Lessons for National Parks

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  • In the Light of Reverence: Sacred Ground or Federal Land? - … /index.htm. National Park Service Devils Tower National Monument A complete history of the park in relationship to the mission of the National Park Service The Access Fund A "national non … /index.htm. National Park Service Devils Tower National Monument A complete history of the park in relationship to the mission of the National Park Service The …
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  • No Frying Eggs in Death Valley, Says Park - … meal pizza 6. NATIONAL PARK: Spend one minute writing down all of the different words you associate with the word 'national park'. Share your … . don't crack eggs j. the parking lot GAP FILL Officials at the Death Valley National Park have (1) ____ to visitors to … ( 1 ) Officials at the Death Valley National Park have appealed to visitors to refrain ( ) across the parking lot." It added: "Please put trash …
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  • Habitat Cards - … variety of sources. Theme: Region. Materials: 1. "National Park System Map and Guide." Contact: National Park Service, Office of Public Inquiries, Room 1013, 1849 … of the following items: * National Parks Map and Guide (posted on the blackboard or bulletin board, indicating which national parks will be involved in … & map Golden/NP guide & map Golden/NP guide & map National Park map National Park map CARD NUMBER Appendix: Data cards. p. 1. A 25 …
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  • Support Your Local Park! - … the great outdoors and for preserving National Parks for future generations. As an honorary chair of the National Park Foundation, she believes in working … supported National Park Week in 2006, which is celebrated annually in April. The 2006 theme was "Connecting our Children to America's National Parks … the 2006 National Park Week National Park Week National Park Week News for 2006 Interactive Website About National Parks A Virtual Field Trip designed for the 2006 National Park Week …
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  • Places of Power - … diversity among the 12 tribal Nations of Montana in their languages, cultures, histories and governments. Each Nation has a distinct and unique … get permission from the National Park Service to go onto their own sacred land, officially known as Devils Tower National Monument. The site … photography: the same glorious landscapes newly imbued with reverence. PETROGLYPH NATIONAL MONUMENT Nearly 25,000 petroglyphs, the largest concentration in the …
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  • The Site Every American Should See - … make the canyon a national Park. Objectives: Students will: Research the natural wonders of Grand Canyon National Park Describe the Park's stunning beauty and … explains why the Grand Canyon should be preserved as a national Park National Standards: National Geography Standards Standard 4: The geographically informed person understands … very instrumental in getting the national Parks established that we have in the west; particularly Grand Canyon National Park Start with: Soaring high over …
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  • You Be the Tour Guide - … , and Grand Canyon National Parks, the sites of each lodge within the Parks, the Colorado River, major roads between the Parks, I-75, Hopi … , The Grand Canyon National Park Tufts, L.S., 1992, Secrets in the Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks World-Wide Research & Publishing Co., 1972, A Photographic and Comprehensive Guide to Zion & Bryce National Parks
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  • Timeline of Yellowstone History - … and high school Background: Yellowstone National Park was first developed in 1872 and was the first national Park in the United States. It is … of a Park. Ask if anyone has ever been to Yellowstone National Park. If someone has, ask them to describe the Park to the … in the Park park becomes the jurisdiction of the newly created National Park Service by Woodrow Wilson installation of the telephone in the Park opening …
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  • Design Your Own Park and Lodge - … the founder of Crater Lake National Park. End with: The lodge provided accommodations next to one of the nation's true wonders. Start … construction and development of three national Parks and that they are to decide what elements of these Parks they like View the video … own Parks for a nearby undeveloped area or to redesign a Park that does not have the rustic feel as the national Parks do …
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  • The Muir Image - … his actions encourage the development of our National Park system? Further discuss the importance of National Parks. 2. As a class or in small … a field trip to a National Park and have students participate in that park's Junior Ranger Program. Shenandoah National Park has a wonderful photograph … locations of National Parks (available from National Parks). Using large art paper have each team construct a map of their region showing the national park sites …
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