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Forest History Today Magazine

Spring/Fall 2013

View the table of contents for the Spring/Fall 2013 issue below.

Feature articles include a discussion of a windstorm that changed the Ozark forests; the history of the tung oil industry in the U.S.; forestry education in Quebec; Bob Marshall’s time at the Harvard Forest; reflections from an AmeriCorps volunteer; and a look at the Pinchot Institute and Grey Towers National Historic Site. History on the Road looks at the charcoal kilns of Utah and the Biographical Portrait traces the long history of public service of the Mattoon and McLean families.

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Contents Spring/Fall 2013

[ i ] "Message from the President: 'Saving Manuscripts Has Always Challenged Preservationists'"
"Editor's Note" by James G. Lewis
"Derecho!: The Forgotten Windstorm that Changed the Ozarks"
by Denise Henderson Vaughn
"The Rise and Fall of the Gulf Coast Tung Oil Industry"
by Jeffrey B. Robb and Paul D. Travis
23 "Forestry Education in Quebec: The First 50 Years"
by Cyrille Gélinas
30 "From the Mountains to the Prairies: Reflections on My 21 Months with AmeriCorps"
by Christine E. Amoresano
34 "Lessons from Harvard Forests and Ecologists: Bob Marshall’s Plot"
by David R. Foster
42 "Making Common Cause for Conservation: The Pinchot Institute & Grey Towers National Historic Site, 1963–2013"
by Char Miller
52 "Biographical Portrait: The Mattoons and McLeans—Deep Forestry Roots"
by Andy Mason
55 "History on the Road: Charcoal and Utah’s Early Mining Industry"
by Douglas H. Page Jr., Sarah E. Page, Thomas J. Straka, and Nathan D. Thomas
64 Books and Films of Interest
by Eben Lehman and James G. Lewis
71 Mark Your Calendar
 Annual Report
72 Message from the Chair
73 Treasurer's Report
74 Contributions and Project Sponsors

76 Gifts to the Forest History Society Library
78 Awards and Fellowships
80 Publications of the Forest History Society

82 Back Cover