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Building and walls constructed entirely of cross-cut redwood log sections.

Famous "One Log" House cut from Redwood tree over 2100 years old. Art Schmock and a helper needed 8 months of hard labor to hollow out the log into a room 7 ft. high and 32 ft. long, weighing about 42 tons.

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Scene of a Yurok Village in Wahsekw, depicting the traditional redwood-plank styled houses.

Yurok sweathouse.jpg
Interior view of a Yurok sweathouse, which shows the round exit and its cover, as well as the pillow carved from redwood on the floor to the left, rectangular with a shallow curve, it was used to lay down below the level of smoke from the center…

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Child dressed up at the doorway of the Brooks' House, the old Yurok Native Family House in Requa.

An image displaying two views of Humboldt County. The first view is showing Trinidad Head of the Pacific Ocean shore from the Redwood Highway. The second view is showing Richardson Grove State Park.

Redwood Log showing smaller tree encased by larger tree

Turn of the century logging photograph with cross-cut saw.

An image of a logging crew on piles of downed redwood logs

Cookhouse workers from Falk's camp pose outside for a photograph.
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