The Intaglio, Inc. The National Forests of the Northern Region: Living Legacy Research Collection, 1897-1990  PDF  XML

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Intaglio, Inc.
Title
The Intaglio, Inc. The National Forests of the Northern Region: Living Legacy Research Collection
Dates
1897-1990 (inclusive)
Quantity
6.0 linear feet
Collection Number
Mss 618
Summary
This collection contains research materials used and compiled by Intaglio, Inc. during the research and writing of the U.S. Forest Service publication The National Forests of the Northern Region: Living Legacy.
Repository
University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
University of Montana
32 Campus Dr. #9936
59812-9936
Missoula, MT
Telephone: 406-243-2053
Fax: 406-243-4067
library.archives@umontana.edu
Access Restrictions

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of Archives and Special Collections, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, and The University of Montana--Missoula.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Intaglio, Inc. is a historical research and publishing company founded by Henry C. Dethloff in 1983. Dethloff and his associates have written and published a variety of books on American history, astronomy and science. The National Forests of the Northern Region authors were Robert D. Baker, Larry Burt, Robert S. Maxwell, Victor H. Treat and Henry C. Dethloff. They completed the forests history under a USDA Forest History Unit contract in 1989.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection contains research materials used and compiled by Intaglio, Inc. during the research and writing of A Living Legend: The National Forests of the Northern Region, 1908-1988 which was published by the U. S. Forest Service as The National Forests of the Northern Region: Living Legacy. These materials include United States Forest Service Publications, newspaper clippings, interview transcripts, correspondence between various Forest Service employees, pamphlets and guides, manuscript drafts, manuscript critiques and reviews, as well as hand written research notes.Although this book was the work of five different individuals, this collection contains the research gathered by Henry C. Dethloff, the founder and head of Intaglio, Inc.

This collection has been divided into five series. Series I, Histories and Interviews, includes histories written by Forest Service employees concerning specific aspects of Region One, oral history transcripts of interviews with former Forest Service employees, biographies of former Forest Service employees and self-interview forms filled out by retired Forest Service staff.

Series II contains research materials, divided by chapter during the processing, including reports and memorandum from Forest Service employees and staff members, publications and speeches about or concerning Region One activities, instruction manuals for employees, recreation and wildlife pamphlets published by the Forest Service, correspondence relating to the Forest Service activities in Region One, Forest Service press releases, newspaper articles concerning Region One, and reports made by The University of Montana concerning the impact of the Forest Service on the environment.

Series III contains a variety of materials from the researcher Bill Sharp concerning the history of the Civilian Conservation Corp in Region One. These materials include Sharp’s notes on newspaper articles relating to the C.C.C., newsletters, casualty lists and copies of photographs and newspaper articles.

Series IV contains drafts of the manuscript, critiques of the work by former Forest Service Employees and correspondence concerning the research and editing of the manuscript

Series V contains further research materials not directly related to specific chapters in the book, including guides to National Forests, magazines and journals, reforestation summaries, and job descriptions.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes. Copyright status unknown.

Preferred Citation

[Name of document or photograph number], The Intaglio, Inc. The National Forests of the Northern Region: Living Legacy Research Collection , Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, The University of Montana--Missoula.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

The collection is divided into five series:

Series I: Histories and Interviews, 1.0 linear foot, 1904-1990

Subseries 1: Specific Histories, 0.5 linear feet, 1909-1987

Subseries 2: Oral History and Interview Transcripts, 0.25 linear feet, 1968-1990

Subseries 3: Biographical Information and Self-Interviews of Former Forest Service Employees, .025 linear feet, 1987-1989

Series II: Research Materials, 4.25 linear feet, 1904-1989

Subseries 1: Settlement and Development, 0.25 linear feet, 1904-1983

Subseries 2: Early Resource Management, Change and Progress, 0.5 linear feet, 1907- 1980

Subseries 3: Depression Era Protection and Management, 0.75 linear feet, 1930-1940

Subseries 4: The World War II Experience, 0.25 linear feet, 1941-1988

Subseries 5: Challenges of the Post-War Years, 0.75 linear feet, 1945-1965

Subseries 6: Recreation, 0.25 linear feet, 1916-1989

Subseries 7: Roads, Trails, Ranger Stations, Lookouts, Support Structures, and Special Land Use, 0.25 linear feet, 1951-1965

