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Forest History Today Magazine

Spring/Fall 2010

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Contents Spring/Fall 2010


[ i ] "Message from the President: 'A Vision to See the Treasured Past'"
   
2
"Editor's Note" by James G. Lewis
   
 Features
4
"Warrior of Science: Raphael Zon and the Origins of Forest Experiment Stations" by Jeremy Cameron Young
   
13
"The Seeley Lake Larch: Living Link to Indian and Frontier History" by Stephen F. Arno
   
20 "The 3760: An African-American CCC Company" by Sarah M. Zaragoza
   
27 "CSI: Madison--Wooden Witness" by Amanda Ross
   
32 "Not All Abandoned Pastures Become Forest" by Michael Kudish
   
37 "A History of Persistence--and Decline--for a Southern Hemisphere Conifer, Fitzroya Cupressoides" by Claire Williams
   
42 "William 'Bud' Moore: An Appreciation" by James G. Lewis
   
 Photo Essay
44 "Industrial Art: The Photos of Kenneth S. Brown" by James G. Lewis
   
 Departments
55 "Biographical Portrait: Estella Bergere Leopold (1927-)" by Susan Flader
   
58 "History on the Road: Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site" by Thomas J. Straka and Wayne C. Ramer
   
63 Books and Films of Interest
   
69 Mark Your Calendar
   
 Annual Report
70 From the Chairman
   
71 Treasurer's Report
   
72 Contributions and Project Sponsors
   

74 Gifts to the Forest History Society Library
   
78 Awards and Fellowships
   
80 Publications of the Forest History Society
   

82 Back Cover