Exhibit by Bob Leathers
The Hanna Sawmill was owned and operated by R. R. Crow and Company. It was located south of town near the No. 6 mine. The mill used the same railroad tracks as the Union Pacific Coal Company did to move their coal. The company had sawmills in Hanna, Saratoga and Encampment. Most of Hanna's logs came from south of Hanna, above the town of Elk Mountain.