National Forests and the Public Domain: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Public Lands and Surveys, United States Senate, Sixty-ninth Congress, First Session Pursuant to S. Res. 347 to Investigate All Matters Relating to National Forests and the Public Domain and Their Administration ...

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Rachford range appraisal report by C E Rachford United States Forest
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Charles B Stafford secretarymanager Casper Chamber of Commerce
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What is the interest of the public
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Bryson attorney at law Walla Walla Wash representing
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Hon Fred H Bixby president American National Livestock Associ
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Authorizations
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Method of handling appeals 3626
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ure to reguoi
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Cecil W Creel director agricultural extension service University
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National Forest Manual Grazing effective March 1924
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Letter from Mr H F Weyerstall post office box 1494 Butte
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Work Hon Hubert Secretary of the Interior Washington D C
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Emerson State engineer of Wyoming Cheyenne Wyo
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Col W B Greeley Chief Forester United States Forest Service
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Information and data submitted by United States Forest Service Depart
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Sheep and goats
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Ezra K Baer cattleman Meeker Colo
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Average grazing fee per annum charged on national forests by States
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E Rachford United States Forest Service Department of Agriculture
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Arno B Cammerer Assistant Director United States National Park
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H B Creel special representative of the Washington State Farm Bureau
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Victor Culbertson cattleman Silver City N Mex
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Letter from Mr A A Nicol to Senator Robert N Stanfield chair
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National forest receipts from timber and grazing for the fiscal years
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Lloyd P Austin president the Resort Owners Association of the Angeles
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Purchase of supplies
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A Bergeson member of the Montana State Tax Commission Helena
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Norton president Grants Pass Chamber of Commerce Grants Pass
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Income from Indian reservations for the fiscal years 1920 to 1924
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1933
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List of Indian reservations locations areas date of establishment
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Indian agencies number of Indians numbers of outside stock
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Eli F Taylor register United States land office Salt Lake City Utah
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A A Johns president Arizona Wool Growers Association Prescott
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Indian agencies natural resources
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Irrigation
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WASHINGTON D C May 26 1925
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Area of vacant public land pending unperfected entries national
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Summary by States of outstanding water resources and agricultural
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Number of homestead and mineral patents issued fiscal years 1920
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List of land offices closed April 30 1925
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June 18 19 and 20 1907 3118
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VOLUME 3
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SALT LAKE CITY SEPTEMBER 29 1925
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H H Clifford chairman State Game Commission Canyon City Oreg 2467
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W T Evans Santa Fe N Mex communication from
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raisers 3414
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John P Cull State senator Douglas Ariz
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Leasing value of grazing lands 1618
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Fred Bennett cattleman Tombstone Ariz
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B A Packard Douglas Ariz
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A Adams Dragoon Ariz
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Douglas Ariz June 4 1925
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Pooler district forester United States Forest Service Albu
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Hoval A Smith mining operator Warren Ariz
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Tucson Ariz
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J Elsing chairman mining committee Bisbee Chamber of Commerce
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Noblitt cattle and sheep man Cokeville Wyo representing
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Shellworth secretarymanager Southern Idaho Timber Protective
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Clark Consolidated National Bank Tucson Ariz
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Richard G Brady cattleman Tucson Ariz
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B J McKinney Cassa Grande Ariz
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Ronstadt Tucson Ariz
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Public land survey
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Robert H Catlett Tucson Ariz
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Number of applications to make homestead entry by States from
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A S Henderson cattleman Patagonia Ariz
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Richard G Brady cattleman Tucson Ariz
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Eugene Shepherd cattleman Tucson Ariz
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Butts homestead entryman Lost Hills Calif regarding
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The General Land Office
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A J Harshberger mining operator Tucson Ariz
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A T Crocker Clifton Ariz
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W Bohme cattleman Webster Gulch Webster Canyon Gila County
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Votes on various grazing propositions
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Mrs E Hayes cattle business Globe Ariz
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Kirby assistant forest supervisor Tonto National Forest Ariz
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Manual Victor Rice San Carlos Indian Reservation Ariz
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T S Kimball manager Arizona Trust Savings Bank Thatcher Ariz
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H J Hagerman president the South Spring Ranch Cattle Co Ros
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Appeal procedure of the Forest Service
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Mrs Cora E Jackson cattle business Globe Ariz
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Holbrook Ariz June 19 1925
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640acre stockraising homestead law 3156
