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" ... necessarily unsuited by their training and traditions to take the broad view, and to gather and transmit to the Congress the commercial and industrial information and forecasts, upon which waterway improvement must always so largely rest. Furthermore,... "
The Fight for Conservation - Page 86
by Gifford Pinchot - 1910 - 150 pages
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Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers

Electric engineering - 1909
...the same principle apply to navigable streams as to non-navigable?" the following statement is made: Every stream is a unit from its source to its mouth,...ownership of the lands through which they pass as in the public domain of National Forests. Summing up the subject, Mr. Pinchot states: It (the conservation...
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Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers

Electrical engineering - 1909
...the same principle apply to navigable streams as to non-navigable?" the following statement is made: Every stream is a unit from its source to its mouth,...ownership of the lands through which they pass as in the public domain of National Forests. Summing up the subject, Mr. Pinchot states: It (the conservation...
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Selected Articles on the Conservation of Natural Resources

Clara Elizabeth Fanning - Debates and debating - 1913 - 153 pages
...are the most important. 6. Does the same principle apply to navigable streams as to non-navigable? Water power on non-navigable streams usually results...ownership of the lands through which they pass, as in the public domain and national forests. It is just as essential for the public welfare that the...
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Proceedings of the ... Continental Congress of the National ..., Volume 22

Daughters of the American Revolution. Continental Congress - 1913
...largely or wholly prevented by the adoption of a vigorous public policy of stream control; and Whereas, Every stream is a unit from its source to its mouth; and Whereas, All the Governors of all the States in conference assembled in their unanimous declaration...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1912
...must always so largely rest. Furthermore, they have failed to grasp the great underlying fact that every stream is a unit from its source to its mouth, and that all its uses are interdependent. Prominent officers of the Engineer Corps have recently even gone...
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American Presidents: Farewell Messages to the Nation, 1796-2001

Gleaves Whitney - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 477 pages
...must always so largely rest. Furthermore, they have failed to grasp the great underlying fact that every stream is a unit from its source to its mouth, and that all its uses are interdependent. Prominent officers of the Engineer Corps have recently even gone...
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