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A Short Video History of America's Mighty Forests

A video mini-history of America's forests from Colonial discovery through the 20th century, courtesy of Lee Tigner, craftsman at

2 comments: said...

where can Iget the sound track from.Tom.

Daniel J. Franco said...

Tom, I suggest you contact Lee Tigner. His contact info is 740 Smith Circle, Dawsonville, Georgia 30534, lee[at], (770) 344- 8920, which can be found at