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Catalog Number L.992.33.50
Object Name Manuscript Collection
Scope & Content bibliography; chronology; roster

TITLE:Reports prepared by Gerald W. Williams :, The USDA Forest Service in the Pacific Northwest, Major Political and Social Controversies Between 1891-1945, The Fur Trade Era, Expeditions, Explorations, and Journeys into and through the Regions of Western Oregon, Political Cartoonists' View of Natural Resources Management, An Inventory of the Known Lookout Locations in Western Oregon, John B. Waldo and William G. Steel:, Forest Reserve Advocates for the Cascade Range of Oregon /, Umpqua National Forest, Forest Supervisors and Deputy Forest Supervisors /, The Civilian Conservation Corps:, A Pragmatic Response to the Great Depression /, Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) :, Camps and Companies in the Pacific Northwest /, General History of the Umpqua National Forest /, Significant USDA-Forest Service Events by Time Period /, A Brief History of the Cottage Grove Ranger District /, A Brief History of the North Umpqua Ranger District /, The Creation of Wilderness in the Pacific Northwest :, The Controversy Expands /, Chronological Establishment of the Umpqua National Forest, 1866-1988 /, General History of the O&C Lands

CREATOR:Gerald W. Williams

REMARKS:Gerald W. Williams is [ca. 1986-93] Sociologist and Social Historian of the Umpqua and Willamette National Forests. This is a collection of typescripts [some in draft form] of reports he prepared for the USDA Forest Service between 1987 and 1992.
Creator WILLIAMS, GERALD W.
Title Reports prepared by Gerald W. Williams :, The USDA Forest Service in the Pacific Northwest, Major Political and Social Controversies Between 1891-194*
Collection ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS
Accession number L.992.33