Leupp Superintendent Annual Reports, 1922
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STATISTICAL. SECTION VI. — ForeSTRY — Continued. Leupp . Indian School. Fire Report: Leupp . Reservation. Class and number. B, 6 C. Total. ENTIRE PAGE INAPPLICABLE 11. Fires originating on unallotted lands.. 12. Fires originating on allotted lands inside of reservation boundaries. 13. Fires originating on allotted lands outside of reservation boundaries.. 14. Fires originating outside of reservation boundaries and on non- Indian lando. Total number of fires.. Railroad. | Lightning. Incendiary. Brush burning. Campers. Sawmills. Unknown. Miscella necus. Total. 15. Causes of all fires reported. 16. Damage from all fires: Area burned over. Damage to timber, reproduction, and forage. d Location of fires. Timber destroyed or damaged. Timbered. Open. Total. Reproduc tion value. Forage value. Total value. M B. F. Value. A cres, Acres. Acres. On unallotted lands. On allotted lands inside of reservation boundaries.. On allotted lands outside of reservation boundaries.... Total . Cost of fighting all fires: Division of cost. Temporary labor. Guard and ranger labor. Tools, supplies, transportation, etc. Total cost. Value of cooperation. On unallotted lands.- On allotted lands. Total o Under Class A include camp fires and other small fires covering not more than a few square rods. b Under Class B include small forest fires extinguished without special expense and covering generally not over 5 acres. c Under Class C include large fires requiring extra help and expense. d The amount and value of damaged cordwood may be included with the timber on a ratio of 1 cord= 500 B. F.
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