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Forest conditions in the San Francisco Mountains Forest Reserve, ArizonaAuthor(s): John B. Leiberg; Theodore F. Rixon; Arthur Dodwell
Source: Professional Paper No. 22; Series H, Forestry, 7. Washington, DC: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Service. 95 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station
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DescriptionOn April 12, 1902, President Roosevelt issued a proclamation "for the purpose of consolidating into one reserve the lands heretofore embraced in the San Francisco Mountains Forest Reserves and of including therein the other adjacent lands within the description herein after given." The consolidated area is now known as the San Francisco Mountains Forest Reserve.
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CitationLeiberg, John B.; Rixon, Theodore F.; Dodwell, Arthur. 1904. Forest conditions in the San Francisco Mountains Forest Reserve, Arizona. Professional Paper No. 22; Series H, Forestry, 7. Washington, DC: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Service. 95 p.
KeywordsSan Francisco Mountains Forest Reserves
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