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Thu Oct 16 17:58:18 2014 UTClccn-n822373780.00Untrammeled wilderness /0.421.00Weekend trips in the Cranberry Lake Region /57978396Bob_Marshall_(wilderness_activist)n 822373781061006Marshall, Bob 1901-1939lccn-n81059929Wilderness Society (U.S.)lccn-n79054932United StatesForest Servicelccn-n86102420Glover, James M.1950-lccn-n79071198United StatesBureau of Indian Affairslccn-n50049888Leopold, Aldo1886-1948lccn-n79150709Hott, Larryprodrtlccn-n79150710Garey, Dianeproflmdrtlccn-n82049559Chowder, Kenauslccn-n88100597Hunt, Linda1945-nrtlccn-n82008710Florentine FilmsMarshall, Robert1901-1939Pictorial worksPeriodicalsHistoryAlaskaTravelUnited StatesForests and forestryMarshall, Robert,Frontier and pioneer lifeEskimosAlaska--Brooks RangeWilderness areasConservationistsForestersEmployeesUnited States.--Forest ServiceWilderness Society (U.S.)United States.--Bureau of Indian AffairsAlaska--Koyukuk RiverAlaska--Koyukuk River ValleyLeopold, Aldo,Nature conservationZahniser, HowardForest conservationForests and forestry--Social aspectsLand tenureGovernment ownershipConservation of natural resourcesCarson, Rachel,Muir, John,National parks and reservesNew York (State)--Adirondack Mountains RegionMines and mineral resourcesRoosevelt, Theodore,Gretzky, Wayne,Gibson, Althea,Abbott, Jim,High interest-low vocabulary booksZaharias, Babe Didrikson,Marathon runningEvans, JanetRudolph, Wilma,AthletesSportsPriest River Experiment Station (Priest River, Idaho)Idaho--Frank Church-River of No Return WildernessEastern hemlockIdahoArizona--Grand Canyon National ParkUnited States--Selway-Bitterroot WildernessColorado--Rocky Mountain National ParkNew York (State)--Adirondack MountainsAlaska--Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve1901193919151922192319271929193019311932193319341936193819391940195319561962197019801982198619881989199119921993199419961997199920002002200320042005200620082009331074151917.986044F90980931ocn000381335book19330.47Marshall, RobertArctic villageAccount of author's visit to people of Wiseman, Koyukuk River region of Alaska in 1929 and 1930+-+K60155764576216ocn000131841book19560.35Marshall, RobertAlaska wilderness; exploring the Central Brooks RangeRecords Marshll's trips by foot, boat and dogsled into wilderness areas north of the Arctic Circle in the 1930's+-+73499757053928ocn000366475book19560.33Marshall, RobertArctic wilderness3186ocn048943310book19330.66Marshall, RobertThe people's forestsDevoted conservationist, environmentalist, and explorer Robert Marshall (1901-1939) was chief of the Division of Recreation and Lands, U.S. Forest Service, when he died at age thirty-eight. Throughout his short but intense life, Marshall helped catalyze the preservation of millions of wilderness acres in all parts of the U.S., inspired countless wilderness advocates, and was a pioneer in the modern environmental movement: he and seven fellow conservationists founded the Wilderness Society in 1935. First published in 1933, The People's Forests made a passionate case for the public owner+-+2053092235412ocn005305839book19300.95Marshall, RobertThe social management of American forests332ocn074669906book20060.33Marshall, RobertBob Marshall in the Adirondacks : writings of a pioneering peak-bagger, pond-hopper and wilderness preservationist+-+3590743245202ocn002916856book19380.20United StatesAlaska--its resources and development. Message from the President of the United States transmitting in accordance with Concurrent resolution 24, 1st session, 75th Congress, passed on August 21, 1937, a report on "Alaska--its resources and development."181ocn014235579book19270.98Marshall, RobertThe growth of hemlock before and after release from suppression124ocn018110322book19300.94Marshall, RobertAn experimental study of the water relations of seedling conifers with special reference to wilting111ocn008819404book19220.96Marshall, RobertThe high peaks of the Adirondacks : a brief account of the climbing of the forty-two Adirondack mountains over 4,000 feet in height by an amateur mountain climber for fellow amateurs91ocn028196046book19920.88DiNunzio, Michael GA gift of wildness : the Bob Marshall Great Wilderness81ocn018576790book19390.47Marshall, RobertDoonerak or bust : a letter to friends about an Arctic vacation41ocn080578474book19380.74United StatesRegional planning. Part VII, Alaska--its resources and development, December 