2 edition of primary wood-using industry of the lower peninsula of Michigan for the year 1935. found in the catalog.
primary wood-using industry of the lower peninsula of Michigan for the year 1935.
Willett F. Ramsdell
by George Willis Pack Forestry Foundation, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HC107.M5 M55 no. 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||agr38000456|
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From to , a state trapper system was in effect. The bounty was reinstated in and repealed in , after wolves were nearly extirpated from Michigan. The mining industry has been essential for Marquettes economy since its founding in The Upper Peninsula was considered a useless piece of inhospitable land up until Douglas Houghton discovered copper in the Keweenaw Peninsula in Soon after, William Burt discovered iron ore in the Upper Peninsula in
History of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Containing a Full Account of its Early Settlement; Its Growth, Development and Resources; an Extended Description of its Iron and Copper Mines. Also, Accurate Sketches of its Counties, Cities, Towns and Villages, their Improvements, Industries, Manufactories; Biographical Sketches, Portraits of. surveys of Michigan's timber resource are dated , , and Department's canvass of all primary wood-using plants in the State were in the Southern Lower Peninsula percent, of the southern Lower Peninsula, forest land de-.
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Primary wood-using industry of the lower peninsula of Michigan for the year Ann Arbor, George Willis Pack Forestry Foundation, University of Michigan, (OCoLC) The primary wood using industry of the lower peninsula of Michigan for the year ,Author: Willett Forrest. Ramsdell.
Wood Using Industry Assistance. Michigan’s wood products industry is a significant part of our State’s economy. InMichigan forest products industries contributions included $ in output or sales, $ billion in value added, and support + jobs.
THE PRIMARY WOOD-USING INDUSTRY OF THE LOWER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN FOR THE YEAR University of Michigan, School of Forestry and Conservation. Bulletin No. Ann Arbor.
9 x 6, softcover, pp, 7 figures, library stamps to front wrapper else clean. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maxwell, Hu, Wood-using industries of Michigan.
Lansing, Mich., Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co., state printers. Logging expanded rapidly, and by the end of the Civil War, Michigan was the top lumber-producing state in the Union, producing more than million board feet of lumber per year.
Most trees were felled by axes until the s, when crosscut saws were improved so that they could be used to. Alma is located in a rural area in the center of Michigan's lower peninsula.
Major industries include manufacturing of automotive parts, plastic extrusions, drainage and metal products. Some part-time work available for students. Area has access to rail service and. A BRIEF HISTORY OF MICHIGAN Michigan Before the Europeans When French explorers first visited Michigan in the early seventeenth century, there were approximatelyNative Americans living in the Great Lakes region.
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(“GDS”) c oordinated to complete this assessment of electric energy efficiency potential for the Lower Peninsula for the Michigan Public Service Commission. The furniture industry in Grand Rapids, the paper industry in Kalamazoo, and numerous other industries were in themselves sufficient to ensure the state's increasing industrial importance.
Bythe most successful of the new models, Detroit's Cadillac and the first Fords, together with the Oldsmobile, had made Michigan the leading. West to Far Michigan: Settling the Lower Peninsula, East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, Includes chapters on the Native Americans before and on the transfer of land.
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Directory of Primary and Secondary Wood-Using Industries of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan and Buyers and Jobbers of Primary. Ramsdell, Willett F. Published by U of Michigan. During the early 20th century, manufacturing industries became the main source of revenue for Michigan – in large part, because of the automobile.
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Michigan is the only one of the states to be split into two large land segments: the sparsely populated but mineral-rich Upper Peninsula (commonly called “the U.P.”) slices eastward from northern Wisconsin between Lakes Superior and Michigan, and the mitten-shaped Lower Peninsula reaches northward from Indiana andfor most Michigan residents, an upturned right.
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