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Abstract In 2002, the Fort Collins office of the National Park Service contracted with Professor Michael Welsh of the University of Northern Colorado to conduct oral history interviews focused on land use patterns. The area of focus was the Cache la Poudre River Heritage Corridor. The collection consists of interview recordings, transcripts, and one paper on water conservation. A portion of the collection is digitized and ...
Abstract Joseph Ray (Joe) Miller served in nearly a dozen national parks throughout the United States (including Mammoth Cave, Grand Teton, Canyonlands, Yellowstone, Kennesaw, and Grand Canyon) during his forty-year career with the National Park Service (NPS). Collection documentation of Joe Miller's work with the NPS is representative but not comprehensive; his desk notes, working papers, photographs, and artifacts provide a glimpse into his daily activities. Publications such as park brochures,...
Dates: 1930-2009; Majority of material found in 1960-1990
Abstract Mark Harvey, professor of history at North Dakota State University, has written and taught extensively on western American and environmental history. This collection documents his research on the Echo Park Dam controversy which surrounded a proposed project in Dinosaur National Monument, part of the National Park System located in northwest Colorado and northeast Utah. The collection includes Harvey's notes, as well as collected articles, correspondence, and newspaper clippings related to...
Dates: 1921-1991; Majority of material found within 1949-1956