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    Author(s): Franklin H. Smith; Albert H. Pierson
    Date: 1919
    Source: Bulletin No. 768. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture. 44 p.
    Publication Series: Other
    Station: Washington Office
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    In this bulletin, which is one of an annual series covering the period 1904 to 1917, inclusive, with the exception of 1914, are detailed statistics of the 1917 production of lumber, lath, and shingles in the continental United States, with comparative figures from previous annual reports. The collection and compilation of the statistics for the Western States was done through the district offices of the Forest Service at Missoqla, Denver, Albuquerque, Ogden, San Francisco, and Portland. The figures for New York State were furnished by the New York Conservation Commission. The work in all of the other States east of the Rocky Mountains was done by the Office of Industrial Investigations of the Forest Service, Washigtoh, D.C.

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    Smith, Franklin H.; Pierson, Albert H. 1919. Production of lumber, lath, and shingles in 1917. Bulletin No. 768. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture. 44 p.

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