Clinton During The Lumber Years Book
The museum published a book in 2018 that takes a brief look at all of the key points in Clinton's lumber story. Combining authentic 19th century recipes with history essays from staff, this is meant to be a general reader. The book is around 100 pages long with pictures, essays, and recipes. The book is $20 with $5 shipping and handling to send the book anywhere in America.
The Sawmill Museum Blog
For a close look at the history of the American Lumber saga, follow our blog. The blog is updated to provide insights on Clinton's role in the American lumber saga and fun anecdotes of lumber!
Below you will find a slideshow of must read books on the American lumber industry and Clinton's history.
Click the link above or go to http://sawmillelevateiowa.weebly.com/ to discover the the history and the future of the three main jobs that comprises the lumber industry: lumberjacks, sawyers, and millworks.
Meet Clinton's Lumber Barons
Introduction to Clinton's Sawmill History
The Struve Mill consists of thirteen restored woodworking machines. The machines were used by Leslie Struve in his mill in Hauntown, Iowa. Below is one of his pieces, the production rip saw.
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