INTERPRETATION IN THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

National Park Service History Collection RG 19

A. Provenance

The materials on interpretation came from many sources, at least 25 accessions, and continues to come in, both as formal accessions and through the Harpers Ferry Center Library. WASO, regions, parks, and the service centers continue to provide material. Many past employees including Horace M. Albright, Ronald F. Lee and Ralph H. Lewis, have contributed their papers. Several researchers including Rita Cantu, Susanna Baker, C. Frank Brockman, Keith Dewar and William C. Everhart are represented in the files. Current employees continue to provide additional material.

Much of the material was written to address the on-going functions of interpretation. Other items were produced as researched histories and are often accompanied by the applicable research data. Most of the material was produced by Park Service people for internal use. However, there are several items that were published in journals, delivered as papers at meetings, etc.

Interpretive materials from non-NPS sources are also included to provide prospective.

B. History

All this material provides background for and in many cases represents the history of NPS interpretation. It shows that the interpretive function predates the Park Service and even the parks themselves. "Interpretation" includes publicity, explanation, information, education, philosophy, etc., and the material provides several definitions of this concept. The "traditional" beginnings of Park Service interpretation are traced to the activities of Drs. Harold Bryant and Loye H. Miller at Yosemite in 1920, although it is recognized that concessionaires, park personnel, soldiers, and authors indulged in this activity prior to its formal recognition. Since the National Park Service included predominantly natural and archeological resources until the 1930's, early interpretation was nature-oriented.

Much of this early National Park Service interpretation went by the name of education or nature study. As the National Park System grew to include historical and recreational resources, other aspects of interpretation developed. The term "interpretation" which became applied to this function is still not well understood by the public.

C. Summary

The material on the History of Interpretation has been divided into five series. By far the largest amount is in Series I- Chronology - 8 lf. (1993) with expectations of growing. Series II - WASO and regional office files - 7 lf. Series III - Surveys - 3.5 lf. The report that resulted from the 1972 survey is housed with the survey material. However, the collection does not possess the survey material for the 1974 Cantu/Baker report and material regarding that survey has been placed into Series IV - Special Reports - .5 lf. Series V - Brockman study - .5 lf. - includes the material former naturalist C. Frank Brockman gathered for his research in the history of National Park Service interpretation. Series VI - DSC Interpretive Planning - estim. 35 lf. - consists of Interpretive planning office files transferred from Denver Service Center in the late 1970s. Series VII - Freeman Tilden Award collection (HFCA-1070 and 1090) (1989- ) - 3 lf. - consists of nomination materials submitted by regions for the annual award. Series VIII - Interpretive Challenge files - 1.5 lf. - came from the WASO Division of Interpretation. There is also an appendix containing a printout of materials on interpretation in the Harpers Ferry Center Library.

D. Related material

Much of the material came from accessions that included material placed throughout the collection. Many items in the oral history collection cover interpretive history. Some of the museum items, such as audiovisual equipment and materials, were used in interpretation, as were most of the films. The personal papers, especially Ronald Lee's are especially useful. Most histories of the National Park Service devote a chapter to interpretation. Many of the periodicals, especially In Touch, were put out expressly to serve interpretation. Other topics within the NPSHC that relate to interpretation include reports, public relations, conferences, minutes of meetings, memos, manuals, special events and programs, biographies, environmental education, history of the museum function, publicity, general NPS history, training materials, and ranger activities.
 
 

E. Folder List

Series I - Chronology

History of Interpretation to 1936
 Pre-1880 Publicity Efforts, especially Yosemite

Goethe, Bryant and Miller - 1919, 1921

1920's Nature Study

1926 Educational Division - Yellowstone

Proposed Field School - Yellowstone

American Museum and Schools (New York City), George H. Sherwood, 1922, 1927

Nature Magazine, February 1928 - Contains article on Summer Camp Museum

School and Society, May 1928 - Contains article on Early Nature History Trails

Reports with Recommendations from the committee on Study of Educational Problems in National Parks - January 9, 1929 and November 27, 1929

 Individual Reports of the Committee on Educational Problems in National Parks

Nature Trails and An Experiment in Outdoors Education, Frank E. Lutz, Miscellaneous Publication No. 21, American Museum of Natural History, 1931

Early 30's "Education"

Annual Reports of Field Divisions of the NPS, 1932

Research and Education in the National Parks, ca 1932

1933 Museum

Scientific Investigations in Yellowstone National Park

Summer Inspection Trip, Education Activities, Harold Bryant, 1935

Fiscal Year Ending 1935 - Research and Education

1935 Interpretation Museums

The Purpose of Museums in National Parks and National Monuments - C. P. Russell and G. L. Collins, May 11, 1935

Presenting the American Scene Museums...in Park Interpretation - C. P. Russell, 1935

Place of Museum in National Parks Educational Program - C. P. Russell, May 23, 1935

Summary of Activities - Field Division of Education, Berkeley, California, June 1933 - March 1935

Mt. Rainier Interpretation - Pre-World War II

Catalog - Bell and Howell MotionPicture Projectors and Accessories
 

History of Interpretation - 1936-1950Report on Museums, etc. - Ansel Adams, January 8, 1936 Meeting - National and State Park Section, 31st Meeting, AAM, May 18, 1936

Museum News - National Park Developments, April 15, 1937

History of-Dioramas - Ned Burns, May 1937

Nature Trails, Nature Recreation - 1937

Conservation Work - Branch of Research and

Interpretation, August 30, 1937

 Western Museum Condition - July 15, 1938

Reports on Studies of Educational Problems in National Parks - John Campbell Merriam

Proficiencies Expected of National Park Specialist - 1938

History and Status of Interpretive Work in National Parks - Carl P. Russell, July 1939

Perspective in National Park Affairs - Carl P. Russell, 1940

Narrative Story of the Park in Relation to the Objects - Inter-Branch meeting, March 14, 1940

Representative Naturalist Programs for the 1940 Travel Season

Naturalists' Conference - November 1940

News Release on Naturalist Survey in Parks - Isabelle Story, 1940

What Interpretive Programs Mean to Park Visitors - Carl P. Russell 1940

The History of America As a National Resource for Morale - George H. Forsyth with covering Memo to all interpreters, August 26, 1941

Confidence in the American Way - Carl P. Russell, reprint 1941 Yearbook Park and Recreation Progress

Science Notes - cl942

Historic Sites of the American Revolution - probably 1942

Practical Aspects of Park Museum Problems in Time of War - Carl P. Russell, May 19, 1942

Value of the Museum, Robert M. Hutchings, Science, October 1943

Philosophy of Interpretation - 1917-47 Advisory Board Statements, etc.

Perspective Report on the Program of Interpretation - Raymond Gregg, 1947

Museums of the Out-of-Doors - Carl P. Russell, 1947

Geological Time Scale with covering Memo to All Field Offices, July 31, 1947

Training - Interpretation and Research, March 1949

Interpretive Programs - John E. Doerr, Presented to the National Conference on State Parks, Detroit, Michigan, September 19, 1949

Paper - Can the Public Be Taught

Nondestructive Nature Appreciation - Harthon L. Bill, to Division of Forest Recreation, Society of American Foresters, Seattle, Washington with covering memo, October 12, 1949

Twenty-Five Years Ago - Carl P. Russell, Yosemite Nature Notes, November 1949

Preliminary List of Maritime Collections in North America - September 1950

Paper - Bringing History to the People - Ronald F. Lee to meeting AHA and AASLH, December 30, 1950

A Catalogue for Use in Arranging Plants... - Dale S. King

The Outdoor Museum and Its Educational Program - Peter Michelser

History of Interpretation - Frank Brockman Forest History, January 1978

History of Interpretation - 1951-1962Booklet - Text and Slide Description for ... Conducted Trips

Conducted Trips, 1954

Yosemite Nature Notes, Vol. XXXIX, July 1960, No. 7, 1920

Nature Guide Service, 1960

Booklet - Understanding Science in the Space Age - 1963

The Importance of Naturalist Work from the Standpoint of Park Administration - Carl R. Russell, talk at the State Park Naturalists' Training Conference, Division of beaches and Parks, Calavaras Big Trees, June 17, 1952

Interpretation of Parks Through Use of Visual Aid

 The Science Janus by William Gould Vinal - May-June 1953

Information Handbook of the National Park Service - 1954

1955 State of the Art

Psychological Studies of Museum Visitors ... U. S. National Museum, 1957

Personalized Historical Interpretation - Frank Barnes, June 1957

Nature Study - 1957 History of Education Movement in National Park - H. C. Bryant

Memo Recommendations for a National Park Service Policy on the Mounting of Cannon at Military Sites - Staff Historian Peterson, 1957

Objectives - WASO-Region 3, Division of Interpretation, 1958

 Random Thoughts on Communication - Jack Crannell, June 1958

Management of Research, 1958

Natural History - 1955-59

NPS Administrative Manual, Vol. IV - Interpretation, 1959

Aquatic Resources - 1959

1959 - Interpretive Objectives for 1960

Behind the Interpreters - Richard G. Beidleman, reprint Turtox News, No. 37, July 1959

Chief Park Ranger and Interpreter's Conference, Washington, DC, March 16-20, 1959, minutes notebook

Report on Visitor Centers - January 29, 1960

 Principles of Interpretation - Edwin C. Alberts, March 1960

An Introduction to Interpretation - Natt N. Dodge

Salesman of Knowledge - Glenn Frank

Discussion with Miss Lombard, Director, Guided Tours, Rockefeller Center on Female Guides - September 1960

Role of Interpretation in National Park Service - Ronald F. Lee, February 1961

First Historic Firearms Demonstration, February 1961, Bob Lagemann, February 1981

Nature Study TIPS Newsletter Insert, September 1961, American Nature Study Society, "Field Trips - Success or Failure," John F. Wanamaker

Role of National Park Service in Field of Nature Interpretation, Edwin C. Alberts, December 28, 1961

 Interpretive Facilities, early 60's

Interpretation of Park Values, Park Practice Guideline

Photography and the National Park Service - Jack E. Boucher, July 12, 1962

NPS Interpretation, 1962

Study of Interpretive Standards in the National Park Service - May 1962

Report - Committee on Interpretive Standards NPS, May 1962

Placement and Utilization Plan - Park Naturalists, July 1962

Research Definition and Costs, late 1962

History of Interpretation 1963-70

The Clearinghouse, Vol. 1, No. 3, Winter 1963

Interpretation in National Park Service - 1963

Do's and Don't of Interpretation, Earl Jackson, SWAC, November 1963-January 1964

Interpretation - 1964

Botanical Abstracts Fact File Cards on Plants - October 1964

Interpretive Workload Measurement and Analyst Spec. File - 1964, WASO, Areas

Development of the Naturalist Program in National Park Service - Bryant and Drury Oral Histories, 1964

Art-Work Size Standards for Projected Visuals, Kodak, 1965

 Making Black-and-White Transparencies for Overhead Projection, Kodak, 1965

Sources of Motion Pictures and Filmstrips, Kodak, 1965

Techniques for Developing Self-Guiding Trails, Presented by Marc Sagan to National Science for Youth Foundation Conference, October 14, 1965

Visitor Centers - 1966

Reports - 1959-66

Outline Interpretive Objectives, Policies, Methods, and Techniques - Russell K. Grater, ca. June 1966

Interpretation and Its Objectives - David D. Thompson, Jr., ca July 1966

The Problem of People, Remarks, Stanley A. Cain, October 1966

Naturalists, Museums - 1967

 Interpretation - 1968

"Interpretation" Talk to State Park Administrator - Charles E. Shedd, Jr., November 13, 1968

On the Improvement of Quality in Personally Conducted Interpretive Services, Status Report, May 1969

Underwater Interpretation, June 1969

Full Disclosure in Environmental Use: An Assessment of Interpretation Programs, Michael F. Brewer, August 1969

Memo, November 21, 1969, Use of Unauthorized Recordings for Background Music in Audiovisual Programs

Personal Performance Standards for Interpreters - 1969

 Quality of Interpretive Services; Historical Interpretation, 1969

Environmental Education - 1969

Talk Preparation, 1969

"Little Things" - Non-NPS Interpretation, 1970

Interpretation and Environmental Awareness, 1970

It's Now and It's Me - re Interpretation, William Ingersoll, cl970

"Bridging the Gap Between Our Human and Natural Resources" remarks, George B. Hartzog, Jr., April 1970

History of Interpretation - 1971-1976Creative Design for Bulletin Boards, November, 1974

Sky Interpretation, cl971

Museums; Media - 1971

Interpretation plus Standards for Material, 1971

Press Release - Info Systems - Bozeman, Montana, "Versatile Radio System Has Unlimited Future", September 21, 1971

Memo - Whiskey Stills, October 1971

Harpers Ferry Center 1969-72

Interpretation Papers 1972

 All Purpose Interpretive Prospectus - L. Clifford Soubier, cl973

Environmental Interpretation, NPS, Pacific Northwest Region - Paul H. Risk, Michigan State University, 1973

Interpretive Program Remarks - Charles Gebler, 1973

Forest Resources 353 - Principles of Natural History Interpretation, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington (state), November 1973

Aspects of Interpretation - Trends, 1974 (3 articles)

Interpretive Directions, Challenge, Historical Interpretation Recommendations, 1974

Resources for Interpretation through Music, October 1974

Nature Study, Winter 1974-75, Vol. 28, No. 4 - Salute to "Captn Bill" - William Gould Vinal

Interpretation - Senior Citizens, mid 70's

A Syllabus for the American Revolution

General Interpretation, 1975

TIPS on Using the Interpretation Training Package - Rev. Ed., 1975

1975 - Bicentennial Traveling Exhibits, Interpretive Division Goals, Dunmire Report

 Visitor Use and Interpretation of Historic Gardens and Landscapes, Ray Freeman, 1975-76

A Guide to Implementing the Receptive Mode, Arthur Deikman, 1976

Outline of Planning Requirements - Rocky Mountain Region, 1976

Roger Allin paper - "Interpretation," 1976

Interpretation in the National Wildlife Refuge System H. Jesse Grove

History of Interpretation - 1977 - 1987The Interpretive Profession Goals and Philosophies, Nelson Bernard, March 1977

Interpretive Directions Course, April 1977, Recommendations

The Role of Interpretation in Park Management - Gail Gensler, Senior Thesis, Spring 1977

Assessing the Impact of Interpretive Programs, Moses, Epstein and Wiseman, Inc., for NPS, September 1977

Interpretive Operations Plan, 1977

Interpretation for the Elderly: A Study of Interpretive Interests of Retired National Park Goers, Field, Bulton, Renninger, ca 1977

1977 Annual Report - Museum Services, NPS, HFC

 Suitability Feasibility Study - Proposed Afro-American Museum Progress Report, 1978

Interpreting Geological Time, 1948 article distributed 1979

Year of the Visitor Survey Report - October 1979

Interpretation-Research-Visitors, 1973-1979

Oral Communications, 1977, 1979

Interpretation - Handicapped, 1980

Communicating the Resource Challenge to Urbanites - Charles Gebler, 1980

Paul Risk "Evaluation of Interpretive Services in 38 Selected Sites in North Atlantic Region," 1981

 Interpretation Outlook for 1982

Planning for Interpretive Facilities, Marc Sagan, Denmark, May 1983

"The Role and Responsibility of Interpretation in the 1980's," Russell Dickenson, The Interpreter Winter 1983

Commemorative Plaque Fallen Leaf, California - Beginnings of National Park Interpretive Program, December 1984-January 1985

Branch of Interpretation, FY 1985, WASO Objectives, Goals

Partial History of NPS Interpretation, Barry Mackintosh, January 1986, with some comments

School Visits to South Florida National Parks 1985 -1986

Interpretation as Art - Bill Clark 1986

A-Team Report, Interpretive Operations for First-Line Supervisors,

MTC, March 16 - 27, 1987

History of Interpretation - 1988 -The Interpretive Challenge, National Park Service, 1988

History of Interpretation - Undated

The Age of the Earth

Environmental Education

Updated Interpretive Hints

Non-NPS Public Speaking, A-Y, TV Series Exploring

The Role of the Naturalist in Historic Interpretation, Donald H. Robinson

Information Booklet - Videotape Training Package, Fine Art of Interpretive Critique

 Program Standards for Interpretation

Miscellaneous undated Interpretation
 

 
Series II - WASO and Regional Interpretation OfficesA. WASO

Memo - Reorganization of the Interpretation & Visitor Services Division (I&VS), 1980

Organization, Staffing and Funding - Division of I&VS, 1966

Draft Report - Visitor Services, 1960
 

 B. Midwest Region

Summary Notes - Staff Meeting, Midwest Regional Office, Division of I&VS, 1964 -68

Personnel, Employment, etc., 1967

Draft section I&VS for Annual Report, 1966

Goals, 1965

I&VS Annual Report, 1963

Memo - New Division of I&VS, 1964

C. National Capital Region interpretation files (4 rec. boxes)

Series III - Surveys
Survey of Interpretive Facilities, 1968 (1 archive box)

Questionnaires and Responses

Everhart Interpretive Survey, 1972 (2 record boxes)

Correspondence, Reports, Questionnaires and Responses plus Everhart Report, June 1973

Series IV - Special Reports
Cantu/Baker Interpretation Report, 1974

The Unifying Thread, Susanna Baker, Feb. 1973

Rita Cantu - Interpretation," 1973

Interpretation: An Overview, Susanna Baker, May 10, 1974

P.0. Rita Cantu/Susanna Baker- Interpretation Report, 1974

Dewar, Keith. Evaluation of personal services interpretative programs. (Thesis, May 1992) 252 p.(rec'd via Michael Watson 12/92)

Series V - Brockman History Study
Brockman Study (Expanding Folder)

Correspondence on and drafts of C. Frank Brockman's outline and history of interpretation, Rev. 1975

Series VI - Denver Service Center Interpretive Planning Files (Attic)

Series VII - Freeman Tilden Award Collection, HFCA 1070 (1989-90), HFCA 1090 (1991)

Series VIII - Interpretive Challenge Files, (HFC-1092) 1.3 lf.

Appendix: Listing of books and other materials on interpretation in the Harpers Ferry Center Library.

Artifacts: Personal items of Freeman Tilden, HFCA-1067, HFC 987, 988, 989, On Exhibit MTC 1990. Cameras and other equipment used by interpreters. Examples of exhibit art and other interpretive media.

 
 
March 4, 1993, Revised September 23, 1998
 
 

Interpretative Resources in the Harpers Ferry Center Library

September 23, 1998

A collection of books and journal articles in the HFC Library on or relating to the subject of interpretation.

ACCLIMATIZATION.

1. . Shettel, Harris H.; Field Museum of Natural History., and American Institutes for Research. An evaluation of visitor response to 'Man in his environment' : final report / prepared for the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois by Harris H. Shettel. Washington, D.C. : American Institutes for Research, [1976] pp. 57, 17, 12 p. : ill., forms ; 29 cm.
SB481.I5 S552 1976.
ACID RAIN - STUDY AND TEACHING.2. . Baker, Kim A.; Mullins, Gary W.; Fortner, Rosanne W., and Man and the Biosphere Program. Interpreting critical resource issues in National Parks : clearing the air series / Kim A. Baker, research associate ; Project coordinators: Gary W. Mullins and Rosanne W. Fortner. [Columbus, Ohio] : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources, [1988?]. p. 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5I38 1988.

3. . Tassier, Kimberly S. and Man and the Biosphere Program. Directory of acid rain and air quality materials : for interpreters and educators / assembled and annotated by Kimberly S. Tassier ; edited by Rosanne W. Fortner ... [et al]. Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources, 1988. pp. ii, 27 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5I382 1988.

ADULT EDUCATION.4. . Vick, Denise S. Yellowstone National Park and the education of adults / by Denise S. Vick. c1986. pp. [xxii], 344 |. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F722 .V45 1986.
AFRO-AMERICANS - HISTORY5. . Weeks, Kay D. 'Interpreting slavery - a response'. CRM Bulletin v.15:5, 1992 pp. pp. 37-38.
PER.
AGED - RECREATION.6. . Renninger, Ellen Renee.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Seattle, Wash., and National Park Service (U.S.). Retirees in parks : implications for interpretation / by Ellen Renee Renninger. c1976. pp. vi, 146 leaves ; 30 cm.
SB481 .I5R41 1976.
AGRICULTURAL MUSEUMS.7. . Association For Living Historical Farms and Agricultural Museums. 'The right stuff : getting and using it' and : 'Raise high the roof beam : new dimensions on old foundations'. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution, 1988. pp. viii, 231 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Papers from the ALHFAM annual meetings ; 8.
S549.U6 A84 1988.
AIR - POLLUTION - STUDY AND TEACHING.8. . Baker, Kim A.; Mullins, Gary W.; Fortner, Rosanne W., and Man and the Biosphere Program. Interpreting critical resource issues in National Parks : clearing the air series / Kim A. Baker, research associate ; Project coordinators: Gary W. Mullins and Rosanne W. Fortner. [Columbus, Ohio] : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources, [1988?]. p. 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5I38 1988.

9. . Tassier, Kimberly S. and Man and the Biosphere Program. Directory of acid rain and air quality materials : for interpreters and educators / assembled and annotated by Kimberly S. Tassier ; edited by Rosanne W. Fortner ... [et al]. Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources, 1988. pp. ii, 27 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5I382 1988.

