The most abundant natural resource in the early days of Norfolk was lumber. On Big Creek alone there were soon thirty-four lumbering companies. In the 1840's they would ship millions of dollars worth of pine and oak to companies around the world.

Meanwhile, the West and Peachy Company were working on a way to capitalize on the lumber industry of Northern Ontario.

Visit the Norfolk Historical Society for more. Some footage curtesy Nestor Rosa.

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