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" The forest problem is in many ways the most vital internal problem in the United States. The more closely this statement is examined the more evident its truth becomes. In the arid region of the West, agriculture depends first of all upon the available... "
Proceedings - Page 26
by Nebraska. State Board of Agriculture - 1904
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The Plant World

1904
...internal problem in the United States. The more closely this statement is examined the more evident its truth becomes. In the arid region of the West, agriculture...floods so ruinous to communities farther down the same streams that head in the arid regions. The relation between the forests and the whole mineral industry...
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Annual Report

Nebraska. State Board of Agriculture - 1905
...internal problem in the United states. The more closely this statement is examined the more evident its truth becomes. In the arid region of the west agriculture...floods so ruinous to communities farther down the same streams that head in the arid regions. The relation between the forests and the whole mineral industry...
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The Hawaiian Forester and Agriculturist

Leopold G. Blackman - 1905
...internal problem in the United States. The more closely this statement is examined the more evident its truth becomes. In the arid region of the West agriculture...great and destructive floods so ruinous to communities further down the same streams that head in the arid regions." The relation between forestry and irrigation...
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Proceedings of a Conference of Governors

1909
...forests, not as an end in itself, but as a means of preserving the prosperity of the Nation. * * * In the arid region of the West agriculture depends...floods so ruinous to communities farther down the same streams. * * * The relation between forests and the whole mineral industry is an extremely intimate...
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The Chautauquan: A Weekly Newsmagazine, Volumes 54-55

1909
...forests, not as an end in itself, but as a means of preserving the prosperity of the Nation. * * * In the arid region of the West agriculture depends...a region forest protection alone can maintain the stream-flow necessary for irrigation and can prevent the great and destructive floods so ruinous to...
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Readings in American History

David Saville Muzzey - 1915 - 594 pages
...an end in itself, but as a means of preserving the prosperity of the Nation. ... In the arid regions of the West agriculture depends first of all upon...floods so ruinous to communities farther down the same streams.1 A little later he appointed an Inland Waterways Commission at the suggestion of Gifford Pinchot,...
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Readings in American History

David Saville Muzzey - 1915 - 594 pages
...an end in itself, but as a means of preserving the prosperity of the Nation. ... In the arid regions of the West agriculture depends first of all upon...floods so ruinous to communities farther down the same streams.1 A little later he appointed an Inland Waterways Commission at the suggestion of Gifford Pinchot,...
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Conservation of Water by Storage: Addresses Delivered in the Chester S ...

George Fillmore Swain - 1915 - 384 pages
...as an end in itself, but as a means of preserving the prosperity of the nation In the arid regions of the west, agriculture depends first of all upon...irrigation and can prevent the great and destructive flow so ruinous to communities further down the same stream The relation between forests and the whole...
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