Administrative policies for historical areas of the national park system [Rev. 1973)

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DISCUSSION. A reliable body of historical, architectural, and archeological research data is crucial to the proper preservation and interpretation of the historical areas of the National Park System, as well as to the professional quality of the national historic preservation programs for which the Service is.

ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES FOR HISTORICAL AREAS OF THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM (Revised ) u.s. DEPARTMENT OF THE Il'o"TERJOR Rogers c.B. l\'lonon, Secretary NATIOl'o"AL PARK SERVICE Ronald H. Walker. Director For sal", by the Superintennpnt of Dorument2, U.S. Government Printing OfficE' Washington, D.C.

-Pri. Administrative policies for historical areas of the national park system. [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, [] (OCoLC) Earlier editions published under the title: Compilation of the administrative policies for historical areas of the National Park system.

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Administrative Policies for Natural Areas of the National Park System Administrative Policies for Natural Areas of the National Park System by National Park Service. Publication date Collection. Earlier rev. published in under title: Compilation of the administrative policies for the historical areas of the national park of access: Internet Topics: Historic sites, National parks and reserves.

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Govt. Print. Off., []) (page images at. Administrative Histories (sorted by park name) National Park Service Administrative History: A Guide (Barry Mackintosh, ). National Park Service Administrative History: A Guide (Janet A. McDonnell, March ).

Administrative Histories in the National Park Service's Alaska Region (Frank Norris, extract from Protecting Our Diverse Heritage: The Role of Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural. The National Park System of the United States is the collection of physical properties owned or administered by the National Park collection includes all national parks and most national monuments, as well as several other types of protected areas of the United States.

As of Januarythere are units of the National Park System. Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve. McKinley, Laura. An Unbroken Historical Record: Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve Administrative History.

p., A comprehensive history of this park, previously classed as an affiliated area for its trust board management. Consideration of a proper restoration policy for historical areas raises many important problems.

Not the least of these is the proper application of such a policy to national battlefield areas. Those areas offer conditions not usually present in other historical sites and the problem is more immediate in view of the present rapid development.

United States National Park Service. Compilation of the administrative policies for historical areas of the National Park system. Washington (DC): United States National Park.

(Record Group 79) Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents Administrative History Records of Predecessors of the National Park Service Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior Records of the War Department Headquarters Records of the National Park ServiceGeneral records Records.

Box 13 Folder 4 Administrative Policies for Historical Areas of the National Park system ; Box 13 Folder 5 Part one of the National Park System plan history ; Box 13 Folder 6 "Prospectus for a North Cascades National Park" North Cascades Conservation Council, ; Box 13 Folder 7 A report by the advisory committee to the National Park Service.

Henry A. Judd, Branch Chief Park Historic Architecture, was an experienced restoration architect who helped write the Administrative Policy for Historic Areas in the National Park System. These policies defined planning, preservation treatments and management of historic resources. National Recreation Area,by Kathryn L.

McKay and Nancy F. Renk, is another addition to the National Park Service’s series of administrative histories. The authors trace the history of the Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area from its establishment in to.

Many of America's most scenic and historic places have been set aside for the use of the public as national parks. "National Parks are spacious land areas essentially in their primeval condition and so outstandingly superior in beauty to average examples of their several types as to demand preservation intact and in their entirety for the enjoyment, education and inspiration of all the.

THE HISTORY OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE ROAD SYSTEM IN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Historic Resource Study, Volume I MANAGING THE MATCHLESS WONDERS A History of Administrative Development in Yellowstone National Park, ().

National Environmental Policy Act the environmental impact statement (EIS) which makes the government and businesses carefully evaluate environmental impacts and avoid those with the potential for significant environmental damage, iy must be done. National heritage areas: hearing before the Subcommittee on National Parks of the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session, on S.to establish a program and criteria for national heritage areas in the United States, and for other purposes, J   As Ethan mentioned, the historic structures were not ready for the Park Service.

The reorganization drew a lot of the monuments into The Park’s history. The Historic Sites Act put the National Park Service in the history business. So, when George Hartzog became the Director inhe came with experience and knowledge of the Park Service. George B. Hartzog, Jr. Papers Mss file:///C/Users/jredd/Desktop/[4/19/ PM] Clemson University Libraries Special Collections George B.

The National Park Service (NPS) is an agency of the United States federal government that manages all national parks, many national monuments, and other conservation and historical properties with various title designations.

It was created on Augby Congress through the National Park Service Organic Act and is an agency of the United States Department of the Interior. National Park System in Alaska, The: An Economic Impact Study, by Pamela Rich and Arlon R.

Tussing. Institute of Social and Government Reserve, University of Alaska: AK National System of Public Lands Designations, Order #, December This planning document describes a vision for the next 15 to 20 years of park management and is the lead planning document for the park.

Fort Vancouver NHS Master Plan () (online book) This foundational document describes the national historic site's surrounding areas, resources, and future plans, as they were at the time of the plan's writing. National Park is the biggest and the oldest national park in.

the size of the national park area many times exceeds the. The administrative headquarters of the National Park is. Your reading in "The Battle for Natural Resources" outlines the competition between the Forest Service and The National Park Service.

Which of the following is TRUE. The Forest Service pilfered money from The National Park Service. As the park system expanded, many new park units were carved from national forests.

The National Park System is made up of areas covering more than 83 million acres in every state except Delaware. It also includes areas in the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.

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Here is a list of some of the National Park System's sites. See also the excellent Web site of the Park Service: www. National Park Service Historical Library--Interior, NPS-7 48 FRNovem ; Modification published 73 FROcto DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. National Parks.

America's national park system includes hundreds of areas covering millions of acres in nearly every state and U.S. possession. The national parks include natural wonders, historical and cultural landmarks, and recreational areas as varied as Massachusetts' Cape Cod National Seashore, Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park, New York's Statue of Liberty, and Pennsylvania's Gettysburg.National Park Service () Administrative policies for natural areas of the national park system.

U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, pp 16–21 Google Scholar National Park Service () Management policies the guide to managing the national park system.This is a list of National Historic Landmarks and comparable other historic sites designated by the U.S. government in the U.S.

state of New United States National Historic Landmark (NHL) program operates under the auspices of the National Park Service, and recognizes buildings, structures, objects, sites and districts of resources according to a list of criteria of national significance.