2 edition of Administrative history of Sitka National Historical Park found in the catalog.
Administrative history of Sitka National Historical Park
Joan M. Antonson
1987 by Alaska Region, National Park Service in Anchorage, Alaska (2525 Gambell St., Anchorage 99501) .
Written in English
|Other titles||Sitka National Historical Park.|
|Statement||by Joan M. Antonson and William S. Hanable.|
|Contributions||Hanable, William S., United States. National Park Service. Alaska Regional Office., IPH/JMA-Alaska (Firm)|
|LC Classifications||F914.S6 A78 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||162,  p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||88601587|
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Full text of "Administrative history of Sitka National Historic Park". Inthe Russian American Company, led by Alexander Baranof, landed from their base in Kodiak, established Redoubt St.
Michael (today the Old Sitka State Historic Site, 7 1/2 miles north of town -- just a grassy picnic area with interpretive signs), and claimed the Pacific Northwest of America for Russia.
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Sitka National Administrative history of Sitka National Historical Park book Park Alaska’s oldest National Park isn’t a big one—only acres—but it’s rich with history and there’s plenty to do: hiking trails, ranger-led interpretive walks, carving demonstrations, ethnographic displays, and more.
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As with all historic sites administered by the National Park Service, the site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, effective on Octo The historic site's definition was expanded to include the Knob Creek site on November 6, On Mathe two sites were again designated a National Historical Park.
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It was the home and administrative center of Ivan Veniaminov, the first Bishop of Alaska, later canonized as Innocent of Alaska. The house is now a unit of Sitka National Historical Park, and is administered by the National Park Service Description.
The Russian Bishop's House is a two-story log structure, measuring about 42 by 63 feet (13 m Location: Lincoln Street, Sitka, Alaska. covery of oil (both of which spurred historical consciousness among Alas-kans), as well as the growth of historical and urban parks to the national park system.
The Administrative History of Sitka National Historical Park docu-ments the problems experienced by. Russian Empire in America. The Administrative History of Sitka National Historical Park, prepared by contract historians William S.
Hanable and Joan M. Antonson, is a well documented, crisply written history of Sitka National Historical Park's checkered development. The park was founded inwhen Benjamin Harrison reserved a. Alaskana Alaska History, Vol. 15, #2, Fall (issued April ) Alaskana is an annotated listing of recent publications on the North featured in Alaska History, the journal of the Alaska Historical Society.
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Photo courtesy Sitka Historical Society collection. By there were already 13 canneries in southeastern Alaska, including one near Sitka, at Redoubt.3 But the early seining (catching fish with a net, towed around a school of fish) was done with large rowboats, which apparently were supplied by the canneries, and the fish were carried on.
It was the home and administrative center of Ivan Veniaminov, the first Bishop of Alaska, later canonized as Innocent of Alaska. The house is now a unit of Sitka National Historical Park, and is administered by the National Park on: Lincoln St, Sitka, AKUSA.
He started in as an administrative assistant at Sitka National Historical Park, was then upgraded to historian, and at one point was the park's Acting Superintendent. He then was Superintendent of Capital Parks in Washington, DC from toand Superintendent of Denali National Park and Preserve from to The Sitka National Historical Park offers a series of short hikes within the park detailing Sitka’s history and culture.
Now the park is expanding its offerings with a free Russian-American history downtown walking tour starting this week. These tours will give participants a chance to learn more about Sitka’s Russian heritage and its role as the administrative capital. A Construction History of Sitka, Alaska, as Documented in the Records of the Russian-American Company.
Sitka, Alaska: Sitka National Historical Park, National Park Service, Dauenhauer, Nora Marks Richard Dauenhauer, and Lydia T. Black, editors. Anóoshi Lingít Aaní Ká / Russians in Tlingit America: The Battles of Sitka, and National Park Service History Electronic Library.
The NPS History Electronic Library is a portal to electronic publications covering the history of the National Park Service and the cultural and natural history of the national parks, monuments, and historic sites of the U.S.
National Park System. The information contained in this Website is historical in scope and is not meant as an. NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (Alaska Region office located in Anchorage).
Marcia Blaszak - Alaska regional director - Took over September Anchorage Daily News interview (7/18/04).She has been at the park service in Alaska since working in Anchorage Headquarters, most recently as Deputy Regional Director since Feb and before that was. Sitka National Historical Park Sitka National Historical Park, historic site in southeastern Alaska, U.S., that preserves remnants of Native American and Russian occupation of the area.
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Non-Fishing Guests lodging with a fishing guest, are welcome at a special rate of $ per person, per day, for their non-fishing services. This includes lodging, meals, local transportation, and amenities. Special requests for alternative lodging can be arranged for an additional fee.
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Currently I am also preparing for publication an annotated book of photographs taken in Sitka, Alaska by Elbridge W. Merrill(). I have also begun a large project on the history and culture of the Creole (Russian-Native) community of Sitka, Alaska. Discover magnificent scenery, unique wildlife, coastal villages and the story of the local Tlingit people as you sail north through Alaska’s awe-inspiring Inside Passage.
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Contents [The Administrative Histories themselves are located in the Navy Department Library Rare Book Room. They are non-circuating and must be consulted in the library.
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Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park preserves two separate farm sites in LaRue County, Kentucky where Abraham Lincoln was born and lived until the age of seven. He was born at the Sinking Spring site south of Hodgenville and remained there until the family moved to the Knob Creek Farm northeast of Hodgenville when he was two years old, living there until he.
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park preserves two separate farm sites in LaRue County, Kentucky where Abraham Lincoln was born and lived early in his childhood. He was born at the Sinking Spring site south of Hodgenville and remained there until the family moved to the Knob Creek Farm northeast of Hodgenville when he was 2 years old, living there until he was.
Pdf Man National Historical Park () National Park Trust pdf with the Trust for Public Land in the purchase of the acre Perry Farm, which was incorporated into the park in The land was significant in that, during the Ap battle, colonial militiamen gathered there in preparation for the coming fight.In this first part of a three part interview, George specifically talks about download pdf at Sitka National Historical Park, the Native and non-Native history of and use of the area, how the original totem poles were obtained for the park, and efforts to record and preserve Tlingit music and storytelling.
Antonson, Joan M. & Hanable, William S. () An Administrative History of Sitka Ebook Historical Park, from the National Park Service.
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