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A Reconnaissance of the Effects of a Forest Fire on Water Quality in Kings Canyon National Park California National Park Service Water Resources Division; National Park Service
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1976-08
Air tanker operations base, air tankers in the left, operations vehicles to the right Great Smoky Mountains National Park Air tanker operations. Copied from Forest Service photograph.Air Tanker, II-E-6918, Physical Facilities - Equipment
1963
Air tanker operations, two men running, air tanker tail on the top left, operations vehicles to the right Great Smoky Mountains National Park Air tanker operations. Copied from Forest Service photograph.Air Tanker, II-E-6919, Physical Facilities - Equipment
1963
Basin Hollow fire, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia Kings Mountain National Military Park #3 of 4 Basin Hollow Fire (Shen. N. P.)
Blanket Mountain fire, 1922 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Original Captions: 0; Blanket Mountain Fire; III-L-18183.Blanket Mountain Fire, III-L-18183
1922
Both dead and living chestnut were cut here. Fire Hazard Reduction, Chasteen Creek, 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Both dead and living chestnut were cut here. The living chestnut was all diseased and would be dead in three years or less...Cuting to thick for a slope as thick with chestnut and on as steep a slope...Area logged about 1927. Only dead chestnut should be cut to hold down sprouting...Debris not scattered. SE exposure...Cut in January 1935. X" painted on oak stump from which picture was taken.", Fire Hazard Reduction; Chasteen Creek, IV-Z-4369, Miscellaneous
1935-03-22
Burn site, Congaree National Park Congaree National Park Burn - Central Site North Boundary
Chestnut slash cut January 1935 in area logged about 1927, slash not flattened or scattered, Fire Hazard Reduction, Chasteen Creek, 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Chestnut slash cut January 1935 in area logged about 1927; slash not flattened or scattered,Fire Hazard Reduction; Chasteen Creek, IV-Z-4368, Miscellaneous
1935-03-22
Close up showing grass that was burned in Cedar Spring Valley area, 1938 Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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1938-04-11
Completed steel fire lookout tower at HickoryCabin, 1938 Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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1938-08-28
Construction, men laying foundation for fire lookouts at Hickory cabin, 1939 Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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1939-02
Construction, men laying foundation for fire lookouts at Hickory cabin, 1939 Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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1939-02
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1939-03-17
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1939-03-17
Cutting here mostly for aesthetic reasons. Fire hazard very high due to spruce slash. Fire Hazard Reduction, State Line, 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cutting here mostly for aesthetic reasons...Fire hazard very high due to spruce slash. Almost impossible to travel through the area except by trail, or the old RR grade. Dead snags, mostly spruce, probably injured during logging...They were probably decayed some at the time of logging and not worth cutting.Fire Hazard Reduction; State Line, IV-Z-4383, Miscellaneous
1935-04-04
Dead chestnut trees were cut down, piled up, and burned, thus reducing the danger of forest fires in the dead and dry wood, fire hazard reduction, circa 1936 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Original Captions: Dead chestnut trees were cut down, piled up, and burned, thus reducing the danger of forest fires in the dead and dry wood. Fire Hazard Reduction; III-C-CCC-16575, History - Campgrounds and Picnic Areas - Cataloochee CCC Camp .Dead chestnut trees were cut down, piled up, and burned, thus reducing the danger of forest fires in the dead and dry wood.Fire Hazard Reduction, III-C-CCC-16575, History - Campgrounds and Picnic Areas - Cataloochee CCC Camp
Circa 1936
Debris after scattering, Fire Hazard Reduction, Jump-up ridge trail, 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Debris after scattering...Fire Hazard Reduction; Jump-up ridge trail, IV-Z-4379, Miscellaneous
1935-08-27

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