"This giant white pine snuffed out the lives of three men
when it fell across a clearing where they had taken shelter."
Camp debris on ground. Photographers bag on log.
Museum of North Idaho photo.
FS#9760A 1910 FI-1-30



    Coeur d'Alene National Forest Supervisor William G. Weigle in a report on June 24,  1911,  to the regional forester at Missoula,  had these notations about George Cameron:

48. Geo. W. Cameron.
    With Bell's crew on Big Creek. Father lives in Nova Scotia; consulted. Killed by falling tree at Joe Beauchamp's cabin.
        Time
        July  24 - 11 hours
                25 - 17
                26 - 11
                27 -   9
                28 - 15
                29 - 16
                30 - 15
                31 - 13
        Aug.   1 - 16
                  4 - 12
                  5 - 12
                  6 - 12
                  7 - 12
                  8 - 12
                  9 - 12
                10 - 12
                11 - 12
                12 - 12
                13 - 12
                14 - 12
                15 - 12
                16 - 14
                17 - 14
                18 - 14
                19 - 14
                20 - 14
                      337 hours, $84.25 amount due.

            This amount paid to Edwin C. Moore, Box 264, Kellogg, Idaho, who had power of attorney, etc., from father of George W. Cameron, of Waugh's River,   County of Colchester and Province of Nova Scotia. Voucher No. 627.

 

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