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Commemorating Antiquities Act of 1906

Author(s): National Park Service

Year: 1982

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Summary

This booklet, printed at no expense to the Federal Government, has been prepared on the occasion of the Founders Day Dinner, August 25, 1982, marking 66 years of the work and achievements of the National Park Service – a unique conservation agency of the Federal Government. The Founders Day program is sponsored by the 1916 Society of the Employees and Alumni Association of the National Park Service, melding the retired and active members of the National Park Service Family, and rededicating us all to the high purpose of preserving the Nation’s natural, scientific, historical, and cultural heritage.

Included in this booklet is “The Role of the National Park Service in the Historic Preservation Movement,” written by T. Sutton Jett who served as a National Park Service historian, afterwards becoming Regional Director of National Capital Region in Washington, D.C. and President of the White House Historical Association. Following Jett’s remarks is a list of the 101 national monuments created by Presidential Proclamation under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service, as of the date of this publication (1982).


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Commemorating Antiquities Act of 1906. National Park Service. 1982 ( tDAR id: 391258) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8GM88MC


Keywords

Site Name
Aniakchak, Alaska Arches, Utah Aztec Ruins, New Mexico Bandelier, New Mexico Bering Land Bridge, Alaska Big Cypress, Florida Big Hole, Montana Big Thicket, Texas Black Canyon, Colorado Bryce, Utah Cabrillo, California Cape Krusenstern, Alaska Capulin Mountain, New Mexico Carlsbad, New Mexico Casa Grande, Arizona Castillo de San Marcos, Florida Castle Pickney, South Carolina Chaco Canyon, New Mexico Chiricahua, Arizona Cinder Cone, California Colonial National Monument Colorado, Colorado Craters of the Moon, Idaho Death Valley, California-Nevada Denali, Alaska Devils Postpile, California Devils Tower, Wyoming Dinosaur, Utah-Colorado El Morro, New Mexico Father Millet Cross, New York Fort Matanzas, Florida Fort Pulaski, Georgia Fossil Cycad, South Dakota Gates of the Arctic, Alaska George Washington Birthplace National Monument Gila Cliff Dwellings, New Mexico Glacier Bay, Alaska Grand Canyon, Arizona Gran Quivira, New Mexico Great Sand Dunes, Colorado Holy Cross, Colorado Hovenweep, Utah-Colorado Jewel Cave, South Dakota Katmai, Alaska Kenai Fjords, Alaska Kobuk Valley, Alaska Lake Clark, Alaska Lassen Peak, California Lava Beds, California Lehman Caves, Nevada Lewis and Clark, Montana Marble Canyon, Arizona Meriwether Lewis, Tennessee Montezuma Castle, Arizona Morristown National Historic Park Mound City, Ohio Mount Olympus, Washington Muir Woods, California Mukuntuweap, Utah Natural Bridges, Utah Navajo, Arizona Noatak, Alaska Old Kasaan, Alaska Oregon Caves, Oregon Papago Saguaro, Arizona Pinnacles, California Pipe Spring, Arizona Rainbow Bridge, Utah Saguaro, Arizona Scotts Bluff, Nebraska Shoshone, Wyoming Sieur de Monts, Maine Sitka, Alaska Statue of Liberty, New York Sunset Crater, Arizona Timpanogos Cave, Nevada Tonto, Arizona Tumacacori, Arizona Verendrye, North Dakota Walnut Canyon, Arizona Wheeler, Colorado White Sands, New Mexico Wrangell-St. Elias, Alaska Wupatki, Arizona Yellowstone National Park Yucca House, Colorado Yukon-Charley, Alaska

Investigation Types
Heritage Management


Spatial Coverage

min long: -125.332; min lat: 24.902 ; max long: -66.182; max lat: 49.365 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contributor(s): T. Sutton Jett

Sponsor(s): National Park Service ; National Geographic Society


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