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America's conservation impulse : a century of saving trees in the Old Line State
Geoffrey L. Buckley.
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Introduction: A case study for the nation -- America's forest legacy -- Professional forestry comes to Maryland, 1906-1923 -- Managing Baltimore's urban forest, 1912-1942 -- The dean of state forestry, 1923-1942 -- Rebirth and renewal, 1942-1968 -- A rich inheritance, 1969-2006 -- Epilogue: On behalf of the public good -- Appendix A: Maryland state forest lands acquired as of 17 May 1934 -- Appendix B: Trees planted and removed in Baltimore, 1957-1965.