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  • All fields: reserves--Arizona
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    • United States Department of the Interior budget justifications by state: Arizona

    • United States. National Park Service.
    • National parks and reserves--Arizona--Finance; National parks and reserves--Arizona--Management
    • This title contains one or more publications. "The NPS budget submission documents the funding needed for continued efficient operation in the coming budget year. It articulates the policy, or policy changes, that will direct NPS efforts in the...
    • National parks as economic development: an exploratory note

    • Gibson, Lay James;
    • National parks and reserves--Public use--Arizona; National parks and reserves--Arizona--Economic aspects;
    • 33 pages (PDF version). File size: 2786.811 KB. "December 2002"--Title page. At top of cover and title pages: "technical report"
    • Arizona State Highway Department

    • Murphy, John W.
    • Attorney General's Opinions--Arizona; Arizona. Highway Dept; Motor vehicles--Registration and transfer--Arizona; National parks and reserves--Arizona;
    • 1928-NOV-23. 1 page (PDF version) file size: 289.151 KB. Letter to Arizona State Highway Department regarding the registration of vehicles owned by non-residents that are operated in Grand Canyon National Park. Interprets Highway Code ch. 3 §...
    • Yuma Field Office recreation and visitor services business plans

    • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Yuma Field Office.
    • Recreation areas--Fees--Arizona; National parks and reserves--Arizona--Management; Recreation areas--Arizona--Management; Wilderness areas--Arizona--Management.
    • 35 pages (PDF version). File size: 998.522 KB. Map. Col ill. Includes bibliographic references. The report provides revenues, public comments on fees, and expenditures statistics. Details on the fees and the recreation passes available are also...
    • Painted Rock Petroglyph Site and Campground business plan

    • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Phoenix District Office.
    • Recreation areas--Fees--Arizona; National parks and reserves--Arizona--Management; Recreation areas--Arizona--Management; Wilderness areas--Arizona--Management.
    • 39 pages (PDF version). File size: 1146.854 KB. Maps. Col. ill. The report includes visitor statistics and details of the area near Gila Bend that was formerly part of the Painted Rocks State Park
    • Kingman Field Office Special Recreation Permits final business plan

    • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Arizona State Office.
    • Recreation areas--Fees--Arizona; National parks and reserves--Arizona--Management; Recreation areas--Arizona--Management; Wilderness areas--Arizona--Management.
    • 10 pages (PDF version). File size: 189.278 KB. Map. Recreation permit statistics are provided.
    • Arizona's forest resources, 1999

    • O'Brien, Renee
    • Forest surveys--Arizona; Forest reserves--Arizona--Statistics; Timber--Arizona--Statistics; Ponderosa pine--Arizona--Statistics
    • 122 pages (PDF version). File size: 1.82 MB.
    • National Park Service plant materials 1991 annual report: Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

    • United States. Soil Conservation Service.
    • Native plants for cultivation--Arizona; Soil conservation--Arizona; National parks and reserves--Arizona--Planning
    • 8 pages (PDF version). File size: 548.232 KB. Report discusses the Soil Conservation agreement with the Grand Canyon National Park to collect, propagate, and increase vegetation in the park. It provides details of seeds and species.
    • Adam Hanna on Agate Bridge

    • Peabody, Henry G.
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; United State--Arizona--Adamana; Petrified forests--Arizona; National parks and reserves--United States
    • Adam Hanna, a local sheep rancher, on Agate Bridge, a petrified log forming a natural bridge. It is believed that the ghost town of Adamana in northeastern Arizona was named after him. The town, established in 1896, was a railroad stop and a...
    • John Muir Taking Notes Amongst Petrified Wood

    • Muir, Helen
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; Muir, John, 1838-1914; Petrified forests--Arizona; National parks and reserves--United States
    • Renowned naturalist and author John Muir lived in Adamana, west of the Petrified Forest, in 1905 and 1906. He was an early supporter for the preservation of the park’s petrified wood and is often credited as being instrumental in its designation as...
    • John Muir Examines a Petrified Log

    • Muir, Helen
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; Muir, John, 1838-1914; Petrified forests--Arizona; National parks and reserves--United States
    • John Muir, well known naturalist and author, devoted most of his life to advocate for the preservation of large natural areas in the West. He is often referred to as the “father of the National Park.” He extensively explored the American Southwest...
    • Park Visitors in 1920

    • Meyer, Harold
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; Petrified Forests--Arizona; National parks and reserves--United States
    • This photograph captures park visitors standing on a petrified log; it is part of the Harold Meyer Collection. The park has a lot to offer to its visitors who can enjoy the beautiful landscape in places such as the Black and the Rainbow Forests,...
    • Approved Las Cienegas resource management plan and record of decision

    • United States. Bureau of Land Management. Tucson Field Office.
    • Land use -- Arizona -- Las Cienegas National Conservation Area -- Planning; National parks and reserves -- Arizona -- Management
    • 184 pages (PDF version). File size: 8417.173 KB. BLM/AZ/PL-03/010. Related documents in microform.
    • Arizona's mining update

    • Niemuth, Nyal J.
    • Mines and mineral resources--Arizona--Periodicals;
    • This title contains one or more publications.
    • Saguaro National Monument near Tucson, Arizona.

    • Herbert, Charles H.
    • Saguaro National Park (Ariz.); National parks and reserves -- Arizona; National monuments -- Arizona.
    • View of the Saguaro National Monument with the Chiricahua Mountains in the background, near Tucson, Arizona.
    • Schedule of proposed action (SOPA). Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.

