1867: Should Wisconsin's Forests Be Saved?
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Students see that by the 1850s, Wisconsin's lumber industry had penetrated far into the Northwoods. They investigate the report of Increase Lapham, who was commissioned to write a report on forest preservation in Wisconsin in 1867.
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