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John F. Freeman is the founder and president emeritus of the Wyoming Community Foundation. He has a Ph.D. in early modern European history from the University of Michigan and is the author of High Plains Horticulture: A History and Black Hills Forestry: A History.

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"The history of this one national forest is the history of the entire National Forest System in microcosm."
--James Lewis, Forest History Society


"One of those rare books that brings 125 years of complexity into focus with sharp and insightful clarity. It's a page turner. . . . Freeman sorts out the forest industry and environmental movements with skill and grace, giving each its due, forming the many parts into a readable whole."
Frank Carroll, Rapid City Journal
"The history of this one national forest is the history of the entire National Forest System in microcosm.
James Lewis, Forest History Society
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""One of those rare books that brings 125 years of complexity into focus with sharp and insightful clarity. It's a page turner. . . . Freeman sorts out the forest industry and environmental movements with skill and grace, giving each its due, forming the many parts into a readable whole.""
Frank Carroll, Rapid City Journal
""The history of this one national forest is the history of the entire National Forest System in microcosm. "
James Lewis, Forest History Society
"""Black Hills Forestry"should find a significant and diverse readership and serve as an essential reference for any subsequent histories of the Black Hills National Forest. It should also be important reading for scholars interested in the history of the region and forest management in the United States.""
" South Dakota History"
"""Black Hills Forestry"is well researched, thoroughly detailed, and will long serve as a key resource for those interested in the management history of the Black Hills National Forest.""
" Agricultural History""


""The history of this one national forest is the history of the entire National Forest System in microcosm. "
James Lewis, Forest History Society
""One of those rare books that brings 125 years of complexity into focus with sharp and insightful clarity. It's a page turner. . . . Freeman sorts out the forest industry and environmental movements with skill and grace, giving each its due, forming the many parts into a readable whole.""
"Rapid City Journal"
"""Black Hills Forestry"should find a significant and diverse readership and serve as an essential reference for any subsequent histories of the Black Hills National Forest. It should also be important reading for scholars interested in the history of the region and forest management in the United States.""
" South Dakota History"
"""Black Hills Forestry"is well researched, thoroughly detailed, and will long serve as a key resource for those interested in the management history of the Black Hills National Forest.""
" Agricultural History"
""In a long overdue study, John F. Freeman brings a passion for Ponderosa pine and a close analysis of policy to bear in a chronological narrative of the Black Hills National Forest from the 1870s to the present. . . . this volume succeeds as a history of the national forest and adds a revealing case study to the debate about privatizing federal lands.""
" Annals of Wyoming""


"The history of this one national forest is the history of the entire National Forest System in microcosm."
--James Lewis, Forest History Society "One of those rare books that brings 125 years of complexity into focus with sharp and insightful clarity. It's a page turner. . . . Freeman sorts out the forest industry and environmental movements with skill and grace, giving each its due, forming the many parts into a readable whole."
--Rapid City Journal "Black Hills Forestry should find a significant and diverse readership and serve as an essential reference for any subsequent histories of the Black Hills National Forest. It should also be important reading for scholars interested in the history of the region and forest management in the United States."
--South Dakota History "Black Hills Forestry is well researched, thoroughly detailed, and will long serve as a key resource for those interested in the management history of the Black Hills National Forest."
--Agricultural History "In a long overdue study, John F. Freeman brings a passion for Ponderosa pine and a close analysis of policy to bear in a chronological narrative of the Black Hills National Forest from the 1870s to the present. . . . this volume succeeds as a history of the national forest and adds a revealing case study to the debate about privatizing federal lands."
--Annals of Wyoming

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