193731ocn213711672serial0.95United StatesGrand Canyon National Park, ArizonaPeriodicals31ocn006571180book19231.00Marshall, RobertWeekend trips in the Cranberry Lake Region21ocn702616118book19221.00Marshall, RobertThe high peaks of the Adirondacks21ocn032348258mix1.00Marshall, RobertCorrespondence, documents, and other materials, relating to Marshall's career and Robert Marshall Civil Liberties Trust, which was established in his honor21ocn048653581book19150.95United StatesThe Rocky Mountain national parkHistoryPictorial works11ocn122560084mixZon, RaphaelRaphael Zon papers11ocn313806824mixOberholtzer, Ernest CErnest C. Oberholtzer papersThe papers focus on northern Minnesota conservation issues, particularly the creation and management of Superior National Forest, the Quetico Provincial Forest Reserve (Canada), Kabetogama State Forest, the Boudary Waters Canoe Area, and Voyageurs National Park; lake levels and hydroelectric power development in the Rainy Lake watershed; and attempts to marshall support for forest reserves, natural resource conservation, and wilderness values in general among the United States and Canadian governments and public. There is also much information about the lives and customs of the Ojibwe Indians, and about Oberholtzer's personal life, friends, and activities. His correspondents included many noted conservationists and public figures5042ocn014002470book19860.24Glover, James MA wilderness original : the life of Bob MarshallHistoryBiography+-+077613343519910ocn027481006visu19910.56Wild by lawHistoryBiographyThe Wilderness Act of 1964 is the legacy of three men: Wilderness Society Founder Bob Marshall, forester-philosopher Aldo Leopold, and activist Howard Zahniser. Looks at how these three men struggled against the current of American thought during industrialization of the 1920s, the war years of the 1940s, and the boom years of the 1950s. Eventually their actions caused a profound shift in American attitudes toward preservation of wild lands311ocn037693069visu19970.08Rediscovering America champions of the landA look at five pioneers of conservation in the United States including John Muir, Aldo Leopold, Robert Marshall, Rachel Carson, and Roselee Edge251ocn028311524book19920.08SportsHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyUne encyclopédie aux informations élémentaires, aux illustrations excellentes et à la mise en pages dynamique: une agréable invitation à découvrir. [SDM]181ocn456118123book20090.24Moore, AnneMarieWild places preserved : the story of Bob Marshall in IdahoHistorySources"This book is a history in documents, an attempt--with a focus just on Idaho--to collect and place in context the many primary sources dealing with Marshall's work both in and on Idaho. Most of these sources are published here for the first time."--P. xii171ocn003169924book19390.84Marshall, RobertNorth Doonerak, Amawk and Apoon : another letter to friends about an Arctic exploration between June 23 and July 16, 1939121ocn021072066book19880.59Brown, William EGaunt beauty-- tenuous life : historic resources study, Gates of the Arctic National Park and PreserveHistory"Historic resources study dates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, National Park Service, Alaska, January, 1988". Includes historic photographs, maps, quotation from contemporary descriptions of the Brooks Range, northwest Alaska and the town of Bettles, as well as an outline of the history of the region (native peoples, exploration, mining, effects of the Klondike and modern settlement). Extensive bibliography72ocn068809871visu19940.18Champions of the landA look at pioneers of conservation in the United States including John Muir, Aldo Leopold, Robert Marshall, and Rachel Carson21ocn010605824book19561.00Marshall, RobertRobert Marshall (1901-1939) : writingsBiography21ocn058398551file0.92Owen, Margaret Regina HartMargaret Owen Papers 1928-1981PhotographsRecords and correspondenceChiefly letters (1930-1931) written by Robert Marshall while in Wiseman, Alaska. Marshall sent the lengthy letters to his sister who made copies and sent them on to a designated group of friends and family. In the letters Marshall discussed everything from Alaskan wildlife and wilderness to small community happenings and people he encountered. The collection also includes a single letter addressed solely to Margaret Owen, a photo of Owen, a few photos of