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No. 981. LUMBER PRODUCtion, by Kind of Wood: 1950 to 1965 [In millions of board feet, lumber tally. Prior to 1961, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Based on sample surveys; see source for sampling variability. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series L 45-60]

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Incense, Port Orford, and western red cedar only; eastern red cedar included in "Other softwoods."

2 Standard error more than 15 percent. Beginning 1959, includes estimate for western hardwoods, not reported by species. Included in "Other hardwoods." Includes aspen.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; reports of Census of Manufactures and Current Industrial Reports, Series M24T.

No. 982. LUMBER PRODUCTION, CONSUMPTION, STOCKS, EXPORTS, AND IMPORTS:

1950 TO 1966

(In millions of board feet, except ratios. Excludes Alaska and Hawaii, except as noted. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series L 23-35, for series from Bureau of the Census and Forest Service]

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* Includes box shooks and railroad ties (sawed). Includes Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.

Source: Compiled by Mackay-Shields Economics, Inc., New York, N. Y., from data supplied by National Forest Products Association, Washington, D.C.

No. 983. LUMBER PRODUCTION, BY GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS: 1963 to 1965 [Production in millions of board feet, lumber tally. Data are based in part on a sample of sawmills and are estimates which may vary from the figures which would be obtained from a complete census. See fig. I. p. xii, for States comprising geographic divisions. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series L 36-44, for data by regions]

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3 More than 5 percent

1 See Technical Note, p. 737, for explanation of standard error. but not exceeding 10 percent. 4 More than 10 percent but not exceeding 15 percent. Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; reports of Census of Manufactures and Current Industrial Reports, Series M24T.

No. 984. LUMBER-ESTABLISHMENTS AND PRODUCTION, BY PRODUCTION SIZECLASSES: 1960 to 1964

[Production in millions of board feet, lumber tally. 1960 excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Based on sample surveys; see source for sampling variability]

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1 Standard error of estimate is more than 10 percent but not exceeding 15 percent. * Standard error of estimate is more than 5 percent but not exceeding 10 percent. Standard error of estimate is 16 percent.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Current Industrial Reports, Series M24T.

No. 985.

ROUNDWOOD PRODUCTS-SOFTWOODS AND HARDWOODS, BY REGIONS: 1962 [In thousands of cubic feet. For States represented in regions shown, see table 972]

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Includes miscellaneous industrial products, not shown separately.

Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service; Timber Trends in the United States, 1965.

No. 986. INDUSTRIAL TIMBER PRODUCTS FROM ROUNDWOOD-SUMMARY: 1940 To

1966

[In millions of cubic feet. Excludes Alaska and Hawali, except as noted. Excludes fuelwood. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series L 72-84]

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* Includes cooperage logs, poles and piling, fence posts, hewn ties, round mine timbers, box bolts, etc. Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service; The Demand and Price Situation for Forest Products.

No. 987.

STUMPAGE AND LUMBER PRICES FOR SELECTED SPECIES: 1940 TO 1966 [In dollars per 1,000 board feet. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series L 85-91]

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Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. In annual report, Agricultural Statistics.

No. 988. SELECTED TIMBER PRODUCTS-WHOLESALE PRICE INDEXES: 1940 TO 1966 [1957-59=100. 1960 and earlier years exclude Alaska and Hawaii. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series L 92-96, for indexes on 1947-49 base]

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Source: Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Current data in Monthly Labor Review.

No. 989. MILLWORK, Wood Products, and Paints—-Production: 1950 to 1966

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2 Covers only reports of shipments from members of National Woodwork Manufacturers' Association. 3 Production for trade sales. Beginning 1960, figures not comparable with earlier years. Source: Dept. of Commerce, Business and Defense Services Administration; Construction Review. Data compiled from reports by various trade associations and Bureau of the Census.

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Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Current Industrial Reports, Series M24F, M24H, and MA24L.

No. 991. TURPENTINE, ROSIN, AND NAVAL STORES-PRODUCTION: 1940 to 1967 [In barrels of 50 gallons, except rosin in drums of 520 pounds net. For crop years ending March 31. Excludes Alaska and Hawaii. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series L 70-71]

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1 Includes "Destructively distilled." Beginning 1950, total primary production of FF wood rosin. Beginning 1964, includes pine oil from all sources; therefore, not comparable with figures for earlier years. Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service; Annual Naval Stores Report.

No. 992. PULPWOOD, WOOD PULP, AND PAPER AND PAPERBOARD-PRODUCTION: 1945 TO 1966

[Cords of 128 cubic feet. Prior to 1954, excludes Alaska: also excludes Hawaii except for woodpulp beginning 1962. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series L 61, L 64, and L 67]

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Includes the major grades of paper, paperboard, wet machine board, and construction paper and board. Source: American Pulpwood Association; Monthly Pulpwood Statistics.

Source: United States Pulp Producers Association; Monthly Statistical Summary.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. Current data in Current Industrial Reports, Series M26A. Includes data compiled from sources cited in footnotes.

No. 993. PULPWOOD AND VENEER LOG CONSUMPTION, PLYWOOD, AND WOODPULP PRODUCTION: 1950 TO 1966

[Cords of 128 cubic feet. Excludes Alaska and Hawaii, except as noted]

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Beginning 1955, includes Alaska, and 1962, Hawaii.

Softwood plywood industry, principally Douglas fir.

Includes Alaska and, beginning 1962, Hawaii.

Source: American Pulpwood Association; Monthly Pulpwood Statistics.

Source: United States Pulp Producers Association; Monthly Statistical Summary.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; reports of Census of Manufactures and Current Industrial Reports, Series M26A and M24H. Includes data from sources cited in footnotes.

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