Best to look at archives like on archive.org or MCarchive.net https://mcarchive.net/mods/or archive communities (Discords like Modification Station, I have access to their Discord but I don't have the ability to invite sadly) like of mods from back then, they aren't easy to find that much these days when the mods/websites are over 8-9 years old.
Even 1.7.10 and before are getting hard to find (only 5 years ago now) and I have to look through archives as Curseforge has only so much (the MCForums has pages that don't exist anymore due to hosting companies changing) and mod devs have left modding or moved to new versions and old files get left behind. And when devs move on websites disappear and things become lost, so what was once hosted on a website easily to find aren't available normally, only through archives or communities that care about this stuff.
Otherwise I did a bit of searching and the closest I found was a thread with a few of the mods (https://web.archive.org/web/20170929140233/https://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding-java-edition/minecraft-mods/1272766-scokeev9s-mods-13-mods-regenores-and-machetes-for but the Premium Wood link doesn't work sadly) but I don't know if I can find any other archives of it. It's best to go with the 1.12.2 port and have a few nostaglia mods like Beta Days and so on added to give you enough of that old feel of Minecraft as old versions aren't easy to find normally, and if the Alpha/Beta archivers don't have it, it's either yet to surface or it's gone.
After a second search there is this modpack from 2011 with Premium Wood inside I hope as it is mentioned: https://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding-java-edition/minecraft-mods/mods-discussion/1350693-mod-pack-minecraft-ultimate-1-0-0-build-1, while the Dropbox link is dead the Mediafire you can still download it from http://www.mediafire.com/file/j47leu88bx21qhq/MCU_1.0.0_Build_1.zip/file. Thing is you'd need to work out how to install modpacks from back then. I'd recommend MultiMC launcher the new/old Mojang launcher isn't the best with mods for old versions while MultiMC there is more ways to get old versions and mods working if you know how. I'd recommend checking out ScottoMotto's videos on installing modpacks for old versions. I myself never used mods until 1.4.5 and I even with trying to understand it had no clue what to do with META-INF and so on.
Otherwise though, good luck getting it installed if you want to go the extra mile with getting an old version working but I'd say go with mods that give the old feel in new versions as it's much easier to setup.