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National Park Service Alaska System Support Office

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In accordance with the dictates of NPS-28 (the National Park Service's Cultural Resource Management Guideline), an administrative history describes how a park was conceived and established and how it has been managed to the present day. The park's legislative history and important issues in planning, land acquistion, development, public relations, and other topics of ongoing management concern are emphasized. This particular study has endeavored to fulfill those goals as they apply to Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve (WRST) in Alaska. WRST is the largest unit in America's national park system at 13.2 million acres, and while it was conceived primarily as a natural park, it also contains ample evidence...
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