Did Georgia-Pacific Cut Trees Inside the National Park Line?

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Battle for the Redwoods Exhibit

Title

Did Georgia-Pacific Cut Trees Inside the National Park Line?

Subject

Redwood National Park
Georgia-Pacific
Logging
Sierra Club
Citizens for a Redwood National Park
Redwood Park Bill S. 2515

Description

A newspaper article examining accusations against Georgia-Pacific due to logging within the boundaries of the new Redwood National Park. Georgia-Pacific makes a claim that the borders are far too hazy and that they are willing to comply if given better instructions and maps. The article also includes a history of interactions with Georgia-Pacific concerning the creation of a park.

Identifier

Redwood National Park - 1967

Source

HSU Special Collections

Publisher

Times-Standard

Date

11/24/1967

Language

English

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Original Format

Newspaper

Citation

“Did Georgia-Pacific Cut Trees Inside the National Park Line?,” Researching the Redwoods, accessed September 18, 2019, https://rnp.omeka.net/items/show/439.

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