The Museum has on display an extensive collection of logging tools. This virtual logging exhibit is enhanced with photos from the archives showing Boundary County logging activities, camps, and saw mills.
One of the commodities transported by the railroads from Boundary County over the years is timber products. In earlier years, logging camps were common. “Huge stands of virgin timber in Boundary County have provided jobs for many men throughout the
“In 1918, the A. C. White Lumber Co. established Camp 3, a large and very modern logging camp at a junction in their Camp 9 railroad. The location was the Cliff O’Malley place, across Highway 95 from the present H.