. American forestry. Forests and forestry. 26 AMERICAN FORESTRY. SITKA SPRUCE IN THE TONGASS NATIONAL FORI':ST The most important species in Alasl<a is tlie Sitka spruce. Single trees reach a diameter of over seven feet and a height of 200 feet. A single log lirought to one of the local mills was 154 feet long and scaled 18,000 hoard feet. Many parts of the forest run from lifty to seventy-live thousand feet per acre, limited areas carry one hundred thousand feet per acre. feet in diameter. But this comparison indicates an extraordinary development of the Washington forests rather than a sm

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. American forestry. Forests and forestry. 26 AMERICAN FORESTRY. SITKA SPRUCE IN THE TONGASS NATIONAL FORI':ST The most important species in Alasl<a is tlie Sitka spruce. Single trees reach a diameter of over seven feet and a height of 200 feet. A single log lirought to one of the local mills was 154 feet long and scaled 18,000 hoard feet. Many parts of the forest run from lifty to seventy-live thousand feet per acre, limited areas carry one hundred thousand feet per acre. feet in diameter. But this comparison indicates an extraordinary development of the Washington forests rather than a sm Stock Photo
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. American forestry. Forests and forestry. 26 AMERICAN FORESTRY. SITKA SPRUCE IN THE TONGASS NATIONAL FORI':ST The most important species in Alasl<a is tlie Sitka spruce. Single trees reach a diameter of over seven feet and a height of 200 feet. A single log lirought to one of the local mills was 154 feet long and scaled 18,000 hoard feet. Many parts of the forest run from lifty to seventy-live thousand feet per acre, limited areas carry one hundred thousand feet per acre. feet in diameter. But this comparison indicates an extraordinary development of the Washington forests rather than a sm
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. American forestry. Forests and forestry. 26 AMERICAN FORESTRY. SITKA SPRUCE IN THE TONGASS NATIONAL FORI':ST The most important species in Alasl<a is tlie Sitka spruce. Single trees reach a diameter of over seven feet and a height of 200 feet. A single log lirought to one of the local mills was 154 feet long and scaled 18,000 hoard feet. Many parts of the forest run from lifty to seventy-live thousand feet per acre, limited areas carry one hundred thousand feet per acre. feet in diameter. But this comparison indicates an extraordinary development of the Washington forests rather than a small yield in Alaska. The coast belt extends from Dixon's entrance west to Kenai Peninsula, a distance of about 1,000 miles, inter- rupted at several points where the mountains extending to the sea are so rugged and rocky or have such a cover of ice and snow that tree vegetation is prohibited. Just as the Alaskan coast forests have a smaller development than the coast forests further south in the States, so the. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. American Forestry Association. Washington, D. C. : American Forestry Association

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