Subseries 8: The Bitterroot Controversy and the Environmental Movement, 0.25 linear feet, 1970-1983

Subseries 9: Mandated Forest Management, 0.25 linear feet, 1969-1980

Subseries 10: Social and Economic Influence, Working with Others, 0.5 linear feet, 1960- 1989

Subseries 11: Modern Management, 0.25 linear feet, 1984-1989

Series III: Civilian Conservation Corps, 0.75 linear feet, 1933-1988

Series IV: Drafts and Reviews, 1.0 linear foot, 1988-1989

Series V: Miscellaneous Research Materials, 0.5 linear feet, c.1940-1988

Custodial History

Materials were held by Henry C. Dethloff until he donated them to the Archives in 1991.

Acquisition Information

Donation of Henry C. Dethloff, of Intaglio, Inc., 1991.

Processing Note

The original arrangement of the collection was largely maintained. Unorganized segments of research materials were arranged by the processor according to book chapter.

Separated Materials

United States Department of Agriculture publications, government maps of National Forests, and other published materials were separated during processing and all of these items have been placed within the general library collection.

Related Materials

Other documents relating to the Forest Service, Region One can be found in the Harry T. Gisborne Papers, Mss 98, held at the K. Ross Toole Archives at The University of Montana. The Archives also holds a copy of the draft of the Forest Service Publication, entitled A Living Legend: The National Forests of the Northern Region, 1908-1988. The Henry C. Dethloff Papers are held at the Cushing Memorial Library in College Station, Texas. Further research materials relating to the Civilian Conservation Corps can also be found in Mss 591, the Bill Sharp Papers.


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Histories and Interviews, 1904-1990Return to Top

1.0 linear foot
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Specific Histories
0.5 linear feet
1909-1987
Box/Folder
1/1
Names of National Forests with their origin, definition, or derivation
1909-1957
1/2
Savenac Nursery History
1967
1/3
A Study of Place Names in Montana
1969
1/4
A History of the Salmon River Breaks Primitive Area by O. Frank Schumaker
1970
1/5
Pioneer Days in Idaho County, Volume II
1971
1/6
Nez Perce National Forest Histories
1973-1978
1/7
History of the Kootenai National Forest
1976
1/8
Four Girls on a Homestead by Carol Ryrie Brink
1977
1/9
Place Names
1979
1/10
Thirty-two Years in the Mule Business by Jane Reed Bensonca
1980
1/11
History of White Pine Blister Rust Control—a Personal Account by Warren V. Benedict
1981
1/12
Custer National Forest, Lands: A Brief History
1982
1/13
Communications in the National Forests of the Northern Region: A History of Telephone and Radio
1984
1/14
"A History of the Palouse Ranger District"
1984
1/15
Opening for Opportunity and Consistency, Chapter 4, from Michael Frome’s The Forest Service
1984
1/16
Major Fenn’s Country: a History of the lower Lochsa, the lower Selway, the upper Middle-fork of the Clearwater, and surrounding lands
1986
1/17
History of Forest Service Research
1987
1/18
"The Origins of the Robertson Electric Cooperative" by David Mitchell
undated
Subseries 2: Oral History and Interview Transcripts
0.25 linear feet
1968-1990
Box/Folder
1/19
Recollection of Early Day Grazing Activities, Oral History Transcript
1968
2/1
Idaho Panhandle Oral History
1980
2/2
Eric White’s Oral History
1983
2/3
Ralph Space, Interview Notes
1988
2/4
Gerald William’s Interview with Bill Worf
1990
2/5
Gerald William’s Interview with Bernie Alt
1990
Subseries 3: Biographical Information and Self-Interviews of Former Forest Service Employees
.025 linear feet
1987-1989
Box/Folder
2/6
Biographical Sketches and Information from Retired Forest Service Employees
undated
2/7
Frank Salomonsen Biography and Boulder area Controversy
1987
2/8
Bernard Alt, past work with the Forest Service
1988
2/9
Self-Interviews of Former Forest Service Employees
1988-1989
2/10
Retirees Responses, Miscellaneous Information, including Biographical Sketches and Dethloff’s notes
1988-1989
2/11
Dethloff’s Correspondence with Former Forest Service Workers
1988-1989

