History of New Zealand Forestry

Author(s): Michael Roche

NZ Natural History | Secondhand

Here is an account of the origins and growth of the New Zealand timber industry, beginning with the spae reade of the 1790s to 1840s. It then focuses on the emergence of regional timber industries. It charts the characterof sawmilling in various parts of the country to the time when a national timber industry emerged in the late nineteeth century, before tracing its demise as natral forests were cut out. 


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General Fields

  • : 9780477000045
  • : GP Books
  • : January 1990
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Michael Roche
  • : Hardback with Dust Jacket
  • : 466