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Excerpt from State of Indiana: Fourteenth Annual Report of the State Board of Forestry, 1914
Field Planting. Forest Cleaning Insect Damage Forest Fires. General Improvements Rainfall on Reserve Receipts from Sales Progress of Tracts.
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BDeams curiosity about the various plants he encountered grewDeam worked as state forester from 1909-1913 and 1917-1928Copies of the three most recent reports are listed belowEric Nichols Forest Industry Trade Association, KetchikanThe Alaska Forest Resources and Practices Act established the Alaska Board of Forestry (AS 41.17.041)Lane: Architect of Indianas Republican Party Visiting Nurses, Tuberculosis Assailants, and their Ball Family Champions Archives June 2017(6) May 2017(12) April 2017(7) March 2017(8) February 2017(7) January 2017(2) December 2016(4) November 2016(4) October 2016(1) September 2016(6) August 2016(3) July 2016(4) June 2016(5) May 2016(9) April 2016(9) March 2016(9) February 2016(4) HOME ABOUT GUEST BLOGGER GUIDELINES Indiana Historical Bureau Proudly powered by WordPress Each job required long hours
Thousands of requests for additional copies could not be filled until 1919, when additional funds allowed for a reprintingIn 1931, he arranged to have his entire collection sold to Indiana University at Bloomington at the price of $10 per 100 sheetsBill Morris Fish/Wildlife Biology - Non-Governmental,FairbanksBoard members are appointed by the governor for three-year terms and represent a variety of forest-related interestsNumerous universities, including Wabash College, DePauw University, Indiana University, and Purdue University awarded him numerous honorary degrees and distinctions throughout his lifeForestry exhibit Deam created for the Indiana State Fair, September 1913One day, Deam and Stella discovered an unusual looking plant and brought it to Bruce to identifyAfter Deam finished Flora of Indiana in 1940, he began to slow down, but not by choiceFrom then on, Deam was hooked.Presentations to the Board of ForestryA specimen Deam collected of an oak tree in Wells County, Indiana in 1944, now held at Purdue UniversityCharles Deam working at his home in Bluffton, 1949Burford, 1914), 66, accessed hathitrust.org In 1921, Deam wrote and lobbied for the passage of the Forest Classification Act, which established methodsto keep the states private forests intact 5d8a9798ff