Recreation Reconnaissance Report on the Park and Recreation Potentialities of Scott County, Iowa
Author(s): Howard W. Baker
The authority for this study is contained in the Park, Parkway and Recreation Area Study Act of June 1936. The request for assistance in developing a long range park program for the county came from the President of the Scott County Conservation Board by letter of June 26, 1957.
The report covers preliminary findings on the park and recreation potentialities of Scott County, and is in response to the request from the Scott County Conservation Board that Interior Missouri Basin Field Committee assist in the preparation of a long-range planning program for county parks.
Cite this Record
Recreation Reconnaissance Report on the Park and Recreation Potentialities of Scott County, Iowa. Howard W. Baker. 1958 ( tDAR id: 394101) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8Q81G6F
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Bettendorf • Buffalo • Davenport • East Moline • Glynn's Creek • Illinois • Iowa • Johnson County • Lake McBride • Le Claire • Le Claire Canal • Lost Creek • Mississippi River • Moline • Mud Creek • Pleasant Valley-Le Claire • Rock Island • Scott County • Smith's Island • Spencer Creek • Walnut Creek • Wapsipinicon River • Waspi River
min long: -96.943; min lat: 40.38 ; max long: -90.439; max lat: 44.088 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): Anne Vawser; Bureau of Public Roads
Contributor(s): Vince Stolmeier
Project Director(s): Howard W. Baker
Prepared By(s): Interior Missouri Basin Field Committee
Submitted To(s): Scott County Conservation Board, Davenport, Iowa
General Note: Multiple tDAR resources were created in the past by the National Archaeological Database. All useful and important information has been combined into this current resource.
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