Last edited by Faeramar
Monday, July 13, 2020 | History

1 edition of Timber resources of British Honduras. found in the catalog.

Timber resources of British Honduras.

Timber resources of British Honduras.

  • 181 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Timber -- Belize.

  • Edition Notes

    Caption title.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination3p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20680365M

    A Trip to British Honduras, and to San Pedro, Republic of Honduras (Classic Reprint) The pocket guide to the West Indies and British Guyana: British Honduras, Bermuda, the Spanish Main, Surinam, the Panama Canal The Postage Stamps, Envelopes, Wrappers, Post Cards, and Telegraph Stamps of the British Colonies in the West Indies Together with Missing: Timber resources. air-dry wood air-seasoned average Balata balsa bamboo bark basic stress bending Bethabara Bois gris Brazil British Honduras cedar clear specimens color compression Crabwood Cuba cubic foot defects density Determa diameter Distribution and habitat drying durable export feet fibre saturation point Forest Products Research French Guiana grade.

    Belize, formerly British Honduras, had a different beginning from most other British Caribbean colonies and was not dependent on sugar production but on the exploitation of the forests for timber. Unlike most books on Belize, this study explores in some. The book is unique in demystifying many of the big scientific debates related to rainforests. although overexploitation of the country's timber resources and the appearance of new markets for natural wild-harvested products resulted in moderate diversification of forest use. In British Honduras attained self-government and in June.

      Resource Library Article Timber Resources Timber Resources Trees are important because they provide valuable commodities, including wood, paper, and fruit. However, forests are not distributed equally around Earth, and there are economic and social implications of some regions having more timber resources than others.   The binary themes of these books are West Indian enthusiasm and British official racism. the output of local resources.” from British Honduras to cut timber .


Share this book
You might also like
family of Darius before Alexander, by Paolo Veronese

family of Darius before Alexander, by Paolo Veronese

Relations in public

Relations in public

Family centres

Family centres

My hamster

My hamster

Pacific port towns and cities

Pacific port towns and cities

Mural painting

Mural painting

life and times of Sixtus the Fifth

life and times of Sixtus the Fifth

The New England coquette

The New England coquette

Ron Nagle

Ron Nagle

Locations of desire

Locations of desire

Check list of Afghani fungi and plant diseases

Check list of Afghani fungi and plant diseases

Total ozone measurement

Total ozone measurement

Timber resources of British Honduras Download PDF EPUB FB2

In a fascinating book by Daniel Morris, director of “Public Gardens and Plantations,” Jamaica, entitled The Colony of British Honduras, its resources and prospects; with particular reference to its indigenous plants and economic productions(), the author recounted his travels of.

British Honduras. The area of British Honduras is 8, square miles (2, ha.) and the populat The total area of forest is 8, square miles (2, ha.), which is about 92 percent of the total land area. Nearly 50 percent of the area of the colony has been alienated, but alienation is now being restricted.

Book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Standley, Paul Carpenter, Forests and flora of British Honduras. Chicago: [Field Museum of Natural History], (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Carpenter Standley; Samuel J.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

AT the close of last year, at the invitation of the Government, I paid a Short visit to the Colony of British Honduras. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical : D. Morris. THE report of the Forest Trust of British Honduras to the end of December (Belsize: Govt. Printer, 1 ) shows some progress in forestry work after the severe experiences following the The British Honduran Forestry Unit (BHFU) was a civilian body of forestry workers who came from British Honduras to Scotland in two contingents to help support the war effort during the Second World War.

workers came, the first arriving in September and were dispersed to camps in Traprain Law, East Lothian, Duns, Scottish Borders, and Kirkpatrick Fleming, Dumfries and Galloway. The Report of the Timber Mission to the British West Indies, British Guiana and British Honduras quotes an f.o.b.

price of per board foot for mahogany as prevailing in latewhile the average Customs valuation for. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

Librivox Free Audiobook. YouTube Power Hour Podcast: YouTube, YouTube Channel, Full text of "The Handbook of British Honduras."Missing: Timber resources. By the late 18th century the Bay of Honduras and its exports of timber had become important enough to Britain for the London government to take an interest, and in it assumed de facto sovereignty by appointing a superintendent, an Irish republican named Edward Despard, to govern the settlements.

Title. The forests and flora of British Honduras / Related Titles. Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History: ) ; Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History: ). Botanical series v. 12 By. Standley, Paul Carpenter, But the British Honduran Forestry Unit played a vital role in maintaining timber supplies during World War Two.

Almost forestry workers arrived in Scotland at the end of and were billeted. British Honduras was a British Crown colony on the east coast of Central America, south of Mexico, from tothen a self-governing colony, renamed Belize in Juneuntil Septemberwhen it gained full independence as h Honduras was the last continental possession of the United Kingdom in the Americas.

The colony grew out of the Treaty of Versailles ( Missing: Timber resources. The name of British Honduras was changed to Belize in June,the new name having been used by Guatemalans in reference to the country. Guatemala, in fact, sought to annex Belize during the process of its winning independence, for Guatemalans had long claimed that British Honduras was a part of their country.

Published on Scenery, mountains and rivers, tropical rainforests and mahogany trees. Workers in a camp, hand cut trees, trees trimmed off. Amos Ford, who has died a was a member of a group of forestry workers from tropical British Honduras (now Belize) who travelled to Britain to.

to act as Officer Commanrding the British Honduras Defence Force -- -- *- ** I73 to be Captain in the British Honduras Defence Force ** Member of Advisory Committee to the Information Officer. F~onseca, R. A., Probationer, Secretariat to act as Junior Clerk, Education Department to be, provisionally, Junior ClerkMissing: Timber resources.

An Account of the British Settlement of Honduras: Being a View of Its Commercial and Agricultural Resources, Soil, Climate, Natural History, Etc., To Mosquito Indians, Preceded by the Journal of. British Honduras - Economic development program (Inglês) Resumo.

This report is a general evaluation of British Honduras' economic development program and its prospects in light of the experience of some other developing countries. The development plan encompasses forestry, agriculture, transportation, tourism, electric. Present and potential commercial timbers of the Caribbean: with special reference to the West Indies, the Guianas, and British Honduras / (Washington, D.C.: U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, ), by Franklin R. Longwood (page images at HathiTrust). British buccaneers, who used the cays to prey on Spanish shipping, founded Belize (early 17th cent.).

British settlers from Jamaica began the exploitation of timber. Spain contested British possession several times until defeated at the last battle of St. George's Cay (). From to the colony was administered by the governor of Jamaica.Scale ca."" Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

AACR2Missing: Timber resources.Was it possible, by introducing more systematic exploitation of timber resources, to establish sustainable forestry in the tropics and contribute to social welfare into the future? when Spain and Britain agreed by treaty that Belize would become the British possession of British Honduras.

4 About the Book.