Over 80,000 of woodland acres became the home of America’s first forestry school and the heart of the East’s first national forest formed under the Weeks Act.
Pisgah National Forest: A History
By Marci Spencer
36 in stock
36 in stock
After retiring as a nurse practitioner, Marci earned her certificate as a North Carolina environmental educator and a Blue Ridge naturalist. She is the author of "Clingman's Dome: Highest Mountain in the Great Smokies, " and a soon-to-be released children's book based on a true story, called "Potluck Message Delivered: The Great Smoky Mountains are Saved!" She was a 2012 and 2013 finalist in a local publisher's short story contest. Dr. James G. Lewis, with the Forest History Society of Durham, North Carolina, a non-profit educational institution connecting people with the forest, is the editor of the organization's journal, Forest History Today, and co-edits their blog, "Peeling Back the Bark." A graduate of Florida State University with a PhD in U.S. history, Dr. Lewis specializes in the history of the U.S. Forest Service and authored "The Forest Service and the Greatest Good: A Centennial History."
James G. Lewis, PhD
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9 in H, 6 in W, 0.3 in T, 1.1 lb Wt