ARCHEOLOGICAL SITES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS10. Cowley, Jill. Visitor preferences for interpretive media at archeological sites27 p. HFC; NPSHC - INTERPRETATION.ARCHEOLOGY AND HISTORY.11. . Orr, David Gerald 1942 and Hagley Museum and Library. Historical archaeology and museum interpretation : an exemplary course / by David G. Orr. [Wilmington, Del.] : Hagley Museum and Library, 1989. p. 24 p. ; 23 cm. (Hagley papers.
CC75 .O7 1989.
ARCHEOLOGY AND HISTORY - UNITED STATES.12. . Jameson, John H. Presenting archaeology to the public : digging for truths / edited by John H. Jameson, Jr. ; technical editing by Virginia Horak. Walnut Creek, Calif., U.S.A. : AltaMira Press, c1997. pp. 288 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
E159.5 .P74 1997.
ARCHEOLOGY AND STATE - UNITED STATES13. . Ryan, Jan S. and National Park Service (U.S.). Preventing cultural resources destruction : taking action through interpretation / by Jan S. Ryan. [Denver, Colo.] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1992] pp. v, 91 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 R92 1992.
ASTRONOMY.14. . American Astronomical Society. Sky interpretation resource bulletin. East Lansing, Mich., Abrams Planetarium, Michigan State University.
QB63 .S58.
BATTLEFIELDS15. . Brown, Daniel. 'Some reflections on battlefield interpretation'. George Wright Forum V. 9:2, 1992 pp. pp. 62-64.
PER.

16. . RAINEY, REUBEN M. 'MEMORY OF WAR: REFLECTIONS ON BATTLEFIELD PRESERVATION.'. YEARBOOK OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, 1985 pp. pp. 69-89.
PER.

BEARS17. . Clarkson, Peter. and Sutterlin, Linda. Bear essentials : a source book and guide to planning bear education programs / by Peter Clarkson and Linda Sutterlin. [Missoula, Montana : American version distributed by C. Jonkel,School of Forestry, University of Montana, 1984]. pp. iii, [1], 66 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
QL737.C27 C4.
BEARS - ALASKA - DENALI NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE.18. . Sundstrom, Thord C. An analysis of Denali National Park and Preserve's management program to educate visitors regarding behavior while in bear county / by Thord C. Sundstrom. c1985. pp. iv, 291 leaves, bound : 1 map ; 29 cm.
F912 .M23S9 1985.
BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY19. . Chase, Alston. 'The role of the National Park Service in American education. George Wright Forum v. 6:1, 1989 pp. pp. 24-30.
GWF.
BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY.20. . Cunningham, Richard L. The biological diversity of food plants : some interpretive thoughts / by Richard L. Cunningham. San Francisco : [U.S. Dept. of the Interior] National Park Service, Western Regional Office, 1990. p. 51 p. ; 28 cm.
QK98.5 .C9 1990.

21. . Mullins, Gary W.; Palmer-Parfitt, Kim, and Watson, Michael D. 'Critical resource issues: interpreting biological diversity National Parks' / by ... Kim Palmer-Parfitt, Michael D. Wats. Legacy (NAI) vol. 2:4 July/August, 1991 pp. pp. 18-23.
PER.

22. . Spears, Carol. 'Interpreting biological diversity.'. Journal of Interpretation vol. 13:2, 1989 pp. pp. 4-6.
PER.

BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY CONSERVATION - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.23. . Mullins, Gary W.; Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group., and National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation. Interpreting biological diversity : a handbook for National Park Service communicators / [developed by the National Park Service, Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group with coordination by Gary W. Mullins et al., School of Natural Resources, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio]. [Washington] : National Park Service, [1989] p. 1 v. (looseleaf) : ill. ; 28 cm.
QH75 .N2 1989.
BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY CONSERVATION - STUDY AND TEACHING.24. . National Park Service (U.S.) Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group. and Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group. Interpreting biological diversity in the National Park System : a National Park Service interpretive initiative plan / prepared by the Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group. [Washington] : National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1988. p. 38 p. ; 28 cm.
QH75 .N26 1988.
BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY CONSERVATION - SURVEYS.25. . Mullins, Gary W.; Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group.; National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation.; Fortner, Rosanne W.; Palmer, Kim.; Ohio State University Research Foundation. Office of Sponsored Programs., and National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Wildlife and Vegetation. Report on the Interpreting Biological Diversity in the National Park Service Survey / by Gary W. Mullins, Rosanne W. Fortner, Kim Palmer, School of Natural Resources, The Ohio State University and Office of Sponsored Programs, The Ohio State University Research Foundation for the National Park Service. [Columbus, Ohio : School of Natural Resources, The Ohio State University], 1989. pp. iv, 59 [10] p. ; 28 cm.
QH75 .M9 1989.

26. . Mullins, Gary W.; Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group.; National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation.; Fortner, Rosanne W.; Palmer, Kim.; Ohio State University Research Foundation. Office of Sponsored Programs., and National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Wildlife and Vegetation. 'Interpreting Biological Diversity in the National Park Service' Survey : Executive summary / Gary W. Mullins, Rosanne W. Fortner, Kim Palmer, School of Natural Resources, The Ohio State University and Office of Sponsored Programs, The Ohio State University Research Foundation for the National Park Service. [Columbus, Ohio : School of Natural Resources, The Ohio State University], 1989. p. 22 p. ; 28 cm.
QH75 .M95 1989.

BISCAYNE NATIONAL PARK - HISTORY.27. . Burrus, E. Carter. A history of the islands and waters of the Biscayne National Park : a multi-media interpretive program / by E. Carter Burrus, Jr. Coral Gables, Fla. : University of Miami, 1984. pp. xi, 147 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
F317.M7 B9 1984.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON NATIONAL MONUMENT28. . Haynes, L. Betsy G. 'The Burroughs Plantation : a departure from fiction'. Legacy vol. 7:4 July/August, 1996 pp. pp. 25-29.
PER.
BOSTON AFRICAN AMERICAN NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE(BOSTON, MASS.)29. . Perkins, Angela Louise. and Harvard University. Graduate School of Design Thesis. The Boston African American National Historical Site : an interpretation using interactive multimedia / by Angela Louise Perkins. p. 270 leaves : ill. 29 cm.
F73.37 .P37 1993.
CAMPGROUNDS - MANAGEMENT.30. . Roggenbuck, Joseph W.; Oliver, Susan S.; Hall, Otis F., and United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Waterways Experiment Station. The effectiveness of interpretation in reducing depreciative behavior in campgrounds : final report ... / by Joseph W. Roggenbuck, Otis F. Hall, Susan S. Oliver. Blacksburg, Va. : Dept. of Forestry, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1982. pp. vii, 110 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 R45 1982.
CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.31. . Hicks, Margie. Cranberries, cranberries : background information for interpreting cranberries in Cape Cod National Seashore / b Margie Hicks. [s.l. : Cape Cod National Seashore, Mass.], 1979. pp. 42, 21, [4] p. : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB383 .H5.
CARL HAYDEN VISITOR CENTER (UTAH).32. . Crostic, Robert L. Measurement and evaluation of visitor center interpretive messages and media / by Robert L. Crostic. c1975. p. 47 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 C7.
CAVES33. Lipman, Diane S. and Hodgson, Ronald W. The influence of interpersonal interpretation on the effectiveness of self-guided cave tours. Journal of Environmental Education. 1978 Fall; 10(1):32-34.CHANNEL ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK - INTERPRETATION34. . 'Interpreting critical resource issues' (special insert). Journal of Interpretation v.13:2, 1989 p. 20 p.
PER.
CHILD CARE.35. . Children's environments quarterly. New York, N.Y. : Center for Human Environments/Environmental Psychology Program, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, [1984- City University of New York, 33 W. 42 St., New York, N.Y. 10036 p. v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
BF353 .C46.
CHILDREN AND COMMUNICATION.36. . Ecroyd. Donald H. and Eastern National Park & Monument Association. Talking with young visitors in the parks / Donald H. Ecroyd. [Philadelphia : National Park Service, Mid-Atlantic Regional Office], 1989. pp. v, 47 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. (Interpretive monograph Number 2.
HV1421 .E36 1989.
CHILDREN AS PARK VISITORS.37. . National Park Service (U.S.) Pacific Northwest Region. International year of the child : some ideas on interpretation. [Seattle] : The Region, [1979]. p. 1 v. : 27 cm.
SB481.I5 P3.
CHILDREN - PERIODICALS.38. . Children's environments quarterly. New York, N.Y. : Center for Human Environments/Environmental Psychology Program, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, [1984- City University of New York, 33 W. 42 St., New York, N.Y. 10036 p. v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
BF353 .C46.
CHILDREN'S MUSEUMS.39. . Children's environments quarterly. New York, N.Y. : Center for Human Environments/Environmental Psychology Program, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, [1984- City University of New York, 33 W. 42 St., New York, N.Y. 10036 p. v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
BF353 .C46.

40. . Royal Ontario Museum. Hands on : setting up a discovery room in your museum or school. Toronto : The Museum, 1979. pp. xiii, 170 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
AM101.O57 A45.

CLEARING THE AIR SERIES.41. . Tassier, Kimberly S. and Man and the Biosphere Program. Directory of acid rain and air quality materials : for interpreters and educators / assembled and annotated by Kimberly S. Tassier ; edited by Rosanne W. Fortner ... [et al]. Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources, 1988. pp. ii, 27 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5I382 1988.
COLLECTORS AND COLLECTING.42. . Pearce, Susan M. Interpreting objects and collections / edited by Susan M. Pearce. London ; New York : Routledge, 1994. pp. xii, 343 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. (Leicester readers in museum studies.
AM231 .I58 1994.
COLONIAL NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK - VISITOR STUDIES.43. . Machlis, Gary E.; Dolsen, Dana E., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Colonial National Historical Park / Gary E. Machlis, Dana E. Dolsen. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1988. p. 2 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 10.
SB481 .V5V4 no.10.
COMMUNICATION.44. . Reitz, Tom. and Parks Canada. Foundations for interpretive messages : a basis for more effective communication (draft) / prepared by Tom Reitz ... for Socio-economic Division, Program management, Parks Canada. Ottawa : Parks Canada, 1980. pp. vii, 64 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 R35.
COMMUNICATION - CONGRESSES.45. . Symposium on Interpretation (1970 : Midland, Ontario. A symposium on interpretation : theme - more effective communication : Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, Midland, Ontario, April 8,9,10, 1970 / Sponsored by the Canadian Wildlife Service ... Ottawa : The Service, [1970?] pp. vi, 79 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 S9.
COMMUNICATION IN MANAGEMENT - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.46. . Recreation Research Program. and United States. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.>uVicksburg, Miss. >4org. Supplements to a guide to cultural and environmental interpretation in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Vicksburg, Miss. : U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station ;>a[Springfield, Va. : available from National Technical Information Service, 1984] p. 319 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Instruction report ; R-84-1.
SB481 .I5P7 Supp.
COMMUNICATION IN RECREATION.47. . Ecroyd. Donald H. and Eastern National Park & Monument Association. Talking with young visitors in the parks / Donald H. Ecroyd. [Philadelphia : National Park Service, Mid-Atlantic Regional Office], 1989. pp. v, 47 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. (Interpretive monograph Number 2.
HV1421 .E36 1989.
COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION.48. . Martin, Laura M. W. 1947 and City University of New York. Center for Human Environments. Environmental Psychology Program. Children and interactive electronic environments / issue editor, Laura M. W. Martin. New York, N.Y. : Center for Human Environments/Environmental Psychology Program. The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, 1984. p. 52 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Children's environments quarterly ; v. 5, no. 4.
BF353 .C46 v. 5:4.
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES - CONGRESSES.49. . Graham, Robert 1942; Lawrence, Richard 1954, and University of Waterloo. Tourism Research and Education Centre. Towards serving visitors and managing our resources : proceedings of a North American workshop on visitor management: perspectives of several Canadian and United States park, protected area and natural resource management agencies, February 14-17, 1989, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada / [Robert Graham and Richard Lawrence, editors and compilers]. Waterloo, Ont. : Tourism Research and Education Centre, University of Waterloo, 1990.
SB484.C3 T69 1990.

50. . New Directions for the Conservation of Parks : an International Working Conference>n(1st : June, 1983 Luneburger Heide and Bayerischer Wald Germany; Wauer, Roland. The role of the park ranger.; National Parks and Conservation Association., and Sax, Joseph. An American perspective. Views of the green : presentations from ... / edited by Paul C. Pritchard. Washington : National Parks and Conservation Association, 1985. pp. [x], 154 p. : ill. ; 23cm.
SB484 .A1N4 1983.

CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES - STUDY AND TEACHING.51. . Aldridge, Don. and Council of Europe. The monster book of environmental education / by Don Aldridge. Norwich [Norfolk] : Published for the Council of Europe by Geo Abstracts, 1981. p. [134] p. : ill. ; 16 x 22 cm.
SB481.I5 A43.

52. . Wagar, J. Alan 1930; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or., and Forest Service (U.S.). Cassette tapes for interpretation / by J. Alan Wagar. Portland, Or. : Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1976. pp. [ii], 20 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (USDA Forest Service research paper PNW ; 207.
SB481.I5 W2.

CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES - STUDY ANDTEACHING - CALIFORNIA.53. . California Association for Outdoor Education. and California. Office of Conservation Education. Teaching conservation and natural science in the outdoors; a handbook for teachers, camp leaders, counselors and youth leaders in preparing and carrying out programs in outdoor education. Sacramento : State of California, Office of Conservation Education, 1968. p. 47 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
S946 .C3 1968.
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES - STUDY ANDTEACHING - CANADA - CONGRESSES.54. . National Workshop of Interpretation Canada>n(7th : 1979 : Naramata, B. C.; Barkley, Bill 1941, and British Columbia Provincial Museum. Heritage interpretation : making interpretation relevant : selected papers from the 7th National Workshop of Interpretation Canada, Naramata, British Columbia, November 1-4, 1979 / editor, Bill Barkley. Victoria, B.C. : British Columbia Provincial Museum, 1980. pp. v, 74 p. ; 28 cm. (Heritage record,>x0701-9556 ; no. 11.
SB481.I5 N3 1979.
CONSTELLATIONS.55. . American Astronomical Society. Sky interpretation resource bulletin. East Lansing, Mich., Abrams Planetarium, Michigan State University.
QB63 .S58.
COOPERATING ASSOCIATIONS - COMMENTARY.56. . National Parks and Conservation Association. Interpretation : key to the park experience. [Washington] : National Parks and Conservation Association, [1988]. pp. [vii], 133 p. ; 28 cm. (Investing in park futures : a blueprint for tomorrow ; vol. 4.
SB481 .P5I4 1988 v.4.
CRANBERRY.57. . Hicks, Margie. Cranberries, cranberries : background information for interpreting cranberries in Cape Cod National Seashore / b Margie Hicks. [s.l. : Cape Cod National Seashore, Mass.], 1979. pp. 42, 21, [4] p. : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB383 .H5.
CULTURAL LANDSCAPES58. . Banks, Alan S. 'Interpreting the cultural landscape : turning the inside ou. Legacy vol. 7:4 July/August, 1976 pp. pp. 13-17.
PER.
CULTURAL PROPERTY, PROTECTION OF - CONGRESSES.59. . Global Congress of Heritage Interpretation International (3rd : 1991 : Honolulu, Hawaii USA; Tabata, Raymond S.; Yamashiro, Jane., and Cherem, Gabriel. Joining Hnads for Quality Tourism, Interpretation, Preservation and the Travel Industry : Proceedings of the Heritage Interpretation International Third Global Congress, November 3-8, 1991, Honolulu, Hawaii USA / edited by Raymond S. Tabata, Jane Yamashiro, Gabriel Cherem. Honolulu, Hawaii : University of Hawaii, Sea Grant Extension Service, [1992] pp. xx, 468 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (UNIHI-SEAGRANT-CR ; 9205.
SB481.I5 G49 1992.
CULTURE DIFFUSION - CONGRESSES.60. . Karp, Ivan.; Lavine, Steven 1947, and Rockefeller Foundation. Exhibiting cultures : the poetics and politics of museum display / edited by Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine. Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991. p. p. cm.
AM151 .E94 1991.
CUYAHOGA VALLEY NATIONAL RECREATION AREA61. . Spears, Carol. 'Interpreting biological diversity.'. Journal of Interpretation vol. 13:2, 1989 pp. pp. 4-6.
PER.
DENALI NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE - BEARS.62. . Sundstrom, Thord C. An analysis of Denali National Park and Preserve's management program to educate visitors regarding behavior while in bear county / by Thord C. Sundstrom. c1985. pp. iv, 291 leaves, bound : 1 map ; 29 cm.
F912 .M23S9 1985.
DISCOVERY CORNERS.63. . Wolf, Robert L.; Tymitz, Barbara L., and Munley, Mary Ellen. The pause that refreshes : a study of visitor reactions to the Discovery Corners in the National Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution / Robert L. Wolf, Mary Ellen Munley, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1979. pp. i, 56, [5] p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W52.
DOMESTICS - UNITED STATES - HISTORY - BIBLIOGRAPHY.64. . Levy, Barbara A. 'The view from the kitchen : interpreting the lives of domestic workers' ; a one-day conference for historic site staff presented by The national Trust for Historic Preservation, Boston, Massachusetts, October 25, 1994 ; Annotated bibliography / compiled by Barbara A. Levy. [Boston?] : The National Trust for Historic Preservation, c1994. pp. 15, [16],28 l. 28 cm.
HD6072.2.U5 V4 1994.
DOMINGUEZ AND ESCALANTE EXPEDITION, 1776.65. . Architects/Planners Alliance, Salt Lake City Utah.; Dominguez, Francisco Atanasio fl. 1776., and Velez de Escalante, Silvestre fl. 1768-1779. Dominguez-Escalante trail bicentennial master plan and final report : prepared for the Dominguez-Escalante State/Federal Bicentennial Commission ... by Architects/Planners Alliance, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 15, 1976. [Salt Lake City : Architects/Planners Alliance], 1976. pp. [168] |.(var.pag.) ; plates, maps. 28 cm.
F799 .D55.
DRAMATICS.66. . Hilker, Gordon and Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.). The audience and you : practical dramatics for the park interpreter / by Gordon Hilker. [Washington] : National Park Service, 1974. p. 65 p. ; 24 cm.
SB481 .I5H4 1974.
ECOLOGY67. . Chase, Alston. 'The role of the National Park Service in American education. George Wright Forum v. 6:1, 1989 pp. pp. 24-30.
GWF.
ECOLOGY - STUDY AND TEACHING.68. . Aldridge, Don. and Council of Europe. The monster book of environmental education / by Don Aldridge. Norwich [Norfolk] : Published for the Council of Europe by Geo Abstracts, 1981. p. [134] p. : ill. ; 16 x 22 cm.
SB481.I5 A43.

69. . Makruski, Edward Dennis. A conceptual analysis of 'environmental interpretation' / Edward Dennis Makruski. c1978. pp. vii, 198 p.
SB481.I5 M346.

70. . Wagar, J. Alan 1930; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or., and Forest Service (U.S.). Cassette tapes for interpretation / by J. Alan Wagar. Portland, Or. : Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1976. pp. [ii], 20 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (USDA Forest Service research paper PNW ; 207.
SB481.I5 W2.

EDUCATION - DATA PROCESSING.71. . Martin, Laura M. W. 1947 and City University of New York. Center for Human Environments. Environmental Psychology Program. Children and interactive electronic environments / issue editor, Laura M. W. Martin. New York, N.Y. : Center for Human Environments/Environmental Psychology Program. The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, 1984. p. 52 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Children's environments quarterly ; v. 5, no. 4.
BF353 .C46 v. 5:4.
EDUCATION - PHILOSOPHY.72. . Makruski, Edward Dennis. A conceptual analysis of 'environmental interpretation' / Edward Dennis Makruski. c1978. pp. vii, 198 p.
SB481.I5 M346.
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS73. . Chase, Alston. 'The role of the National Park Service in American education. George Wright Forum v. 6:1, 1989 pp. pp. 24-30.
GWF.
EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT.74. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation. A personal training program for interpreters. [Washington] : The Division, [1976] pp. 122 p. : ill., ports. ; 27 cm.
SB481.I5 N25 1976.
ENERGY CONSERVATION.75. . Stephenson, Lee. and National Recreation and Park Association. Energy manual for parks : a handbook for interpreters and naturalists / by Lee Stephenson. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1979?],c1976. pp. 165 p. in various pagings : ill., graphs ; 28 cm.
SB481 .S86.
ENERGY CONSERVATION - IDAHO.76. . Machlis, Gary E. Gary Edward; Ham, Sam H.; Deyerberg, Robert P.; University of Idaho. College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences.; Idaho State Office of Energy., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (University of Idaho). Energy interpretation : a guide for Idaho state parks / by Gary E. Machlis, Sam H. Ham, Robert P. Deyerberg. Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, [1981] pp. 34 leaves : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 M23 1981.
ENERGY CONSERVATION - STUDY AND TEACHING.77. . Lewis, William J. Development of the energy conservation theme for use in National Parks : (final report), June 30, 1976. [s.l. : s.n., 1976] p. 100 leaves ; 27 cm.
SB481 .L4.

78. . National Park Service (U.S.) Pacific Northwest Region. Some ideas on energy interpretation. [Seattle] : The Region, 1979. p. 1 v. : 27 cm.
SB481.I5 P2.

