lumberjack

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lumberjack

(esp in North America) a person whose work involves felling trees, transporting the timber, etc.
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Steve Firko is senior vice president, field operations at Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Company.
Lucy began his career as a lumberman in the 1930s, economic trends that had begun in the 1920s and that had accelerated throughout the 1950s were rapidly changing the business of lumbermen across the American South.
By the late 1800s, lumbermen, settlers and miners began to pass through to take up homesteads, search for gold and to access the abundant timber resources.
The most serious allergic reaction to mold is hypersensitivity pneumonitis, which occurs mainly in occupational settings, often among workers in grain operations, certain farming activities, on mushroom farms, and in the timber industry where some lumbermen can be exposed to up to 100 million mold spores in their faces as they fell trees.
Farmers and lumbermen settled this valley in the 1870s and '80s, and today the town still feels a world away from sprawling suburbia.
Drayton Valley, Alberta, Canada Early settlers in the Drayton Valley area made their living either as lumbermen or trappers, but as no road connection existed with Edmonton trade was limited - the North Saskatchewan River was the only contact with the outside world.
Mendocino was settled by New England lumbermen in the 1850s.
Many Indians sold their lands soon after receiving their patents to land speculators and lumbermen.
Five such machines were built and sold from 1901 to 1904, and they caused much excitement among New England lumbermen.
Originally, only men with real outdoor experience, such as lumbermen, wilderness guides and big game hunters, were enlisted, or men who had excelled in sports.
This month in July 1940 Swedish Panorama by Maxwell Fraser In Sweden, a high standard of living is universal, except among small farmers and lumbermen.