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U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service
FOREST PRODUCTS LABORATORY
In cooperation with the University of Wisconsin
List of Publications on
WOOD-USING INDUSTRIES AND TIMBER MARKETING
AS ISSUED BY VARIOUS STATES
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List of Publications on
Wood-Using Industries and Timber L>1rketing
as Issued by Various States
The following list of publications deals with wood-
using industries and the marketing of forest products in the
various states as compiled by the Forest Products Laboratory.
The first named publication under each state is the latest
bulletin on either of the subjects. Earlier publications are
included in order that the references may be complete. For
many states these early publications are not available for
distribution. They can be found, however, in many of the
larger public libraries. Publications starred (*) are in
that class. Publications double starred (**) can be had
upon application to the U. S. Forest Service, Washington,
D. C., if they are not available from original sources.
Those not starred may be obtained from the sources shown.
Some of the publications listed deal exclusively
with wood-using industries and marketing of forest products;
others deal only in part with the above subjects; while still
others contain only lists of consumers of various wood prod-
ucts. Investigations of wood-using industries or marketing
of forest products have not been T.-.de by the states not listed,
so far as is known.
**7ood-Using Industries of Alabama. Lumber Trade Jour-
nal, New Orleans, La. M'ay 1, 1912.
Report of the Bureau of Mlines, Manufactures and Agri-
culture, Little Rock. 1924. (Includes a list
of wood-using industries).
*Wood-Using Industries and National Forests of Arkansas.
U.S. Forest Service Bulletin 106, Washington, D. C.
*Wood-Using Industries of California. Bulletin 3,
State Board of Forestry, Sacr-:icnto. 1912.
Uses of Lumber and Wood in Connecticut. State Parkc
and Forest Commission, Hartford. 1928.
**7ood-Using Industries of Connecticut. Bulletin 174,
Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Storrs.
**Wood-Using Industries of Florida.
culture, Tallahassee. 1913.
Department of Agri-
Uses of Georgia Woods.
Georgia Forest Service,
**Wood-Using Industries of Georgia. Lumber Trade Jour-
nal, New Orleans, La. March 15, 1915.
Idaho Forest and Timber Handbook.
University of Idaho, Moscow.
School of Forestry,
*Wood-Using Industries of Idaho. Pacific Lumber Trade
Journal, Seattle, Wash. July, 1912.
List of '-larkets for Illinois Forest Products. Ex-
tension Service, University of Illinois, Urbana.
marketing Illinois Forest Products.
University of Illinois, Urbana.
**-ood-Using Industries of Illinois. Department of Horti-
culture, University of Illinois, Urbana. 1914.
Marketing Indiana Timber. Bulletin 335, Agricultural
Experiment Station, Purdue University, Lafayette.
List of Timber Buying Industries of Indiana. Mimeo-
graph list. Agricultural Experiment Station, Pur-
due University, Lafayette.
**7ood-Using Industries of Indiana.
Chicago, ili. March 1, 1916.
**Wood-Using Industries of Iowa. Bulletin 142, Iowa
Agricultural Experiment Station, Amcs. 1913.
*Wood-Using Industries of Kentucky. Departtr:ent of Agri-
culture Labor and Statistics, Frankfort. 1908.
*7ood-Using Industries of Louisiana. Lumber Trade Jour-
nal, New Orleans. January 1, 1912.
::aine Hardwoods. Bulletin 4, Maine Forest Service,
**T7ood-Using Industries of Maine.
*1ood-Using Industries of Maryland.
Board of Forestry, Annapolis.
Wood-Using Industries of Massachusetts.
Forest School, Petersham. 1928.
*Wood-Using Industries of Massachusetts.
of Conservation, Boston. 1910.
**Wood-Using Industries of Michigan. Pu
Commission, Lansina:. 1912.
Lumber Production and Wood Utilization in Southeastern
Minnesota. Bulletin 271, Agricultural Experi .nt
Station, University of :innesota, St. Paul. 1930.
*7ood-Using Industries of Minnesota.
Board, St. Paul. 1913.
**,ood-Using Industries of Mississippi. Lumber Trade
Journal, New Orleans, La. March 15, 1912.
**Wood-Using Industries of M.issouri.
rian, St. Louis. M-trch 15, 1912.
