River steamboat "Okahumkee" during a stop along the St. Johns River - Palatka, Florida
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Bogalusa Story (with all photos) by C. W. Goodyear - Copyright, 1950.
Bogalusa Story by C. W. Goodyear, founding of Bogalusa, Washington Parish, Louisiana by the GOODYEARs who erected a sawmill on the Bogue Lusa Creek in 1906; Parents of Bogalusa: the SULLIVANs; Great Southern Lumber Company
Longleaf pine standing tall
The distance between individual longleaf pines in the forest allows the sun to nourish a biologically rich understory. Research indicates longleaf pine trees are the southern pine best suited for a changing climate with more intense storms, longer droughts, and increased risk of beetle infestation. Credit: Randy Browning/USFWS