The Wilderness and Cultural Values: A Symposium
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Editor: Green,Dee F.
Publisher: United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service
Pub Date: 1975
Condition: Fair to Good. Stapled binding tight. No tears, bends, folds. Previous owner’s name in ink on upper front cover. Some markings on spine, such as it is. Light edge and corner wear.
Notes: USDA Forest Service Archeological Report No. 7. 5 papers. “In 1973, the Forest Service published a list of 274 areas Nationwide containing some 12,289,000 acres which are under study for possible inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System.” Obviously this initiative had some effect–currently in the United States more than 109 million acres are designated as wilderness, with the largest area of wilderness being in Alaska, and the largest in the ‘lower 48’ being along the California-Nevada border.
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