St. Louis Lumber-
Montana Forest and Timber Handbook. School of Forestry,
State University, i:issoula. 1926.
*Wood-Using Industries of Montana. Timberma7;, Portland,
Ore. Nov. 1, 1912.
Wood-Using Industries of New Hampshire. New Hampshire
Forests, Concord. Dec. 1927-Dec. 1929. (Accounts
of representative plants).
:.i rketing of Lumber in New Hamnipshire.
School, Petersham, :ass. 1925.
Biennial Reports, Forestry Department, Concord.
of wood-using industries).
*'2ood-Using Industries of New H-tmpshire.
mission, Concord. 1912
**Wood-Using Industries of Ne\ Jersey.
Reservation Commission, Trenton.
Forest and Park
Wood-Using Industries of No';:; York. Technical Bulletin
27. New York State College of Forestry, Syracuse
University, Syracuse. 1928.
New York (continued)
*Technical Bulletin 14 (same title and source as above)
*Series XIV, No. 2 (same title and source as above)
Wood-Using Industries of North Carolina.
of Commerce and Development, Raleigh.
.**Wood-Using Industries of North Carolina. North Caro-
lina Geologic and Economic Survay, Economic Paper
No. 20, Chapel Hill. 1910.
Lumber Production in Ohio. Bulletin of Ohio Agricul-
tural Experiment Station, Wooster. June, 1931.
**Wood-Using Industries of Ohio.
periment Station, Wooster.
Ohio Agricultural Ex-
Report of Bureau of Labor, 1929-1930, Salem.
a list of the wood-using industries).
Oregon Hardwood Industries. Studies in Business No.
4, University of Oregon, Eugene. 1929.
*Wood-Using Industries of Oregon.
Association, Portland. 1911.
**Wood-Using Industries of Pennsylvania.
Forestry, Harrisbur--. 1914.
Depart,:- nt of
Yearbook, 1930. Department of Agriculture, Cov.erce
and Industries Columbia (List of woodworking- plants,
**Wood-Using Industries of South Carolina. Department of
Agriculture, Commerce and Industries, Columbia.
Marketing W.oodlot Products in Tennessee. Vol.VII,
No. 3, Resources of Tennessee, State Geological Sur-
vey, Nashville. 1917. (List of wood-using in-
**Wood-Using Industries of Tennessee. Southern Lumb:-r-
man, Nashville. May 25, 1912.
**Wood-Using Industries of Texas. Lumbier Trade Journal,
New Orleans, La. June 15, 1912.
Annual Cut, Consumption and Value of Forest Products in
Vermont, Forestry Pub. 32, Vermont Forest Service,
Wood-Using Industries of Vermont. Extension Service,
University of Vermont, Burlington. 1928.
**Wood-Using Industries of Vermont. Vermont Forestry
Publication '"o. 11. Department of Agriculture and
Forestry, Montpelier. 1913.
Marketing Woodlot Products in Virginia. Bulletin,
Agricultural Experiment Station, Blac-sb'ourg.
Wood-Using Industries of Virg"inia. Engineering" ix-
tension Bulletin 21, Virginia Polytechnic Insti-
tute, Blacksburg. 1929.
*Wood-Using Industries of Virginia. Departie-:nt of Ag-
riculture and Irn-:iigration, Richmond. 191?.
The Forest and the Wood-Using Industry of Washiw-:.ton.
(six parts) West Coast Lumberman, Seattle.
Issues of '_Ly 1, 1927 to July 15, 1927 inclusive.
**The Wood-Using Industries of Washington. Pacific
Lumber Trade Journal, Seattle. Nov. 1911.
West Virginia Forests and Forest Products. Bulletin
74, West Virginia Depart.,nt of Agriculture,
**Wood-Using Industries of West Virginia.
Department of Agriculture, Charleston.
*Wisconsin's Wood-Using Industries. Bulletin 67, Wis-
consin Department of Agriculture, 1.adison. 10/24.
*A Study of the Wisconsin Wood-Using Industries.
Forestry Departmnent, Madison. 1910.
Rather complete lists of secondary wood-using in-
dustries and manufacturers of dimension stock for each of the
southern and southeastern states are published in Southern
Lumberman, Nashville, Tennessee, issue of Decer-iber 15, 1929.
The states for which lists are published are: Alabama,
Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, M.ississippi,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia,
and West Virginia.
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