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Gifford Pinchot Private and Public Forester. (University of Illinois Press 1970)

Gifford Pinchot Private and Public Forester. (University of Illinois Press 1970)

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167 pages illustrations, portraits.

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Pinkett, Harold T. GIFFORD PINCHOT PRIVATE AND PUBLIC FORESTER.

Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1970. 167 pages illustrations, portraits. 24 cm. First edition.

Original cloth, near fine in slightly scuffed dust jacket. Gifford Pinchot was an American forester and politician.

He served as the first Chief of the United States Forest Service from 1905 until 1910, and was the 28th Governor of Pennsylvania.

Pinchot is known for reforming the management and development of forests in the United States and for advocating the conservation of the nation's reserves by planned use and renewal.

Chapters are as follow:

I. Introduction --
II. Genesis of American Forest Protection --
III. Education of America's Forest Protection --
IV. Trail Blazing in Southern Woodlands --
V. Consulting Forester --
VI. A Search for a Forest Policy --
VII. Federal Forester Without Forests --
VIII. Conservative Forest Use --
IX. Chief Forester and the Forest Service --
X. Pinchotism --
XI. Publicist and Educator --
XII. Promoter of Forest Research --
XIII. Efforts for Eastern National Forests --
XIV. Apostle of Conservation --
XV. Discord and Dismissal --
XVI. Continuing Forest Interests --
XVII. In Penn's Woods --
XVIII. "Forester All The Time" --
Bibliography --
Index.

 

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