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Topic - Potlatch Lumber Co.
The small community of Potlatch, Idaho, in the forested, western foothills of the Rocky Mountains, was created as a company town to house workers for the nation's largest white pine sawmill, and its tidy homes and straight, tree-lined streets are a testament to its planners.