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CLOSE THIS BOOKWood Harvesting with Hand Tools - An Illustrated Training Manual (ILO, 1989, 128 p.)
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BASIC WORK AND MAINTENANCE TOOLS
AXES
BOW SAWS
CROSS-CUT SAWS
THE WORKER
TREE FELLING
RELEASING LODGED TREES
DEBRANCHING AND DEBARKING
CROSS-CUTTING
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WOOD HANDLING AND TRANSPORT
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ISBN 92-2-106217-1

First published 1987

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