ENVIRONMENT AND CHILDREN.79. . Martin, Laura M. W. 1947 and City University of New York. Center for Human Environments. Environmental Psychology Program. Children and interactive electronic environments / issue editor, Laura M. W. Martin. New York, N.Y. : Center for Human Environments/Environmental Psychology Program. The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, 1984. p. 52 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Children's environments quarterly ; v. 5, no. 4.
BF353 .C46 v. 5:4.
ENVIRONMENT AND CHILDREN - PERIODICALS.80. . Children's environments quarterly. New York, N.Y. : Center for Human Environments/Environmental Psychology Program, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, [1984- City University of New York, 33 W. 42 St., New York, N.Y. 10036 p. v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
BF353 .C46.
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION.81. . Ham, Sam H. Environmental interpretation : a practical guide for people with big ideas and small budgets / Sam H. Ham. Golden, Colo. : North American Press, c1992. pp. xxvi, 456 p., [5] p. of plates : ill. (some col), maps ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 H36 1992.
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - GREAT BRITAIN - BIBLIOGRAPHY.82. . Stevens, Terry. and Centre for Environmental Interpretation. Environmental interpretation : a bibliography / Terry Stevens. [Manchester, England : Centre for Environmental Interpretation], 1985. pp. 51 p., 8 p. of plates ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 S86 1985.
ETHNOGRAPHY83. . Trotter, Robert T. III. Ethnographic research at Wupatki National Monument: a new to interpretation. in: Journal of Interpretation, Vol.14:1, 1990 p. pp. R1-R11.
SB481 .I5J5 V.14:1.
EXCAVATIONS (ARCHEOLOGY)84. . Binks, Gillian.; Dyke, John.; Dagnall, Philip., and English Heritage. Visitors welcome : a manual on the presentation and interpretation of archaeological excavations / by Gillian Binks, John Dyke, Philip Dagnall ; in association with Dai Morgan Evans and Geoff Wainwright. London : H.M.S.O., 1988. p. 162 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
SB481.I5 B49 1988.
EXCAVATIONS (ARCHEOLOGY) - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - UNITED STATES.85. . Jameson, John H. Presenting archaeology to the public : digging for truths / edited by John H. Jameson, Jr. ; technical editing by Virginia Horak. Walnut Creek, Calif., U.S.A. : AltaMira Press, c1997. pp. 288 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
E159.5 .P74 1997.
EXHIBIT DESIGN - ROMO86. . Mack, James A. and Thompson, James B. 'Visitor center planning' / by James A. Mack and James B. Th. Legacy (NAI) vol. 2:4 July/August, 1991 pp. pp. 6-9.
PER.
EXHIBIT DESIGN - VISITOR CIRCULATION87. . Lankford, Sherri; Bitgood, Stephen, and Cota, Amy. 'Orientation & circulation' (Special issue) ed. by Sherri Lankford, Stephen Bitgood, Amy Cota. Visitor Behavior v. 10:2 Summer, 1995 pp. pp. 3-17.
PER.
EXHIBITIONS.88. . Bitgood, Stephen. and Center for Social Design (Jacksonville, Ala. The role of simulated immersion in exhibition / Stephen Bitgood. Jacksonville, Ala. : Center for Social Design, 1990. p. 28 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Technical report / Center for Social Design ; no. 90-20.
AM151 .B57 1990.
EXHIBITIONS - EVALUATION - CONGRESSES.89. . Interpretation Central Training Institute, 1st Ann Arbor Mich. 1978.; Interpretation Central., and University of Michigan. School of Natural Resources. Proceedings of the first Interpretation Central Training Institute held in Ann Arbor, Michigan on November 30 - December 2, 1978 / sponsored by the Training Division of Interpretation Central in cooperation with the Exhibit Museum and the School of Natural Resources of the University of Michigan. Ann Arbor : Interpretation Central, c1979. pp. iv, 66 p. : diags. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I42 1978.

90. . Interpretation Training Institute, Ann Arbor Mich. 1980.; Interpretation Central.; University of Michigan. School of Natural Resources., and University of Michigan. Extension Service. Proceedings of the Interpretation Training Institute held in Ann Arbor, Michigan, March 27-29, 1980 / sponsored by Interpretation Central and the University of Michigan Extension Service and School of Natural Resources, in cooperation with the Canadian Wildlife Service, the Interpretation Research Institute, and the University of Michigan Exhibit Museum. [Ann Arbor : Interpretation Central, 1980]. pp. 2 |., 93 p. : diags. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I43 1980.

91. . Karp, Ivan.; Lavine, Steven 1947, and Rockefeller Foundation. Exhibiting cultures : the poetics and politics of museum display / edited by Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine. Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991. p. p. cm.
AM151 .E94 1991.

EXHIBITS - EVALUATION92. Cummings, Mary-Ellen and Gebhard, Carolline. Treaties and memorials : interpreting Horseshoe Bend National Military Park. Public Historian. 1996 Fall; 18(4):19-36.FAIRSTED (BROOKLINE, MASS.)93. . Interpretive operations plan : Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, Massachusetts. Brookline, Mass. : Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, 1986. pp. 77 p. : maps, plans ; 28 cm.
FRLA 3.
FIRE EXTINCTION.94. . Zelker, Thomas M. and Forest Service (U.S.). Forest interpreter's primer on fire management : [a reference for Forest Service, USDA Forest interpreters / prepared by Thomas M. Zelker]. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, [1976] pp. viii, 70 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. (Training text ; TT-53(1660/2300) United States. Forest Service. Training text ; TT-53(1660/2300).
SB481.I5 Z4.
FIREMEN.95. . Zelker, Thomas M. and Forest Service (U.S.). Forest interpreter's primer on fire management : [a reference for Forest Service, USDA Forest interpreters / prepared by Thomas M. Zelker]. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, [1976] pp. viii, 70 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. (Training text ; TT-53(1660/2300) United States. Forest Service. Training text ; TT-53(1660/2300).
SB481.I5 Z4.
FISHING-FOR-FUN PROGRAM.96. . Fishery resources of the National Parks : a portfolio of policy statements, agreements, and papers dealing with the research, interpretation and management of fishery resources and recreational fishing in areas administered by the National Park Service. Washington : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 1964. p. 1 v. (various paging) ; 27 cm.
SH463 .N5 1964.
FISHING - UNITED STATES.97. . Fishery resources of the National Parks : a portfolio of policy statements, agreements, and papers dealing with the research, interpretation and management of fishery resources and recreational fishing in areas administered by the National Park Service. Washington : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 1964. p. 1 v. (various paging) ; 27 cm.
SH463 .N5 1964.
FLORIDA KEYS - HISTORY.98. . Burrus, E. Carter. A history of the islands and waters of the Biscayne National Park : a multi-media interpretive program / by E. Carter Burrus, Jr. Coral Gables, Fla. : University of Miami, 1984. pp. xi, 147 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
F317.M7 B9 1984.
FLORISSANT FOSSIL BEDS NATIONAL MONUMENT99. . Griswold, Michael D. 'Evaluation tools for personal services interpretation.'. Legacy v.4:1 Jan/Feb, 1993 pp. pp. 12-16.
PER.
FORCE AND ENERGY - STUDY AND TEACHING.100. . Stephenson, Lee.; Strader, Nancy., and National Recreation and Park Association. Energy workbook for parks / by Lee Stephenson, Nancy Strader. Edited by Anita Finkelstein. s.l.] : National Recreation and Park Assoc.>e(Washington :>fU.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.) 1979. pp. v,96 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. pbk.
SB481 .S865.
FOREST MANAGEMENT - UNITED STATES.101. . Zelker, Thomas M. and Forest Service (U.S.). Forest interpreter's primer on fire management : [a reference for Forest Service, USDA Forest interpreters / prepared by Thomas M. Zelker]. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, [1976] pp. viii, 70 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. (Training text ; TT-53(1660/2300) United States. Forest Service. Training text ; TT-53(1660/2300).
SB481.I5 Z4.
FOREST RANGERS.102. . Machlis, Gary E. Children's interpretation : a discovery book for interpreters / by Gary Machlis and Maureen McDonough. [Seattle : National Park Service, Cooperative Park Studies Unit, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., Washington, 1978] p. 28 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 M23.
FORESTS AND FORESTRY - EDUCATION.103. . Park Naturalists' Training Conference>n(1st : 1929 : Berkeley, Calif. Proceedings of the first Park Naturalists' Training Conference held at Education headquarters, Berkeley, California, November 1 to 30, 1929. [Berkeley, California, 1932] pp. 1 p. l., 4 numb. l., 5-210 p. 27 cm.
/ Conferences.
FORT WILLIAM (ONT.)104. . Canada. Ministry of Culture and Recreation. Old Fort William staff handbook. [Toronto] : the Ministry, 1977. p. 81 p. : maps. ; 21 cm.
F1059.5.F76 C2.
FORTYMILE RESOURCE AREA.105. . Glick, Arthur N; Mertes, James D. joint author.; United States. Bureau of Land Management., and Texas Tech University. Dept. of Park Administration, Landscape Architecture and Horticulture. Fortymile : a minimum personnel contact visitor management program / Arthur N. Glick, James D. Mertes ; prepared for the Bureau of Land Management, U. S. Department of Interior, Fairbanks, Alaska by Department of Park Administration and Landscape Architecture, Texas Tech University. Lubbock, Tex. : Department of Park Administration and Landscape Architecture, Texas Tech University, 1976. pp. xiii, [i], 225 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
F912.F5 G5.
FREDERICK LAW OLMSTED NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE106. . Banks, Alan S. 'Interpreting the cultural landscape : turning the inside ou. Legacy vol. 7:4 July/August, 1976 pp. pp. 13-17.
PER.
FREDERICK LAW OLMSTED NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE (BROOKLINE,MASS.)107. . Interpretive operations plan : Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, Massachusetts. Brookline, Mass. : Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, 1986. pp. 77 p. : maps, plans ; 28 cm.
FRLA 3.
GAMES.108. . Cornell, Joseph Bharat. Sharing nature with children : a parents' and teachers' nature-awareness guidebook / by Joseph Bharat Cornell. [Nevada City, Calif.] : Ananda Publications, 1979. p. 143 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
QH53 .C77.
GEORGE WASHINGTON BIRTHPLACE NATIONAL MONUMENT109. . Carson, Paul. 'The growth and evolution of interpretation at George Washin Birthplace'. Northern Neck of Virginia History Mag. December, 1986 pp. pp. 4110-4125.
/ PHRF GEWA.
GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK110. Knopf, Richard C. Cognitive map formation as a tool for facilitating information transfer in interpretive programming. 1979; 9 p.GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK - HISTORY111. . Leon, Warren. and Rosenzweig, Roy. History museums in the United States : a critical assessment / edited by Warren Leon, Roy Rosenzweig. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1989. p. 333 p. : ill.
E159 .H73 1989.

112. . Wensyel, James W. 'Tales of a Gettysburg guide.'. American Heritage 45/2 April, 1994 pp. PP. 104-113.
PER.

GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK (PA) - VISITOR STUDIES.113. . Machlis, Gary E.; Baldwin, Sara B., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Gettysburg National Military Park / Gary E. Machlis, Sara B. Baldwin. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1987. p. 3 v. : maps ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 7.
SB481 .V5V4 no.7.
GLOBAL WARMING.114. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation. Interpreting global change : a National Park Service communicator's handbook. [Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Division of Interpretation, 1993] pp. ii, 135 p. (looseleaf) : ill. ; 28 cm.
HC79 .E5I5 1993.
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.115. . Greenberg, Laura B.; Underhill, A. Heaton., and Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit (Tucson, Ariz. Improving visitor communications in Grand Canyon National Park / Laura B. Greenberg, A. Heaton Underhill. Tucson, Ariz. : Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit, University of Arizona, [1986] pp. v, 71 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm. (Special report ; no. 4 Special report (Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit (Tucson, Ariz.)) ; no. 4.
GRCA 55.
GREAT BASIN - DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL.116. . Architects/Planners Alliance, Salt Lake City Utah.; Dominguez, Francisco Atanasio fl. 1776., and Velez de Escalante, Silvestre fl. 1768-1779. Dominguez-Escalante trail bicentennial master plan and final report : prepared for the Dominguez-Escalante State/Federal Bicentennial Commission ... by Architects/Planners Alliance, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 15, 1976. [Salt Lake City : Architects/Planners Alliance], 1976. pp. [168] |.(var.pag.) ; plates, maps. 28 cm.
F799 .D55.
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK117. . Adams, Amy E. and Hammitt, William E. 'Visitor behaviors which enhance wildlife viewing : imnplica for interpretation.' by Amy E. Adams and Dr. William E. Hamm. Legacy v. 4:5 SEP/OCT, 1993 pp. pp. 18-23.
PER.
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK - INTERPRETATION118. . 'Interpreting critical resource issues' (special insert). Journal of Interpretation v.13:2, 1989 p. 20 p.
PER.
GULF ISLANDS NATIONAL SEASHORE - INTERPRETATION119. . 'Interpreting critical resource issues' (special insert). Journal of Interpretation v.13:2, 1989 p. 20 p.
PER.

120. . Bishop, Gail. 'The effectiveness of the National Park Service Red Wolf edu program at Gulf Islands National Seashore.'. Legacy v. 3:5 Sept./Oct., 1992 pp. pp. 29-33.
PER.

HANDICAPPED - SERVICES FOR.121. . National Park Service (U.S.) Western Region.; Wetterling, Lea., and White, Vicki. Full spectrum visitor services : [Special populations training handbook] / developed by Lea wetterling, Vicki White. [San Francisco] : National Park Service, Western Regional Office, [1980?]. p. 1 v..(looseleaf) : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5U56.
HARPERS FERRY CENTER (U.S.)122. . Questionnaire responses : Harpers Ferry Center as seen by interpreters, superintendent, and regional chiefs of interpretation. [Harpers Ferry, W.Va. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Sevice, Harpers Ferry Center], 1985. p. [78] p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5Q9 1985.
HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK - INTERPRETATION123. . 'Interpreting critical resource issues' (special insert). Journal of Interpretation v.13:2, 1989 p. 20 p.
PER.
HENDERSON, G.L.124. . Whittlesey, Lee H. 'The first National Park interpreter : G.L. Henderson in Yel 1882-1902'. Montana v.46 Spring, 1996 pp. pp. 26-41.
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125. ---. The first National Park interpreter : G.L. Henderson in Yellowstone, 1882-1902. Montana, the Magazine of Western History. 1996 Spring; 46(1):26-41.

HISTORIC AMERICAN ENGINEERING RECORD.126. . Barker, Leo R. and Huston, Ann E. Death Valley to Deadwood; Kennecott to Cripple Creek : proceedings of the Historic Mining Conference January 23-27, 1989, Death Valley National Monument / edited by Leo R. Barker and Ann E. Huston. San Francisco, Calif. : Div. of National Register Programs, National Park Service, 1990. p. 219 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
TN23 .D42 1990.
HISTORIC BUILDINGS - CONSERVATION ANDRESTORATION - BIBLIOGRAPHY.127. . Rath, Frederick L. and O'Connell, Merrilyn Rogers joint author. A bibliography on historical organization practices / edited by Frederick L. Rath, Jr. and Merrilyn Rogers O'Connell. Nashville : American Association for State and Local History, [1975- p. v. ; 24 cm.
Z1251.A2 R35.
HISTORIC HOUSES, ETC - PRESERVATION.128. . New York State Historical Association. and National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United States. Primer for preservation : a handbook for historic-house keeping. [New York? : The New York State Historical Association?, 1956?] p. 23 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm. (Historic-house keeping series ; no.1.
NA105 .P73.
HISTORIC PRESERVATION.129. . New York State Historical Association. and National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United States. Primer for preservation : a handbook for historic-house keeping. [New York? : The New York State Historical Association?, 1956?] p. 23 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm. (Historic-house keeping series ; no.1.
NA105 .P73.
HISTORIC PRESERVATION - UNITED STATES130. . Wallace, Mike 1942. Mickey Mouse history and other essays on American memory / Mike Wallace. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1996. pp. xiv, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
E172 .W35 1996.
HISTORIC SITES - CANADA - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.131. . Association Quebecoise d"interpretation du patrimoine.; Interpretation Canada., and Interpretation Canada. Ontario Section. Interpretation and tourism Ottawa / 88 : a national conference on heritage interpretation, proceedings. [Ottawa : Interpretation Canada?, 1988?] p. 237 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I41 1988.
HISTORIC SITES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.132. . Schroeder, Fred E. H. Interpreting and reinterpreting associative historic sites and artifacts / Fred E. H. Schroeder. [Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1986]. p. 16 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (AASLH technical report ; 6. American Association for State and Local History. Technical Report ; 6.
AM1 .A45 no. 6.

133. . Uzzell, David. Heritage interpretation / edited by David Uzzell. London ; New York : Belhaven Press, 1989. p. 2 v. : ill.
SB481.I5 .H38 1989.

HISTORIC SITES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - ADDRESSES, ESSAYS,LECTURES.134. . Museum Education Roundtable. Interpreting historic sites & the built environment. [Rockville, Md. : Museum Education Roundtable], 1985. p. 32 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I39.
HISTORIC SITES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - CANADA - CONGRESSES135. . National Workshop of Interpretation Canada>n(7th : 1979 : Naramata, B. C.; Barkley, Bill 1941, and British Columbia Provincial Museum. Heritage interpretation : making interpretation relevant : selected papers from the 7th National Workshop of Interpretation Canada, Naramata, British Columbia, November 1-4, 1979 / editor, Bill Barkley. Victoria, B.C. : British Columbia Provincial Museum, 1980. pp. v, 74 p. ; 28 cm. (Heritage record,>x0701-9556 ; no. 11.
SB481.I5 N3 1979.
HISTORIC SITES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - CONGRESSES.136. . AIN/WIA National Workshop (1981 : Estes Park, Colo.; Association of Interpretive Naturalists., and Western Interpreters Association. Program papers, Association of Interpretive Naturalists, Western Interpreters Association National Workshop, Estes Park, 1981. Derwood, Md. : AIN Central Office, 1981. p. 132 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 A7 1981.

137. . National Interpreters Workshop (1989 : St. Paul, Minn.; Hahn, Denis R., and National Association of Interpreters. Proceedings of the interpretation / management sessions / Denis R. Hahn, Chair - Program Committee. [s.l.] : National Association of Interpretation, 1989. pp. vi, 454 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1989.

138. . National Interpreters Workshop (1990 : Charleston, S. C.; Kulhavy, David L.; National Association of Interpreters.; Legg, Michael H.; Wright, David G. Information systems in interpretation.; Kleiman, Tom. The New dynamic duo video and computers., and Sheetz, Ron. Russian artifacts from Sitka. 'What's past is prologue' : our legacy - our future ; 1990 National Interpreters Workshop, Charleston, South Carolina / coedited by David L. Kulhavy [and] Michael H. Legg. Nacogdoches, Tex. : Center for Applied Studies, School of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State University, c1990. pp. [4,x], 398 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5N18 1990.

139. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1994 : Cleveland, Ohio; Vander Stoep, Gail A.; Cho, Hyung-Yon., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The Interpretive sourcebook : the proceedings of the 1994 National Interpreters' Workshop : Images and perceptions, interpretation makes the difference / editors: Gail A. Vander Stoep, Hyung-Yon Cho. [United States] : National Association for Interpretation, 1994. (Madison, Wis. :>fOmnipress) pp. x, 331 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1994.

140. . National Interpreters Workshop (1996 : Billings, Mont.; Koopmann, Richard W. ed., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). A sense of place, a sense of space : interpretation under the big sky : 1996 interpretive sourcebook : proceedings of the National Interpreters Workshop, October 22-26, 1996, Billings, Montana / Richard W. Koopmann, editor. [Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, 1996] p. 327 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1996.

HISTORIC SITES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - DATAPROCESSING.141. . Perkins, Angela Louise. and Harvard University. Graduate School of Design Thesis. The Boston African American National Historical Site : an interpretation using interactive multimedia / by Angela Louise Perkins. p. 270 leaves : ill. 29 cm.
F73.37 .P37 1993.
HISTORIC SITES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS,ETC.142. . Grinder, Alison L. and McCoy, E. Sue. The good guide : a sourcebook for interpreters, docents, and tour guides / Alison L. Grinder, E. Sue McCoy. Scottsdale, Ariz. : Ironwood Press, c1985. pp. xiv, 147 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 G63 1985.
HISTORIC SITES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - MINNESOTA.143. . Minnesota Historical Society. A historic interpretation program for the State of Minnesota : a report submitted to the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources / by the Minnesota Historical Society. St. Paul : The Society, 1977. p. 147 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F607 .M53 1977.
HISTORIC SITES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - UNITED STATES.144. . Alderson, William T. William Thomas 1926 and Low, Shirley Payne. Interpretation of historic sites / William T. Alderson and Shirley Payne Low. Nashville : American Association for State and Local History, 1985. p. 202 p. : ill.
SB481.I5 A36 1985.

145. . Jameson, John H. Presenting archaeology to the public : digging for truths / edited by John H. Jameson, Jr. ; technical editing by Virginia Horak. Walnut Creek, Calif., U.S.A. : AltaMira Press, c1997. pp. 288 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
E159.5 .P74 1997.

146. . Mackintosh, Barry. and National Park Service (U.S.) History Division. Interpretation in the National Park Service : a historical perspective / by Barry Mackintosh. Washington, D.C. : History Division, National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, 1986. pp. vi, 117 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5M25 1986.

147. . Wallace, Mike 1942. Mickey Mouse history and other essays on American memory / Mike Wallace. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1996. pp. xiv, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
E172 .W35 1996.

