A national plan for American forestry.

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StatementLetter from the secretary of agriculture transmitting in response to S. Res. 175 (Seventy-second Congress) the report of the Forest service of the Agricultural department on the forest problem of the United States
Series73d Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 12
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