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Balsam and Defective Spruce Left after Cutting
Balsam and Defective Spruce Left after Cutting
Coniferous Type Replaced by Grassland, Stuart Lake
Coniferous Type Replaced by Grassland, Stuart Lake
Cut-over Spruce-Balsam Type, Giscome
Cut-over Spruce-Balsam Type, Giscome
Debris on Ground
Debris on Ground
Growth of Ferns on Exposed Soil
Growth of Ferns on Exposed Soil
Method of Marking Plots
Method of Marking Plots
Opening Made by Logging Road
Opening Made by Logging Road
Richard Corless Funeral Ledger transcript
Richard Corless Funeral Ledger transcript
Second Growth Fir Type, Giscome
Second Growth Fir Type, Giscome
Second Growth Spruce from Seed Tree after Old Fire, Stuart Lake
Second Growth Spruce from Seed Tree after Old Fire, Stuart Lake
Slash and Unmerchantable Balsam Left by Logging
Slash and Unmerchantable Balsam Left by Logging
Spruce Coming in after Old Burn from Seed Trees under Alternate Crop of Aspen, Prince George
Spruce Coming in after Old Burn from Seed Trees under Alternate Crop of Aspen, Prince George
Spruce Coming in after Old Burn from Seed Trees under Alternate Crop of Aspen, Prince George
Spruce Coming in after Old Burn from Seed Trees under Alternate Crop of Aspen, Prince George
Spruce Reproduction in Mineral Soil on Railway Cut
Spruce Reproduction in Mineral Soil on Railway Cut
Spruce-Balsam Slash Piled and Burned to Form Fire Guard
Spruce-Balsam Slash Piled and Burned to Form Fire Guard
Spruce-Balsam Type Cut Over (1919) and Burned (1920), Sample Plot No. 4 (Hope's), Penny
Spruce-Balsam Type Cut Over (1919) and Burned (1920), Sample Plot No. 4 (Hope's), Penny
Spruce-Balsam Type Logged and Burned, Penny Ranger Station
Spruce-Balsam Type Logged and Burned, Penny Ranger Station
Spruce-Balsam Type Replaced by Meadows, Cottonwood River
Spruce-Balsam Type Replaced by Meadows, Cottonwood River
Spruce-Balsam Type Six Years after Logging with No Fresh Reproduction
Spruce-Balsam Type Six Years after Logging with No Fresh Reproduction
Spruce-Balsam Type, Giscome
Spruce-Balsam Type, Giscome
Typical Stand of Balsam Left after Logging
Typical Stand of Balsam Left after Logging
Unburned and Burned Cutting of 1918 at Hutton
Unburned and Burned Cutting of 1918 at Hutton