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Bamford, G.T. and S. Little. 1960. Effects of Low Thinning in Altalntic White-Cedar Stands. Forest Research Notes No. 104. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 4 p.

Burke, Marianne K.; Sheridan, Philip, eds. 2005. Atlantic white cedar: ecology, restoration, and management: Proceedings of the Arlington Echo symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-91. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 74 p.

Little, S. 1959. Silvical Characteristics of Atlantic White-Cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides). Station Paper No. 118. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 16 p.

Little, S. and H. A. Somes. 1965. Atlantic White-Cedar Being Elinated by Excessive Animal Damage in South Jersey. Research Note NE-33. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 3 p.

Archived Publications

The purpose of this section is to archive significant older publications related to AWC.  These documents are good sources of information, and might not be accessible without the help of a university library.  Each title is accompanied by a PDFfile or website link, for reading.  A bibliography of AWC references was compiled by Zimmermann (2006).

  • Akerman, A.  1923.  The white cedar of the Dismal Swamp.  Virginia Geological Commission and Univ. of Virginia, Charlottsville.  Forestry Publ. 30.  21 p.
    • We have a good photocopy; some pictures did not reproduce well
  • Anonymous.  1907.  A trip through the varied and extensive operations of John L. Roper Lumber Company in eastern North Carolina and Virginia.  Amer. Lumberman, April 27 issue, p. 51-114.
    • Jim McCarter scanned

  • Baines, R. A.  1989.  Prospects for white cedar: a North Carolina assessment.  FOREM 13(1): 8-11.  School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Duke Univ., Durham, N.C.
    • We have an original
  • Frost, C. C.  1995.  Presettlement fire regimes in southeastern marshes, peatlands, and swamps.  p. 39-60.  IN:  S. I. Cerulean and R. T. Engstrom (eds.).   Fire in wetlands: a management perspective.  Proc. 19th Tall Timbers Res. Conf.  Tall Timbers Res. Sta., Tallahassee, Fla.
    • We have a photocopy
  • Korstian, C. F.  1924.  Natural regeneration of southern white cedar. Ecology 5:188-191.    
    • Probably need permission?  Maybe have to pay?    We have a photocopy
  • Korstian, C. F. and W. D. Brush.  1931.  Southern White cedar.  USDA Tech. Bull. 251.  75 pp.
  • Krinbill, H. R. 1956. Southern white cedar: the forgotten tree.  Southern Lumber J.  60(11): 26, 28, 36, 45.
    • We have a photocopy; quality is fair – might need a better copy
  • Laderman, A.D. 1989. The ecology of the Atlantic white cedar wetlands: a  community profile. U.S. Fish Wildlife Serv. Biol. Rep. 85(7.21). 114 pp.
  • Lilly, J. Paul. 1981.  A history of swamp land development in North Carolina. p. 20-39.  In C. J. Richardson (ed.).  Pocosin wetlands: an integrated analysis of Coastal Plain freshwater bogs in North Carolina.  Hutchinson Ross. Stroudsburg, Pa.
    • We have a photocopy
  • Little, Silas.  1950.  Ecology and silviculture of whitecedar and associated hardwoods in southern New Jersey.  Yale Univ. School Forestry Bull. No. 56.  New Haven, Conn.  74 pp.
    • We have a PDF file 
  • Little, S.  1959.  The silvical characteristics of Atlantic white cedar.
  • Motzkin, G.  1971.  Atlantic white cedar wetlands of Massachusetts.  Mass. Agric. Expt. Sta., Univ. Massachusetts, Amerst.  Res. Bull. 731.  53 pp.
    • We have an original.
  • Mylercraine and Zimmermann.  2000.  BMP Manual for AWC.
  • Pinchot, G. and W. W. Ashe.  1897.  Timber trees and forests of North Carolina. M. I. & J. C. Stewart, Winston.   N. C. Geol. Surv., Bull. no. 6.  227 p.
    • Include pages related to AWC, cypress swamps, and pond pine pocosins
  • Schf, Johann David. 1911. Travels in the Confederation, 1783-1784. Vol. 2. Morrison, A. J. (Translator and editor ). The Lord Baltimore Press, Baltimore, MD. Digitizing sponsor: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden. 344 p.
  • Ward, D. B.  1989.   Commercial utilization of Atlantic white cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides, Cupressaceae).  Economic Botany 43(3): 386-415.     
  • Ward, D. B. and A. F. Clewell.  1989.  Atlantic white cedar in the southern states. Florida Scientist 52(1): 8-47.
  • Whitehead, D. R.  1972.  Development and environmental history of the Dismal Swamp.  Ecol. Monogr. 42: 301-305.
    • Probably need Permission?   Maybe have to pay
  • Zimmermann, George.  2006.   AWC bibliography

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