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Unformatted text preview: Florence Bramhall-she was the main lobbyist in Minneapolis, she talked to Pinchot and Roosevelt, she was the one that created the Minnesota National Forest, Bureau of Forestry-the division of forestry was elevated to this term in 1901, every year Pinchot got more and more procreations and his agency grew, hired young people from Yale/other universities, took 7 years but Pinchot got the forest reserves to be transferred to the bureau of forestry Transfer Act (1905)-act of congress which transferred the forest reserves (national forests) from the department of agriculture to the bureau of forestry U.S. Forest Service National Forests Theodore Roosevelt-similar to Pinchot, wealthy New York banking family, went to Harvard, Boone and Crockett Club William McKinley Conservation Ultilitarian conservation...
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- Spring '08