?> They Sawed Up a Storm Books & Maps - The Mountain Wanderer My Cart Customer Login Contact Us Home Buy Online Search Paths & Peaks Retail Store Blog About Us Search our Store New Hampshire History Maps & Accessories SPECIALS! Browse by Activity Biking Climbing Fishing Hiking Nature/Birding Paddling Traveling Winter Sports Browse by Destination New England New Hampshire Maine Vermont Massachusetts, Connecticut & Rhode Island New York Appalachian Trail Sign up for ourNewsletter Home » New Hampshire History They Sawed Up a Storm They Sawed Up a Storm, by Sarah Shea Smith, 2010. This book tells the story of a sawmill that was set up by the U.S. Forest Service at Turkey Pond in Concord, NH in 1942, for the purpose of salvaging timber downed by the great 1938 hurricane. The unqiue aspect of this sawmill was that it was operated by a determined group of women who rivalled the iconic "Rosie the Riveter" for their strength, skill, and determination. It includes reminiscences from some of the workers and is iIllustrated with many remarkable photos. The book also devotes chapters to the 1938 hurricane and the subsequent timber salvage operations. 80 pp, 6" x 9." Price: $15.00 « Previous | Next » Buy Online Search Paths & Peaks Retail Store Blog Contact Us Links Shopping Cart Customer Login Privacy Customer Service Designed and maintained by Windhill Design.