Series II:  Research Materials, 1904-1989Return to Top

4.25 linear feet
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: Settlement and Development
0.25 linear feet
1897-1983
Box/Folder
2/12
Region One, National Forest Boundary Changes
1897-1913
2/13
The Proposed Idaho Addition to the Bitterroot Forest Reserve by R.E. Benedict
1904
2/14
Land Reports for the Department of the Interior
ca. 1904
2/15
History of the 1910 Forest Fires in Idaho and Western Montana by Elers Koch
1942
2/16
James W. Girard: Tamarck Grove on Clearwater River Honors Pioneering Timber Cruiser who came to Seeley Lake County in 1908 by Jud Moore
1953
2/17
General Miles: The Red Man’s Conqueror and Champion, General Miles Campaign Against Lame Deer by Charles B. Erlanson
1959
2/18
James W. Girard, Patriarch of National Forest Timber Cruising
1981
2/19
The Early History of the Forest Service in Western Montana by Elers Koch
ca. 1983
3/1
Index to the Early Days in the Forest Service, Volume IV
undated
3/2
Forest Service Topic Reports
undated
Subseries 2: Early Resource Management, Change and Progress
0.5 linear feet
1907-1980
Box/Folder
3/3
Timber Sale Policies and Stumpage Prices
1907-1930
3/4
Timber, Reconnaissance Work
1908-1913
3/5
The Use and Preservation of Forest Products, University of Montana lecture by F.I. Rockwell
1909
3/6
Silvical Reports
1909-1912
3/7
Standard Township Folio for District One
1911
3/8
Timber, Miscellaneous
1911-1912
3/9
Preliminary Plans, Coeur d’Alene National Forest
1913
3/10
Fire, Plans and Reports
1913-1924
3/11
Instructions for Timber Reconnaissance, Guide and Manual
1914-1916
3/12
Appraisal Report, Four Mile Creek (Lolo National Forest)
1915
3/13
Timber Survey Instructions
1921
3/14
Forest Plans
1921-1928
3/15
Flathead National Forest, Miscellaneous Information
1923 and undated
3/16
Timber Survey Instructions
1921-1926
3/17
A Forest Policy for the Northwest
1924
3/18
Review of Co-operative Fire Protection, North Idaho, by R.N. Cunningham
1924
3/19
Montana Range Values by Fred Morrell
1924
3/20
Nezperce Forest Inspection
1925
3/21
Supervision and Training
1926
3/22
Timber Surveys
1926-1930
3/23
Logging on Nine Mile by Bob Hewitt
1980
Subseries 3: Depression Era Protection and Management
0.75 linear feet
1930-1940
Box/Folder
3/24
Forest Types of the Northern Rocky Mountains and their Climatic Controls
1930
3/25
Timber Survey, Allotment Estimates
1931
3/26
Region One Handbook
1935
3/27
Northern Region News, concerning St. Joe Forest Issue
1936
3/28
Beaverhead Inspection
1936
3/29
Inland Empire Mills
1936
4/1
Stumpage Prices Since 1912
1936
4/2
Kootenai Management Plans
1936-1937
4/3
Press Releases
1936-1938
4/4
Helena Assistant Supervisor Job
1937
4/5
Selway-Lochsa Management Plan
1937
4/6
St. Joe River Road
1937
4/7
St. Joe, Memos and Reports
1937-1939
4/8
Regional Forester Memorandums
1937-1939
4/9
Wildlife Policy Statement
1938
4/10
Roadless Areas
1938
4/11
Statues, Regulations and Instructions Under Which Records Were Assembled in Timber Surveys
1939
4/12
Information, Historical Cabinet National Forest
1939
4/13
Coeur d’Alene Inspection
1939
4/14
Fire Reports and Instruction Manuals
1939-1940
4/15
Forest Resources of Montana and Idahoca
1930s
Subseries 4: The World War II Experience
0.25 linear feet
1941-1988
Box/Folder
4/16
Bitterroot National Forest Management Plans
1941
4/17
Forest Survey
1941
4/18
Press Releases
1941-1945
4/19
Wartime Memorandums
1942-1944
4/20
World War II Miscellaneous Materials
1942-1988
4/21
