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" Government is not concentrated under one department, in consonance with the plainest dictates of good administration and common sense. The present arrangement is bad from every point of view. Merely to mention it is to prove that it should be terminated... "
Forest Leaves - Page 152
1903
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A Compilation of the Messages and Speeches of Theodore Roosevelt ..., Volume 2

Theodore Roosevelt - 1906
...ground and the preparation of detailed maps and descriptions, before any forest reserve is created. I have repeatedly called attention to the confusion...where chiefly in Washington there is comprehensive first-class knowledge of the problems of the reserves acquired on the ground, where all problems relating...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1907, Volume 10

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - 1908
...ground and the preparation of detailed maps and descriptions, before any forest reserve is created. I have repeatedly called attention to the confusion...where chiefly in Washington there is comprehensive first-class knowledge of the problems of the reserves acquired on the ground, where all problems relating...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume 10

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - 1910
...ground and the preparation of detailed maps and descriptions, before any forest reserve is created. I have repeatedly called attention to the confusion...where chiefly in Washington there is comprehensive first-class knowledge of the problems of the reserves acquired on the ground, where all problems relating...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume 16

United States. President - 1897
...ground and the preparation of detailed maps and descriptions, before any forest reserve is created. I have repeatedly called attention to the confusion...where chiefly in Washington there is comprehensive first-class knowledge of the problems of the reserves acquired on the ground, where all problems relating...
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Change Name of Department of the Interior to the Department of Conservation ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations - 1935 - 144 pages
...reasoning of President Theodore Roosevelt, who declared in a message to Congress in December 1904: "All the forest work of the Government should be concentrated...of that work is already done, where practically all the trained foresters of the Government are employed, where chiefly in Washington there is comprehensive...
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Change Name of Dept. of the Interior to the Dept. of ..., Volumes 7-13

United States. U.S.Congress. House. Committee on expenditures in the executive depts - 1935 - 144 pages
...agricultural agency to the department whose primary function is and always has been an agricultural one. "All the forest work of the Government should be concentrated...of that work is already done, where practically all the trained foresters of the Government are employed, where chiefly in Washington there is comprehensive...
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To Change the Name of the Department of the Interior and to Coordinate ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments - 1935 - 23 pages
...reasoning of President Theodore Roosevelt, who declare;! in a message to Congress in December, 1904 : "All the forest work of the Government should be concentrated...of that work is already done, where practically all the trained foresters of the Government are employed, where chiefly in Washington there is comprehensive...
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The Western Range: Letter from the Secretary of Agriculture Transmitting in ...

United States. Forest Service - 1936 - 620 pages
...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Theodore Roosevelt, who, in a message to Congress on December 6, 1904, declared : All the forest work of the Government should be concentrated...of that work is already done, where practically all the trained foresters of the Government are employed, where chiefly in Washington there is comprehensive...
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The Forest Service: How it Fits in the Federal Structure

United States. Forest Service - 1969 - 14 pages
...December 1904 Message to Congress, echoed the sentiments of many concerned Americans when he said, "All the forest work of the Government should be concentrated in the Department of Agriculture where... all problems relating to growth from the soil are always gathered, and where all the sciences auxiliary...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume 14

United States. President - 1917
...The United States is the only one of the great nations in which the forest work of the Government a not concentrated under one department, in consonance...where chiefly in Washington there is comprehensive first-class knowledge of the problems of the reserves acquired on the ground, where all problems relating...
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