timber (noun): Trees in a forest regarded as a source of wood.
double-bitted axe (noun): An axe that had two sharp edges for chopping.
cant hook (noun): Tool used to grip and roll logs.
rollways (noun): A path where logs were rolled into the river.
feat (noun): A relatively rare or difficult accomplishment.
tap (verb): To deplete.
landing (noun): A place on a shoreline where a boat lands.
outlet (noun): A river that runs out of a lake.
sluiceways (noun): A man-made channel designed to redirect excess water.
drive (noun): An act of moving logs forward to be captured.