World War II, Forest Service Honor Roll
undated
Subseries 5: Challenges of the Post-War Years
0.75 linear feet
1945-1965
Box/Folder
4/22
Kootenai Management Plans
1945-1947
4/23
Pre-Fire Conditions
1946
4/24
Press Releases
1946-1949
4/25
Fire Control Inspections and Statistics
1947-1952
4/26
Kootenai, Sustained Yield Unit
1948 and undated
5/1
Mann Gulch fire
1949
5/2
Status of Plans for Management of National Forest Timber Summary
1949
5/3
Post-War Years, Miscellaneous
1952-1964
5/4
Deerlodge National Forest, Forest Organization Plan and Description of Duties for Supervisors and Staff
1953
5/5
Press Releases
1953-1954
5/6
Custer National Forest Inspection
1955
5/7
Sky-line Crane Method of Logging
1955
5/8
Kootenai National Forest Inspections
1955-1959
5/9
Range Revegation on the Beaverhead National Forest
ca. 1956
5/10
Guidelines to Timber Phase of the Forest service, 10-year Program
1956
5/11
St. Joe National Forest, Report and Review
1956-1960
5/12
Northern Region National Forests
1957
5/13
National Forest Facts
1957
5/14
Wildlife Functional Inspection
1958
5/15
Timber Sale Programs
1959
5/16
Bitterroot National Forest Inspections
1959
5/17
Clearwater National Forest, Withdrawal Statistics
1959
5/18
Madison-Yellowstone Earthquake of 1959
1959
5/19
Timber Management Plan, Deerlodge National Forest, Deerlodge Working Circle
1960
5/20
Timber Surveys, Sale Policies, Stumpage Prices and Check Scale Summaries
1960-1971
5/21
Deerlodge National Forest, Information
1962
5/22
Silvicultural Accomplishments in Region One
1962-1970
5/23
Timber, North Idaho
1963
5/24
Clearwater, Miscellaneous
1963 and undated
5/25
Division of Timber Management
1964
5/26
Public Domain Additions to the National Forest
1965
Subseries 6: Recreation
0.25 linear feet
1916-1989
Box/Folder
6/1
Recreation and Campground Use Records
1916-1986
6/2
Recreation Study Discussion Sectionca
1937
6/3
Recreation, Clearwater National Forest
1960-1964
6/4
Region One Recreation Seminar
1964
6/5
Remarks Relating to Wilderness and Recreation
1967-1988
6/6
Recreation Memos
1970-1972
6/7
Kootenai National Forest, Multiple Use Plan
1972
6/8
Bitterroot Forest, Multiple Use Plan
1972
6/9
Selway River, Whitewater Management Plan
1976
6/10
Pamphlets and Guides
1978-1989 and undated
6/11
Carrying Capacity of the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness
1979
6/12
Supply of Developed Recreation Facilities, Priest Lake
1981
6/13
Supply and Demand on the Idaho Panhandle National Forests
1981
6/14
Pamphlets and Guides
1984-1989 and undated
6/15
Environmental Assessment concerning Dog Control Measures in the Rattlesnake Recreation Area
1987
6/16
The 1987 Idaho Leisure Travel and Recreation Study
1987
6/17
Pamphlets and Guides
1989 and undated
6/18
Nez Perce Recreation
undated
Subseries 7: Roads, Trails, Ranger Stations, Lookouts, Support Structures, and Special Land Use
0.25 linear feet
, 1951-1965
Box/Folder
6/19
Special Uses and Permits
1951-1965
6/20
Historic Lookout Research Project, Clearwater National Forest
1979
6/21
Forest Service Pack Strings
1985
7/1
Ranger Stations on the Idaho Panhandle National Forests
1986
7/2
Fixed Fire Detection Lookout History on the Clearwater Forest, Idaho
1987
7/3
Cabin and Lookout Pamphlets
1987-1989
7/4
Fish and Wildlife Pamphlets
undated
Subseries 8: The Bitterroot Controversy and the Environmental Movement
0.25 linear feet
1970-1983
Box/Folder
7/5
Bitterroot National Forest Report by the University of Montana (a.k.a. "Bolle Report")
1970
7/6