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Ralph P Cowgill State representative of Jackson County Medford Oreg
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Thomas E Pollock stockman and banker Flagstaff Ariz
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Opposed to leasing the public domain and to the repeal of
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H Stewart director drainage district No 5 Maricopa County Ariz
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E F Haley sheepman Rifle Colo 3426
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Borden forest supervisor United States Forest Service Glenwood
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Bacon president Idaho Wool Growers Association Twin Falls
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Laurence F Lee representing the New Mexico Sheep and Wool Growers
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Flagstaff Ariz
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Longterm leases
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B S Rodey exCongressman from the State of New Mexico
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The State of New Mexicos 27000 acres of timber landsexchange
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Hon Frank J Hagenbarth Spencer Idaho president National Wool
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H L Kent resumed 3639
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J F Branson cattleman Albuquerque N Mex the checkerboard land
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Opposed to the proposed extension of the Yellowstone National
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James Scott cattleman Pinedale Ariz
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F A Gyberg cattleman Flagstaff Ariz
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James Page Cornville Ariz
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Charles E Burton sheepman Williams Ariz
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Chester R Houck sheepman Flagstaff Ariz
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E H Duffield Williams Ariz
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Albert S Fain cattleman Flagstaff Ariz
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Nathan Bankhead sheepman Flagstaff Ariz
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Ralph Carr representing the Conejos Sheep Growers Association Auto
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Col W B Greeley Chief Forester United States Forest Service Depart
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Edwin F Smith supervisor Eldorado National Forest United States
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Map of the State of Idaho illustrating the public land problems 2872
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Resolution of the Montana Stock Growers Association relative to
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Edgar K Miller Kearns Canyon Ariz_
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W Pooler district forester United States Forest Service Albu
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Alonzo B McMillen lawyer and stockman Albuquerque N Mex
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Brigham F Stewart cattleman Holbrook Ariz
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Reginald E Margesson cattleman Holbrook Ariz
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Art Saunders cattleman St Johns Ariz
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John H Udall St Johns Ariz
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Alexander J McKay cattleman Springerville Ariz
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Manuel Candelara cattle and sheepman Concho Ariz
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A H Greenwood cattleman Nutrioso Ariz
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Harris Miller cattleman Springerville Ariz
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Ezra K Baer resumed replying to John H Hatton percentage of dis
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Roberts Mr supervisor Sitgreave National Forest United States Forest
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H A Priebe cattleman Springerville Ariz
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Borden H L supervisor United States Forest Service Glenwood
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W E Wiltbank cattleman Eager Ariz
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VOLUME 2
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Sherwood Green representing the Madera County Sheepmens
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E T Scoyen chief ranger Grand Canyon National Park Grand Canyon
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Information and data submitted at the request of the committee
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Carl Tengwald Medford Oreg relative to the entrance fee to Crater
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Donations made from its establishment to date together with
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thereof
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Description of methods used in operating public utilities in the
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Description of methods used in operating public utilities in the national
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The public domain
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Disposition of revenues collected by the National Park Service
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Pendleton Oreg
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Lee Simonsen sheepman Thermopolis Wyo 3224
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Bernard secretary Kalispell Chamber of Commerce Kalispell Mont
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Página 321 - All purchases and contracts for supplies or services in any of the Departments of the Government, except for personal services, shall be made by advertising a sufficient time previously for proposals respecting the same, when the public exigencies do not require the immediate delivery of the articles or performance of the service.
Página 7 - Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, on and after the passage of this Act...
Página 779 - Nor shall anything herein prohibit any person from entering upon such forest reservations for all proper and lawful purposes, including that of prospecting, locating, and developing the mineral resources thereof: Provided, That such persons comply with the rules and regulations covering such forest reservations.
Página 218 - In studying new park projects, you should seek to find scenery of supreme and distinctive quality or some natural feature so extraordinary or unique as to be of national interest and importance.
Página 3 - Washington, DC The subcommittee met, pursuant to call, at 10.30 o'clock am, in the committee room, Capitol, Senator Frederick Hale presiding. Present: Senators Hale (chairman), Ball, Keyes, Pepper, Swanson, and Broussard. The subcommittee thereupon proceeded to the consideration...
Página 88 - ... lambing season; and must not be bedded within 300 yards of any running stream or living spring, except in rare cases where this restriction is clearly impracticable.
Página 361 - I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that the copy of contract hereto annexed is an exact copy of a contract made by me personally with ; that I made the same fairly without any benefit or advantage to myself, or allowing any such benefit or advantage corruptly to the said , or any other person; and that the papers accompanying include all those relating to the said contract, as required by the statute in such case made and provided.
Página 361 - Nothing, however, herein contained shall be construed to extend to any incorporated company...
Página 9 - Interior shall permit, under regulations to be prescribed by him, the free grazing within such districts of livestock kept for domestic purposes; and...
Página 353 - The proceeds heretofore or hereafter received from the lease of any lands reserved or withdrawn under the reclamation law or from the sale of the products therefrom shall be covered into the reclamation fund; and where such lands aro affected by a reservation or withdrawal under some other law. the proceeds from the lease...