HISTORIC SITES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - UNITEDSTATES - HISTORY.148. . National Park Service (U.S.) Office of Interpretation. The Interpretive challenge : National Park Service. [Washington, D.C. : Office of Interpretation, National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, 1988] pp. [2], 20 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5A1 1988.
HISTORIC SITES - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - PLANNING - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.149. . Veverka, John A. Interpretive master planning : for parks, historic sites, forests, zoos, and related tourism sites, for self-guided interpretive services, for interpretive exhibits, for guided programs/tours / John A. Veverka. Helena, Mt. : Falcon Press : Exclusively distributed by the Interpretation, Publication, and Resource Center, 1994. pp. ix, 162 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
SB481.I5 V48 1994.
HISTORIC SITES - MASSACHUSETTS.150. . Interpretive operations plan : Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, Massachusetts. Brookline, Mass. : Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, 1986. pp. 77 p. : maps, plans ; 28 cm.
FRLA 3.
HISTORIC SITES - MASSACHUSETTS - BOSTON - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS.151. . Perkins, Angela Louise. and Harvard University. Graduate School of Design Thesis. The Boston African American National Historical Site : an interpretation using interactive multimedia / by Angela Louise Perkins. p. 270 leaves : ill. 29 cm.
F73.37 .P37 1993.
HISTORIC SITES - UNITED STATES.152. . Blatti, Jo. and New York Council for the Humanities. Past meets present : essays about historic interpretation and public audiences / Jo Blatti, editor ; photographs by Patricia Layman Bazelon. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, c1987. pp. x, 169 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 P37 1987.

153. . Danzer, Gerald A. Public places : exploring their history / Gerald A. Danzer. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, c1987. pp. xiii, 135 p. : ill. (The Nearby history series ; 3.
E180 .D36 1987.

HISTORIC SITES - UNITED STATES - CONSERVATION ANDRESTORATION.154. . Ryan, Jan S. and National Park Service (U.S.). Preventing cultural resources destruction : taking action through interpretation / by Jan S. Ryan. [Denver, Colo.] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1992] pp. v, 91 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 R92 1992.
HISTORIC SITES - UNITED STATES - CONSERVATION ANDRESTORATION - BIBLIOGRAPHY.155. . Rath, Frederick L. and O'Connell, Merrilyn Rogers joint author. A bibliography on historical organization practices / edited by Frederick L. Rath, Jr. and Merrilyn Rogers O'Connell. Nashville : American Association for State and Local History, [1975- p. v. ; 24 cm.
Z1251.A2 R35.
HISTORIC SITES - UNITED STATES - INTERPRETATIVEPROGRAMS.156. . Anderson, Jay. A Living history reader / [edited by] Jay Anderson. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1991- p. v. <1 > : ill. ; 28 cm.
E172 .L58 1991.
HISTORIC SITES - UNITED STATES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.157. . Ames, Kenneth L.; Franco, Barbara., and Frye, L. Thomas. Ideas and images : developing interpretive history exhibits / Kenneth L. Ames, Barbara Franco, and L. Thomas Frye, editors. Nashville : American Association for State and Local History, c1992. pp. viii, 336 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 I34 1992.

158. . Leon, Warren. and Rosenzweig, Roy. History museums in the United States : a critical assessment / edited by Warren Leon, Roy Rosenzweig. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1989. p. 333 p. : ill.
E159 .H73 1989.

HISTORIC SITES - WEST (U.S.) - CONSERVATION ANDRESTORATION.159. . Barker, Leo R. and Huston, Ann E. Death Valley to Deadwood; Kennecott to Cripple Creek : proceedings of the Historic Mining Conference January 23-27, 1989, Death Valley National Monument / edited by Leo R. Barker and Ann E. Huston. San Francisco, Calif. : Div. of National Register Programs, National Park Service, 1990. p. 219 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
TN23 .D42 1990.
HISTORICAL MUSEUMS.160. . Association For Living Historical Farms and Agricultural Museums. 'The right stuff : getting and using it' and : 'Raise high the roof beam : new dimensions on old foundations'. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution, 1988. pp. viii, 231 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Papers from the ALHFAM annual meetings ; 8.
S549.U6 A84 1988.
HISTORICAL MUSEUMS - UNITED STATES.161. . Ames, Kenneth L.; Franco, Barbara., and Frye, L. Thomas. Ideas and images : developing interpretive history exhibits / Kenneth L. Ames, Barbara Franco, and L. Thomas Frye, editors. Nashville : American Association for State and Local History, c1992. pp. viii, 336 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 I34 1992.

162. . Anderson, Jay. A Living history reader / [edited by] Jay Anderson. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1991- p. v. <1 > : ill. ; 28 cm.
E172 .L58 1991.

163. . Blatti, Jo. and New York Council for the Humanities. Past meets present : essays about historic interpretation and public audiences / Jo Blatti, editor ; photographs by Patricia Layman Bazelon. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, c1987. pp. x, 169 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 P37 1987.

164. . Leon, Warren. and Rosenzweig, Roy. History museums in the United States : a critical assessment / edited by Warren Leon, Roy Rosenzweig. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1989. p. 333 p. : ill.
E159 .H73 1989.

165. . Wallace, Mike 1942. Mickey Mouse history and other essays on American memory / Mike Wallace. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1996. pp. xiv, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
E172 .W35 1996.

HISTORICAL MUSEUMS - UNITED STATES - CONGRESSES.166. . Taylor, Lonn 1940; American Association for State and Local History., and Smithsonian Institution. A common Agenda for History Museums : Conference proceedings, February 19-20, 1987 / edited by Lonn W. Taylor. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History ;>aWashington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution, c1987. p. 53 p.
E172 .C66 1987.
HISTORY - STUDY AND TEACHING167. . Beck, Larry. and Cable, Ted T. Interpretation for the 21st century : fifteen guiding principles for interpreting nature and culture / Larry Beck, Ted T. Cable. Champaign, Ill. : Sagamore Publishing, c1998. pp. xiv, 242 p. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 B4 1998.
HISTORY - STUDY AND TEACHING - BIBLIOGRAPHY.168. . Macaulay, Marion. Interpretion in an historic milieu : a bibliography / compiled by Marion Macaulay. [Ottawa?], Ontario : Parks Canada, Ontario region, 1975. p. 108 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 M2 1975.
HISTORY - UNITED STATES - STUDY AND TEACHING169. . National Park Service (U.S.) History Division. Revision of the National Park Service's thematic framework. [Washington : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, History Division], 1996. p. 14 p. ; 23 cm.
SB481.H4 R4 1996.
HOPEWELL CULTURE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS.170. . Brohl, Lisa Kutschbach. A study of visitors and interpretation at Mound City Group National Monument / prepared by Lisa Kutschbach Brohl. c1981. pp. ii, 55 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5B74.
HOPEWELL FURNACE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE171. Richman, Irwin. [Exhibit Review - Hopewell Village National Historic Site]. Technology and Culture. 1968; 9(2):213-217.HORSE TRAILS172. . Owen, Wally. 'Touring Theodore Roosevelt National Park on horseback.'. Interpreter v.18:4 Winter, 1988 pp. pp. 10-12.
PER.
HORSESHOE BEND NATIONAL MILITARY PARK173. Cummings, Mary-Ellen and Gebhard, Carolline. Treaties and memorials : interpreting Horseshoe Bend National Military Park. Public Historian. 1996 Fall; 18(4):19-36.HORSESHOE BEND NATIONAL MILITARY PARK - HISTORY174. . Cummings, Mary-Ellen and Gebhard, Caroline. 'Treaties and memorials : interpreting Horseshoe Bend National Military Park' by M. Cummings and Caroline Gebhard. Public Historian v.18:4 Fall, 1996 pp. pp, 19-36.
/ PHRF HOBE.
HUMAN BEINGS - INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENT.175. . Shettel, Harris H.; Field Museum of Natural History., and American Institutes for Research. An evaluation of visitor response to 'Man in his environment' : final report / prepared for the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois by Harris H. Shettel. Washington, D.C. : American Institutes for Research, [1976] pp. 57, 17, 12 p. : ill., forms ; 29 cm.
SB481.I5 S552 1976.
HUMAN BEINGS - INFLUENCE ON NATURE - EXHIBITIONS.176. . American Association of Museums. Environmental Committee. Museums and the environment: a handbook for education. [New York] Arkville Press [1971] pp. xv, 261 p. illus. 27 cm.
AM101 .A45.
HUMAN ECOLOGY.177. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation. Interpreting global change : a National Park Service communicator's handbook. [Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Division of Interpretation, 1993] pp. ii, 135 p. (looseleaf) : ill. ; 28 cm.
HC79 .E5I5 1993.

178. . Shettel, Harris H.; Field Museum of Natural History., and American Institutes for Research. An evaluation of visitor response to 'Man in his environment' : final report / prepared for the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois by Harris H. Shettel. Washington, D.C. : American Institutes for Research, [1976] pp. 57, 17, 12 p. : ill., forms ; 29 cm.
SB481.I5 S552 1976.

HUMAN ECOLOGY - EXHIBITIONS.179. . American Association of Museums. Environmental Committee. Museums and the environment: a handbook for education. [New York] Arkville Press [1971] pp. xv, 261 p. illus. 27 cm.
AM101 .A45.
HUMAN ECOLOGY - STUDY AND TEACHING.180. . Aldridge, Don. and Council of Europe. The monster book of environmental education / by Don Aldridge. Norwich [Norfolk] : Published for the Council of Europe by Geo Abstracts, 1981. p. [134] p. : ill. ; 16 x 22 cm.
SB481.I5 A43.
ICE AGE MAMMALS AND THE EMERGENCE OF MAN (EXHIBITION).181. . Wolf, Robert L. and Tymitz, Barbara L. joint author. Whatever happened to the giant wombat : An investigation of the impact of the Ice Age Mammals and Emergence of Man exhibit, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution / by Robert L. Wolf, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1978. p. 58 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W5.
IDENTITY (PSYCHOLOGY)182. . Hewitt, John P. 'Stalking the wild identity: an interpretation of activities natural settings [preliminary draft]'. [unpublished], 1977 p. 35 leaves (photocopy).INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK - VISITOR STUDIES.183. . Machlis, Gary E.; Baldwin, Sara B., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Independence National Historical Park / Gary E. Machlis, Sara B. Baldwin. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1987. p. 2 v. : maps ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 8.
SB481 .V5V4 no.8.

184. . Machlis, Gary E.; Dolsen, Dana E., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Independence National Historical Park / Gary E. Machlis, Sara B. Baldwin. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1988. p. 2 v. : maps ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 16.
SB481 .V5V4 no.16.

INDIANS - WARS185. . Cummings, Mary-Ellen and Gebhard, Caroline. 'Treaties and memorials : interpreting Horseshoe Bend National Military Park' by M. Cummings and Caroline Gebhard. Public Historian v.18:4 Fall, 1996 pp. pp, 19-36.
/ PHRF HOBE.
INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEMS.186. . Wagar, J. Alan. Evaluating interpretation and interpretive media / by J. Alan Wagar. [s.l. : s.n.], 1972. p. 14 p. ; 27 cm.
SB481.I5 W18.

187. . Wagar, J. Alan.; Lovelady, Gregory W. joint author.; Falkin, Harlan joint author.; Pacific Northwest Forest and Experiment Station, and Forest Service (U.S.). Evaluation techniques for interpretation : study results from an exhibition on energy / J. Alan Wagar, Gregory W. Lovelady, Harlan Falkin. Portland, Or. : U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 1976 pp. 13 p. : ill., graphs ; 27 cm. (USDA forest Service research paper PNW ; 211.
SB481.I5 W19.

INTERPRETATION188. . 'Interpreting critical resource issues' (special insert). Journal of Interpretation v.13:2, 1989 p. 20 p.
PER.

189. . Aldridge, Don. and Council of Europe. The monster book of environmental education / by Don Aldridge. Norwich [Norfolk] : Published for the Council of Europe by Geo Abstracts, 1981. p. [134] p. : ill. ; 16 x 22 cm.
SB481.I5 A43.

190. . Ames, Kenneth L.; Franco, Barbara., and Frye, L. Thomas. Ideas and images : developing interpretive history exhibits / Kenneth L. Ames, Barbara Franco, and L. Thomas Frye, editors. Nashville : American Association for State and Local History, c1992. pp. viii, 336 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 I34 1992.

191. . Architects/Planners Alliance, Salt Lake City Utah.; Dominguez, Francisco Atanasio fl. 1776., and Velez de Escalante, Silvestre fl. 1768-1779. Dominguez-Escalante trail bicentennial master plan and final report : prepared for the Dominguez-Escalante State/Federal Bicentennial Commission ... by Architects/Planners Alliance, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 15, 1976. [Salt Lake City : Architects/Planners Alliance], 1976. pp. [168] |.(var.pag.) ; plates, maps. 28 cm.
F799 .D55.

192. . Association of Interpretive Naturalists. Interpretation : the north country approach . Proceedings [of the] 1979 AIN [Association of Interpretive Naturalists] workshop, Feb. 13-17, Bloomington, Minnesota. Derwood,Md., Corona, Calif., 1978. p. 76 p. diag. 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I45 1979.

193. . Association of Interpretive Naturalists. and Western Interpreters Association. 'Cultural diversity : an interpretive challenge.' Proceedings [of the] Association of Interpretive Naturalists, Western interpreters Association workshop-conference, Tucson, Ariz., April 5-7, 1978. Derwood,Md., Corona, Calif., 1978. p. 1 v. sep.pag. diag. 28 cm.
SB481.I5 C9 1978.

194. . Beard, Daniel B. 'Enjoyment and understanding of National Parks in the United America as provided by interpretation.'. Seattle, Washington : First World Conference I.U.C, p. 12 p.

195. . Berkmuller, Klaus. and Savasdisara, Tongchai illus. Guidelines and techniques fo environmental interpretation / by Klaus Berkmuller ; illustrations Tongchai Savasdisara. [Ann Arbor, Mich. : the author, c1981]. pp. xvi, 694 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 B47.

196. . Boulanger, F David. and Smith, John P. Educational principles and techniques for interpreters / F David Boulanger and John P. Smith. Portland, Or. : Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1973. p. 24p. : ill. ; 27cm. (General technical report - USDA Forest Service ; PNW-9. United States. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, Or. USDA forest service general technical report ; PNW-9.
LB1025 .B675.

197. . Burrus, E. Carter. A history of the islands and waters of the Biscayne National Park : a multi-media interpretive program / by E. Carter Burrus, Jr. Coral Gables, Fla. : University of Miami, 1984. pp. xi, 147 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
F317.M7 B9 1984.

198. . California Association for Outdoor Education. and California. Office of Conservation Education. Teaching conservation and natural science in the outdoors; a handbook for teachers, camp leaders, counselors and youth leaders in preparing and carrying out programs in outdoor education. Sacramento : State of California, Office of Conservation Education, 1968. p. 47 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
S946 .C3 1968.

199. . Carson, Paul. 'The growth and evolution of interpretation at George Washin Birthplace'. Northern Neck of Virginia History Mag. December, 1986 pp. pp. 4110-4125.
/ PHRF GEWA.

200. . Chase, Alston. 'The role of the National Park Service in American education. George Wright Forum v. 6:1, 1989 pp. pp. 24-30.
GWF.

201. . Davis, Denis R. Visitor attitudes and preferences for interpretive programs in Glacier National Park / by Denis R. Davis. Logan : Davis, 1977. pp. viii, 140 |. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F737.G5 D2.

202. . Deikman, Arthur. and National Park Service (U.S.). A guide to implementing the receptive mode / by Arthur Deikman ; produced by Division of Interpretation, National Park Service. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Division of Interpretation, 1976. pp. iv, 32 p. ; 27 cm.
SB481 .D6.

203. Edwards, R. Yorke. Interpretation - something new. Journal of Environmental Education. 1969 Fall; 1(1):17-18.

204. . Everhart, William C. and National Park Service (U.S.). A report on National Park Service interpretation / by William C. Everhart. Harpers Ferry [W. Va.] : Harpers Ferry Center, 1973. pp. iii, 59 leaves ; 27 cm.
SB481 .I5E8.

205. . Forest Service (U.S.). Talk tips. [Washington] : Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, [1977?] p. 31 p. : ill.; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 U527.

206. . Gensler, Gail. The role of interpretation in park management / by Gail Gensler. c1977. pp. iii, 53 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5G4.

207. . Glick, Arthur N; Mertes, James D. joint author.; United States. Bureau of Land Management., and Texas Tech University. Dept. of Park Administration, Landscape Architecture and Horticulture. Fortymile : a minimum personnel contact visitor management program / Arthur N. Glick, James D. Mertes ; prepared for the Bureau of Land Management, U. S. Department of Interior, Fairbanks, Alaska by Department of Park Administration and Landscape Architecture, Texas Tech University. Lubbock, Tex. : Department of Park Administration and Landscape Architecture, Texas Tech University, 1976. pp. xiii, [i], 225 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
F912.F5 G5.

208. . Grater, Russell K. The interpreter's handbook / Russell K. Grater, author ; Earl Jackson, editor. [Globe? Ariz.] : Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1976. p. 129 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. (Technical series - Southwest Parks and Monuments Association ; no. 8 Southwest Parks and Monuments Association. Technical series ; no. 8.
SB481.I5 G71.

209. . Grove, H. Jesse. and United States. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. Interpretation in the national wildlife refuge system. [Washington] : U.S. Bureau of Sport Fisheries ..., [1969?] p. 23 leaves : ill.
SB481 .I5G78.

210. . Ham, Sam H. Environmental interpretation : a practical guide for people with big ideas and small budgets / Sam H. Ham. Golden, Colo. : North American Press, c1992. pp. xxvi, 456 p., [5] p. of plates : ill. (some col), maps ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 H36 1992.

211. . Hanna, John W. Interpretive skills for environmental communicators / compiled by John W. Hanna. College Station, Tex. : Texas A&M University, Dept. of Recreation and Parks, [1974] p. 342 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 H25 1974.

212. . Howard University. Dept. of History. and Harris, Joseph E. Afro-American history interpretation at selected National Parks / prepared by research team, Department of History, Howard University, September 1978, Joseph E. Harris, project director. [Washington : Howard University, Dept. of History], 1978. p. 238 p. ; 28 cm.
E195 .A45.

213. . Lewis, William J. Interpreting for park visitors / William J. Lewis ; designed and illustrated by Keith L. Hoofnagle. Philadelphia, PA : Eastern Acorn Press, 1981 printing. p. 158 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
SB482/A4 L48.

214. . Machlis, Gary E. Children's interpretation : a discovery book for interpreters / by Gary Machlis and Maureen McDonough. [Seattle : National Park Service, Cooperative Park Studies Unit, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., Washington, 1978] p. 28 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 M23.

215. . Mack, James A. and Thompson, James B. 'Visitor center planning' / by James A. Mack and James B. Th. Legacy (NAI) vol. 2:4 July/August, 1991 pp. pp. 6-9.
PER.

216. . Mills, Enos Abijah 1870-1922.; Kiley, Edna Mills., and Danton, Tom. Adventures of a nature guide and essays in interpretation / [by] Enos Mills; [edited by Edna Mills Kiley, foreword by Tom Danton, introduction by Michael Mills Kiley.]. Friendship, Wisc. : The New Past Press, 1990. p. 251 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
QH81 .M69 1990.

217. . Minnesota Historical Society. A historic interpretation program for the State of Minnesota : a report submitted to the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources / by the Minnesota Historical Society. St. Paul : The Society, 1977. p. 147 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F607 .M53 1977.

218. . Mott, William Penn Jr. 'Changing the interpretation emphasis.'. Legacy v. 3:5 Sept./Oct/, 1992 p. p. 8.
PER.

219. . Mott, William Penn Jr. 'The future of interpretation.'. Legacy v.2:6 Nov./Dec, 1991 pp. pp. 6-7.
PER.

220. . National Park Service (U.S.). Information and interpretation in the field : draft / United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service. [Washington] : The Service, [195-] p. 86 leaves in various foliations ; 27 cm. (Administrative manual ; v. 25 National Park Service (U.S.) Administrative manual ; v. 25.
SB482 .A377 v.25.

221. . National Park Service (U.S.). Self-guiding trails or tours. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1966?]. p. [72] |. ; 27 cm.
SB481 .I5N23.

222. . National Park Service (U.S.) Pacific Northwest Region. International year of the child : some ideas on interpretation. [Seattle] : The Region, [1979]. p. 1 v. : 27 cm.
SB481.I5 P3.

223. . National Park Service (U.S.) Pacific Northwest Region. Some ideas on energy interpretation. [Seattle] : The Region, 1979. p. 1 v. : 27 cm.
SB481.I5 P2.

224. . National Park Service (U.S.) Western Region.; Wetterling, Lea., and White, Vicki. Full spectrum visitor services : [Special populations training handbook] / developed by Lea wetterling, Vicki White. [San Francisco] : National Park Service, Western Regional Office, [1980?]. p. 1 v..(looseleaf) : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5U56.

225. . Owen, Wally. 'Touring Theodore Roosevelt National Park on horseback.'. Interpreter v.18:4 Winter, 1988 pp. pp. 10-12.
PER.

226. . Propst, Dennis B.; Roggenbuck, Joseph W.; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers., and Recreation Research Program. A guide to cultural and environmental interpretation in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers : final report / by Dennis B. Propst and Joseph W. Roggenbuck (Environmental Laboratory, U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station. Vicksburg, Miss. : The Station ; Springfield, Va. : available from NTIS, [1981]. pp. 147, 2 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Instruction report / U.S. Army Waterways Experiment Station ; R-81-1. Instruction report (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station) ; R-81-1.
SB481.I5 P7.

227. . RAINEY, REUBEN M. 'MEMORY OF WAR: REFLECTIONS ON BATTLEFIELD PRESERVATION.'. YEARBOOK OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, 1985 pp. pp. 69-89.
PER.

228. . Reitz, Tom. and Parks Canada. Foundations for interpretive messages : a basis for more effective communication (draft) / prepared by Tom Reitz ... for Socio-economic Division, Program management, Parks Canada. Ottawa : Parks Canada, 1980. pp. vii, 64 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 R35.

