Encyclopedia of American National Parks

1st Edition

Hal Rothman, Sara Dant Ewert

Routledge
Published June 30, 2004
Reference - 2 Pages
ISBN 9780765680570 - CAT# Y182088

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Summary

Encompassing more than 370 diverse areas - including vast tracts of wilderness, spectacular scenery and habitat, historic places, and urban parks - the U.S. National Park System is the envy of the world. This exhaustive illustrated Encyclopedia is the most comprehensive look at the history and development of the park system ever published. Noted environmental scholar Hal Rothman and Sara Dant Ewert explore the history, issues, and legacy of the National Park System, beginning with the passage of the Antiquities Act of 1906 right up to the twenty-first century. An introductory essay details the history of the National Park System and wilderness preservation organizers; biographies examine the most influential historical figures and personalities who shaped and influenced the park system; and A-to-Z entries provide in-depth information on the history of more than 350 national parks, historic sites, monuments, battlefields, recreation areas, parklands, memorials, trails, and preserves. Entries provide detailed accounts of each park area's founding and history and also cover issues surrounding park use and environmental management. Each entry also includes acreage, date established, contact information, location and events, Website address, and further reading lists.

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