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Alabama Reed, F. W. A working plan for forest lands in central Alabama. Washington. 1905.

Arizona Leiberg, J. B., and others. Forest conditions in the San Francisco Mountains forest reserve, Arizona. Washington. 1904.

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The Lewis and Clarke forest reserve, Montana. Washington. 1900. Leiberg, J. B. Forest conditions in the Absaroka division

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Washington. 1905.
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