229. Richman, Irwin. [Exhibit Review - Hopewell Village National Historic Site]. Technology and Culture. 1968; 9(2):213-217.

230. . Risk, Paul. 'Interpretation : a road to creative enlightenment.'. CRM Bulletin v.16:11, 1993 pp. pp. 47-49.
PER.

231. . Royal Ontario Museum. Hands on : setting up a discovery room in your museum or school. Toronto : The Museum, 1979. pp. xiii, 170 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
AM101.O57 A45.

232. . Schroeder, Fred E. H. Interpreting and reinterpreting associative historic sites and artifacts / Fred E. H. Schroeder. [Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1986]. p. 16 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (AASLH technical report ; 6. American Association for State and Local History. Technical Report ; 6.
AM1 .A45 no. 6.

233. . Sharpe, Grant William. Interpreting the environment / [edited by] Grant W. Sharpe. New York : Wiley, c1982. pp. xvi, 694 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
QH51 .I5 1982.

234. . Stansfield, G. Godfrey and Great Britain. Countryside Commission. Effective interpretive exhibitions : a report / by G. Stansfield. Cheltenham, Glos. : Countryside Commission, c1981. pp. v, 63 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
SB481.I5 S83 1981.

235. . Thompson, James B. and Mack, James A. Interpretion and the four estates / James B. Thompson, James A. Mack. [Estes Park, Colo.? : Rocky Mountain National Park?, 1994?] p. 10 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5T37 1994.

236. . Tilden, Freeman. 'Mindsight : the aim of interpretation.'. National Parks Magazine v.43:260 May, 1969 pp. pp. 9-12.

237. . Tilden, Freeman 1883. Interpreting our heritage; principles and practices for visitor services in parks, museums, and historic places. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press [1957] p. 110 p. illus. 24 cm.
E175.8 .T67.

238. . Uzzell, David. Heritage interpretation / edited by David Uzzell. London ; New York : Belhaven Press, 1989. p. 2 v. : ill.
SB481.I5 .H38 1989.

239. . Veverka, John A. and Alberta Provincial Parks. Education and Interpretation Section. Interpretive trails and related facilities manual / prepared by John A. Veverka ... Edmonton, Alberta : Alberta Provincial Parks, Education and Interpretive Section, [1978?]. pp. i,48 p., plates, appendices ; 28 cm.
QH53 .V4.

240. . Watson, Michael D. 'The international scope of interpretation'. Legacy v.3:4 July/August, 1992 pp. pp. 8-9.
PER.

241. . Young, Bart.; Shelstad, Merlin., and Burch, William R. 1933. The use of interpretive media in environmental education / Bart Young, Merlin Shelstad, William Burch. New Haven, Ct. : Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, 1974. pp. 52, 9 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. (Working paper - Yale University, Institution for Social and Policy Studies ; W4-6.
SB481.I5 Y5.

INTERPRETATION - ADDRESSES, ESSAYS, LECTURES.242. . Blatti, Jo. and New York Council for the Humanities. Past meets present : essays about historic interpretation and public audiences / Jo Blatti, editor ; photographs by Patricia Layman Bazelon. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, c1987. pp. x, 169 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 P37 1987.

243. . Machlis, Gary E. and Field, Donald R. On interpretation : sociology for interpreters of natural and cultural history / edited by Gary E. Machlis, Donald R. Field. Corvallis, Or. : Oregon State University Press, c1984. pp. xii, 176 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 O5.

244. . Museum Education Roundtable. Interpreting historic sites & the built environment. [Rockville, Md. : Museum Education Roundtable], 1985. p. 32 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I39.

INTERPRETATION AND MANAGEMENT245. . Ryan, Jan S. and National Park Service (U.S.). Preventing cultural resources destruction : taking action through interpretation / by Jan S. Ryan. [Denver, Colo.] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1992] pp. v, 91 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 R92 1992.
INTERPRETATION AND MANAGEMENT - CONGRESSES.246. . N.A.I. Federal Interagency Council Workshop (1990 : Madison, Wis. etc. and National Association for Interpretation. Federal Interagency Council. Preparing for the 21st century : solving management problems through interpretation : 1990 roundtable sessions / sponsored by the Federal Interagency Council of the National Association for Interpretation ; Evaluating the effectiveness of interpretation, April 17-20, 1990, Madison, Wisconsin ; Interpretation and the future of wetlands, May 8-11, 1990, Atlanta, Georgia ; Managing and preserving cultural resources through interpretation, May 8-11, 1990, Phoenix, Arizona. Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, [1990] pp. 1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5N38 1990.
INTERPRETATION - AUSTRALIA.247. . Carter, R. W. and Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service. Interpretation : an approach to the conservation of the natural and cultural heritage of Australia / prepared by R. W. Carter. [s.l.] : Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service, 1979. p. 1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 30 cm.
SB481.I5 C28.
INTERPRETATION - BIBLIOGRAPHY.248. . Lee, Cassandra A. and National Association for Interpretation. Bibliography of interpretive resources / compiled & edited by Cassandra A. Lee. [Fort Collins, CO] : The National Association for Interpretation, c1998. p. 69 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 L4 1998.

249. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation. Resources for interpreters : bibliographies for historical interpretation. Washington : The Division, 1982. p. [52] p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N26.

250. . Rath, Frederick L. and O'Connell, Merrilyn Rogers joint author. A bibliography on historical organization practices / edited by Frederick L. Rath, Jr. and Merrilyn Rogers O'Connell. Nashville : American Association for State and Local History, [1975- p. v. ; 24 cm.
Z1251.A2 R35.

251. . Winzeler, Elizabeth R. and Cherem, Gabriel J. An Interpretive research bibliography / [compiled by Elizabeth R. Winzeler ... and Dr. Gabriel J. Cherem. [Derwood, Md. : Association of Interpretive Naturalists, 1978]. p. 34 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 W56 1978.

INTERPRETATION - CANADA.252. . Deane, Patricia Ann 1952. An evaluation of three nature interpretation techniques / by Patricia Ann Deane. c1979. pp. vii, 70 leaves.
SB481.I5 D42 1979.

253. . Edwards, Yorke. The land speaks : organizing and running an interpretation system / by Yorke Edwards ; with an appendix by V. E. F. Solman. Toronto, Ont. : National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada, 1979. p. 85 p. : ill. ; 18 x 21 cm.
SB481.I5 E38.

INTERPRETATION - CANADA - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.254. . Canada. National Historic Sites Service. National Historic Sites Service - Interpreter's handbook. [Ottawa : National Historic Sites Service, Dept. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 1970?]. pp. 3,63, [44] p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 C2.
INTERPRETATION - CONGRESSES.255. . AIN/WIA National Workshop (1981 : Estes Park, Colo.; Association of Interpretive Naturalists., and Western Interpreters Association. Program papers, Association of Interpretive Naturalists, Western Interpreters Association National Workshop, Estes Park, 1981. Derwood, Md. : AIN Central Office, 1981. p. 132 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 A7 1981.

256. . Association of Interpretive Naturalists Workshop (1984 : Pine Mountain, Ga. Interpretation, what is our future? : national workshop proceedings / the Association of Interpretive Naturalists, March 4-8, 1984, Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, Georgia. Derwood, Md. : Association of Interpretive Naturalists, Inc., [1984] pp. 126 p. : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 A7 1984.

257. . Association of Interpreture Naturalists Workshop (1980 : Cape Cod). AIN 80 program, papers : Intergrating cultural and natural interpretation : 1980 Workshop, October 6-10 / Association of Interpretive Naturalists. [Derwood, Md. (6700 Needwood Rd., Derwood, MD 20855)] : TThe Association, [1980?] p. 283 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 A7 1980.

258. . Association Quebecoise d"interpretation du patrimoine.; Interpretation Canada., and Interpretation Canada. Ontario Section. Interpretation and tourism Ottawa / 88 : a national conference on heritage interpretation, proceedings. [Ottawa : Interpretation Canada?, 1988?] p. 237 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I41 1988.

259. . CSPRA/WIA/PRAC Workshop and Convention (1980 : Santa Cruz, Calif.; Verardo, Denzil R.; California State Park Rangers Association.; Western Interpreters Association., and Park Rangers Association of California. Resource preservation through interpretation : proceedings / compiled and edited by Denzil R. Verardo. [S.l. : s.n., 1980?] p. 63 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 C5 1980.

260. . Global Congress of Heritage Interpretation International (3rd : 1991 : Honolulu, Hawaii USA; Tabata, Raymond S.; Yamashiro, Jane., and Cherem, Gabriel. Joining Hnads for Quality Tourism, Interpretation, Preservation and the Travel Industry : Proceedings of the Heritage Interpretation International Third Global Congress, November 3-8, 1991, Honolulu, Hawaii USA / edited by Raymond S. Tabata, Jane Yamashiro, Gabriel Cherem. Honolulu, Hawaii : University of Hawaii, Sea Grant Extension Service, [1992] pp. xx, 468 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (UNIHI-SEAGRANT-CR ; 9205.
SB481.I5 G49 1992.

261. . Graham, Robert 1942; Lawrence, Richard 1954, and University of Waterloo. Tourism Research and Education Centre. Towards serving visitors and managing our resources : proceedings of a North American workshop on visitor management: perspectives of several Canadian and United States park, protected area and natural resource management agencies, February 14-17, 1989, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada / [Robert Graham and Richard Lawrence, editors and compilers]. Waterloo, Ont. : Tourism Research and Education Centre, University of Waterloo, 1990.
SB484.C3 T69 1990.

262. . Interpretation Central Training Institute, 1st Ann Arbor Mich. 1978.; Interpretation Central., and University of Michigan. School of Natural Resources. Proceedings of the first Interpretation Central Training Institute held in Ann Arbor, Michigan on November 30 - December 2, 1978 / sponsored by the Training Division of Interpretation Central in cooperation with the Exhibit Museum and the School of Natural Resources of the University of Michigan. Ann Arbor : Interpretation Central, c1979. pp. iv, 66 p. : diags. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I42 1978.

263. . Interpretation Training Institute, Ann Arbor Mich. 1980.; Interpretation Central.; University of Michigan. School of Natural Resources., and University of Michigan. Extension Service. Proceedings of the Interpretation Training Institute held in Ann Arbor, Michigan, March 27-29, 1980 / sponsored by Interpretation Central and the University of Michigan Extension Service and School of Natural Resources, in cooperation with the Canadian Wildlife Service, the Interpretation Research Institute, and the University of Michigan Exhibit Museum. [Ann Arbor : Interpretation Central, 1980]. pp. 2 |., 93 p. : diags. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I43 1980.

264. . Karp, Ivan.; Lavine, Steven 1947, and Rockefeller Foundation. Exhibiting cultures : the poetics and politics of museum display / edited by Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine. Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991. p. p. cm.
AM151 .E94 1991.

265. . Marsh, John S. and Interpretation Canada. Ontario Section. Winter, recreation and interpretation : proceedings of a workshop held at Irwin Inn, Stony Lake, Ontario, January 30th - February 1st, 1981 / edited by John S. Marsh. Peterborough, Ont. : Ontario Section, Interpretation Canada, 1981. p. 165 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 W45 1981.

266. . National Interpreters Workshop (1989 : St. Paul, Minn.; Hahn, Denis R., and National Association of Interpreters. Proceedings of the interpretation / management sessions / Denis R. Hahn, Chair - Program Committee. [s.l.] : National Association of Interpretation, 1989. pp. vi, 454 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1989.

267. . National Interpreters Workshop (1990 : Charleston, S. C.; Kulhavy, David L.; National Association of Interpreters.; Legg, Michael H.; Wright, David G. Information systems in interpretation.; Kleiman, Tom. The New dynamic duo video and computers., and Sheetz, Ron. Russian artifacts from Sitka. 'What's past is prologue' : our legacy - our future ; 1990 National Interpreters Workshop, Charleston, South Carolina / coedited by David L. Kulhavy [and] Michael H. Legg. Nacogdoches, Tex. : Center for Applied Studies, School of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State University, c1990. pp. [4,x], 398 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5N18 1990.

268. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1994 : Cleveland, Ohio; Vander Stoep, Gail A.; Cho, Hyung-Yon., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The Interpretive sourcebook : the proceedings of the 1994 National Interpreters' Workshop : Images and perceptions, interpretation makes the difference / editors: Gail A. Vander Stoep, Hyung-Yon Cho. [United States] : National Association for Interpretation, 1994. (Madison, Wis. :>fOmnipress) pp. x, 331 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1994.

269. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1995 : Orlando, Fla.; Weiss, Alexandra H., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The 1995 Interpretive sourcebook : the proceedings of the 1995 National Interpreters' Workshop : Intrepretation, the real magic / editor: Alexandra H. Weiss. [Fort Collins, Colo.] : National Association for Interpretation, [1996]. pp. xi, 383 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1995.

270. . National Interpreters Workshop (1996 : Billings, Mont.; Koopmann, Richard W. ed., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). A sense of place, a sense of space : interpretation under the big sky : 1996 interpretive sourcebook : proceedings of the National Interpreters Workshop, October 22-26, 1996, Billings, Montana / Richard W. Koopmann, editor. [Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, 1996] p. 327 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1996.

271. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1997 : Beaumont, Tex.; Brochu, Lisa., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The 1997 Interpretive sourcebook : proceedings of the National Interpreters' Workshop, November 8-12, 1997, Beaumont, Texas / Lisa Brochu, editor. [Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, 1997] pp. viii, 215 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1997.

272. . New Directions for the Conservation of Parks : an International Working Conference>n(1st : June, 1983 Luneburger Heide and Bayerischer Wald Germany; Wauer, Roland. The role of the park ranger.; National Parks and Conservation Association., and Sax, Joseph. An American perspective. Views of the green : presentations from ... / edited by Paul C. Pritchard. Washington : National Parks and Conservation Association, 1985. pp. [x], 154 p. : ill. ; 23cm.
SB484 .A1N4 1983.

273. . Park Naturalists' Training Conference>n(1st : 1929 : Berkeley, Calif. Proceedings of the first Park Naturalists' Training Conference held at Education headquarters, Berkeley, California, November 1 to 30, 1929. [Berkeley, California, 1932] pp. 1 p. l., 4 numb. l., 5-210 p. 27 cm.
/ Conferences.

274. . Symposium on Interpretation (1970 : Midland, Ontario. A symposium on interpretation : theme - more effective communication : Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, Midland, Ontario, April 8,9,10, 1970 / Sponsored by the Canadian Wildlife Service ... Ottawa : The Service, [1970?] pp. vi, 79 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 S9.

275. . Taylor, Lonn 1940; American Association for State and Local History., and Smithsonian Institution. A common Agenda for History Museums : Conference proceedings, February 19-20, 1987 / edited by Lonn W. Taylor. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History ;>aWashington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution, c1987. p. 53 p.
E172 .C66 1987.

INTERPRETATION - EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS.276. . Grinder, Alison L. and McCoy, E. Sue. The good guide : a sourcebook for interpreters, docents, and tour guides / Alison L. Grinder, E. Sue McCoy. Scottsdale, Ariz. : Ironwood Press, c1985. pp. xiv, 147 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 G63 1985.
INTERPRETATION - EVALUATION277. . Questionnaire responses : Harpers Ferry Center as seen by interpreters, superintendent, and regional chiefs of interpretation. [Harpers Ferry, W.Va. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Sevice, Harpers Ferry Center], 1985. p. [78] p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5Q9 1985.

278. . Bitgood, Stephen. and Center for Social Design. Museum evaluation from a social design perspective / Stephen Bitgood. Jacksonville, AL (P. O. Box 1111, Jacksonville 36265) : Center for Social Design, 1989. p. 15 p. ; 28 cm. (Technical report / Center for Social Design ; no. 89-20 Technical report (Center for Social Design) ; no. 89-20.
AM801 .J25 no. 89-20.

279. . Bitgood, Stephen. and Center for Social Design (Jacksonville, Ala. The role of simulated immersion in exhibition / Stephen Bitgood. Jacksonville, Ala. : Center for Social Design, 1990. p. 28 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Technical report / Center for Social Design ; no. 90-20.
AM151 .B57 1990.

280. . Clark, Bill William D. Mystic Seaport Museum : interpretation - 1987 / Bill Clark, Summer Intern in Museum Studies. [Harpers Ferry, W.Va. : The author, 1988]. p. [71] |. ; 28 cm.
F104 .M99C4 1988.

281. . Crostic, Robert L. Measurement and evaluation of visitor center interpretive messages and media / by Robert L. Crostic. c1975. p. 47 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 C7.

282. . Cunningham, Richard L. Interpretation of natural resources management, cultural resources management and visitor safety in the National Park System / byRichard L. Cunningham. San Francisco : National Park Service, Western Regional Office, 1984. pp. 14,16,17 |. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5C94 1984.

283. . Dartington Amenity Research Trust. and Great Britain. Countryside Commission. Interpretation in visitor centres : a study of the effectiveness of interpretive services provided in visitor centres / prepared for the British Tourist Authority ...[et al.] by Dartington Amenity Research Trust in association with the Dept. of Psychology, University of Surrey. Cheltenham, Glos. : Countryside Commission, c1978. pp. v, 126 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. (CCS Occasional paper no. 10.
SB481.I5 I582.

284. . Field, Donald R.; Johnson, Darryll R.; Gramann, James.; National Park Service (U.S.) Pacific Northwest Region., and Association of Interpretive Naturalists. Regional Workshop (1981 : Seattle, Wash. Monitoring visitor use for interpretation at urban recreation sites / by Donald R. Field (National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Region and College of Forest Resources, University of Washington), Darryll R. Johnson (National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Region), and James Gramann (University of Wisconsin, Madison). [S.l. : s.n., 1981?] p. 20 leaves ; 30 cm.
SB481.I5 F46.

285. . Foley, James P. and Canada. Parks Canada. Evaluation of interpretation and extension programs in the national parks of Canada. [Ottawa, Parks Canada], National Parks Branch, Interpretation and Extension Division, 1978. pp. 34 p., 2 |. 28 cm.
SB481.I5 F6 1978.

286. . Goldman, Katherine J. ed. and Smithsonian Institution. Opportunities for extending museum contributions to pre-college science education. Summary report of a Conference supported by the National Science Foundation, Belmont Conference Center, January 26-27, 1970. Edited by Katherine J. Goldman. Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, 1970. pp. v, 223 p. illus. 27 cm.
AM7 .O64.

287. . Gramann, James Howard. History and evaluation of the interpretive activity inventory, an observational system for use in parks / James Howard Gramann. --. c1978. p. 166 leaves ill.
SB481.I5 G7.

288. . Korn, Randi. and Sowd, Laurie. Visitor surveys : a user's manual / Randi Korn and Laurie Sowd. [Washington, D.C. : American Association of Museums, Technical Information Service, c1990.] p. 171 p. ; 27 cm. (Resource report Resource report (American Association of Museums. Technical Information Service).
AM7 .K84 1990.

289. . Kuchner, Richard A.; Elsner, Gary H. joint author., and Forest Service (U.S.). Response of visitors to the Rainbow Trail : an evaluation of an interpretive area in the Lake Tahoe Basin, California / Richard A. Kuchner, Gary H. Elsner. Berkeley, Calif. : Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, 1978. pp. ii, 17 p. : ill., map ; 21 x 27 cm. (USDA Forest Service research paper PSW ; 131.
SB481.I5 K9.

290. . Lee, Byong Hoon 1942 and Smithsonian Institution. Office of Museum Programs. A study of science museums with special reference to their educational programs. / [By] Byung-Hoon Lee. Washington, Office of Museum Programs, Smithsonian Institution [1969?] p. 29 p. illus.
Q105.A1 L47.

291. . Loomis, Ross J. Museum visitor evaluation : new tool for management / Ross J. Loomis. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, c1986. p. 306 p. : ill.
AM7 .L58 1987.

292. . Medlin, Nancy C.; Machlis, Gary E.; National Park Foundation., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Focus groups: a tool for evaluating interpretive services : a training package / prepared for the National Park Service by Nancy C. Medlin and Gary E. Machlis. [S.l.] : University of Idaho : National Park Foundation, 1991. p. [43] p.(loose-leaf) : ill. ; 29 cm. +>e1 VHS videocassette (22:30 min. : standard size).
SB481 .I5M432 1991.

293. . Miles, Roger S. and Center for Social Design. Evaluation in its communications context / Roger Miles. Jacksonville, AL (P. O. Box 1111, Jacksonville 36265) : Center for Social Design, 1989. p. 6 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. (Technical report / Center for Social Design ; no. 89-30 Technical report (Center for Social Design) ; no. 89-30.
AM801 .J25 no. 89-30.

294. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation and Visitor Services. and Moses, Epstein and Wiseman. Assessing the impact of interpretive programs / prepared for the Division of Interpretation and Visitor Services, National Park Service by Moses, Epstein and Wiseman, Inc. [S.l. : s.n., 1977] pp. 38, [50] leaves ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5A84 1977.

295. . National Park Service (U.S.) and Appleman, Roy Edgar. Report of Committee on Interpretive Standards. [Washington, D.C.] May,1962. p. 197 p. : 28 cm.
SB481.I5 U5.

296. . Prince, David R. Evaluating interpretation : a discussion / David R. Prince. Manchester : Centre for Environmental Interpretation, 1982. p. 26 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. (Occasional papers ; no.1 Occasional papers (Manchester Polytechnic. Centre for Environmental Interpretation) ; no.1. 2UK MARC 690 00>z11030 Great Britain>z21030 countryside interpretation 2UK MARC 691 00 3634485 2UK MARC 692 00 000037x 2UK MARC 692 00 0194492.
SB481.I5 P67 1982.

