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Forest History Today Magazine


Fall 1999 Issue

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Fall 1999 FHT


Contents Fall 1999


[ i ] Message From the President: "The Passion of History" [PDF]
   
Features
2 "Still Growing After 100 Years: Weyerhaeuser Company Celebrates Its Centennial" by Marion Snyder [PDF]
   
9 "Extending the Resource: 90 Years of Progress at the Forest Products Laboratory" by John I. Zerbe and Phyllis A. D. Green [PDF]
   
15 "Grazing Arizona: Public Land Management in the Southwest" by Char Miller [PDF]
   
20 "Openings in the Forest: The Andrews Story" by Sally Duncan [PDF]
   
29 "Herman Von Schrenk: The Beginnings of Forest Pathology in the U.S." by Paul D. Peterson and Clay S. Griffith [PDF]
   
35 "Reading the Landscape: Aldo Leopold and Wildlife Ecology 118" by Curt Meine [PDF]
   
Stories in History
43 "Canada in Fish, Game, and Forestry" by Walter P. Stevens [PDF]
   
44 "The Poet of the Woods" [PDF]
   
Departments
47 History on the Road: National Forest Service Museum, Missoula, Montana [PDF]
   
48 Books of Interest [PDF]
   
50 Awards and Fellowships [PDF]
   
52

In Memoriam [PDF]

   
Annual Report
55 From the Chairman [PDF]
   
56 Treasurer's Report: Statement of Financial Position [PDF]
   
57 Contributions and Project Sponsors [PDF]
   
59 Gifts to the Forest History Society Library 1998/99 [PDF]
   
62 Forest History Society Publications [PDF]
   


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