The Regional Review

Volume II - No. 1

January, 1939


"The United States. Travel Bureau Serves the Camper and Tourist." Camping Magazine, Vol. XI, No. 1, January. pp. 22-23. Also "Government Invites Use of Camps for Week-Ends" and "Camp Census Study Report," p. 25.
Brown, H. P.:
Trees of Northeastern United States. Christopher Publishing House, Boston, 490 pp. Illus.
Brill, Edmond H., Jr.;
"Historic Battlefields of Tidewater Virginia." Optimist International, Vol. XIX, No.1, Jan. pp. 8-10; 19. Photographs and map.
Caldwell, John C., and James L. Bailey
"Taking Conservation into the Schools." Tennessee Wildlife, Vol. II, No. 11, Dec. pp. 4-5; 20.
Glagow, Robert D.:
"Mosquitoes and Wild Life as Interrelated Problems in Human Ecology." New York State Museum Bulletin, No. 316. September, pp. 7-20.
Gowanloch, James N.:
"Have You Ever Eaten Muskrat?" Louisiana Conservation Review. Vol. VII, No. 3, p. 10.
Griffin, Robert H.:
Final Report on Geology of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 33 pp. maps and charts.
Jacot, Arthur Paul:
"Four New Arthropods from New England." The American Midland Naturalist. vol. 20, No. 3, November, pp. 571-574. Illus.
Kelly, A. R.:
"A Preliminary Report on Archeological Explorations at Macon, Georgia." Chapter from Bulletin 119, Bureau of American Ethnology (Anthropological Papers, No. 1) Smithsonian Institution.
King, Willis:
Special Report on the Cheraw, South Carolina Fish Hatchery Development. November. Typed. 4 pp.
Kuerzi, Richard G.:
"Some Notes on the Birds of St. Lucie County, Florida." The Florida Naturalist, Vol. XII, No. 2, January, pp. 31-36.
Lehman, Win. C.:
"Report on Tampa Bay Rookeries." Ibid., p. 40.
Livingston, R. A.:
"State Parks Protect Wildlife." Tennessee Wildlife, Vol. II, No. 11, Dec. pp. 8-9.
Luttringer, Leo A.:
"Pymatuning, A Paradise for Sportsmen." American Forests, Vol. 44, No. 10, October pp. 445-447; 466.
National Resources Comm.:
A Highway System for New England. 34 pp. mimeographed, maps and charts. September.
Richards, A. Glenn, Jr.:
"Mosquitoes and Mosquito Control on Long Island, New York, with Particular Reference to the Salt Marsh Problem." New York State Museum Bulletin, No. 316, September. pp. 86-180. Photographs, tables, bibliography and index.
Richards, Horace G.:
Animals of the Seashore, 273 pp. Illus. New Jersey State Museum.
Simoneaus, N. E.:
"The Family of Marigny de Mandeville and the Fontainebleau Plantation, 1700-1938: A Brief Chronology of the Tchefuncte Park Area. Part I." Louisiana Conservation Review. Vol. VII, No. 3, pp 53-57. Illus.
Small, Edwin W.:
"A National Historic Site at Salem, Massachusetts." Planning and Civic Comment, Oct.-Dec., pp. 14-15.
Small, John Kunkel:
Ferns of the Southeastern States. 517 pp. Science Press Printing Company, Lancaster, Pa.
Spalding, Branch:
"Museum Policy and Display at Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park Museum." The Museum News. Vol. XVI, No. 12, December 15, pp 7-8.
Story, Isabelle F.:
"The Blue Ridge Parkway, " Planning and Civic Comment, Oct.-Dec., pp. 3-5.
Taylor, Norman:
"A Preliminary Report on the Salt Marsh Vegetation of Long Island, New York." New York State Museum Bulletin, No. 316, Sept. pp. 21-84. Map, photographs, tables and index.

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