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Regional planning

By United States. National Resources Planning Board

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Book Id: WPLBN0002439510
Format Type: PDF eBook :
File Size: 7.4 MB
Reproduction Date: 2012

Title: Regional planning  
Author: United States. National Resources Planning Board
Language: English
Subject: Regional planning, Social surveys, Natural resources
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publisher: Washington; United States Government Printing Office

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature; Parts I-III, V-VIII issued by the National Resources Committee; pt. IX-XII. issued by the National Resources Planning Board; Part IV issued by the Maryland State Planning Commission as its Publication no. 16; Part VI, vol. II is a portfolio of folded maps bound with pt. VI, v. 1; pt. 1. Pacific Northwest. -pt. 2. St. Louis region. -pt. 3. New England. -pt. 4. Baltimore-Washington-Annapolis area. -pt.5. Red River of the North. -pt. 6. The Rio Grande joint investigation in the Upper Rio Grande basin in Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas, 1936-1937. -pt. 7. Alaska-its resources and development. -pt. 8. Northern lakes states. -pt. 9. The Northern great plains; a progress report. -pt. 10. Pecos river basin. -pt. 11. The Southeast. -pt. 12. Arkansas valley; Part VII issued also as House doc. 485, 75th Cong., 3d sess. with title: Alaska--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.

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