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Forest Service / Fire / Timber
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# Web Link Hits
21   Link   1910 Fire in Mineral County - Mineral County website
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22   Link   The Sleeping Child Burn - 21 Years of Postfire Change - USDA 1984
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23   Link   History with Fire in its Eye: An Introduction to Fire in America - Stephen J. Pyne
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24   Link   Wildfire links - Stephen J. Pyne
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25   Link   The Birth of Montana's Lumber Industry by Clarence C. Strong and Judy Schutza - The Pacific Northwest Forum - Winter, 1978
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26   Link   Timber transition - Long logging history cut short - article by John Stang - The Daily Interlake - Sept. 4, 2006
"Owens & Hurst sits in the middle of about 7,000 square miles of forests - roughly the combined size of Connecticut and Rhode Island."
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27   Link   Trails of the Past: Historical Overview of the Flathead National Forest, Montana 1800-1960 (1994). McKay, Kathryn L.
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28   Link   Hagenstein interview - Logger, Firefighter, Executive
An amazing interview. He began logging at the age of twelve. "I worked in one place for a month or six weeks or sometimes just for a payday and felt that I wanted to go someplace else so I did. Any kid that was willing to work had no trouble what-so-ever finding a job even during the depression. Except for the several trips that I made, as did a lot of western boys in the early '30s, to other parts of the country by freight train to look the country over, to look for work and to see the world in a way, I was always able to find logging employment during the depression years."
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29   Link   Hot Telephone Jobs - Early Days in the Forest Service - article by Leon Lake - retired 1951
"That fall I ran into this locoed horse on the range and it came right for my horse, hell bent for trouble. I unlimbered my rifle and shot him, but this and other incidents would make a separate story."
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30   Link   Mrs. William B. Greeley - Interview by Elwood Maunder
"Missoula at that time was still a pretty wild and wooly place, wasn't it?" "Yes, it was - very wild and wooly."
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31   Link   April, 15, 1920 - Greeley named Forest Service Chief - Jamie 'Mad B Logger' Lewis - 2009 - Peeling Back the Bark
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32   Link   A 50 - Year Dedication to Understanding Wildlands and Fire - 2012 - Diane M. Smith
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33   Link   This Was Sawmilling (1957). Andrews, Ralph W.
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34   Link   Missoula Lumber Mills - American Lumberman - August, 1919
p 41
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35   Link   Killed in the Line of Duty - National Smokejumpers Assoc.
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36   Link   Recollections of Clyde P. Fickes - 1973 - USFS
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37   Link   Into the Wildfire - Paul Tullis - N.Y. Times Magazine 9/19/13
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38   Link   Missoula Smokejumpers - website
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39   Link   Tall Timber Pilots - review
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40   Link   The Forest Explorers - Steve Arno - Forest History Today - Fall 2012
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