2 edition of Julius Neils and the J. Neils Lumber Company. found in the catalog.
Julius Neils and the J. Neils Lumber Company.
|LC Classifications||HD9759.N43 N4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||70031930|
Creator J. Neils Lumber Company Title J. Neils Lumber Company Records Dates (inclusive) Quantity linear feet, (5 boxes) Collection Number Mss Summary The J. Neils Lumber Company operated in Minnesota and northwestern Montana. The collection contains annual financial reports for the J. Neils Lumber Company and its subsidiary, the. On Tuesday, the Illinois Railway Museum fired up J. Neils Lumber Co. three-truck Shay No. 5 for the first time in 19 years. No. 5 was built in and hauled logs out of the woods near Libby, Mont. Amazingly, the Shay in Union, Ill. isn’t the only J. Neils Lumber veteran that .
J. Neils Lumber Company #5 built in by the Lima Locomotive Works. Located at Illinois Railway Museum. J. Neils Lumber Company. J. Neils Lumber Company; Detailed View; Core Data; History. BiogHist; Exist Dates; Places; General Contexts; Structure or Genealogies.
Tragically, Harmon and his daughter Helen died in of “septic sore throat” from tainted milk delivered in the neighborhood. His widow, Elizabeth, sold the next year to Julius Neils of the important J. Neils Lumber Company. Neils died just 10 years later, but his daughter Anna stayed here until her death in at the age of J. Neils Memorial Park was named in honour of entrepreneur and lumber king Julius Neils, born in Pomerania, Germany. Neils came to Montana in the early twentieth century, buying the Dawson Lumber Company, with mills in Libby, in , as well as about ten thousand acres of timberlands in surrounding areas.
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Find items in libraries near you. In the Sauk Rapids mill was sold to the Crookston Lumber Company and the J. Neils Lumber Company bought the Dawson Lumber Company in Libby, Montana. In the principal Montana office was moved to Kalispell, Montana and the assets of the company were divided, with the portions of the Libby Lumber Company sold to Thomas L.
Shevlin, son of Thomas H. Shevlin. In the Sauk Rapids mill was sold to the Crookston Lumber Company and the J. Neils Lumber Company bought the Dawson Lumber Company in Libby, Montana. In the principal Montana office was moved to Kalispell, Montana and the assets of the company were divided, with the portions of the Libby Lumber Company sold to Thomas L.
Shevlin, son of Thomas H. Shevlin. Julius Neils and the J. Neils Lumber Company by Paul Neils (Book) J. Neils Lumber Company: Ms 58 by J.
Neils Lumber Company () Jack Parrish interview by Jack Parrish. In Januarythe J. Neils Lumber Company purchased Libby’s mill and lands, which included McMillan Draw. Camp 7 was apparently set up to harvest stands of ponderosa pine, Douglas fir, and western larch in the area.
Neils Lumber Company Ms 58 Background History The J. Neils Lumber Company was incorporated in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota on Ma by Julius Neils and Thomas Shevlin. The company expanded in with the purchase of a second mill located at Cass Lake, Minnesota. Inthe company repurchased the Libby Lumber Company in Libby, Montana.
The St. Regis Paper Company is arranging to acquire under its expansion program the J. Neils Lumber Company, a large, private operation in the Northwest.
Mindful of the fact that timber was a finite resource, Julius Neils also selectively logged his Minnesota lands years before David Mason began beating his sustained yield drums. Neils’ western expansion began in He and Shevlin bought the Dawson Lumber Company at Libby.
The deal inclu acres of timberland. timber, Julius Neils started looking west. Inwith Shevlin still a partner, he bought his first timberlands in Montana and four years later the Dawson sawmill at Libby. InMr. Shevlin died and Tom Shevlin, Jr.
became president of the J. Neils Lumber Company. Julius and Tom, Jr. had some differences of opinion and decided to divide assets. The J. Neils Lumber Company was incorporated in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota on Ma by Julius Neils and Thomas Shevlin.
The company expanded in with the purchase of a second mill File Size: 32KB. In Julius Neils started a new mill at Cass Lake, Minnesota.
In those years the universal forestry practice was clearcutting, and so as the timber availability was being exhausted near Cass Lake, Julius Neils went looking westward for viable timberland. Inthe J. Neils Lumber Company began acquiring timberlands in Flathead County, Montana.
Julius’s strategy was to buy even numbered sections held largely by Anaconda Copper Mining. In she married Arthur (Art) Neils of Portland, Oregon, who was employed at the J. Neils Lumber Company, owned by his grandfather, Julius Neils. They built a home on California Avenue where. Buy Julius Neils and the J.
Neils Lumber Company by Paul Neils (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paul Neils. Henry Julius Neils was born at Sauk Rapids, Minnesota on Apthe son of Julius Ferdinand Bernhard Neils () and Mary Catherine Geiger ().
The family moved to Cass Lake, Minnesota inwhere his father started the J. Neils Lumber Company. The J. Neils Lumber Company grew and the town prospered as well, with as many as 1, people employed in Libby in the early s.
Lumber company railroad tracks were built and brought the logs to the mill. The original tracks ran from the lumber mill south. Julius Neils 1. The J. Neils Lumber Company was incorporated on Main Sauk Rapids, Minn., with a capital investment of $30, 2.
John Welm and William Strommel, both of St. Cloud, were hurt. Welm’s horse became frightened and ran away. He was thrown out of the buggy and sustained a double fracture of the leg and a broken : On This Date in Minnesota History. Gruber's was a story of a town that grew up around a family-owned lumber mill where long-term timber management was both practiced and preached.
But Libby’s downward spiral had been deepening years before the truth about the mine came out. The J. Neils Lumber Co. merged with the St. Regis Paper Co. inand then sold to a. The J. Neils Lumber Company was incorporated in at Sauk Rapids, Minnesota. After several years of successful operation and expansion on Sauk Rapids and Cass Lake, Minnesota, the company purchased timberlands in Flathead and Lincoln counties, Montana, in Russian-born Alfons, who had served in the imperial guard of Czar Nicholas, was the cashier and eventually became president of the First National Bank of Kalispell.
Martha, a daughter of Julius and Mary Neils of the J. Neils Lumber Company in Libby, worked hard to keep the home after her husband's death in Author: Nancy Chalmers.
In this partnership was dissolved, and with Shevlin backing, Neils organized the J. Neils Lumber Company. At that time, the firm moved to Cass Lake, Minnesota. In Neils and Shevlin began purchasing timber in the Western States and in purchased the Dawson Lumber Company of Libby, Montana.