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Gust Cook and the Bark Wagon

Gust Cook and the Bark Wagon

The man is Gust. Cook.

Sue's father explained about the bark wagon: "The bark in the wagon was from the trees cut in the lumber camps. It was loaded up and sent to the tannin factories. The tannin was removed from the bark and was used to tan leather."

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