L: Laurence Lausier & Edna Sirois-Ouellette, 1925. R: Leon Lausier & Zelia Therrien-Lausier.
Estelle Bouchard, daughter of Jean Bouchard and Alma Corbin, 1926.
The Lavoie-Martin Family
Horse and oxen were widely used in the woods until the 1950s. Men spent half the year farming and half logging.
Grand Isle had a series of piers and anchors to chain the booms to corral logs during the river drive. They were held until the water was high enough.
Spraying the fields at Lavertu Farm in St. David, Maine.
SR. LUCILLE PICARD, 1917 - 2007