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Category:Georgia-Pacific (Eureka, California)

English: The Georgia-Pacific Corporation purchased the Samoa sawmill complex in 1956 and began operation of a plywood mill in 1958. A modern sawmill replaced the original sawmill facilities in 1964. A pulp mill began operation in 1965. The Samoa mill complex was transferred to Louisiana-Pacific Corporation during a Federal Trade Commission action initiated in 1972. The last old-growth timber was milled in 1980, and the area was put for sale in 2001. Since then it has operated under different names by different companies: Louisiana Pacific, Samoa Pacific Cellulose, Stockton Pacific, Simpson Timber Co. Samoa Planning Mill, Evergreen Pulp and now Freshwater Tissue Company which shuttered the plant 2010. It was sold to Humboldt County, California in 2013.

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