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Fiction -- Tales of the 1928 era Forest Service in Montana and Idaho. Much of the story is based on the Lolo National Forest, Bonita area, Sliderock Lookout and Rock Creek. Joseph N. Hessel's career with the USFS spanned a little over 36 years beginning in 1928 as a fire lookout in Montana and ending as the acting Regional Forester in Region 2 in 1968. Though fiction, his book "Diamond Hitch Days" is pretty factual concerning how he became interested in the Rocky Mountains, traveled there from his home in Urbana, Illinois and spent his first summer with the Forest Service (1928) on Sliderock Lookout on the Rock Creek Ranger District (actual name was Bonita Ranger District) of the Missoula National Forest.
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Book Description Caxton Printers Ltd, 1991. Paperback. Condition: New. Tales of the Forest Service in Idaho & Montana in in 1920s and 30s (Rocky Mountains). Still in original shrinkwrap. This is an unused book from the warehouse of a former new-book distributor. Seller Inventory # mon0000112760
Book Description Caxton Pr, 1991. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0870043447