Weyerhaeuser Company Mill at Everett, Washington, ca. 1900


At the turn of the century, Weyerhaeuser became one of the first lumber companies to push into the Pacific Northwest. At the time, it was a bold move. It was not really until the completion of the Panama Canal in 1913 that lumbermen in the Northwest successfully tapped into a Pacific-based market.

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