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" ... steam railways. The cultivation of the soil, with or without irrigation, will be hampered by the increased cost of agricultural tools, fencing, and the wood needed for other purposes about a farm. Irrigated agriculture will suffer most of all, for... "
Hearings - Página 824
por United States. 60th Congress. 2d session., 1908-1909. House. [from old catalog] - 1908
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Pulp and Paper Investigation Hearings: April 25, 1908-Feb ..., Volúmenes36-42

United States. Congress. House. Select Committee Under House Resolution 344 - 1909
...all, for the destruction of the forests means the loss of the waters as surely as night follows the day. With the rise in the cost of producing food,...average citizen will inevitably feel the pinch on every eide. And the forests have already begun to fail, as the direct result of the suicidal policy of forest...
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Tariff Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means of the ..., Volumen3

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means - 1909
...farm. Irrigated agriculture will suffer most of all, for the destruction of the forests means the loss of the waters as surely as night follows day. With...by the difficulties of the primary Industries upon wliich It depends. In a word, when the forests fail, the daily life of the average citizen will inevitably...
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The Fight for Conservation

Gifford Pinchot - 1910 - 150 páginas
...Irrigated agriculture will suffer most of all, for the destruction of the forests means the loss ? of the waters as surely as night follows day. With...side. And the forests have already begun to fail, as the direct result of the suicidal policy of forest destruction which the people of the United States...
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Wisconsin Arbor and Bird Day Annual

1909
...farm. Irrigated agriculture will suffer most of all, for the destruction of the forests means the loss of the waters as surely as night follows day. With...side. And the forests have already begun to fail, as the direct result of the suicidal policy of forest destruction which the people of the United States...
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... Public Service

James Rudolph Garfield - 1911 - 395 páginas
...farm. Irrigated agriculture will suffer most of all, for the destruction of the forests means the loss of the waters as surely as night follows day. With...side. And the forests have already begun to fail, as the direct result of the suicidal policy of forest destruction which the people of the United States...
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The Outlook, Volumen87

1907
...farm. Irrigated agriculture will suffer most of all, for the destruction of the forests means the loss of the waters as surely as night follows day. With...forests fail, the daily life of the average citizen vflll inevitably feel the pinch on every side. And the forests have already begun to fail, as the direct...
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New Outlook: 1907, Volumen87

1907
...farm. Irrigated agriculture will suffer most of all, for the destruction of the forests means the loss of the waters as surely as night follows day. With...side. And the forests have already begun to fail, as the direct result of the suicidal policy of forest destruction which the people of the United States...
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Americans and Their Forests: A Historical Geography

Michael Williams - 1992 - 599 páginas
...own right, his assertion that the famine was already present was alarming. "In a word," he concluded, "when the forests fail the daily life of the average...every side. And the forests have already begun to fail as a direct result of the suicidal policy of forest destruction which the people of the United States...
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Thinking Through the Environment: A Reader

Mark J. Smith - 1999 - 435 páginas
...farm. Irrigated agriculture will suffer most of all, for the destruction of the forests means the loss of the waters as surely as night follows day. With...side. And the forests have already begun to fail, as the direct result of the suicidal policy of forest destruction which the people of the United States...
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Debates: Official Report, Volumen3

Canada. Parliament. House of Commons - 1908
...all, for the destruction of the forests means the loss of the waters as surely as night follows the day. With the rise in the cost of producing food,...side. And the forests have already begun to fail, as the direct result of the suicidal policy of forest destruction which the people of the United States...
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