Report on census of production of home-grown timber 1930.

by Great Britain. Forestry Commission.

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Between and , the fluctuations in the population of Carter County demonstrated the importance of the large corporate extraction industries to this growth. After the Missouri Lumber and Mining Company moved from Grandin to West Eminence in , the number of people in Carter County fell from 6, to 5,, a decrease of 18 percent. Census of the State of Florida, , 31; U.S. Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States, , Population Bulletin, Second Series, Florida Composition and Characteristics of the Population, vi. Bruton and Bailey, Plant City, ; The Planning Commission, Census Population and Housing. Included are tax records, a census of school-age children, loyalty oaths, and ballots from the elections of There are also pamphlets containing a report on mining and manufactures to the Missouri legislature, , and an address by Gov. Thomas T. Crittenden, printed in German, Finding Aid: R Walter W. Dyer Papers. 3 In the Bureau of the Census reported 87 sawmills in Idaho, producing a total of 65,, board feet of lumber. See Henry B. Steer, compiler, Lumber Production in the United States, , USDA Miscellaneous Publication No (Washington, ),

  The Historical Atlas, Plate 11 illustrates “Timber Production and Trade to ”, and pl “Agriculture in Atlantic Canada, ”, both with special reference to New Brunswick, the data being derived from the census. A careful study of these, and other related plates gives a good idea of how the population of New Brunswick. Production in Harlan County fell throughout the s, hitting a near year low in of million tons, state records show. The drop in production meant a big drop in jobs and population as well. From to , people left to find work, causing the county's population to drop by nearly half, U.S. Census figures show. This is a guide to resources in the study of Forestry. Dendrology: the scientific study of trees Silviculture: the growing and cultivation of trees. from The New Oxford American Dictionary, 2nd. Erin McKean. Oxford University Press, This page provides links to historic census dat on the lumber and sawmill industry of the US. The , Newport Daily Independent ranked Jackson County as one of the wealthiest counties in the United States, being tenth in the nation in cotton production, eighth in rice, eleventh in soybeans, th in strawberries, and forty-second in local volume of timber. A Federal Reserve report cited Newport’s economic development as.

Water power was harnessed relatively early, as a dam was built of timber by and a canal was made. In Michael Little built a large wooden building with saw, grist, and fulling mills next to the falls. This was burned in by an arsonist, but new mills soon took its place. The town grew slowly, reaching inhabitants by Including areas outside reserve land, the report counted 81 billion board feet in peninsula forests. Reductions in and , and then partial restorations in , trimmed the Olympic Forest Reserve by , acres -- only about a third of the area, but containing some three-fourths of all timber . Brushy Lake Township, which included the future Hickory Ridge, registered only people in the Census. According to the authors of 35º24′ North – 91º West: A Town Called Hickory Ridge, “ cotton farming had not yet reached the Western side of Crowley’s Ridge .The Western part of the county was much too wet and subject to. Charles 3 Smith II (James 2, Bennett 1) 72, 73 was born Bet. - in New Hanover or Bladen County, North Carolina, and died Bef. in Bladen County, North married Mary She was born , and died Bet. - in Bladen County, North Carolina Notes for Charles Smith II: War of list Charles Smith on Bladen Co. Muster Roll.

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As ofthe U.S. had million of people, with a population density of 31 persons per Timber production rose rapidly during the last half of the 19th century ) despite the warning of timber famine and the call for regulating private timber harvesting.

Nowadays, about % of Britain's land surface is wooded. The country's supply of timber was severely depleted during the First and Second World Wars, when imports were difficult, and the forested area bottomed out at under 5% of Britain's land surface in That year, the Forestry Commission was established to produce a strategic reserve of timber.

SOURCE: U.S. Census Report of Population. of Cook County's workforce were in the resource-based primary sector (see Figure ). Byhowever, the percentage of the region's workforce in the primary sector had dropped to little more than 12 percent. Records from show railroad cars of peaches, berries, and potatoes and cars of poultry and dairy by-products being shipped from the county.

But cotton continued to dominate the county economy. Inthe peak census year for cotton production, more than two-thirds of all improved acreage in the county was used for cotton production.

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