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Knabb Family Turpentine

Knabb Turpentine was once the largest turpentine operation of its kind in the United States.

At one time the Knabb family worked 50,000 acres of slash pine, planting an average of one half million seedlings per season.

The display, which explains the phases of turpentine production, was constructed by Knabb offspring to honor their family's contribution to Baker County's growth and development.