Reminiscences of John D. Coffman : oral history, 1973.


Coffman, John D., 1882-1973. Reminiscences of John D. Coffman : oral history, 1973.

Reminiscences of John D. Coffman : oral history, 1973.

Education at Cornell, Yale, and the Pinchot Estate; United States Forest Service 1909, working in northern California; fire control expert, National Park Service, 1928; Civilian Conservation Corps work, 1933; protection and fire suppression techniques; United States Forest Service and National Park Service relations; type-mapping. The manuscript includes several accounts written by him.

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