297. . Rand, Judy.; Center for Social Design (Jacksonville, Ala., and American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums. Fish stories that hook readers : interpretive graphics at the Monterey Bay aquarium / Judy Rand, editor/writer. Jacksonville, Ala. : Center for Social Design, 1990. p. 8 p. ; 29 cm. (Reprint series ; no. 2.
AM151 .R36 1990.

298. . Risk, Paul H. Assessment and enrichment of environmental interpretive services in National Park Service areas of the Pacific Northwest / prepared by Paul H. Risk. [s.l.] : Michigan State University, Dept. of Park & Recreation Resources, [1974]. pp. [3] |., 17 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5R4.

299. . Shettel, Harris H.; Field Museum of Natural History., and American Institutes for Research. An evaluation of visitor response to 'Man in his environment' : final report / prepared for the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois by Harris H. Shettel. Washington, D.C. : American Institutes for Research, [1976] pp. 57, 17, 12 p. : ill., forms ; 29 cm.
SB481.I5 S552 1976.

300. . Tai, Doris Barbara. An evaluation of the use and effectiveness of two types of interpretive trail media in Yellowstone National Park / by Doris Barbara Tai. c1981. pp. xi,112 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 T2.

301. . Thompson, Doug. and Colonial National Historical Park (Va.). How to audit interpretive programs : a training course for park interpreters / prepared by Doug Thompson. Yorktown, VA : National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park, [1988?]. pp. [3], 59 leaves ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5T42.

302. . Wagar, J. Alan. Evaluating interpretation and interpretive media / by J. Alan Wagar. [s.l. : s.n.], 1972. p. 14 p. ; 27 cm.
SB481.I5 W18.

303. . Wagar, J. Alan.; Lovelady, Gregory W. joint author.; Falkin, Harlan joint author.; Pacific Northwest Forest and Experiment Station, and Forest Service (U.S.). Evaluation techniques for interpretation : study results from an exhibition on energy / J. Alan Wagar, Gregory W. Lovelady, Harlan Falkin. Portland, Or. : U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 1976 pp. 13 p. : ill., graphs ; 27 cm. (USDA forest Service research paper PNW ; 211.
SB481.I5 W19.

304. . Washburne, Randel Ferris. Visitor response to interpretive facilities at five visitor centers. c1972. p. 91 L. illus.
SB481.I5 W26 1971.

305. . Wolf, Robert L. and Smithsonian Institution (Washington, D. C. New perspectives on evaluating museum environments : an annotated bibliography / by Robert L. Wolf, [et al.]. [Washington, D.C.] : Dept. of Psychological Studies, Office of Museum Programs, Smithsonian Institution, 1979. pp. [1], 48 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .N44.

306. . Wolf, Robert L. and Tymitz, Barbara L. joint author. 'East side, west side, straight down the middle' : A study of visitor perceptions of 'Our Changing Land,' the Bicentennial exhibit, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution / by Robert L. Wolf, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1979. p. 54 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W53.

307. . Wolf, Robert L. and Tymitz, Barbara L. joint author. A preliminary guide for conducting naturalistic evaluation in studying museum environements / by Robert L. Wolf, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n., 1979?]. pp. [2 |.], 41 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W48.

308. . Wolf, Robert L. and Tymitz, Barbara L. joint author. Whatever happened to the giant wombat : An investigation of the impact of the Ice Age Mammals and Emergence of Man exhibit, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution / by Robert L. Wolf, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1978. p. 58 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W5.

309. . Wolf, Robert L.; Tymitz, Barbara L., and Munley, Mary Ellen. The pause that refreshes : a study of visitor reactions to the Discovery Corners in the National Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution / Robert L. Wolf, Mary Ellen Munley, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1979. pp. i, 56, [5] p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W52.

310. . Wright, Brett. and Wells, Marcella. A field guide for evaluating National Park Service interpretation / Brett Wright, Marcella Wells. [Richmond, VA? : Center for Recreation Resources Policy, George Mason University], 1990. p. 93 p. (looseleaf) ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5W7 1990.

INTERPRETATION - EVALUATION - ADDRESSES, ESSAYS, LECTURES.311. . Machlis, Gary E. and National Parks and Conservation Association. Interpretive views : opinions on evaluating interpretation in the National Park Service / Edited by Gary E. Machlis. Washington : National Parks and Conservation Association, c1986. pp. ix, 178 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 I48 1986.
INTERPRETATION - EVALUATION - BIBLIOGRAPHY312. . Elliott, Pamala. and Loomis, Ross J. joint author. Studies of visitor behavior in museums and exhibitions : an annotated bibliography of sources primarily in the English language / by Pamala Elliott and Ross J. Loomis ; edited by Avis Berman. Washington : Office of Museum Programs Smithsonian Institution, 1975. p. 36 p. ; 27 cm.
AM7 .E45.

313. . Wells, Marcella. Evaluating interpretation : an annotated bibliography / compiled by marcella Wells. [Fort Collins, CO] : Department of Recreation Resources and Landscape Architecture, College of Forestry and Natural Resources, Colorado State University, 1991. pp. [3 l.], 41 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 W4 1991.

INTERPRETATION - EVALUATION - CONGRESSES.314. . Association of Interpretive Naturalists Workshop (1984 : Pine Mountain, Ga. Interpretation, what is our future? : national workshop proceedings / the Association of Interpretive Naturalists, March 4-8, 1984, Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, Georgia. Derwood, Md. : Association of Interpretive Naturalists, Inc., [1984] pp. 126 p. : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 A7 1984.

315. . Taylor, Graham. and Society for the Interpretation of Britain's Heritage. Evaluation of interpretation : proceedings of a conference of the Society for the Interpretation of Britain's Heritage, London, December 12, 1981 / Edited by Graham Taylor. Wilmslow, Cheshire : Society for the Interpretation of Britain's Heritage, 1981. pp. [iii], 28 p. ; 30 cm.
SB481.I5 E9 1981.

INTERPRETATION FOR CHILDREN.316. . Children's environments quarterly. New York, N.Y. : Center for Human Environments/Environmental Psychology Program, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, [1984- City University of New York, 33 W. 42 St., New York, N.Y. 10036 p. v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
BF353 .C46.

317. . Cornell, Joseph Bharat. Sharing nature with children : a parents' and teachers' nature-awareness guidebook / by Joseph Bharat Cornell. [Nevada City, Calif.] : Ananda Publications, 1979. p. 143 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
QH53 .C77.

318. . Ecroyd. Donald H. and Eastern National Park & Monument Association. Talking with young visitors in the parks / Donald H. Ecroyd. [Philadelphia : National Park Service, Mid-Atlantic Regional Office], 1989. pp. v, 47 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. (Interpretive monograph Number 2.
HV1421 .E36 1989.

319. . Martin, Laura M. W. 1947 and City University of New York. Center for Human Environments. Environmental Psychology Program. Children and interactive electronic environments / issue editor, Laura M. W. Martin. New York, N.Y. : Center for Human Environments/Environmental Psychology Program. The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, 1984. p. 52 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Children's environments quarterly ; v. 5, no. 4.
BF353 .C46 v. 5:4.

INTERPRETATION FOR CHILDREN - GREAT BRITAIN.320. . Hall, Nigel.; Manchester Polytechnic. Design for Learning.; Manchester Polytechnic. Dept. of Communication Arts & Design., and Manchester Polytechnic. Centre for Environmental Interpretation. Writing and designing interpretive materials for children. [Manchester, England] : Design for Learning : Centre for Environmental Interpretation, 1984. pp. iv, 77 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
SB481.I5 W95 1984.
INTERPRETATION - FOREST SERVICE321. . Link, Mike. 'Resorting to interpreters'. American Forests v.94:3,4 March/April, 1988 pp. pp. 52,78.
PER.
INTERPRETATION - GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK.322. . Greenberg, Laura B.; Underhill, A. Heaton., and Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit (Tucson, Ariz. Improving visitor communications in Grand Canyon National Park / Laura B. Greenberg, A. Heaton Underhill. Tucson, Ariz. : Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit, University of Arizona, [1986] pp. v, 71 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm. (Special report ; no. 4 Special report (Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit (Tucson, Ariz.)) ; no. 4.
GRCA 55.
INTERPRETATION - GREAT BRITAIN.323. . Great Britain. Countryside Commission. Audio-visual media in countryside interpretation / [Countryside Commission]. Cheltenham : The Commission, 1980. p. 62 p. ; 21 cm. (Advisory series - Countryside Commission ; no. 12 Great Britain. Countryside Commission. Advisory series -Countryside Commission ; no. 12.
SB481.I5 G73.

324. . Miculka, James Elgin. Resource management of protected areas in Great Britain and its application to the United States National Park Service / James Elgin Miculka. c1986. pp. ii, 31 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .N2M4 1986.

325. . Stevens, Terry. and Manchester Polytechnic. Centre for Environment Interpretation. Interpretation: : who does it, how and why? / Terry Stevens. [Manchester] : Centre for Environmental Interpretation, 1983. pp. 39 p. : ill., 1 map ; 30 cm. (Occasional papers / Centre for Environmental Interpretation ; no.3 Occasional papers (Manchester Polytechnic, Centre for Environmental Interpretation) ; .no.2.
SB481.I5 S85 1983.

INTERPRETATION - GREAT BRITAIN - BIBLIOGRAPHY.326. . Stevens, Terry. and Centre for Environmental Interpretation. Environmental interpretation : a bibliography / Terry Stevens. [Manchester, England : Centre for Environmental Interpretation], 1985. pp. 51 p., 8 p. of plates ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 S86 1985.
INTERPRETATION - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.327. . Alderson, William T. William Thomas 1926 and Low, Shirley Payne. Interpretation of historic sites / William T. Alderson and Shirley Payne Low. Nashville : American Association for State and Local History, 1985. p. 202 p. : ill.
SB481.I5 A36 1985.

328. . Benedict, Paul L. Historic site interpretation : the student field trip / by Paul L. Benedict. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1971. p. [8] p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Technical leaflet / American Association for State and Local History ; 19 Technical leaflet (American Association for State and Local History) ; 19 (1971).
AM1 .A4 no.19.

329. . More, Muriel E. and Forest Service (U.S.). A guide to effective interpretation : what the Forest Service can learn from marketing research / by Muriel E. More. [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, [1983] pp. vii, 49 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 M6 1983.

330. . Recreation Research Program. and United States. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.>uVicksburg, Miss. >4org. Supplements to a guide to cultural and environmental interpretation in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Vicksburg, Miss. : U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station ;>a[Springfield, Va. : available from National Technical Information Service, 1984] p. 319 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Instruction report ; R-84-1.
SB481 .I5P7 Supp.

331. . Regnier, Kathleen Harris.; Gross, Michael Michael P.; Zimmerman, Ronald., and University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point. The interpreter's guidebook: techniques for programs and presentations / by Kathleen Regnier, Michael Gross, and Ron Zimmerman; James Heintzman, consulting editor. Stevens Point, WI : UW-SP Foundation Press, Inc., University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; c1992. pp. viii, 101 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Interpreter's handbook series.
SB481.I5 R41 1992.

INTERPRETATION - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC - CANADA.332. . Canada. Ministry of Culture and Recreation. Old Fort William staff handbook. [Toronto] : the Ministry, 1977. p. 81 p. : maps. ; 21 cm.
F1059.5.F76 C2.
INTERPRETATION - HISTORIC SITES.333. . New York State Historical Association. and National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United States. Primer for preservation : a handbook for historic-house keeping. [New York? : The New York State Historical Association?, 1956?] p. 23 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm. (Historic-house keeping series ; no.1.
NA105 .P73.
INTERPRETATION - HISTORY334. . Brockman, C Frank. Park naturalists and the evolution of national park service interpretation through World War II / by C. Frank Brockman. --. [Santa Cruz, Calif. Forest History Society], 1978. pp. 24-43 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB482.I5 B7.

335. . Brockman, C. Frank Christian Frank 1902. Evolution of national park service interpretation . / by C. Frank Brockman ... Seattle, Wash. : The author, 1976. pp. iv,106 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 B69.

336. . Bryant, Harold Child 1886; Atwood, Wallace Walter 1906, and National Park Service (U.S.) Educational programs. Research and education in the national parks / by Harold C. Bryant and Wallace W. Atwood, Jr. Washington : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 1936. pp. vi, 66 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
E160 .U627 1936.

337. . Committee on Study of Educational Problems in National Parks. and Bryant, Harold C. Reports with recommendations : from the Committee on Study of Educational Problems in National Parks : January 9, 1929 and November 27, 1929. Washington : The Committee, 1929. p. 30 p. ; 23 cm.
SB481 .I5C47 1929.

338. . Grater, Russell. 'Interpretation : the early years as I saw them.'. Legacy v.4:1 Jan/Feb, 1993 p. p. 6.
PER.

339. . Kraus, Marcus. Science education in the national parks of the United States / Marcus Kraus. c1973. pp. viii, 381 leaves : ill.
SB481 .I5K72 1973.

340. . Mackintosh, Barry. and National Park Service (U.S.) History Division. Interpretation in the National Park Service : a historical perspective / by Barry Mackintosh. Washington, D.C. : History Division, National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, 1986. pp. vi, 117 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5M25 1986.

341. . Russell, Carl P. The history and status of interpretive work in National Park. Richmond, Va. : National Park Service,, 1939 pp. pp. 7-14 : 27 cm.
SB481 .I5R8 1939.

342. . Shelton, Napier. 'Roots of interpretation: Donald Edward McHenry.'. Legacy v.3:2 Mar/Apr, 1992 pp. pp. 10-15.
PER.

343. . Vick, Denise S. Yellowstone National Park and the education of adults / by Denise S. Vick. c1986. pp. [xxii], 344 |. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F722 .V45 1986.

344. . Whittlesey, Lee H. 'The first National Park interpreter : G.L. Henderson in Yel 1882-1902'. Montana v.46 Spring, 1996 pp. pp. 26-41.
PER.

345. ---. The first National Park interpreter : G.L. Henderson in Yellowstone, 1882-1902. Montana, the Magazine of Western History. 1996 Spring; 46(1):26-41.

INTERPRETATION - MANAGEMENT.346. . National Park Service (U.S.) Office of Interpretation. The Interpretive challenge : National Park Service. [Washington, D.C. : Office of Interpretation, National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, 1988] pp. [2], 20 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5A1 1988.

347. . Roggenbuck, Joseph W.; Oliver, Susan S.; Hall, Otis F., and United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Waterways Experiment Station. The effectiveness of interpretation in reducing depreciative behavior in campgrounds : final report ... / by Joseph W. Roggenbuck, Otis F. Hall, Susan S. Oliver. Blacksburg, Va. : Dept. of Forestry, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1982. pp. vii, 110 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 R45 1982.

INTERPRETATION - MAPPING INTERPRETIVE SERVICES348. . Machlis, Gary E. and Thompson, James B. 'The visitor services project: visitor data for park management. Trends, 1985 pp. pp. 12-18 + additional material.
/ INTERPRETATION VSP.
INTERPRETATION - MARINE PARKS.349. . Holecek, Donald F. and University of Michigan. Aquatic park management : symposium proceedings / [edited by] E. Thomas Smiley, Donald F. Holecek. [Ann Arbor : Michigan Sea Grant Program], 1982. p. 39 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (MICHU-SG ; -82-900.
QH91.75 .A7.
INTERPRETATION OF AIR QUALITY ISSUES.350. . Baker, Kim A.; Mullins, Gary W.; Fortner, Rosanne W., and Man and the Biosphere Program. Interpreting critical resource issues in National Parks : clearing the air series / Kim A. Baker, research associate ; Project coordinators: Gary W. Mullins and Rosanne W. Fortner. [Columbus, Ohio] : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources, [1988?]. p. 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5I38 1988.

351. . Tassier, Kimberly S. and Man and the Biosphere Program. Directory of acid rain and air quality materials : for interpreters and educators / assembled and annotated by Kimberly S. Tassier ; edited by Rosanne W. Fortner ... [et al]. Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources, 1988. pp. ii, 27 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5I382 1988.

INTERPRETATION OF ANIMALS.352. . Collins, Larry R. Monotremes and marsupials: a reference for zoological institutions / [by] Larry R. Collins. Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] 1973. pp. v, 323 p. illus. 26 cm. (Smithsonian Institution. Publication no. 4888.
QL737.M3 C65.
INTERPRETATION OF AQUATIC LIFE.353. . Fishery resources of the National Parks : a portfolio of policy statements, agreements, and papers dealing with the research, interpretation and management of fishery resources and recreational fishing in areas administered by the National Park Service. Washington : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 1964. p. 1 v. (various paging) ; 27 cm.
SH463 .N5 1964.
INTERPRETATION OF ARCHEOLOGY354. . Binks, Gillian.; Dyke, John.; Dagnall, Philip., and English Heritage. Visitors welcome : a manual on the presentation and interpretation of archaeological excavations / by Gillian Binks, John Dyke, Philip Dagnall ; in association with Dai Morgan Evans and Geoff Wainwright. London : H.M.S.O., 1988. p. 162 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
SB481.I5 B49 1988.

355. Cowley, Jill. Visitor preferences for interpretive media at archeological sites27 p. HFC; NPSHC - INTERPRETATION.

356. . Jameson, John H. Presenting archaeology to the public : digging for truths / edited by John H. Jameson, Jr. ; technical editing by Virginia Horak. Walnut Creek, Calif., U.S.A. : AltaMira Press, c1997. pp. 288 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
E159.5 .P74 1997.

357. . Orr, David Gerald 1942 and Hagley Museum and Library. Historical archaeology and museum interpretation : an exemplary course / by David G. Orr. [Wilmington, Del.] : Hagley Museum and Library, 1989. p. 24 p. ; 23 cm. (Hagley papers.
CC75 .O7 1989.

INTERPRETATION OF ASTRONOMY358. . American Astronomical Society. Sky interpretation resource bulletin. East Lansing, Mich., Abrams Planetarium, Michigan State University.
QB63 .S58.
INTERPRETATION OF BATTLEFIELDS359. . Brown, Daniel. 'Some reflections on battlefield interpretation'. George Wright Forum V. 9:2, 1992 pp. pp. 62-64.
PER.

360. . Cummings, Mary-Ellen and Gebhard, Caroline. 'Treaties and memorials : interpreting Horseshoe Bend National Military Park' by M. Cummings and Caroline Gebhard. Public Historian v.18:4 Fall, 1996 pp. pp, 19-36.
/ PHRF HOBE.

361. . Wensyel, James W. 'Tales of a Gettysburg guide.'. American Heritage 45/2 April, 1994 pp. PP. 104-113.
PER.

INTERPRETATION OF BEARS.362. . Clarkson, Peter. and Sutterlin, Linda. Bear essentials : a source book and guide to planning bear education programs / by Peter Clarkson and Linda Sutterlin. [Missoula, Montana : American version distributed by C. Jonkel,School of Forestry, University of Montana, 1984]. pp. iii, [1], 66 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
QL737.C27 C4.

363. . Sundstrom, Thord C. An analysis of Denali National Park and Preserve's management program to educate visitors regarding behavior while in bear county / by Thord C. Sundstrom. c1985. pp. iv, 291 leaves, bound : 1 map ; 29 cm.
F912 .M23S9 1985.

INTERPRETATION OF BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY.364. . Cunningham, Richard L. The biological diversity of food plants : some interpretive thoughts / by Richard L. Cunningham. San Francisco : [U.S. Dept. of the Interior] National Park Service, Western Regional Office, 1990. p. 51 p. ; 28 cm.
QK98.5 .C9 1990.

365. . Mullins, Gary W.; Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group., and National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation. Interpreting biological diversity : a handbook for National Park Service communicators / [developed by the National Park Service, Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group with coordination by Gary W. Mullins et al., School of Natural Resources, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio]. [Washington] : National Park Service, [1989] p. 1 v. (looseleaf) : ill. ; 28 cm.
QH75 .N2 1989.

366. . Mullins, Gary W.; Palmer-Parfitt, Kim, and Watson, Michael D. 'Critical resource issues: interpreting biological diversity National Parks' / by ... Kim Palmer-Parfitt, Michael D. Wats. Legacy (NAI) vol. 2:4 July/August, 1991 pp. pp. 18-23.
PER.

367. . National Park Service (U.S.) Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group. and Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group. Interpreting biological diversity in the National Park System : a National Park Service interpretive initiative plan / prepared by the Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group. [Washington] : National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1988. p. 38 p. ; 28 cm.
QH75 .N26 1988.

368. . Spears, Carol. 'Interpreting biological diversity.'. Journal of Interpretation vol. 13:2, 1989 pp. pp. 4-6.
PER.

INTERPRETATION OF BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY - SURVEYS.369. . Mullins, Gary W.; Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group.; National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation.; Fortner, Rosanne W.; Palmer, Kim.; Ohio State University Research Foundation. Office of Sponsored Programs., and National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Wildlife and Vegetation. Report on the Interpreting Biological Diversity in the National Park Service Survey / by Gary W. Mullins, Rosanne W. Fortner, Kim Palmer, School of Natural Resources, The Ohio State University and Office of Sponsored Programs, The Ohio State University Research Foundation for the National Park Service. [Columbus, Ohio : School of Natural Resources, The Ohio State University], 1989. pp. iv, 59 [10] p. ; 28 cm.
QH75 .M9 1989.

