The Campfire Orange bandana was designed utilizing the diamond X log mark of James R. Hall who logged the area around Saginaw Michican, and the crossroads log mark. The crossroads mark was registerd in Alpena County Michican in 1882. The registrant, J.K. Lockwood, was successful as a mill owner as well as the owner of timerbland. His initial purchase of land included "the lands round the mouth of the Thunder Bay River." He paid $30 per acre for land. The timber business in the Alpena area reached its peak in 1880. Unlike most lumbermen of the time, Lockwood ran a vertically integrated operation owning both timberland; a mill, (actually three, the first two burned to the ground); and ships that hauled lumber fo the booming city of Cleveland.
Campfire Orange Bandana
This bandana was individually screen printed for a one-of-a-kind piece using 100% double washed cotton. Made in the USA of imported fabric.
22 " x 22"
Machine wash cold. Avoid bleach.