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Artifact at an abandoned logging camp in Walker Ravine in Franconia Notch of the New Hampshire White Mountains during the spring months. More than likely this camp was part of the Johnson Lumber Company (Gordon Pond Railroad), and this is probably a tobacco tin. Prince Albert Tobacco was big among woodsmen in the area. The removal of historic artifacts from federal lands without a permit is a violation of federal law.
Title: Walker Ravine - Franconia Notch, New Hampshire

Description: Artifact at an abandoned logging camp in Walker Ravine in Franconia Notch of the New Hampshire White Mountains during the spring months. More than likely this camp was part of the Johnson Lumber Company (Gordon Pond Railroad), and this is probably a tobacco tin. Prince Albert Tobacco was big among woodsmen in the area. The removal of historic artifacts from federal lands without a permit is a violation of federal law.

Location: Franconia Notch, New Hampshire, United States

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