Selection cuttings for the small forest owner
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Selection cuttings for the small forest owner by Ralph C. Hawley

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Published by Yale University in New Haven .
Written in English



  • Connecticut.


  • Forests and forestry -- Connecticut.

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Descriptive letterpress on versos facing the plates.

Statementby Ralph C. Hawley and Allen Goodspeed.
SeriesYale University. School of Forestry. Bulletin, no. 35, Bulletin (Yale University. School of Forestry and Environmental Studies) ;, no. 35.
ContributionsGoodspeed, Allen W. joint author.
LC ClassificationsSD144.C8 H38
The Physical Object
Pagination9-34 p.
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6288054M
LC Control Number33009253

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