3 edition of National Park Service found in the catalog.
National Park Service
|Statement||New York, D. Appleton, 1922.|
|Series||Service monographs of the United States government ;, no. 11.|
|LC Classifications||SB482.A4 C35 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 172 p.|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||72003024|
Winks, Robin S. An older but still useful account focusing primarily on the natural parks. Mackintosh, Barry. While women are no longer prohibited from applying for positions, they are often made to feel unwelcome in other ways, according to internal documents and dozens of interviews with former and current Park Service employees.
In the private sector, the EEO process for sexual-harassment complaints is relatively simple, says Rick Rossein, an employment lawyer and professor who litigated landmark sexual-harassment cases in the s and s. Schullery, Paul. President Ulysses S. Rothman, Hal K. Retaliation can occur as a response to someone rejecting sexual advances, cooperating with investigators, filing a complaint or being an official witness to one.
Berkowitz, Paul. The National Park Service today manages 84 million acres across all U. This guide provides essential information on Death Valley Invasive Burros. A behind-the-scenes history shedding light on the early days of National Park Service history. While the NPS currently divides the various parks, monuments, and other units among seven regions, the passport booklet observes the nine regions in effect when the program was established.
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Six years later, the memory of the assault still makes her shudder. You might even want to bring extra water and a towel to make a cold compress if necessary.
The chief was transferred to Shenendoah National Park in Virginia after the investigation. Putney, eds. Catton, Theodore.
Runte, Alfred. See you next time, travelers! Olivia, whose name has been changed to protect her identity, tells me about the incident as we sit at the kitchen table in her roomy Death Valley apartment, National Park Service book mile from her old dorm as the crow flies.
Wirth, Conrad L. In Stephen Mather, a wealthy businessman, wrote the secretary of the interior about the poor condition of parks he had visited that summer in the Sierra Nevada.
However, Brunsman told me that when National Park Service book chief found out about her complaint, he gave her a poor evaluation and began requiring her to notify him whenever she left the park on weekends. Roosevelt soon proclaimed the first monument, Devils Towerand over the next 10 years more than 30 other such entities were proclaimed, some half of that total by Roosevelt.
I have interviewed many of them and others, in total at least 50 people—from park rangers and scientists, to superintendents and a former Park Service director—ranging in National Park Service book from 23 to As the sunset turns the desert a hazy pink, Olivia takes a deep breath.
InAnzelmo was promoted to superintendent of Colorado National Monument. Treats the origins and evolution of the national park idea and its political and bureaucratic implementation. Ryan, P. More than a dozen new national parks were established between and when Albright stepped downincluding Grand Canyon and all in May Great Smoky MountainsShenandoahand Mammoth Cave.
Since then, the Park Service has come a long way in recruiting and promoting women. In the stamps were printed on thin cardboard, which distorted the passbook due to the combined thickness of the cardboard. Wilderness Defender: Horace M. That same week, a whistleblower reported that supervisors at Yellowstone National Park were sexually exploiting female employees.
The U. Tweed, former chief park naturalist at Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks. Transcendentalism Popular 19th-century writers, including transcendentalists such as Ralph Waldo EmersonHenry David Thoreau and Walt Whitman drew inspiration from nature, while artists of the era—including Thomas Cole, Asher Durand and Albert Bierstadt—depicted the sublime beauty of the American landscape.
Brunsman, who worked at Little Bighorn, said she was moved to an office away from her colleagues as retaliation for filing her EEO complaint. Her car was littered with maps, but she had memorized nearly every inch of the park.
Jeffrey Olson, public affairs officer for the Park Service, said that the survey will begin in January Before the Civil War, intriguingly, the first idea for a national park actually included Native Americans. Ridenour's account of his tenure as director devotes particular attention to congressional relations and concessions.The Official online store for national park service employees and volunteers-in-parks.
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