Conservation Through Engineering by Franklin Knight Lane

Conservation Through Engineering

byFranklin Knight Lane

Kobo ebook | October 20, 2014

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Conservation Through Engineering
Franklin Knight Lane, american democratic politician (1864-1921)

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Table of Contents
-01- About this book
-02- NOTE
-03- CONSERVATION THROUGH ENGINEERING
-04- THE COAL STRIKE
-05- NATIONAL STOCK TAKING
-06- COAL AS A NATIONAL ASSET
-07- PUBLIC RESPONSIBILITY
-08- THE MINERS' YEAR
-09- HAVE WE TOO MANY MINES AND MINERS
-10- THE LONG VIEW
-11- SAVING COAL
-12- COAL AND COAL
-13- EXPANSION ABROAD
-14- SAVING COAL BY SAVING ELECTRICITY
-15- WHITE COAL AND BLACK
-16- THE AGE OF PETROLEUM
-17- OIL SHALE
-18- SAVE OIL
-19- USE THE DIESEL ENGINE
-20- WANTED, A FOREIGN SUPPLY
-21- BY WAY OF SUMMARY
-22- LAND DEVELOPMENT
-23- A PROGRAM OF PROGRESS
-24- GARDEN HOMES FOR THE PEOPLE
-25- RECLAMATION BY DISTRICT ORGANIZATION
-26- SOLDIER, SETTLEMENT LEGISLATION
-27- ALASKA
-28- MATANUSKA COAL
-29- SAVE AND DEVELOP AMERICANS
-30- FOOTNOTES

 

Title:Conservation Through EngineeringFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 20, 2014Publisher:The Perfect LibraryLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990046112748

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