A brief history of forestry in the National Park Service : ms., 1952 Mar.

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McIntyre, Robert N. A brief history of forestry in the National Park Service : ms., 1952 Mar.

A brief history of forestry in the National Park Service : ms., 1952 Mar.

Includes information on requirements for park rangers; functions of rangers, foresters and naturalists; number of foresters in the Park Service; forestry policy; activities of John D. Coffman as fire control expert for the service; control of tree diseases; organization of the Branch of Forestry.

[1], 50, [8] leaves. 27 cm.

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