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Title: Production of lumber, lath, and shingles in Washington and Oregon 1869-1936.

Author: Johnson, Herman M.;

Date: 1938

Source: PNW Old Series Research Notes No. 24, p. 1-12

Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description: For the information of Government and State agencies and of the public, data on annual lumber, shingle, and lath production in Washington and Oregon during the period 1869-1936 are here presented in tabular and graphic form. These data were obtained by the Forest Service, under cooperative agreement with the Bureau of the Census. They include the product of all mills cutting 50 thousand board feet or more per year. The total annual output of smaller mills in this region is negligible.

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Johnson, Herman M. 1938. Production of lumber, lath, and shingles in Washington and Oregon 1869-1936. PNW Old Series Research Notes No. 24, p. 1-12

 


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