Note: In 1905, many farmers had to spend part of the winter working in a logging camp in order to provide for their families. According to the following extract, what were the living conditions in logging camps?

Extract:
“After having visited and studied some of the work sites on the North Shore, we can only state that at least 80% of the camps in the area that interests us are extremely dirty, with little or no ventilation and floors covered in a thick layer of grime. This is where each winter that monster known as tuberculosis will rear its ugly head.”

Source of extract: Free translation of L.-P. Côté, L’Esclavage au royaume du Saguenay : dépouillés, exploités, esclaves dans notre propre province : un monument à la honte du régime. s.n., 1926. Document qui se retrouve sur le site Les classiques des sciences sociales, http://classiques.uqac.ca/collection_histoire_SLSJ/cote_lp/cote_lp.html

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