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" The great significance of this congress comes from the fact that henceforth the movement for the conservative use of the forest is to come mainly from within, not from without ; from the men who are actively interested in the use of the forest in one... "
Biennial of the General Federation of Women's Clubs: Official Proceedings ... - ˹ 226
General Federation of Women's Clubs - 1906
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Proceedings of the American Forest Congress Held at Washington, D.C ...

1905 - 474 ˹
...the understanding that they must work for a common end work to see the forest preserved for use. The great significance of this Congress comes from...is philanthropic and general. The difference means, as the difference in such a case always does mean, to a large extent the difference between mere agitation...

Report of the State Board of Forestry and of the State Park ..., 5

Indiana. State Board of Forestry - 1906
...hold some of them, but only as trustee. The forest is for use, and its users will decide its future. The great significance of this congress comes from...agitation and actual execution, between the hope of accomplishment and the thing done. We believe that at last forces have been set in motion which will...

The Minnesota Horticulturist: Annual report of the Minnesota ..., 34

Minnesota State Horticultural Society - 1906
...recall the personnel of that convention and the inspiring address of the President in which he said : "The great significance of this congress comes from...agitation and actual execution, between the hope of accomplishment and the thing done." Yes, as we recall the thrill of hope that alternated with a pang...

A Compilation of the Messages and Speeches of Theodore Roosevelt ..., 1

United States. President, Theodore Roosevelt - 1906
...hold some of them, but only as trustees. The forest is for use and its users will decide its future. The great .significance of this congress comes from...extent the difference between mere agitation and actual accomplishment and the thing done. We believe that at last forces have been set in motion which will...

Annual Reports of the Officers of State of the State of Indiana, 2

Indiana - 1906
...for use, and its users will decide its future. Tlie great significance of this congress conies f rum the fact that henceforth the movement for the conservative...difference means to a large extent the difference lietween mere agitation and actual execution, between the hope of accomplishment and the thing dono....

Wisconsin Arbor Day Annual

1906
...with the understanding that they must work for a common end, work to see the forest preserved for use. The great significance of this congress comes from...those whose interest is philanthropic and general. * * * I shall not pretend this afternoon to even describe to you the place of the forest in the life...

A Compilation of the Messages and Speeches of Theodore Roosevelt ..., 1

United States. President, Theodore Roosevelt - 1906
...conservative use of the forest is to come mainly from within, not from without ; from the men who are actiyely interested in the use of the forest in one way or...extent the difference between mere agitation and actual accomplishment and the thing done. We believe that at last forces have been set in motion which will...

Report of the State Board of Forestry and of the State Park ..., 5

Indiana. State Board of Forestry - 1906
...hold some of them, but only as trustee. The forest is for use, and its users will decide its future. The great significance of this congress comes from...interested in the use of the forest in one way or r.nother, even more than from those whose interest is philanthropic and general. The difference means...

Sierra Club Bulletin, 5

Sierra Club - 1905
...be read as a whole, but perhaps the following quotation will give the central idea of the speech : " The great significance of this congress comes from...difference between mere agitation and actual execution." This is what we have looked forward to namely, the time when public sentiment in favor of a rational...

Sierra Club Bulletin, 5

1905
...be read as a whole, but perhaps the following quotation will give the central idea of the speech : " The great significance of this congress comes from...difference between mere agitation and actual execution." This is what we have looked forward to namely, the time when public sentiment in favor of a rational...




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