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  • Laurel Camp

    WOW!!wow! by hand, yet A giant sequoia log, Sequoia National Park, California, undated, c1910. (via Historic American Engineering Record) edit: according to the gorgeous NatGeoFound -> “Loggers and the giant Mark Twain redwood cut down in California, 1892. Photograph by N.E. Beckwith”

  • Brittany Campbell

    A giant sequoia log, Sequoia National Park, California, undated, c1910. Photography.

  • Rogue Industries

    We've seen some big trees in our days, but never anything like this giant sequoia log, Sequoia National Park, California, c1910.

  • Nicholas Jackson

    California History - Tulare County - Kings Canyon National Park - Mark Twain Tree - 1892

  • Kristin Mariah

    "A giant sequoia log, Sequoia National Park, California, undated, c1910." Now that is what I call serious wood!

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