Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Library
The Forest History Society's Library Program, named in honor of FHS Fellow Carl Augustus Weyerhaeuser (1901-1996), is the Society's central activity, enhancing the operation of other core programs in research, publication, and educational outreach. Our library collections contain a treasure trove of information on your priceless forest heritage. Rich resources and skilled staff make our Library Program unique in the fields of forest, conservation, and environmental history.
The Library serves everyone interested in the history of relationships among forests, natural resources, and people. Publishers, editors, journalists, and authors are frequent patrons, as are faculty and students from universities across the nation and around the world.
Need more help? Ask the FHS Library and Archives staff.