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The Sierra Nevada Logging Museum is located in Sierras, within the community of White Pines. It is a 7-acre site that used to be occupied by the historic camp of the logging and mill workers from the Blagen Lumber Company.

It features outdoor exhibits that widen the knowledge of people when it comes to the logging history and lumbering industry, including its development in the Sierra Nevada region starting from the mid-18th century, the time before gold was discovered. It serves the public as a resource center enabling the future generations to gain access and look back to the history of the community they live in. It illustrates the economic, social, cultural, and environmental effects of the industry to the community?s development in the area.

The Museum features a new and exciting addition in the form of the post-World War II era truck, which was used in the Yosemite and Pinecrest area. It also offers various activities and programs to provide an engaging venue for visitors. The Museum Store also provides a variety of items and souvenirs.
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