Eatonville Lumber Mill in Action (ca. 1930)

Eatonville Mill (ca. 1930)
Eatonville Mill (ca. 1930)

This picture might not look so hot at first glance, but take a closer look. It’s full of detail. You can see the log coming up the chute from the mill pond. The steam or smoke is pouring from different buildings and stacks. Also, this is the old burner (left).

The mill would burn to the ground in 1932 and be rebuilt.


Photo courtesy of Parnell family.

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