History of the Big White Pine

Photographed May 31, 2015
Erected 1985
Curtiss, Clark County, Wisconsin
44.956493,-90.43267

HISTORY OF
THE BIG WHITE PINE
This tree was a landmark near the Iron-Ashland Co. line northeast of Glidden, Wis. The first section of 20 ft. is in Glidden. Les got the next cut of 12 ft.
The tree measured 6 ft. on the stump. The tree was 144 ft. high. The first limb was 65 ft. up. The age of the tree is over 400 years.
This tree was located in the area where the Les Bowen family and friends have hunted since 1939.
December 1985

The marker is locatedon the grounds of Curtiss Boomtown Sno-Chasers, at the east end of West Green Street, east of its intersection with North Meridian Street / County Highway E, at 201 West Green Street, Curtiss, Wisconsin 54422.

Curtiss Boomtown Sno-Chasers






The maker is on the grounds of Boomtown Snow-Chasers in Curtiss, Wisconsin.

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