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The Resource Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume III., (electronic resource)

Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume III., (electronic resource)

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Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume III.
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Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume III.
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non fiction
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United States
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  • 1867-1947
  • 1858-1919
  • 1869-1955
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  • Brooks, Alfred H.,
  • Butler, T.J
  • Campbell, Marius R.,
  • Candolle, Alphonse de
  • Chilcott, Ellery Channing
  • Davis, Charles A
  • Day, David T.,
  • Dennett, Fred
  • Finney, E.C
  • Fisher, Irving
  • Follansbee, Robert
  • Galloway, B.T.,
  • Gannett, Henry
  • Hayes, C.W.,
  • Howard, L.O.,
  • Lindgren, Waldemar
  • Marlatt, Charles Lester
  • Melvin, A.D
  • Merriam, C. Hart,
  • Olmsted, Victor H.,
  • Parker, Edward W.,
  • Potter, Albert F
  • Powers, Le Grand
  • Pugh, W.B
  • Quaintance, A.L
  • Roosevelt, Theodore
  • Schwartz, Henry Herman
  • Scofield, Carl S
  • Smith, Hugh M.,
  • Spillman, W.J.,
  • Swingle, Walter T.,
  • True, Alfred Charles
  • Van Horn, F.B
  • Warburton, C.W
  • Whitney, Milton
  • Wiley, Harvey Washington
  • Williams, S.W
  • Wilson, Herbert M.,
  • Woods, Albert Fred
  • United States
  • United States
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  • United States congressional serial set;
  • Senate document / 60th Congress, 2nd session. Senate
Series volume
  • serial set no. 5399
  • no. 676, vol.3
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  • Agriculture
  • Agricultural pests
  • Agricultural production
  • Agriculture
  • Animal diseases
  • Birds
  • Bounties, Military
  • Building materials
  • Coal
  • Conservation of natural resources
  • Copper
  • Corn
  • Crops
  • Death
  • Destruction of property
  • Droughts
  • Farm lands
  • Fertilizers
  • Fires
  • Fisheries and fishing industry
  • Fruit
  • Gold
  • Grazing
  • Homestead law
  • Insect pests
  • Iron
  • Land policy
  • Land titles
  • Lead
  • Livestock
  • Mammals
  • Mineral lands
  • Mineral production
  • Mines and mineral resources
  • Mortality
  • Natural gas
  • Natural resources
  • Oats
  • Peat
  • Petroleum
  • Phosphates
  • Public health
  • Public lands
  • Right of property
  • Silver
  • Soils
  • Stone
  • Timber
  • Wetlands
  • Zinc
  • Alaska, Department and District of (1867-1912)
  • East (U.S.)
  • Europe
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Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume III., (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. III
  • List of illustrations, p. V
  • Crop yield per acre, by V.H. Olmsted, p. 3
  • Crop yields and soil composition, by Milton Whitney, p. 9
  • Commercial fertilizers and fertilizer inspection, by Milton Whitney, p. 108
  • Agriculture as a national asset, by B.T. Galloway, p. 144
  • Agricultural production with special reference to crop resources, by A.F. Woods, p. 146
  • The oat crop, by C.W. Warburton, p. 205
  • The origin of cultivated plants, by Alphonse de Candolle, p. 212
  • The principal droughts and their influence on the corn crop, by A.F. Woods, p. 227
  • Crop production alone not a measure of the condition of agriculture, by W.T. Swingle, p. 241
  • The agricultural resources of the eastern United States, by E.C. Chilcott, p. 246
  • Agricultural production as a natural asset, by C.S. Scofield, p. 254
  • Agricultural production, by W.J. Spillman, p. 257
  • Interpretation of crop statistics, by A.C. True, p. 265
  • Conservation of the fertility of the soil, by H.W. Wiley, p. 269
  • Losses due to insects, by C.L. Marlatt and A.L. Quaintance, p. 301
  • Relation of birds and mammals to the national resources, by C.H. Merriam, p. 316
  • Losses to livestock by disease, by V.H. Olmsted, p. 341
  • Diseases of livestock, by A.D. Melvin, p. 350
  • Shrinkage in animal products due to injurious insects, by C.L. Marlatt, p. 353
  • The public range, by A.F. Potter, p. 355
  • The public range, by A.D. Melvin, p. 360
  • Swamp and overflow lands, by Robert Follansbee, p. 361
  • Swamp and overflow lands, by A.C. True, p. 373
  • Tenure of farm lands, by Le Grand Powers, p. 375
  • Fisheries of the United States, by H.M. Smith, p. 381
  • The Timber and Stone Act and the commutation clause of the Homestead Act, by H.H. Schwartz, p. 387
  • Rights analogous to scrip, by S.W. Williams, p. 403
  • Land classification: Should surface be separated? by Fred Dennett, p. 408
  • Precious minerals on lands of the United States, by E.C. Finney, p. 413
  • Public lands containing deposits of coal, by T.J. Butler, p. 417
