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Gifford Pinchot (American forester and politician)
Gifford Pinchot (Amerikaans auteur)
Gifford Pinchot (erster Chef des "United States Forest Service", Politiker und Gouverneur von Pennsylvania)
Pinchot, Gifford
Пинчот, Гиффорд
ギフォード・ピンショー
Dates: 
1865-1946
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Bruère, Martha Bensley (1879-1953))
Gill, Charles Otis (1868-1937?))
Gregg, Charles
Nash, Gerald D. (1928-....))
Newell, Frederick Haynes (1862-1932)
Pennsylvania Governor (1923-1927 : Pinchot) (see also from)
Pennsylvania Governor (1931-1935 : Pinchot) (see also from)
Pennsylvania. Bureau of Publications
Pennsylvania. Department of Highways
Price, Overton Westfeldt (1873-1914))
Watts, Ralph L. (1869-1949)
Watts, Ralph Levi (1869-1949)
Wilson, James (1835-1920)
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Adirondack Spruce a study of the forest in Ne-Ha-Sa-Ne Park
Agricultural appropriation bill. Hearings before the committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate, on the H. R. 19158, making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1909. [April 17, 1908].
Arbor day and bird day ... October 27, 1922.
Architectural drawings for alterations to a house for Gifford Pinchot, 1615 Rhode Island Avenue, Washington, D.C.
Arrangement of tracks in Camden City.
Biltmore forest
Breaking new ground.
Brief on the Cunningham coal entries in Alaska submitted to the President in behalf of Mr. Gifford Pinchot.
City streets established as state highways by Act no. 262. appr. June 22, 1931 & Act no. 326. appr. June 3, 1933 & Acts no. 101 & 325 of 1933
conservation of natural resources., The
country church; the decline of its influence and the remedy, The
fight for conservation., The
first exposition of conservation and its builders; an official history of the National conservation exposition, held at Knoxville, Tenn., in 1913 and of its forerunners, the Appalachian expositions of 1910-11, embracing a review of the conservation movement in the United States from its inception to the present time., The
Forest service what it is and how it deals with forest problems
Giford Pinchot, c1957:
I. Government forestry abroad
Just fishing talk
land we live in, The : the boys' book of conservation
[Maps of Pennsylvania Counties, 1931 ; showing Department of Highways route numbers].
Motor bus routes in Pennsylvania.
New indexed guide map of Philadelphia and Camden, N.J.
Norwegian views, ca. 1910
Pinchot collection of portraits (Library of Congress)
power monopoly; its make-up and its menace, The
Practical assistance to tree planters.
primer of forestry, A
Public spirit
Report of Commission on agricultural research, November, 1908.
Report of the Giant power survey board to the General assembly of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Report of the Public lands commission. With appendix.
Road map of Pennsylvania showing state highways and main connecting township and county roads
Roads improved by Penna. Dept. of Highways, 1931-1934.
Roosevelt Dam [1], The
Schedule of inquiries concerning the lands, waters, forests, minerals and other resources of America
Six thousand country churches
Status of rural road system as of May 31, 1932.
story of the Democratic House of representatives; a condensed chapter from Law making in America, The
Studies of use of Camden Plaza as terminus of high-speed rail & bus lines
Talks on forestry
Timber trees and forests of North Carolina.
To the South Seas; the cruise of the Schooner Mary Pinchot to the Galapagos, the Marquesas, and the Tuamotu islands, and Tahiti
training of a forester, The
What forestry means to representative men portions of addresses delivered at the American forest congress, Washington, January 3 to 6, 1905
white pine; a study, with tables of volume and yield, The
Your forests
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