Some of you that prowl these articles are looking for ships, that a family member was associated with...a merchantmen...or Navy Sailor that roamed the seas on the many Liberty & Victory ships that criss-crossed the oceans during the war years. Well if you care to donate a tad of your time in reading a little tad of 'history'..of how a lumber company got started....you just may run into an answer to that question you always had of,..."I wonder whatever happened to that ship he was on?"
I don't know about you but I'm always astonished at how the history of one common thing seems to inter-weave into events that had an impact upon the war years...specifically the "nautical" impact that it played.
Now I can't set here and say this article is of a huge interest to the masses, but it is short and sweet and too the point....plus imbedded into the article is several ships names...Liberty & Victory ship names ...that was purchased by the Weyerhaeuser Lumber Co. to move there product from point A to point B. So this is why I think there is value to my time of banging it out on this ole keyboard ....hopefully someone can find just where that "Long lost Ship ended up."
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