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Excerpt from Illustrated Forest and Outdoors: February, 1947
Agricultural settlement had taken place long before the time we have outlined. Around 1880 people were moving westward, with the Canadian Pacific Railway stretching out its roadbed of steel to serve them. Many of these people built their homes on a sea of Open plain. Some of them, remembering the companionship and restful Shade of trees' 'back home, planted a few near the house, even in those early days. In other areas some native poplar 'grew and settlers left a few of them around their buildings, and so the friendship between the people and trees was formed and has remained. This early association between people and trees was an individual one, but as the great value Of trees' was recognized other agencies took an active part.
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bound: 34 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 21, 2017)
isbn: 0259935743, 978-0259935742,
weight: 2.1 ounces (