A Note on the Emasculation of a Forest Fire Law
Abstract:This article and the following comment raise the dual question as to whether an act passed by Rhode Island in 1798 constitutes the first complete forest-fire-prevention law in the United States, and whether that act has subsequently been seriously emasculated.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Chief Forester of the Forest Fire Experiment Station of the Cedar Hill Fire Department, Cowesett, R. I.
Publication date: 1945-12-01
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