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Browsing Pamphlets, Booklets, and Government Publications by Title

Browsing Pamphlets, Booklets, and Government Publications by Title

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  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1950)
    "This fact sheet has been prepared to acquaint representatives of the press, radio, and other media with the Grand Coulee Dam and Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake, which will be dedicated by President Truman, May 11, 1950. It ...
  • Unknown (1967)
    2 versions of a booklet that lists both individuals and organizations selling Christmas cards.
  • Unknown (U. S. Government Printing Office., 1962-09)
    Issued by the U.S. Department of the Interior along with the Fish and Wildlife Service and the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. Includes the migratory bird regulations, as well as season dates and limits.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1945-08)
    Extension bulletin 338, done by the agricultural extension service of the institute of agricultural science at the State College of Washington, Pullman, Washington. Includes many charts of data, based on crop.
  • Craig, Moses (UNPUBLISHED, 1894)
    This bulletin no. 32, from 1894, was done by the Oregon agricultural experiment station. Includes an illustration of each thistle, and how to prevent and kill the weeds.
  • Unknown (U. S. Government Printing Office., 1964-04)
    Issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. "The purpose of this report is to describe the means by which the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, is approaching the public need for research ...
  • Unknown (UNPUBLISHED, 1936-11-30)
    Issued by the United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. A news release following the Canadian Trade Agreement. Approximate Canadian duty given on the second page.
  • Cliff, Edward P. (U. S. Government Printing Office., 1965-12)
    Issued by the Forest Service, part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, this booklet is based on a speech that the Chief of the Forest Service, Edward P. Cliff, gave on the work done, including "patch cutting," now known ...
  • Unknown (U. S. Government Printing Office., 1962)
    Good information is given about the Lewis and Clark expedition, focusing on their stay at Fort Clatsop while on the Oregon Coast. Illustrations include Clark's ground plan of the fort and a map of the area.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1960-08-27)
    Issued by the State of Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission. Includes a program of events, including talks from Governor Albert D. Rosellini, and information about the Fort.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1955)
    Issued by the National Park System, this brochure tells the story of Fort Vancouver starting from when it was built in 1824 through its current use today as an Army post. Information is also given on the Fort Vancouver ...
  • Unknown (U. S. Government Printing Office., 1964)
    "Here are commemorated the men of the fur trade and their part in developing the Pacific Northwest." This brochure, issued by the National Park Service, tells the origins of the fort, as well as everything it has been used ...
  • Unknown (Unknown, 1968)
    Produced by the Washington Department of Fisheries, the main focus of the booklet is to explain how and why to use punch cards to record your catches when fishing. Tips are also given, as well as what is lawful and unlawful.
  • Bennett, Robert L. (U. S. Government Printing Office, 1966)
    From a speech before The National Congress of American Indians in Omaha, Nebraska.
  • Unknown (Unknown, 1956-04-01)
    Put out by The Department of Game for the State of Washington, this booklet has all fees and limits for fishing. The rules for each county in the state is also listed.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1963)
    Compiled by The Department of Game for the State of Washington, this brochure is referred to as an "area description folder." Each area's borders are described so hunters can know where they can hunt and where it is not allowed.
  • Yerkes, Guy E.; Mulford, Furman Lloyd; McCulloch, Lucia; Smith, Floyd F. (U.S. Government Printing Office., 1940)
    Issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, this booklet gives information on growing gardenias outdoors, in a greenhouse, and in the home. Discusses pests and diseases, as well.
  • Copyright Office (U. S. Government Printing Office., 1957-06)
    "7. DURATION OF STATUTORY COPYRIGHT. The first term of statutory copyright runs for twenty-eight years. The term begins on the date the work is published with the notice of copyright, or, in the case of unpublished works ...
  • Segel, Joseph M. (UNKNOWN, 1967)
    Statistical data, a lengthy message from the President, financial statements, with notes, and a list of directors fill this booklet. Black and white photographs throughout.
  • Unknown (UNKNOWN, 1955)
    Issued by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, this pamphlet tells of the geology that made the area and also the Indian petroglyphs that decorate rocks on display in the museum.

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