Rare 1919 pat. Coleman United States Forest Service USFS  Lantern | eBay

Rare 1919 pat. Coleman United States Forest Service USFS Lantern | eBay

Rare 1930s United States Forest Service USFS by SecondWindShop, $350.00

Rare 1930s United States Forest Service USFS Lantern box complete with Coleman L427 lantern

Rare 1930's Coleman United States Forest Service USFS Quick Lite Lantern #Coleman

Rare 1930's Coleman United States Forest Service USFS Quick Lite Lantern

Rare 1930's Coleman United States Forest Service USFS Quick Lite Lantern #Coleman

Web site for the United States Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory.  Part of Forest Service Research & Development, serving the Unite...

Web site for the United States Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory. Part of Forest Service Research & Development, serving the Unite...

Interactive Travel Map | United States Forest Service

Interactive Travel Map | United States Forest Service

DAR's CONSERVATION LEGACY IN ILLINOIS :: The Jubilee Project for Illinois was the reforestation of one thousand acres of public land, called 'Illinois Daughters of the American Revolution Golden Jubilee Forest.' The United States Forest Service planted 1,000 trees per acre, at $4 per acre.

DAR's CONSERVATION LEGACY IN ILLINOIS :: The Jubilee Project for Illinois was the reforestation of one thousand acres of public land, called 'Illinois Daughters of the American Revolution Golden Jubilee Forest.' The United States Forest Service planted 1,000 trees per acre, at $4 per acre.

Mary Kiona (1868-1970), famed Cowlitz basket weaver, n.d.. Courtesy United States Forest Service

Mary Kiona (1868-1970), famed Cowlitz basket weaver, n.d.. Courtesy United States Forest Service

Flickriver: Photoset 'USDA United States Forest Service ' by ...

Flickriver: Photoset 'USDA United States Forest Service ' by ...

Gifford Pinchot, first Chief of the United States Forest Service, in Pennsylvania in 1933.

The Trees Are All Right

Gifford Pinchot, first Chief of the United States Forest Service, in Pennsylvania in 1933.

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