2 edition of Wilderness historic resources survey found in the catalog.
Wilderness historic resources survey
James B. Snyder
|Statement||by James B. Snyder with Robert W. Barrett and James B. Murphy, Jr.|
|Series||Studies in Yosemite history ;, no. 2|
|Contributions||Barrett, Robert W., Murphy, James B., 1934-, Yosemite Fund.|
|LC Classifications||F868.Y6 S69 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 125 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||91600769|
It is named for the early explorer of the region and namesake of Martinsville, VirginiaBrigadier General Joseph Martin. Ball of Seattle located near Windfall Creek and built in ; the log cabins of Truman Drum and Frederick Remann, both built in and located only one-half mile apart and about a mile south of the present Elkhorn Elkhorn Ranger Station; and the log cabin of H. The Union Pacific, in its April company magazine, described its plan to extend a rail line up the west side of the Peninsula. Douglas and his wife on their honeymoonand U. Curtis took numerous photographs hoping to stimulate a widespread awareness of the Peninsula's timber resources, its plentiful wild game, its water power and agricultural potential, the "exceptional mountain scenery. Effective July 1,concurrently with the abolishment of the position of surveyor general SEE
Irving M. Northwest newspapers and magazines took up the cause as well. Supervised accounts of GLO central offices Washington, DC and field offices, including those of receivers, surveyors general, special disbursing agents, and local land offices. Several historic buildings at Eklutna. Instructions relating to mineral surveys, In Olympic National Park Superintendent Fred Overly described the fifty mile strip of coastline as "one of the most primitive and scenic oceanscapes remaining in the continental United States" UW3 December.
Forest Service—offers in this document an interagency strategy to monitor trends in wilderness character across the National Wilderness Preservation System. At the same time private ownership of rental resort dwellings was discouraged by the Park Service, and, beginning in the s, many of these summer homes were sold or razed UW3 December. Courtesy of Olympic National Forest Accessibility provided by the loop highway encircling Mount Olympus National Monument was only one agent in the opening of the interior wilderness to recreational pursuits. When the newly-named town of Bonita Springs was being developed, transportation was still mainly by boat. Two of the four Elwha River fishing cabins built in the s are no longer standing.
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Records of cases submitted to the Board of Equitable Adjudication, Reports, correspondence, and other records relating to swamplands granted to states, Plats of private land claims within Pueblo Wilderness historic resources survey book grants, ca.
Letters received,with registers and indexes, including separately filed letters from registers and receivers, ; and from surveyors general, Administers federally owned mineral resources on nonfederal lands.
Fairholm's stature as a vital communications center on the lake was enhanced in the mid s when the Clallam County Board of Commissioners authorized the construction of two ferry boats to ply the waters of Lake Crescent.
Records relating to cases before the U. Register of Ohio land patents, Plats of exterior boundary surveys, 1, items. Became part of Division of Investigations, Department of the Interior, A Canadian, Harold Crant, saw the millions of shells lying, free for the taking, knee-deep in brilliantly colored windrows along the beaches and opened the Shell Factory in Twelve mile-long Lake Crescent was among the first sites in Olympic National Park to develop as a resort area.
Comparing the Olympics to the Swiss Alps, Wickersham remarked, "The beauty of Switzerland's glaciers is celebrated, yet the Olympics contain dozens of them" Wickersham6.
The Mazamas of Portland Oregon, organized inplanned their first outing to the Olympic Mountains two years later in Records of the Sitka land officeconsisting of register and tract books, Administered GLO responsibilities with respect to rights-of-way, easements, and permits; power sites; desert land entries; reclamation work; and withdrawals and restorations of land under the Withdrawal Act 36 Stat.
Records of appealed cases, Unlike settlement and industrial development on the Peninsula, accessibility by the general public was not always a pivotal factor in determining the location of certain resort development.
Jones of Akron, Ohio, just after the turn of the century. Three thousand miles of wilderness challenge the traveler to leave his car at any of the half dozen points along the loop, to take pack-sack or packtrain and go adventuring.
Power project survey maps, 50 itemsmaintained by the Independence land office. Douglas and his wife on their honeymoonand U. Lyndon Johnson signing the Wilderness Act of nps.
Interior Secretary. Although most of the early resort hotels bordering the shores of Lake Crescent have burned or been removed, two resort complexes dating from the mid s and s remain standing to the present day.
Textual Records: Letters sent, During the s and s, other mountaineering and hiking clubs formed, and these groups, along with repeated expeditions of The Mountaineers, made regular hiking expeditions into the Olympic Mountains.
Expounding on the same theme inWilliam O.wilderness. A similar.
survey conducted by Colorado College found that most Coloradans (65%) want to see to the sprawling plateaus at Little Book that it has been approved by the Natural Resources committee, the Colorado Wilderness Act will soon head to the full House for a vote.
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