370. . Mullins, Gary W.; Biological Diversity Interpretive Initiative Task Group.; National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation.; Fortner, Rosanne W.; Palmer, Kim.; Ohio State University Research Foundation. Office of Sponsored Programs., and National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Wildlife and Vegetation. 'Interpreting Biological Diversity in the National Park Service' Survey : Executive summary / Gary W. Mullins, Rosanne W. Fortner, Kim Palmer, School of Natural Resources, The Ohio State University and Office of Sponsored Programs, The Ohio State University Research Foundation for the National Park Service. [Columbus, Ohio : School of Natural Resources, The Ohio State University], 1989. p. 22 p. ; 28 cm.
QH75 .M95 1989.

INTERPRETATION OF BIOSPHERE RESERVES.371. . Gregg, William P.; Zube, Ervin H., and Man and the Biosphere Program. Communication to the public in U.S. biosphere reserves : report of a workshop, Arlington, Virginia, July 14-15, 1981 / William P. Gregg, Jr. ... and Ervin H. Zube. Washington, D.C. : U.S. MAB Secretariat, Dept. of State OES/ENR(MAB), 1984. pp. [2], 12, 22 p. ; 28 cm. (U.S. MAB report ; no. 8.
QH76 .N2 no.8.
INTERPRETATION OF CAVES372. Lipman, Diane S. and Hodgson, Ronald W. The influence of interpersonal interpretation on the effectiveness of self-guided cave tours. Journal of Environmental Education. 1978 Fall; 10(1):32-34.INTERPRETATION OF COLLECTION.373. . Pearce, Susan M. Interpreting objects and collections / edited by Susan M. Pearce. London ; New York : Routledge, 1994. pp. xii, 343 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. (Leicester readers in museum studies.
AM231 .I58 1994.
INTERPRETATION OF CRANBERRIES.374. . Hicks, Margie. Cranberries, cranberries : background information for interpreting cranberries in Cape Cod National Seashore / b Margie Hicks. [s.l. : Cape Cod National Seashore, Mass.], 1979. pp. 42, 21, [4] p. : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB383 .H5.
INTERPRETATION OF CULTURAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES.375. . Strauss, Susan. The passionate fact : storytelling in natural history and cultural interpretation / Susan Strauss. Golden, Colo. : North American Press, 1996. p. 152 p. : ill.
SB481.I5 S87 1996.
INTERPRETATION OF CULTURAL AND NATURALRESOURCES - EXHIBITIONS - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.376. . Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.) Division of Wayside Exhibits. Wayside exhibits users guide. Harper Ferry, W. Va. : National Park Service, Harpers Ferry Center, 1997. p. 25 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 x 16 cm.
TT360 .W29 1997.
INTERPRETATION OF CULTURAL RESOURCES - EVALUATION.377. . Cunningham, Richard L. Interpretation of natural resources management, cultural resources management and visitor safety in the National Park System / byRichard L. Cunningham. San Francisco : National Park Service, Western Regional Office, 1984. pp. 14,16,17 |. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5C94 1984.
INTERPRETATION OF DOMESTIC WORKERS.378. . Levy, Barbara A. 'The view from the kitchen : interpreting the lives of domestic workers' ; a one-day conference for historic site staff presented by The national Trust for Historic Preservation, Boston, Massachusetts, October 25, 1994 ; Annotated bibliography / compiled by Barbara A. Levy. [Boston?] : The National Trust for Historic Preservation, c1994. pp. 15, [16],28 l. 28 cm.
HD6072.2.U5 V4 1994.
INTERPRETATION OF ENERGY379. . Machlis, Gary E. Gary Edward; Ham, Sam H.; Deyerberg, Robert P.; University of Idaho. College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences.; Idaho State Office of Energy., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (University of Idaho). Energy interpretation : a guide for Idaho state parks / by Gary E. Machlis, Sam H. Ham, Robert P. Deyerberg. Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, [1981] pp. 34 leaves : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 M23 1981.

380. . Stephenson, Lee.; Strader, Nancy., and National Recreation and Park Association. Energy workbook for parks / by Lee Stephenson, Nancy Strader. Edited by Anita Finkelstein. s.l.] : National Recreation and Park Assoc.>e(Washington :>fU.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.) 1979. pp. v,96 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. pbk.
SB481 .S865.

INTERPRETATION OF ENERGY CONSERVATION.381. . Lewis, William J. Development of the energy conservation theme for use in National Parks : (final report), June 30, 1976. [s.l. : s.n., 1976] p. 100 leaves ; 27 cm.
SB481 .L4.
INTERPRETATION OF FOREST FIRES.382. . Zelker, Thomas M. and Forest Service (U.S.). Forest interpreter's primer on fire management : [a reference for Forest Service, USDA Forest interpreters / prepared by Thomas M. Zelker]. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, [1976] pp. viii, 70 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. (Training text ; TT-53(1660/2300) United States. Forest Service. Training text ; TT-53(1660/2300).
SB481.I5 Z4.
INTERPRETATION OF GLOBAL CHANGE.383. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation. Interpreting global change : a National Park Service communicator's handbook. [Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Division of Interpretation, 1993] pp. ii, 135 p. (looseleaf) : ill. ; 28 cm.
HC79 .E5I5 1993.
INTERPRETATION OF HISTORIC SITES.384. . Low, Shirley P. Historic site interpretation : the human approach / by Shirley P. Low. Nashville : American Association for State and Local History, 1965. p. [12] p. : ill. ; 26 cm. (American Association for State and Local History. Technical leaflet, no. 32.
AM1 .A4 no.32.

385. . Ruffin, Esther S. Interpretation of historic sites. [Williamsburg, Va., 1971 p. 71 leaves.
E175.8 .R9.

INTERPRETATION OF HISTORY.386. . Leon, Warren. and Rosenzweig, Roy. History museums in the United States : a critical assessment / edited by Warren Leon, Roy Rosenzweig. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1989. p. 333 p. : ill.
E159 .H73 1989.

387. . National Park Service (U.S.) History Division. Revision of the National Park Service's thematic framework. [Washington : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, History Division], 1996. p. 14 p. ; 23 cm.
SB481.H4 R4 1996.

388. . Wallace, Mike 1942. Mickey Mouse history and other essays on American memory / Mike Wallace. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1996. pp. xiv, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
E172 .W35 1996.

INTERPRETATION OF HISTORY - BIBLIOGRAPHY.389. . Macaulay, Marion. Interpretion in an historic milieu : a bibliography / compiled by Marion Macaulay. [Ottawa?], Ontario : Parks Canada, Ontario region, 1975. p. 108 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 M2 1975.
INTERPRETATION OF LANDSCAPE390. . 'Thematic issue on landscape interpretation'. CRM Bulletin v.17:7, 1994 p. (whole issue).INTERPRETATION OF LANDSCAPES391. . 'Thematic issue on landscape interpretation'. CRM Bulletin v.17:7, 1994 p. (whole issue).

392. . Banks, Alan S. 'Interpreting the cultural landscape : turning the inside ou. Legacy vol. 7:4 July/August, 1976 pp. pp. 13-17.
PER.

INTERPRETATION OF MARINE ENVIRONMENTS393. . (Special issue on marine environments). THE INTERPRETER, WINTER/1982 p. (whole issue).
PER.
INTERPRETATION OF MARITIME CULTURAL RESOURCES.394. . Delgado, James P. and National Maritime Museum (U.S.). Maritime preservation : [special issue of the APT Bulletin , journal of the Association for Preservation Technology, v.IX, number 1,1987 / edited by James P. Delgado]. [Washington, D.C. : Association for Preservation Technology, 1987]. p. 88 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
V13 .A1M2 1987.
INTERPRETATION OF MILITARY HISTORY.395. . United States. Committee to Review Western Forts' Interpretive Development Programs. and National Park Service (U.S.). Western military forts. [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1965] pp. 172 leaves, [7] leaves of plates (some folded) : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
UG410 .A4.
INTERPRETATION OF MINING.396. . Barker, Leo R. and Huston, Ann E. Death Valley to Deadwood; Kennecott to Cripple Creek : proceedings of the Historic Mining Conference January 23-27, 1989, Death Valley National Monument / edited by Leo R. Barker and Ann E. Huston. San Francisco, Calif. : Div. of National Register Programs, National Park Service, 1990. p. 219 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
TN23 .D42 1990.
INTERPRETATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES.397. . National Park Service (U.S.). Natural resource issues interpretation in the National Park Service : a report from the Natural Resource Strategic Plan Natural Resource Interpretation Committee / Department of the Interior, National Park Service. [Washington, D.C.?] : Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 1994. p. 1 v. (various pagings).
SB481 .I5N26 1994.

398. . National Park Service (U.S.) Natural Resource Program Center. Action plan : natural resource issues interpretation in the National Park Service ; a report from the Natural Resources Interpretation Committee, 1996. Denver : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Natural Resource Information Division, Natural Resourc Program Center, 1996. p. 15 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N26 1996.

INTERPRETATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES - EVALUATION.399. . Cunningham, Richard L. Interpretation of natural resources management, cultural resources management and visitor safety in the National Park System / byRichard L. Cunningham. San Francisco : National Park Service, Western Regional Office, 1984. pp. 14,16,17 |. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5C94 1984.
INTERPRETATION OF PALEONTOLOGY400. . Conference on Fossil Resources in the National Park Service (4th : 1994 : Colorado Springs, Colo.; Johnston, Margaret.; McChristal, James., and National Park Service (U.S.) Natural Resource Program Center. Partners in Paleontology : Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Fossil Resources, October 31 - November 4, 1994, Colorado Springs, Colorado / compiled and edited by Margaret Johnston and James McChristal. Denver, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Natural Resource Program Center, 1997. pp. x, 239, [9] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Natural resources report ; NPS/NRFLFO/NRR-97/01 Natural resources report (National Park Service. Natural Resources Publication Office) ; NPS/NRFLFO/NRR-97/01.
QE711.2 .N23 1994.
INTERPRETATION OF RIVERS.401. . Harrison, Anne. Interpreting the river resource ... / by Anne Harrison. [Washington?] : Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, [1977]. p. 21 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
SB481.I5 H27.

402. . Wooley, Fred J. River interpretation : development of an on-water trail / by Fred J. Wooley. c1979 pp. vii, 67 leaves : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 W55.

INTERPRETATION OF SAFETY - EVALUATION.403. . Cunningham, Richard L. Interpretation of natural resources management, cultural resources management and visitor safety in the National Park System / byRichard L. Cunningham. San Francisco : National Park Service, Western Regional Office, 1984. pp. 14,16,17 |. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5C94 1984.
INTERPRETATION OF SLAVERY404. . Haynes, L. Betsy G. 'The Burroughs Plantation : a departure from fiction'. Legacy vol. 7:4 July/August, 1996 pp. pp. 25-29.
PER.

405. . Weeks, Kay D. 'Interpreting slavery - a response'. CRM Bulletin v.15:5, 1992 pp. pp. 37-38.
PER.

INTERPRETATION OF TIMBERLINE.406. . Adams, Amy E.; Arno, Stephen F., and National Park Service (U.S.) Western Regional Office. Interpreting the timberline : an aid to help park naturalists to acquaint visitors with the subalpine-alpine ecotone of western North America / by Stephen F. Arno. San Francisco, Calif. : Western Regional Office, National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1967. pp. x, 206 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
QK938.T5 A7.
INTERPRETATION OF WETLAND CONSERVATION - CONGRESSES.407. . N.A.I. Federal Interagency Council Workshop (1990 : Madison, Wis. etc. and National Association for Interpretation. Federal Interagency Council. Preparing for the 21st century : solving management problems through interpretation : 1990 roundtable sessions / sponsored by the Federal Interagency Council of the National Association for Interpretation ; Evaluating the effectiveness of interpretation, April 17-20, 1990, Madison, Wisconsin ; Interpretation and the future of wetlands, May 8-11, 1990, Atlanta, Georgia ; Managing and preserving cultural resources through interpretation, May 8-11, 1990, Phoenix, Arizona. Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, [1990] pp. 1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5N38 1990.
INTERPRETATION OF WILDLIFE.408. . Smith, Gail P and Forest Service (U.S.). Forest interpreter's primer on wildlife : a reference for Forest Service, USDA forest interpreters / [prepared by Gail P. Smith]. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, [1976] pp. iii, 53 [1] p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Training text ; TT-52(1660/2300).
QL49 .S567.
INTERPRETATION OF WOLVES409. . Bishop, Gail. 'The effectiveness of the National Park Service Red Wolf edu program at Gulf Islands National Seashore.'. Legacy v. 3:5 Sept./Oct., 1992 pp. pp. 29-33.
PER.
INTERPRETATION OF WOMEN'S HISTORY.410. . Exploring a common past : interpreting women's history in the National Park Service. [Washington? : U.s. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, History Division?], 1996. pp. [2], 27 p. ; 23 cm.
HQ1410 .E9 1996.
INTERPRETATION OPF ENERGY.411. . Stephenson, Lee. and National Recreation and Park Association. Energy manual for parks : a handbook for interpreters and naturalists / by Lee Stephenson. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1979?],c1976. pp. 165 p. in various pagings : ill., graphs ; 28 cm.
SB481 .S86.
INTERPRETATION - PERIODICALS412. . In touch. Washington, National Park Service, Division of Interpretation.
SB481.I5 I5.

413. . Association of Interpretive Naturalists. Journal of interpretation. Derwood, Maryland, Association of Interpretive Naturalists. p. bill. 28 cm.
SB481.I5 J5.

INTERPRETATION - PHILOSOPHY414. . Beck, Larry. and Cable, Ted T. Interpretation for the 21st century : fifteen guiding principles for interpreting nature and culture / Larry Beck, Ted T. Cable. Champaign, Ill. : Sagamore Publishing, c1998. pp. xiv, 242 p. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 B4 1998.

415. . Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.) Division of Interpretive Planning. Planning for interpretion and visitor experience / prepared by the Division of Interpretive Planning, Harpers Ferry Center. Harpers Ferry, W. Va. : [National Park Service], Harpers Ferry Center, 1998. pp. [x], 62 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 U54 1998.

416. . Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.) * and Paskowsky, Michael. Interpretive planning handbook / prepared by Michael Paskowsky. Harpers Ferry, W.Va. : The Center, 1982. pp. [iv], 38 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5U54 1982.

417. . Linenthal, Edward T. 'The place of historic and commemorative voices.'. History News v.52:1 Winter, 1997 pp. pp. 10-14.
PER.

418. . Makruski, Edward Dennis. A conceptual analysis of 'environmental interpretation' / Edward Dennis Makruski. c1978. pp. vii, 198 p.
SB481.I5 M346.

419. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation and Visitor Services. Interpretive planning handbook : advance copy for current development program. [Washington : The Division, 1965]. p. 1 v. (var.paging) ; 27 cm.
SB481 .I5U54.

420. Tilden, Freeman. The constructire aspect of inaction. Trends. 1965 Jul; 2(3):21-24.

INTERPRETATION - PLANNING - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.421. . Veverka, John A. Interpretive master planning : for parks, historic sites, forests, zoos, and related tourism sites, for self-guided interpretive services, for interpretive exhibits, for guided programs/tours / John A. Veverka. Helena, Mt. : Falcon Press : Exclusively distributed by the Interpretation, Publication, and Resource Center, 1994. pp. ix, 162 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
SB481.I5 V48 1994.
INTERPRETATION - POLICY.422. . National Parks and Conservation Association. Interpretation : key to the park experience. [Washington] : National Parks and Conservation Association, [1988]. pp. [vii], 133 p. ; 28 cm. (Investing in park futures : a blueprint for tomorrow ; vol. 4.
SB481 .P5I4 1988 v.4.
INTERPRETATION - RESEARCH423. . Adams, Amy E. and Hammitt, William E. 'Visitor behaviors which enhance wildlife viewing : imnplica for interpretation.' by Amy E. Adams and Dr. William E. Hamm. Legacy v. 4:5 SEP/OCT, 1993 pp. pp. 18-23.
PER.

424. . Brohl, Lisa Kutschbach. A study of visitors and interpretation at Mound City Group National Monument / prepared by Lisa Kutschbach Brohl. c1981. pp. ii, 55 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5B74.

425. . Graham, R. Social science research and the interpretation triad. [s.l. : the author], 1989 p. 25 leaves.
SB481 .I5G66 1989.

426. . Griswold, Michael D. 'Evaluation tools for personal services interpretation.'. Legacy v.4:1 Jan/Feb, 1993 pp. pp. 12-16.
PER.

427. Knopf, Richard C. Cognitive map formation as a tool for facilitating information transfer in interpretive programming. 1979; 9 p.

428. . Legg, Michael. and National Association of Interpretation. National Association of Interpretation 1988 research monograph / edited by Dr. Michael Legg. Fort Collins, CO (P.O. Box 1892, Fort Collins, CO 80522) : National Association of Interpretation, c1988. p. 70 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1988.

429. . Trotter, Robert T. III. Ethnographic research at Wupatki National Monument: a new to interpretation. in: Journal of Interpretation, Vol.14:1, 1990 p. pp. R1-R11.
SB481 .I5J5 V.14:1.

INTERPRETATION - RESOURCES430. . Petsche, Jerry; Kardos, Andy, and Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.). 'The Interpreters' Resource Information System (IRIS) and it applications'. National Association for Interpretation, 1992 p. [6 p.].
/ INTERPRETATION.
INTERPRETATION - SCOTLAND.431. . Aldridge, Don.; Pennyfather, Keith., and Scotland. Countryside Commission for Scotland. Guide to countryside interpretation. Edinburgh : Published by H. M. Stationery Office for Countryside Commission for Scotland, Countryside Commission, 1975. pp. 2 v. : ill, fold. map in pocket ; 20-25 cm.
SB484.S3 G84.
INTERPRETATION - SOCIOLOGICAL ASPECTS432. . Bigley, James D. 'Living history and battle reenactment: te dilemma of select interpretation.'. History News v.46:6 Nov/Dec, 1991 pp. pp. 12-18.
PER.

433. . Hewitt, John P. 'Stalking the wild identity: an interpretation of activities natural settings [preliminary draft]'. [unpublished], 1977 p. 35 leaves (photocopy).

INTERPRETATION - SOURCES.434. . Anderson, Jay. The living history sourcebook / Jay Anderson. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1985. pp. x,469 p.: ill. ; 15x15 cm.
E159 .A53 1985.
INTERPRETATION - STUDY AND TEACHING - DIRECTORIES.435. . Hartmann, Lawrence A. and Forest Service (U.S.). Directory of interpretive curricula in the United States and Canada / compiled by Lawrence A. Hartmann. Washington : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Recreation management staff, 1983. pp. vii, 148 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 H27 1983.
INTERPRETATION - SURVEYS.436. . Cantu, Rita. Interpretation : a way of looking at things / by Rita Cantu. [Tucson, Ariz.] 1973. pp. 50 p., 17 |. : 27 cm.
SB481.I5 C23.

437. . Clark, William Farnsworth 1921. National park survey : the interpretive programs of the national parks; their development, present status, and reception / by William Farnsworth Clark. c1949. pp. 1 roll 35 mm microfilm (2 v. (510 leaves, 22 folded tables)).
SB481.I5 C53 1949.

438. . Mullins, Gary W. and Watson, Michael D. Interpreting critical resource issues in National Parks : an assessment / by Gary W. Mullins and Michael D. Watson. [Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources] 1992. pp. iv, 39 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5M9 1992.

439. . Wright, Pamela A.; Mullins, Gary W., and Watson, Michael D. Interpretive participation at National Park Service sites : the Public Area Recreation Visitor Study and the National Park system / prepared by Pamela A. Wright, Gary W. Mullins, Michael D. Watson. [Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources] 1991. pp. iv, 39 p. ; 28 cm.
NPS SB481 .I5W76 1991.

INTERPRETATION - TECHNIQUE.440. . National Park Service (U.S.). Compelling stories : achieving excellence in interpretation. [Washington, D.C.? : U. S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Services, 1996?] pp. 16, [1] p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5C56 1996.

441. . Stagner, Howard R. and Thompson, David D. Jr. Talks / by Howard R. Stagner. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 1968. p. 20 p. : ill.; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 S8 1968.

INTERPRETATION - TECHNIQUES.442. . American Association of Museums. Environmental Committee. Museums and the environment: a handbook for education. [New York] Arkville Press [1971] pp. xv, 261 p. illus. 27 cm.
AM101 .A45.

443. . Association For Living Historical Farms and Agricultural Museums. 'The right stuff : getting and using it' and : 'Raise high the roof beam : new dimensions on old foundations'. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution, 1988. pp. viii, 231 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Papers from the ALHFAM annual meetings ; 8.
S549.U6 A84 1988.

444. . Danzer, Gerald A. Public places : exploring their history / Gerald A. Danzer. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, c1987. pp. xiii, 135 p. : ill. (The Nearby history series ; 3.
E180 .D36 1987.

445. . Hanna, John W. and National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation and Visitor Services. Visitor observations for interpretive programming / [by] John W. Hanna and Valeen Adams Silvy. College Station, Tex. : Texas A&M University, Dept. of Recreation and Parks, 1978. p. 16 p. : 28 cm.
SB481.I5 H26.

446. . Hilker, Gordon and Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.). The audience and you : practical dramatics for the park interpreter / by Gordon Hilker. [Washington] : National Park Service, 1974. p. 65 p. ; 24 cm.
SB481 .I5H4 1974.

447. . Kleiman, Tom. and Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.). Computers and videodisc applications in interpretation : report / Tom Kleiman. [Harpers ferry, W.Va.] : Division of Audiovisual Arts, Harpers Ferry Center, [National Park Service], 1983. p. 75 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5K54.

448. . National Park Service (U.S.) Stephen T. Mather Training Center. A guide for the development of self-guiding operations. [Harpers Ferry, W.V. : The Center, 1965?] p. 1 v. (var.pag.) ; 27 cm.
QH53 .U55.

