National Forests in Indiana 1977-1981


National Forests in Indiana, 1977-1981

National Forests in Indiana 1977-1981

Interviewees discuss the history of forestry in Indiana. Acquisition of land, harvesting, and forest land management are discussed. Many of the interviewees worked in the Hoosier-Wayne National Forest, and they describe the history and growth of that forest.

4 interviews; Audiotapes, transcripts, and collateral materials


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