John Aston Warder House is a registered historic building near North Bend, Ohio, listed in the National Register on May 19, 1978. The mansion served as the homestead of John Aston Warder, who is regarded as the "father of American forestry".

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  • John Aston Warder House is a registered historic building near North Bend, Ohio, listed in the National Register on May 19, 1978. The mansion served as the homestead of John Aston Warder, who is regarded as the "father of American forestry". (en)
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  • John Aston Warder House is a registered historic building near North Bend, Ohio, listed in the National Register on May 19, 1978. The mansion served as the homestead of John Aston Warder, who is regarded as the "father of American forestry". (en)
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  • John Aston Warder House (en)
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