  • The Desert Land Act, by W.B. Pugh, p. 422
  • Coal fields of the United States, by M.R. Campbell and E.W. Parker, p. 426
  • Estimates of future coal production , by Henry Gannett, p. 443
  • Petroleum resources of the United States, by D.T. Day, p. 446
  • Natural gas resources of the United States, by D.T. Day, p. 465
  • Peat resources of the United States, by C.A. Davis, p. 478
  • Iron ores of the United States, by C.W. Hayes, p. 483
  • Resources of the United States in gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc, by Waldemar Lindgren, p. 521
  • Phosphate resources of the United States, by F.B. Van Horn, p. 558
  • Tenure of mineral lands, by C.W. Hayes, p. 571
  • Mineral resources of Alaska, by A.H. Brooks, p. 572
  • Waste of structural material from fire and other causes, by H.M. Wilson, p. 604
  • National vitality, its wastes and conservation, by Irving Fisher, p. 620
  • Economic loss to the people through insects that carry disease, by L.O. Howard, p. 752
  • Index, p. 779
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multicolored
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NB00000166923
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Extent
798 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)1161F7BFC501A590
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers, February, 1909. Special message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report of the National Conservation Commission, with accompanying papers. In three volumes. Volume III., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. III
  • List of illustrations, p. V
  • Crop yield per acre, by V.H. Olmsted, p. 3
  • Crop yields and soil composition, by Milton Whitney, p. 9
  • Commercial fertilizers and fertilizer inspection, by Milton Whitney, p. 108
  • Agriculture as a national asset, by B.T. Galloway, p. 144
  • Agricultural production with special reference to crop resources, by A.F. Woods, p. 146
  • The oat crop, by C.W. Warburton, p. 205
  • The origin of cultivated plants, by Alphonse de Candolle, p. 212
  • The principal droughts and their influence on the corn crop, by A.F. Woods, p. 227
  • Crop production alone not a measure of the condition of agriculture, by W.T. Swingle, p. 241
  • The agricultural resources of the eastern United States, by E.C. Chilcott, p. 246
  • Agricultural production as a natural asset, by C.S. Scofield, p. 254
  • Agricultural production, by W.J. Spillman, p. 257
  • Interpretation of crop statistics, by A.C. True, p. 265
  • Conservation of the fertility of the soil, by H.W. Wiley, p. 269
  • Losses due to insects, by C.L. Marlatt and A.L. Quaintance, p. 301
  • Relation of birds and mammals to the national resources, by C.H. Merriam, p. 316
  • Losses to livestock by disease, by V.H. Olmsted, p. 341
  • Diseases of livestock, by A.D. Melvin, p. 350
  • Shrinkage in animal products due to injurious insects, by C.L. Marlatt, p. 353
  • The public range, by A.F. Potter, p. 355
  • The public range, by A.D. Melvin, p. 360
  • Swamp and overflow lands, by Robert Follansbee, p. 361
  • Swamp and overflow lands, by A.C. True, p. 373
  • Tenure of farm lands, by Le Grand Powers, p. 375
  • Fisheries of the United States, by H.M. Smith, p. 381
  • The Timber and Stone Act and the commutation clause of the Homestead Act, by H.H. Schwartz, p. 387
  • Rights analogous to scrip, by S.W. Williams, p. 403
  • Land classification: Should surface be separated? by Fred Dennett, p. 408
  • Precious minerals on lands of the United States, by E.C. Finney, p. 413
  • Public lands containing deposits of coal, by T.J. Butler, p. 417
  • The Desert Land Act, by W.B. Pugh, p. 422
  • Coal fields of the United States, by M.R. Campbell and E.W. Parker, p. 426
  • Estimates of future coal production , by Henry Gannett, p. 443
  • Petroleum resources of the United States, by D.T. Day, p. 446
  • Natural gas resources of the United States, by D.T. Day, p. 465
  • Peat resources of the United States, by C.A. Davis, p. 478
  • Iron ores of the United States, by C.W. Hayes, p. 483
  • Resources of the United States in gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc, by Waldemar Lindgren, p. 521
  • Phosphate resources of the United States, by F.B. Van Horn, p. 558
  • Tenure of mineral lands, by C.W. Hayes, p. 571
  • Mineral resources of Alaska, by A.H. Brooks, p. 572
  • Waste of structural material from fire and other causes, by H.M. Wilson, p. 604
  • National vitality, its wastes and conservation, by Irving Fisher, p. 620
  • Economic loss to the people through insects that carry disease, by L.O. Howard, p. 752
  • Index, p. 779
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000166923
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
798 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)1161F7BFC501A590
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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