LUMBERJACKS USING A CHOCKER TO PULL A LOG ONTO A SKID ROAD [title supplied]. Dry-plate photograph. N.p., n.d. [Circa 1890-1900.]. 10.5x16 cm (4 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches); on gray card mount. "Astoria, Oregon" in pencil on the verso. Lumberjacks using a team of oxen to pull a large log onto a skid road. At the turn of the twentieth century oxen (sometimes horses or mules) or steam donkeys were the primary ways to bring logs out of the woods. Edges lightly rubbed. A fine image. (#167125).