Check this out ,seen it before but thought some of you may not have ===== This area is famous for it lumber camps and lumbermen who worked the resources. The following is an excerpt from the Virtual Museum dedicated to the Lumber Industry of the Nepisiguit River. "It was on the "44″, north of Three-Corner Lake, that the famed Lazare Roussel had a logging camp in 1920-21. Originally from Tracadie, NB, he came to work for the Bathurst Lumber Co. as a teenager and soon became a camp foreman. During the spring log drives on the Nepisiguit River watershed, he rendered a number of emergency rescues to men caught in log jams. During the influenza epidemic in the early 1900s, he dared to run the river by canoe to transport sick, dying or dead men to Bathurst, NB. Lazare Roussel was known as a legendary woodsman, a great hunter and expert canoe man. It was on October 10, 1917 that he shot a record moose in the Upper Nepisiguit River area. The spread of the antlers was an impressive 183 cm (72 inches). The set of antlers was purchased by Angus L. McLean and hung in his California Lake Camp. Lawrence Chamberlain who catered to the California Lake Camps over a period of 30 years remembers the large set of antlers in the Lodge but it is unknown where the set of antlers are presently. The California Camps no longer exist. In mid 1920s, Roussel became Chief of Police for Bathurst and was known for his ability to keep the peace as well as being an outstanding detective."