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Sprayer

Sprayer

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This is a "Spramotor Jr." and it is a horse powered potato sprayer. It is a galvanized metal bucket with handles and a clip on lid and has various bits and protrusions extending out the top.

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013.21.26

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Boat Motor

Boat Motor

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This is an opposed Evinrude twin motor that was used to power the long boat from 29 Mile to Lillooet Lake head. It has been mounted on a stand with wheels to make transportation easier. It was in use from approximately 1930 until mid 1950's. Before the power line to Harrison Lake was built, this was the only access. The boat hauled people and supplies up and down the lake. Sonny Taylor drove this boat. The motor was rescued by Jim Decker. The longboat was last seen in the 80's when it was buried in the Ure Creek debris torrent. Jim Decker gave it to George Henry who stored it before donating it to the Museum.

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Accession #:

014.07.01

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Chainsaw motor with auger attachment

Chainsaw motor with auger attachment

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A McCulloch chainsaw with auger attachment. The makers mark states "McCulloch super 797 McCulloch Corporation - Los Angeles, California Patent No. 3 269 713" and this tool was used to drill holes in bridge timbers. It was used locally to build logging bridges.

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Accession #:

014.21.01

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Motorola walkie-talkie

Motorola walkie-talkie

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Motorola "Handie - Talkie" FM radio phone that was used by Valleau logging in the 1980s- 1990s. Orange label affixed reads "166.14/2100' also "do not adjust controls". Item is a rectangular in shape with an on/off icon + two turning knobs marked "A"+"S". The bottom compartment snaps off and would have held the battery. Two wires extend from the bottom. There are two radio jacks and one antenna and wires. This type of unit greatly improved communication between the yarder operator and the men on the ground, improving safety and productivity at work. See accession # 014.26.01 for history.

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Accession #:

014.26.16abcd

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