Some startling facts about Canada's forests
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- Barnjum, Frank J. D., d. 1933.
Some startling facts about Canada's forests : raw materials for wood using industries in a very serious condition : export of fee land wood must be stopped
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 87535
- [Canada? : s.n., 1920?]
FC 02 0203 no. 87535
Forêts -- Protection -- Canada.
Forest protection -- Canada.
Forêts -- Conservation -- Canada.
Forest conservation -- Canada.
- Document source
- Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Archives of Ontario, Library, Toronto.
1 microfiche (13 fr.)
"Reprinted from the Pulp and Paper Magazine of Canada, January 1, 1920."
"'The million or more cords of wood that is being annually shipped to the United States, returning only about 15 million dollars, if made into pulp and paper here would not only enrich this country to the extent of more than eighty million dollars per year, but would prolong the life of all our paper mills, a period of at least five or six years beyond their present expectancy.'"
14 p. ; 22 cm.