Anderson, Peter Bodward "P.B."


ANDERSON, Peter Bodward "P.B.," logger (b 1 June 1866, Ansjo Looro, Sweden; d 10 Dec 1959, Vancouver). As a teenager he moved to Minnesota and logged there until 1889. Then he moved to Bellingham, WA, where he set up a SAWMILL. In 1911 he moved to BC and logged at PENDER HARBOUR, West THURLOW ISLAND, Loughborough Inlet and JERVIS INLET. With his sons Dewey and Clay, he founded the Green Point and Salmon River logging companies, which he operated until 1945. P.B. Anderson was a widely respected...

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