The U.S.D.A.’s responses to the "Bolle Report," including Senator Lee Metcalf’s responses to the University group’s findings
1970
7/7
Bitterroot Task Force, Correspondence and Report
1970
7/8
Statement of Findings, U.S.D.A. response to the "Bolle Report"
1971
7/9
Program Direction, Fiscal Year 1972
1971
7/10
"Forests for the People: Case Study of the Rare II Decision" by Ray Karr
1983
7/11
Rare I and Rare II Decisions
1987
Subseries 9: : Mandated Forest Management
0.25 linear feet
1966-1980
Box/Folder
7/12
Summary for Fiscal Year 1966, Road and Trail National Forest Development Program
1966
7/13
Planning, Fiscal Year 1967 Program of Work
1966
7/14
Multiple Use Management Guide
1967
7/15
Modern Management in Region One, Annual Report
1969
7/16
Newspaper Articles
1969-1972
7/17
Management Direction for the 1970s, remarks by Neal M. Rahm
1970
7/18
Management, Basic Assumptions for Management Direction
1970
7/19
Management Practices on the Bitterroot National Forest
1970
7/20
Custer National Forest, Basic Assumptions for Management Direction
1970
8/1
Management Objectives and Forest Service Policies
1970-1972
8/2
Timber Management Plan, Beaverhead National Forest
1970-1980
8/3
State of the Forest Service
1971
8/4
Inspection Plan
1971
8/5
Management Direction Seminar Materials
1971
8/6
Forest Service Objectives, Planning and Performance
1971
8/7
Proposed Plans for the Montana Forest Service
1972
8/8
Bitterroot National Forest Plans
1972
8/9
Flathead and Kootenai Organization Evaluations
1972
8/10
Deerlodge National Forest, Deputy Forest Supervisor
1977
8/11
Anaconda-Pintlar Wilderness, a Management Plan
1977
8/12
Flathead National Forest: Social and Economic Assessment
1980
Subseries 10: Social and Economic Influence, Working with Others
0.5 linear feet
1960-1989
Box/Folder
9/1
Fire Reports
1960-1965
9/2
History of Smokejumping
1974
9/3
Northern Region Wildfire Information Series
1988-1989
9/4
Idaho Fish and Game Department
1963
9/5
Peregrine Habitat Surveys
1984
9/6
Coordinating Elk and Timber Management
1985
9/7
Plan for the Application of Regulation G-20A to the Sun River Elk Management Area
undated
9/8
Blue Binder: Cedar Flats and Cottonwood Job Corps
1965-1971
9/9
Congressional Record Relating to the Job Corp
1969
9/10
Job Corp, 25th Anniversary
1989
9/11
Report on the analysis of Public Input on the Draft Proposals for the Salmon Wild and Scenic River
1974
9/12
Forest Service—Public Understanding, A Candid Evaluation
1968
9/13
Program for Public Involvement: a Synopsis by Ray Karr
1982
9/14
How the Forest Service Views the Wilderness Issue
1984
9/15
Archeological Resources: A Region One Forest Service Guide
1975
9/16
Archeological Report, Nez Perce Forest
1975
Subseries 11: Modern Management
0.25 linear feet
1984-1989
Box/Folder
10/1
Cultural Resource Inventory of the Yogo Creek Timber Sale by Cynthia M. Hamlett
1984
10/2
Forest Service Reports
1984-1987
10/3
Newspaper Articles
1984-1989
10/4
Payments to Counties and States, Custer National Forest
1986-1988
10/5
Beaverhead National Forest, Lake Inventory
1987
10/6
Deerlodge National Forest, Decision Notice, Electric Indian Timber Sale
1987
10/7
Deerlodge National Forest, Delmoe Lake Road and Recreation Area, Environment Assessment
1987
10/8
Press Release
1987
10/9
Information about the Bitterroot National Forest
1988
10/10
Flathead National Forest, Reports and Plans
1988-1990
10/11
Two Visions of the National Forests’ Future
1988
10/12
Northern Region News
1988-1989
10/13
Nez Perce National Forest, Forest Plan Amendments
1989

