Interview with John Setterland for the Grand Canyon Railroad Oral History Project [constructed title] April 2 1984 1984 April 2
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Setterland worked as a locomotive engineer for the Saginaw and Manistee Lumber Compnay from 1927-1940. He describes the logging camps where the employees were accommodated (he lived alone at that time) and the engines (Baldwin and Shea engines) that they used to transport the lumber. He also mentions prohibition and ethic makeup of many of the lumberjacks (i.e. they were mostly Swedes and Mexicans).