Department of Lands & Forests northern Ontario logging reports, mid-1940s
Articles: The Results on the Forest Cover of the [Kapuskasing] District After Logging; A Method of Regenerating Artifically a Burned Area which is in Division 3 ie. Cut-Over, Young Stands, or Recent Burn; Forest Fires and Their Results in the Clay Belt; Regeneration of Burns in the Clay Belt; Use of Fire to Reproduce a New Crop of Spruce and Eliminate Fire Hazard Resulting From Slash; Report on Trip Cochrane to Moosonee and Return June 14-18, 1943; Influence on Cut-Over Regeneration exerted by the Length of the Pulpwood Block; Regeneration of Cut-Over Lands; The Silvicultural Characteristics of the More Important Tree Species of the District, by Regions.
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- Date Published: ca. mid-1940s
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- Condition: Very good
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
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A series of reports about logging in Northern Ontario, dating to mid-1940s, in 29 cm green binder labeled Department of Lands & Forests. 3 diagrams, 23 tables, fold-out chart, 4 maps (Opasatika River, Upper Lost River, Smoky Falls Railway, & Swanson Township operations). 34 small b&w photos inserted at rear show various mills, burn area, Fort Charles Hudson Bay supply ship and R.C.D. boats at Moosonee, Hudson Bay Post at Moose Factory, small town of McInnis north of Cochrane, Lake Abitibi. Occasional pencil notes, extra binder holes.