4 edition of The American game protective and propagation association found in the catalog.
The American game protective and propagation association
William S. Haskell
in [New York
Written in English
|Statement||by William S. Haskell.|
|LC Classifications||SK351 H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67 p. incl. ports.|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||37030351|
Burnham, John (John B.), founder of the American Game Protective and Propagation Association. John Burnham papers, University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center: referencedIn: Marsh, Othniel Charles, Othniel Charles Marsh papers, (inclusive). Yale University Library: referencedIn. Originally known as the American Game Protective and Propagation Association, it later became the American Wildlife Institute, and in assumed its present name. It sponsors and administers the annual North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference.
The American Protective League () was an organization of private citizens that worked with Federal law enforcement agencies during the World War I era to identify suspected German sympathizers and to counteract the activities of radicals, anarchists, anti-war activists, and left-wing labor and political organizations. At its zenith, the APL claimed , members in . ciety, the American Game Protective and Propagation Association, the American Fish-eries Society, and was president of the Los Angeles Society for the Protection of Game. He held the office of vice-president in the Audubon Society of California and in the Los Angeles Zoological Society. On the other hand, as a sportsman he has the credit of be-.
He was long a member of the American Scenic and Historic Preservative Society, and in the Wild Life Protection League of America he was president of the department of southern California; he also belonged to the National Conservation Society, the American Game Protective and Propagation Association, the American Fisheries Society, and was. America’s Game traces pro football’s grand transformation, from the World War II years, when the NFL was fighting for its very existence, to the turbulent s and s, when labor disputes and off-field scandals shook the game to its core, and up to the sport’s present-day preeminence. A thoroughly entertaining account of the entire Brand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
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[New York, ] (DLC) Bulletin [American Game Protective Association.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Invisionary conservationists Harry Leonard and William Clark of the Winchester Arms Company established the American Game Protective and Propagation Association. Leonard and Clark realized that strong measures were needed to reverse the rampant slaughter of game in the absence of state and federal laws.
The American sportsman, devoted exclusively to shooting, fishing and practical natural history. [Precursor of The rod and gun and American sportsman.] West Meridien, Conn.; publication begun in LC CALL NUMBER: Microfilm LCCN: sf Bulletin of the American Game Protective Association.
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American Game Protective and Propagation Association. to promote game restoration. Weeks-Mclean Bill. founder and 1st meeting of National Association of Game Wardens and Commissioners. John B. Burnham. Files also exist for correspondence received from conservation organizations such as the American Game Protective and Propagation Association, the National Association of Audubon Societies, and the National Parks Association and from publishers of Grinnell's books and book dealers interested in locating books of special interest to Grinnell.
Founded inthe full name of the organization was the American Game Protective and Propagation Association. Support was plentiful, coming on the one hand from arms and ammunition makers who were "farsighted" and, on the other, from men of means interested in game refuges and in sport. The sporting arms and ammunition industry was the driving force behind the establishment of WMI’s predecessors (starting with the American Game Protective and Propagation Association, supported by Remington Arms).
From toour industry was nearly the sole financial support for WMI; yet we let WMI essentially guide itself. Mayberry Game Protective Association, Westminster, Maryland.
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Inthe American Game Protective and Propagation Association was founded by the shooting sports industry to protect wildlife. This organization was endorsed by Theodore Roosevelt.
Walcott was a founding member. Walcott worked for conservation causes throughout his life. Together, Walcott and Darling created the American Wildlife Institute. The primary theme of the book is how football has eclipsed other sports, specifically baseball, to become America's game.
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Guide to the Audubon Association of the Pacific Records, BANC MSS C-A 4 folder (folder 10) JulyAllen, Robert Porter see National Association of Audubon Societies American Game Protective and Propagation Association folder (folder 4) Apr. 15, 28,by Wakefield Dort. Anthony, Harold Elmer, American Game Protection and Propagation Association Programs box 1 folder 33 American Ornithologists' Union Programs, related ephemera, and Correspondence - : Archive of 13 Letters, chiefly on Sporting and Angling subjects, addressed to Eugene V.
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