Marshall, and a few group photos from the Priest River, Idaho, station in 192811ocn721346918rcrd20030.47Brandborg, Stewart MStewart Brandborg is interviewed by Roger Kaye on March 20, 2003 in Darby, MontanaHistoryInterviewsH2011-13-01 SIDE B. Stewart Brandborg talks about Sig Olson's interest in wilderness, early influences on his choice of career, the emergence of conservation as a force in our society, and the great qualities of Howard Zanhiser, Sig Olson and Olaus Murie11ocn720063616rcrd19930.47Collins, GeorgeGeorge Collins is interviewed by Roger Kaye on March 28, 1993 in Phoenix, ArizonaHistoryInterviewsH95-76-01 SIDE B. George Collins talks about Robert Marshall, preserving wilderness, drawing the boundaries for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, hunting for the Natives, why a national park in the region would have been a better idea after all, Ginny Wood, Celia Hunter, stepping over the bounds as a federal employee, and A.E. Demaray11ocn317073772art2008Proescholdt, KevinUntrammeled wilderness11ocn039403655visu19930.47Wild by lawHistoryDocuments the efforts of Aldo Leopold, Bob Marshall, and Howard Zahnizer to promote the American Wilderness Act of 1964. Archival footage and location filming support the points made11ocn858876694rcrd19820.47Murie, Margaret EMargaret Murie is interviewed by Joseph Meeker on April 24, 1982 on San Juan Island, WashingtonHistoryInterviewsMargaret Murie talks about her relationship with wilderness, growing up in Fairbanks, Alaska, her surroundings in Fairbanks, honeymooning with her husband, Olaus Murie, in the Koyukuk country, influence of her husband, John Muir, concern about wilderness in the 1920s, Bob Marshal, first preservations of wilderness in Wyoming and New Mexico, Art Carhart, concerns in the Superior Lake area about lumber companies, individuals worried about conservation and the outcome of development, bob Marshal starting the Wilderness Society in 1935, the beginning of the national park idea in 1872, the continued need to preserve wilderness, the beginning of cooperation between conservation groups in 1950, why the conservation movement has worked, what wilderness means to people in the United States, encouraged by young people and their interest in preserving wilderness, the need for breathing space including urban dwellers, being an optimist, the uniqueness of Alaska and the need to preserve it, D-2 lands, and the connection between the women's movement and the wilderness movement11ocn309423431rcrd19920.47English, Shirley MShirley English discusses photographs on August 4, 1992HistoryShirley and Bill English discuss their photographs11ocn050908665mix0.10Robert Marshall Wilderness FundRobert Marshall Wilderness Fund recordsArchivesThe records are those of Thurman Trosper while trustee and manager of the fund. They include correspondence, financial records and copies of the last will and testament of Robert Marshall11ocn309423069rcrd19920.47Nelson, Richard KRichard K. Nelson is interviewed by William Schneider on September 22, 1992HistoryBiographyRichard Nelson talks about his personal background, his work as an anthropologist, subsistence studies for the National Park Service, subsistence by non-Natives in the Gates of the Arctic National Park, his home on the Koyukuk River, Huslia, and the spirituality of the Koyukon Indians11ocn309423731rcrd19910.47Brown, William EBill Brown is interviewed by William Schneider on May 7, 1991HistoryOn H91-22-03 Bill Brown talks about his family history, his personal history, personal history of influential figures, professional history, National Park Service technical publications, Ronny Lee, public affairs, Bob Utley, John Cook, task force, publications, The Island of Hope, West Power Plant grid, environmentalism and National Recreation and Parks Association. Barry Tindel, history, nature, recreation, social adventures, 14HL Program, Las Trampas, cultural choice, Russian Bishop's House at Sitka, Alaska Environmental Information and Data Center11ocn081846148visu1.00Marshall, RobertPhotographs of western wilderness areasPhotographsPictorial worksPhotographs show views of wilderness areas in the western United States. Includes views relating to forestry (some forest fires), desert scenes, outings, portraits, and related views. Some views show Robert Marshall and the Wilderness Society+-+2053092235+-+2053092235Thu Oct 16 15:11:08 EDT 2014batch24923