    • United States. Forest Service. Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.
    • Forest reserves--Arizona--Periodicals; Forest management--Arizona--Periodicals
    • This title contains one or more publications. SOPA reports contain a list of proposed actions that will begin or are currently undergoing environmental analysis and documentation. They are available for all states on the USDA's webpage at...
    • Reconnaissance of iron resources in Arizona

    • Harrer, Clarence Michael
    • Iron ores -- Arizona
    • 218 pages (PDF version). File size: 10058.365 KB. Includes bibliography with related Arizona geological surveys and mining papers.
    • Petrified Forest National Park wildland fire management plan

    • United States. National Park Service.
    • National parks and reserves -- Arizona -- Management; Wilderness areas -- Arizona -- Management; Wildfires -- Prevention and control -- Environmental aspects -- Arizona -- Petrified Forest National Park; Fire management -- Environmental aspects --...
    • 163 pages (PDF version). File size: 1274.101 KB.
    • Operations and utility building construction: environmental assessment

    • United States. National Park Service.
    • National parks and reserves--Planning--Arizona--Montezuma Castle National Monument; Recreation areas--Environmental aspects--Arizona--Montezuma Castle National Monument;
    • 30 pages (PDF version). File size: 297.291 KB. The assessment examines the environmental impacts associated with the proposal to construct a new operations and utility building and septic system at Montezuma Well.
    • Ray Hercules Property

    • Unknown
    • Mining--Arizona; Mining--History; Copper Ore; Geology; Ore Reserves
    • Reports on finances and ore resources of Ray Hercules property. Handwritten and typed letters of inquiry focusing on financial viability of the company.
    • Construction of Rainbow Forest Museum

    • Unknown
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; National parks and reserves--United States; Park buildings--Conservation and restoration--Arizona--Petrified Forest National Park;
    • These are National Park Service employees building the Rainbow Forest Museum. As originally constructed in 1931, the Rainbow Forest Museum was a one-story masonry building. The exterior walls were constructed of locally quarried course grey...
    • Phytosaur Figures for Diorama

    • Stone, George
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; National parks and reserves--United States; Paleontology--Arizona--Petrified Forest National Park; Paleontology--Triassic; Dinosaurs--Arizona--Petrified Forest National Park
    • Phytosaur figures being sculptured by Paul J. Fair at the Western Museum Laboratory, Berkeley, California, for a Triassic diorama exhibit. Phytosaurs bear a resemblance to modern crocodiles in appearance and size but are related to both dinosaurs...
    • Eagle Nest Rock

    • Peabody, Henry G.
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; National parks and reserves--United States; Erosion; Geology--Arizona--Petrified Forest National Park
    • Eagle Nest Rock was a 35' high erosive pinnacle of sandstone that received its name from the nest found at the top. It collapsed in January 1941 following heavy rains. The base is still visible at the end of the old Jasper Forest Road.
    • Painted Desert Inn, Wiew from the South

    • Skidmore, Lorimer H.
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; National parks and reserves--United States; Historic buildings--Conservation and restoration--Arizona--Petrified Forest National Park; Painted Desert Inn (Petrified Forest National Park, Ariz.)
    • The Painted Desert Inn was expanded and remodeled in the late 1930s under the direction of architect Lyle Bennett. In 1947, the Harvey Company’s architect and interior designer, Mary Jane Colter, was given responsibility for renovation of the...
    • Remodeling of the Painted Desert Inn

    • Unknown
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; National parks and reserves--United States; Historic Buildings--Conservation and restoration--Arizona--Petrified Forest National Park; Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)--Arizona; Painted Desert Inn...
    • Painted Desert Inn, a national historic landmark, was built by entrepreneur Herbert David Lore in 1924. The building, originally called Stone Tree House, was purchased by the National Park Service in 1935 and enlarged by the Civilian Conservation...
    • Visitor Looking at Petroglyphs on Newspaper Rock

    • Ellison, Edward H. "Rocky"
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; National parks and reserves--United States; Petroglyphs--Arizona--Petrified Forest National Park; Petrified Forest National Park--Pictorial works; Petrified Forest National Park--Antiquities
    • Photographer's wife, Betty Ellison, near Newspaper Rock, a prominent lark slab of rock inscribed with numerous petroglyphs in the west-central portion of the park. Originally a trail supplied access for visitors to Newspaper Rock and the area...
    • Newspaper Rock

    • Brodrick, Harold
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; National parks and reserves--United States; Petroglyphs--Arizona--Petrified Forest National Park; Petrified Forest National Park--Pictorial works; Petrified Forest National Park--Antiquities
    • More than 650 rock art designs, one of the largest concentrations of petroglyphs in the Petrified Forest National Park, adorn Newspaper Rock. Newspaper rock is just one of the park’s many archaeological sites.
    • Visitors Enjoying the Park

    • Henderson, Larry
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; National parks and reserves--United States; Petrified forests--Arizona
    • Visitor in the Giant Logs area behind Rainbow Forest Museum. Giant Logs, rich with colorful and large petrified logs, is part of Rainbow Forest and is one of the most highly visited places in the park.
    • Archaeological Excavation at Puerco Pueblo

    • Unknown
    • Petrified Forest National Park--History; National parks and reserves--United States; Excavations (Archaeology)--Arizona--Petrified Forest National Park
    • Native Americans working at archaeological excavation of Puerco Pueblo, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. The site was partially excavated by Albert Schroeder in 1957. Further excavations by Calvin H. Jennings took place...

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