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Title: Timber and industry in Arkansas since the midcentury

Author: Sternitzke, Herbert S.;

Date: 1960

Source: Forest Survey Release No. 084. New Orleans, LA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Southern Forest Experiment Station. 64 p.

Publication Series: Forest Survey Release

Description: The pulp and paper industry greatly increased its capabilities. Two new multi-million dollar mills were established at Pine Bluff, and existing plants at Camden and Crossett were enlarged (fig. 1). In response to industrial expansion, the total output of pulpwood increased more than twofold--from 604,000 cords in 1950 to 1,524,000 cords in 1959. Additional expansion of the industry within the State and in peripheral areas promises to boost pulpwood production-both pine and hardwood-to new records in 1960's

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Sternitzke, Herbert S. 1960. Timber and industry in Arkansas since the midcentury. Forest Survey Release No. 084. New Orleans, LA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Southern Forest Experiment Station. 64 p.

 


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