Series III:  Civilian Conservation Corps, 1933-1988Return to Top

0.75 linear feet
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
10/14
Miscellaneous CCC Research
1933-1980
10/15
Missoulian Articles Research, Relating to the CCC
1933-1939
10/16
CCC Newsletters, copies of photographs, copies of articles and casualty lists
1935-1942
10/17
CCC Articles
1936-1988
10/18
Missoulian Articles Research, Relating to the CCC
1940
10/19
Missoulian Articles Research, Relating to the CCC
1941
10/20
Missoulian Articles Research, Relating to the CCC
1942
10/21
Cottonwood Civilian Conservation Center History
1965-1974
10/22
Cedar Flats Civilian Conservation Center Information
1966-1988
10/23
Correspondence, Cedar Flats Job Corps Conservation Center and Civilian Conservation Center
1969-1972
10/24
The Civilian Conservation Corps in Montana and Under Fort Missoula 1933-1942 by Bill Sharp
1988

Series IV:  Drafts and Reviews, 1988-1989Return to Top

1.0 linear foot
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
11/1
Drafts of A Living Legacy
undated
11/2
Drafts of A Living Legacy
undated
11/3
Drafts of A Living Legacy
undated
11/4
Rough Drafts, Chapters VII, VIII, and X
undated
11/5
Rough Drafts, Chapter XIII
undated
11/6
Dethlof’s Correspondence Concerning Drafts
1988
11/7
Research Report to John Milodragovich
1987
11/8
Retirees Committee Notes on Draft
1988
11/9
Reviews and Corrections, Retiree Review Committee
1988-1989
11/10
Reviews and Corrections, Retiree Review Committee
1988-1989
11/11
Reviews of Draft from Terry West
1989
12/1
Reviews of Draft from Bob Milodragovich and Tony Evanko
1989
12/2
Reviews of Draft from the Northern Rockies Retirees Association
1989
12/3
Critique of Chapter on the Bitterroot Controversy by Steve Yurick
1989
12/4
Review of Draft from Ed Slusher
1989
12/5
Review of Draft from Bob Milodragovich
1989

Series V:  Miscellaneous Research Materials, circa 1940-1988 Return to Top

0.5 linear feet
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
12/6
Horsemanship
1940s
12/7
Beaverhead National Forest Information
1955
12/8
Marking Guides, Region One
1957
12/9
Memorial Service, 50th Anniversary of the 1910 Fire
1960
12/10
Timber Program Meeting
1966
12/11
Reforestation Summary of years 1909-1967
1967
12/12
Land Exchange Job
1967
12/13
An Introduction to the St. Joe National Forest
1970s
12/14
An Introduction to the Coeur D’Alene National Forest
1970s
12/15
Region One Land Area by Ownership
1970
12/16
Nixon’s Visit to Flathead and Kootenai National Forests
1971
12/17
Miscellaneous Articles
1971-1972
12/18
Forrest Appeals
1971-1972
12/19
Revegetation Recommendations for Disturbed Areas of the Bitterroot National Forest
1973
12/20
Forest service Articles
1973
12/21
Lincoln County, Forest Service Property Loan
1975
12/22
Bob Baker’s Selected Bibliography for Region One
1977
12/23
Area analysis for National Forests in Northern Idaho
1978
12/24
Western Montana, Planning Area Analysis
1978
12/25
Deerlodge National Forest, Organizational Analysis
1979
13/1
An Overview, Timber Resource, Clearwater National Forest
1981
13/2
Clearwater National Forest, Homestead Entry Survey List
1982
13/3
Visitor Guides
1986-1988
13/4
The Western Historical Quarterly
1987
13/5
Sources for Region One History Project
1987
13/6
Northwest Magazine
1988
13/7
Innervoice
1989
13/8
Conditions to be met in White Pine Stands, Coeur d’Alene National Forest
undated
13/9
List of Reports at the Northern Region Office
undated
13/10
Handwritten Notes
undated
13/11
Introduction to the Kaniksu National Fores
undated
13/12
Bibliography
undated
13/13
A collection of miscellaneous items about the History of the Forest Service
undated

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Forest reserves--Great Plains--History
  • Forest reserves--Rocky Mountains Region--History

Corporate Names

  • United States. Forest Service. Northern Region--History
  • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)--History
  • United States. Forest Service--Officials and employees--Interviews

Titles within the Collection

  • The National Forests of the Northern Region: Living Legacy

Other Creators

  • Personal Names
    • Dethloff, Henry C.
    • Sharp, Bill, 1952-