449. . Perkins, Angela Louise. and Harvard University. Graduate School of Design Thesis. The Boston African American National Historical Site : an interpretation using interactive multimedia / by Angela Louise Perkins. p. 270 leaves : ill. 29 cm.
F73.37 .P37 1993.

450. . Philipp, Stephen F. Oral communication strategies for the interpretive resource communicator / [by] Stephen F. Philipp and John W. Hanna. College Station, Tex. : Texas A&M University, Dept. of Recreation and Parks, 1977. p. 19 p. : 28 cm. (Departmental information report, no.77-8.
SB481.I5 P4.

451. . Ross, Terence L. 1946 and Moeller, George H. Communicating rules in recreation areas / by Terence L. Ross and George H. Moeller. Upper Darby, Pa. : Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, 1974. pp. 12 p. : ill., forms ; 27 cm. (USDA Forest Service research paper NE ; 297.
SB481.I5 R5.

452. . Southwest Research Institute. and North Carolina. Division of Archives and History. Feasibility study for transmission of a live television picture from the U.S.S. Monitor to visitor centers onshore : prepared for Underwater Archaeology Branch, Division of Archives and History, Dept. of Cultural Resources, State of North Carolina / by Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas. Washington : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Coastal Zone Management ;>aRaleigh, N.C. : Dept. of Cultural Resources, [1982] pp. iv, 36, [92] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (U.S.S. Monitor technical report series ; vol. 2, no.2.
VA65.M67 F4 1982.

453. . Wagar, J. Alan 1930; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or., and Forest Service (U.S.). Cassette tapes for interpretation / by J. Alan Wagar. Portland, Or. : Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1976. pp. [ii], 20 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (USDA Forest Service research paper PNW ; 207.
SB481.I5 W2.

454. . Weaver, Glenn. Methods of interpretation / by Glenn Weaver. [Columbia, Mo. :] University of Missouri-Columbia Extension Division, [1978?]. p. [1 v. unpaged] : ill. ; 28 cm. (Recreation, Parks & Leisure.
SB481.I5 W3.

INTERPRETATION - TRAINING.455. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation. A personal training program for interpreters. [Washington] : The Division, [1976] pp. 122 p. : ill., ports. ; 27 cm.
SB481.I5 N25 1976.

456. . National Park Service (U.S.) Stephen T. Mather training Center. Interpretive skills lesson plans, formulated by participants at the Instructor's Workshop in Interpretive Skills, Mather Training Center, January 31 - February 11, 1983. Harpers Ferry, W.Va. : Stephen T. Mather Training Center, 1983. p. 1 v.(var.pag.) : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 M27.

457. . Thompson, Doug. and Colonial National Historical Park (Va.). How to audit interpretive programs : a training course for park interpreters / prepared by Doug Thompson. Yorktown, VA : National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park, [1988?]. pp. [3], 59 leaves ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5T42.

INTERPRETATION TRIAD458. . Graham, R. Social science research and the interpretation triad. [s.l. : the author], 1989 p. 25 leaves.
SB481 .I5G66 1989.
INTERPRETATION - UNITED STATES.459. . Anderson, Jay. A Living history reader / [edited by] Jay Anderson. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1991- p. v. <1 > : ill. ; 28 cm.
E172 .L58 1991.
INTERPRETATION - VIDEOCASSETTES.460. . Carson, Barbara G. and American Association for State and Local History. Learning history with artifacts videorecording / Barbara G. Carson. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, c1984. pp. 1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 1-2 in.
CONS 31.
INTERPRETATION - VISITOR ORIENTATION461. . Lankford, Sherri; Bitgood, Stephen, and Cota, Amy. 'Orientation & circulation' (Special issue) ed. by Sherri Lankford, Stephen Bitgood, Amy Cota. Visitor Behavior v. 10:2 Summer, 1995 pp. pp. 3-17.
PER.
INTERPRETATION - VISITOR STUDIES.462. . Baldwin, Sara B.; Machlis, Gary E.; Johnson, Darryll R.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Corvallis, Or. North Cascades National Park Service Complex / Sara B. Baldwin, Gary E. Machlis and Darryll R. Johnson. [Moscow, Idaho] : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho, [1985?] p. 2 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 5.
SB481 .V5V4 no.5.

463. . Dolsen, Dana E.; Machlis, Gary E.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and Littlejohn, Margaret. Visitor services project : Lincoln Home National Historic Site / Dana E. Dolsen, Margaret Littlejohn, Gary E. Machlis. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1990. p. 2 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 24.
SB481 .V5V4 no.24.

464. . Ham, Sam H.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and University of Idaho. College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences. Mapping interpretive services, a follow-up study at Yellowstone National Park and Mt. Rushmore National Memorial / by Sam H. Ham ... [et al.]. Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, [1984] pp. 75, [18] leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor services project report ; 3.
SB481 .V5V4 no.3.

465. . Littlejohn, Margaret.; Machlis, Gary E., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Visitor services project : Muir Woods National Monument, Golden Gate National Recreation Area / Dana E. Dolsen, Margaret Littlejohn, Gary E. Machlis. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1990. p. 2 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 27.
SB481 .V5V4 no.27.

466. . Machlis, Gary E.; Baldwin, Sara B., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Gettysburg National Military Park / Gary E. Machlis, Sara B. Baldwin. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1987. p. 3 v. : maps ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 7.
SB481 .V5V4 no.7.

467. . Machlis, Gary E.; Baldwin, Sara B., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Independence National Historical Park / Gary E. Machlis, Sara B. Baldwin. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1987. p. 2 v. : maps ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 8.
SB481 .V5V4 no.8.

468. . Machlis, Gary E.; Dolsen, Dana E., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Colonial National Historical Park / Gary E. Machlis, Dana E. Dolsen. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1988. p. 2 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 10.
SB481 .V5V4 no.10.

469. . Machlis, Gary E.; Dolsen, Dana E., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Independence National Historical Park / Gary E. Machlis, Sara B. Baldwin. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1988. p. 2 v. : maps ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 16.
SB481 .V5V4 no.16.

470. . Machlis, Gary E.; Dolsen, Dana E., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. National Park Service visitor services project : the White House tours, Summer 1989 / Gary E. Machlis, Dana E. Dolsen. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1990. p. 2 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 23.
SB481 .V5V4 no.23.

471. . Machlis, Gary E.; Madison, Dwight L.; Livingston, Ivor.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and Howard University. National Park Service Visitor Services Project : the White House tours, Fall 1991 / Gary E. Machlis, Dwight L. Madison, Ivor Livingston. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho, 1992] p. 56 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project ; rept. 44.
SB481.V5 V4 no.44.

472. . Van Every, Mark E.; Machlis, Gary E.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Corvallis, Or. Mapping interpretive services : identifying barriers to adoption and diffusion of the method / by Mark E. Van Every and Gary E. Machlis. Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, University of Idaho, [1984?] pp. [2], 23, [16] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 2.
SB481 .V5V4 no.2.

INTERPRETERS' RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM (IRIS)473. . Petsche, Jerry; Kardos, Andy, and Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.). 'The Interpreters' Resource Information System (IRIS) and it applications'. National Association for Interpretation, 1992 p. [6 p.].
/ INTERPRETATION.
INTERPRETION474. Cummings, Mary-Ellen and Gebhard, Carolline. Treaties and memorials : interpreting Horseshoe Bend National Military Park. Public Historian. 1996 Fall; 18(4):19-36.

475. . Machlis, Gary E.; Field, Donald R.; Van Every, Mark E.; University of Idaho. College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences.; National Park Service (U.S.); Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Seattle, Wash. Foreign visitors and interpretation : a sociological look at the Japanese tourist / by Gary E. Machlis, Donald R. Field, Mark E. Van Every. Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences ;>a[Washington, D.C.?] : National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, [1982?] pp. 19, [1] leaves ; 28 cm. (UI CPSU ; S82-1 CPSU/UI ; S82-1.
SB481.I5 M14.

INTERPRETION - BIBLIOGRAPHY.476. . Marsh, John S. and Interpretation Canada. Ontario Section. Natural and cultural heritage interpretation evaluation : the proceedings of a conference sponsored by the Ontario Section of Interpretation Canada and the Environmental and Resources Studies Program of Trent University, Stony Lake, Ontario, March 11-13, 1983 / edited by John S. Marsh. Ottawa : Interpretation Canada, 1986. pp. [2] |., 127 p. : ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N3 1983.
INTERPRETION - CANADA - CONGRESSES.477. . National Workshop of Interpretation Canada>n(7th : 1979 : Naramata, B. C.; Barkley, Bill 1941, and British Columbia Provincial Museum. Heritage interpretation : making interpretation relevant : selected papers from the 7th National Workshop of Interpretation Canada, Naramata, British Columbia, November 1-4, 1979 / editor, Bill Barkley. Victoria, B.C. : British Columbia Provincial Museum, 1980. pp. v, 74 p. ; 28 cm. (Heritage record,>x0701-9556 ; no. 11.
SB481.I5 N3 1979.
INTERPRETION - EVALUATION - CONGRESSES.478. . Marsh, John S. and Interpretation Canada. Ontario Section. Natural and cultural heritage interpretation evaluation : the proceedings of a conference sponsored by the Ontario Section of Interpretation Canada and the Environmental and Resources Studies Program of Trent University, Stony Lake, Ontario, March 11-13, 1983 / edited by John S. Marsh. Ottawa : Interpretation Canada, 1986. pp. [2] |., 127 p. : ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N3 1983.
INTERPRETION OF CULTURAL RESOURCES479. . Ryan, Jan S. and National Park Service (U.S.). Preventing cultural resources destruction : taking action through interpretation / by Jan S. Ryan. [Denver, Colo.] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1992] pp. v, 91 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 R92 1992.
INTERPRETION OF FOSSILS.480. . Conference on Fossil Resources in the National Park Service (3rd : 1992 : Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming; Benton, Rachel.; Elder, Ann., and National Park Service (U.S.) Natural Resources Publication Office. Proceedings of the Third Conference on Fossil Resources in the National Park Service / editors, Rachel Benton, Ann Elder. Denver, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Natural Resources Publication Office, 1994. pp. xviii, 98 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Natural resources report ; NPS/NRFOBU/NRR-94/14.
QE711.2 .N23 1992.
INTERPRETION - VISITOR STUDIES.481. . Machlis, Gary E. and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Mapping visitor populations : a pilot study at Yellowstone National Park / by Gary E. Machlis ... [et al.]. Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho, [1984] pp. 41 leaves, 19 p. : maps ; 28 cm. (Vistor services project report ; 4.
SB481 .V5V4 no. 4.
INTERPRETIVE CENTERS - OREGON.482. . Hunsaker, Joyce Badgley. and Gnass, Jeff. National Historic Oregon Trail Center : the interpretive center at Flagstaff Hill / text by Joyce Badgley Hunsaker ; photography by Jeff Gnass. Las Vegas, NV : KC Publications, c1995. p. 48 p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm.
F880 .H94 1995.
INTERPRETIVE CHALLENGE.483. . Implementation strategies : the interpretive challenge. [Washington, D.C. : Office of Interpretation], National Park Service, [U.S. Dept. of the Interior], 1988. pp. [2], 70 p., [30] : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5A12 1988.
INTERPRETIVE PLANNING.484. . Interpretive operations plan : Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, Massachusetts. Brookline, Mass. : Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, 1986. pp. 77 p. : maps, plans ; 28 cm.
FRLA 3.

485. . Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. A Manual for planning interpretive programmes in national parks / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome : FAO, c1976. pp. vii, 22 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .F55.

486. . National Park Service (U.S.). Self-guiding trails or tours. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1966?]. p. [72] |. ; 27 cm.
SB481 .I5N23.

INTERPRETIVE PLANNING - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.487. . Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.) Division of Interpretive Planning. An Interpretive planning primer / Harpers Ferry Center, Division of Interpretive Planning. [Harpers Ferry, W. Va.] : The Center, [198-?] p. 12 leaves ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 U545.
INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.488. . Renninger, Ellen Renee.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Seattle, Wash., and National Park Service (U.S.). Retirees in parks : implications for interpretation / by Ellen Renee Renninger. c1976. pp. vi, 146 leaves ; 30 cm.
SB481 .I5R41 1976.
INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG, INC.489. . Alexander, Edward P. Edward Porter 1907 and Colonial Williamsburg, inc. The interpretation program of Colonial Williamsburg. Williamsburg, Va., Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1971. p. 46 p. 19 cm.
F234.W7 A43 1971.
INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - DIRECTORIES.490. . Vander Stoep, Gail A. and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). Interpretation : a resource and curricula guide for the United States and Canada / edited by Gail A. Vander Stoep. Fort Collins, CO : National Association for Interpretation, 1991. pp. x, 238 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I617 1991.
IRIS491. . Petsche, Jerry; Kardos, Andy, and Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.). 'The Interpreters' Resource Information System (IRIS) and it applications'. National Association for Interpretation, 1992 p. [6 p.].
/ INTERPRETATION.
JEFFERSON NATIONAL EXPANSION MEMORIAL - VISITOR STUDIES.492. . Madison, Dwight L. and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Visitor services project : Jefferson National Expansion Memorial / Dwight L. Madison. Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho, [1993]. pp. 30, [6] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor services project report ; 49.
SB481.V5 V4 no.49.
LANDSCAPES - INTERPRETATION.493. . Banks, Alan S. 'Interpreting the cultural landscape : turning the inside ou. Legacy vol. 7:4 July/August, 1976 pp. pp. 13-17.
PER.
LASSEN VOLCANIC NATIONAL PARK - HISTORY494. . Committee on Study of Educational Problems in National Parks. and Bryant, Harold C. Reports with recommendations : from the Committee on Study of Educational Problems in National Parks : January 9, 1929 and November 27, 1929. Washington : The Committee, 1929. p. 30 p. ; 23 cm.
SB481 .I5C47 1929.
LATCHKEY CHILDREN.495. . Children's environments quarterly. New York, N.Y. : Center for Human Environments/Environmental Psychology Program, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, [1984- City University of New York, 33 W. 42 St., New York, N.Y. 10036 p. v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
BF353 .C46.
LINCOLN HOME NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE - VISITOR STUDIES.496. . Dolsen, Dana E.; Machlis, Gary E.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and Littlejohn, Margaret. Visitor services project : Lincoln Home National Historic Site / Dana E. Dolsen, Margaret Littlejohn, Gary E. Machlis. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1990. p. 2 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 24.
SB481 .V5V4 no.24.
LITTLE BIGHORN BATTLEFIELD NATIONAL MONUMENT497. . Linenthal, Edward T. 'The place of historic and commemorative voices.'. History News v.52:1 Winter, 1997 pp. pp. 10-14.
PER.
LIVING HISTORY498. . Bigley, James D. 'Living history and battle reenactment: te dilemma of select interpretation.'. History News v.46:6 Nov/Dec, 1991 pp. pp. 12-18.
PER.

499. . Carson, Paul. 'The growth and evolution of interpretation at George Washin Birthplace'. Northern Neck of Virginia History Mag. December, 1986 pp. pp. 4110-4125.
/ PHRF GEWA.

LIVING HISTORY - ADDRESSES, ESSAYS, LECTURES.500. . Museum Education Roundtable. Interpreting historic sites & the built environment. [Rockville, Md. : Museum Education Roundtable], 1985. p. 32 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I39.
LIVING HISTORY - TECHNIQUES.501. . Association For Living Historical Farms and Agricultural Museums. 'The right stuff : getting and using it' and : 'Raise high the roof beam : new dimensions on old foundations'. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution, 1988. pp. viii, 231 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Papers from the ALHFAM annual meetings ; 8.
S549.U6 A84 1988.
LOCAL HISTORY.502. . Danzer, Gerald A. Public places : exploring their history / Gerald A. Danzer. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, c1987. pp. xiii, 135 p. : ill. (The Nearby history series ; 3.
E180 .D36 1987.
MARINE PARKS AND RESERVES - CONGRESSES.503. . Holecek, Donald F. and University of Michigan. Aquatic park management : symposium proceedings / [edited by] E. Thomas Smiley, Donald F. Holecek. [Ann Arbor : Michigan Sea Grant Program], 1982. p. 39 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (MICHU-SG ; -82-900.
QH91.75 .A7.
MARINE PARKS AND RESERVES - GREAT LAKES - CONGRESSES.504. . Holecek, Donald F. and University of Michigan. Aquatic park management : symposium proceedings / [edited by] E. Thomas Smiley, Donald F. Holecek. [Ann Arbor : Michigan Sea Grant Program], 1982. p. 39 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (MICHU-SG ; -82-900.
QH91.75 .A7.
MARSUPIALIA.505. . Collins, Larry R. Monotremes and marsupials: a reference for zoological institutions / [by] Larry R. Collins. Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] 1973. pp. v, 323 p. illus. 26 cm. (Smithsonian Institution. Publication no. 4888.
QL737.M3 C65.
MCHENRY, DONALD EDWARD506. . Shelton, Napier. 'Roots of interpretation: Donald Edward McHenry.'. Legacy v.3:2 Mar/Apr, 1992 pp. pp. 10-15.
PER.
MEETINGS - PLANNING - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.507. . Veverka, John A. Interpretive master planning : for parks, historic sites, forests, zoos, and related tourism sites, for self-guided interpretive services, for interpretive exhibits, for guided programs/tours / John A. Veverka. Helena, Mt. : Falcon Press : Exclusively distributed by the Interpretation, Publication, and Resource Center, 1994. pp. ix, 162 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
SB481.I5 V48 1994.
MEMORIALS - MISSOURI - SAINT LOUIS.508. . Madison, Dwight L. and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Visitor services project : Jefferson National Expansion Memorial / Dwight L. Madison. Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho, [1993]. pp. 30, [6] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor services project report ; 49.
SB481.V5 V4 no.49.
MILITARY POSTS - HISTORY.509. . United States. Committee to Review Western Forts' Interpretive Development Programs. and National Park Service (U.S.). Western military forts. [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1965] pp. 172 leaves, [7] leaves of plates (some folded) : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
UG410 .A4.
MINES AND MINERAL RESOURCES - WEST (U.S.) - HISTORY.510. . Barker, Leo R. and Huston, Ann E. Death Valley to Deadwood; Kennecott to Cripple Creek : proceedings of the Historic Mining Conference January 23-27, 1989, Death Valley National Monument / edited by Leo R. Barker and Ann E. Huston. San Francisco, Calif. : Div. of National Register Programs, National Park Service, 1990. p. 219 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
TN23 .D42 1990.
MINNESOTA - HISTORY, LOCAL.511. . Minnesota Historical Society. A historic interpretation program for the State of Minnesota : a report submitted to the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources / by the Minnesota Historical Society. St. Paul : The Society, 1977. p. 147 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F607 .M53 1977.
MONITOR (IRONCLAD).512. . Southwest Research Institute. and North Carolina. Division of Archives and History. Feasibility study for transmission of a live television picture from the U.S.S. Monitor to visitor centers onshore : prepared for Underwater Archaeology Branch, Division of Archives and History, Dept. of Cultural Resources, State of North Carolina / by Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas. Washington : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Coastal Zone Management ;>aRaleigh, N.C. : Dept. of Cultural Resources, [1982] pp. iv, 36, [92] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (U.S.S. Monitor technical report series ; vol. 2, no.2.
VA65.M67 F4 1982.
MONOTREMATA.513. . Collins, Larry R. Monotremes and marsupials: a reference for zoological institutions / [by] Larry R. Collins. Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] 1973. pp. v, 323 p. illus. 26 cm. (Smithsonian Institution. Publication no. 4888.
QL737.M3 C65.
MOTT, WILLIAM PENN, JR.514. . Mott, William Penn Jr. 'Changing the interpretation emphasis.'. Legacy v. 3:5 Sept./Oct/, 1992 p. p. 8.
PER.
MOUNT RUSHMORE NATIONAL MEMORIAL - VISITOR STUDIES.515. . Ham, Sam H.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and University of Idaho. College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences. Mapping interpretive services, a follow-up study at Yellowstone National Park and Mt. Rushmore National Memorial / by Sam H. Ham ... [et al.]. Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, [1984] pp. 75, [18] leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor services project report ; 3.
SB481 .V5V4 no.3.
MOUNTAINEERING.516. . Mills, Enos Abijah 1870-1922.; Kiley, Edna Mills., and Danton, Tom. Adventures of a nature guide and essays in interpretation / [by] Enos Mills; [edited by Edna Mills Kiley, foreword by Tom Danton, introduction by Michael Mills Kiley.]. Friendship, Wisc. : The New Past Press, 1990. p. 251 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
QH81 .M69 1990.
MUIR WOODS NATIONAL MONUMENT - VISITOR STUDIES.517. . Littlejohn, Margaret.; Machlis, Gary E., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Visitor services project : Muir Woods National Monument, Golden Gate National Recreation Area / Dana E. Dolsen, Margaret Littlejohn, Gary E. Machlis. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1990. p. 2 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 27.
SB481 .V5V4 no.27.
MUSEUM ATTENDANCE.518. . Miles, Roger S. and Center for Social Design. Evaluation in its communications context / Roger Miles. Jacksonville, AL (P. O. Box 1111, Jacksonville 36265) : Center for Social Design, 1989. p. 6 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. (Technical report / Center for Social Design ; no. 89-30 Technical report (Center for Social Design) ; no. 89-30.
AM801 .J25 no. 89-30.
MUSEUM ATTENDANCE - BIBLIOGRAPHY.519. . Elliott, Pamala. and Loomis, Ross J. joint author. Studies of visitor behavior in museums and exhibitions : an annotated bibliography of sources primarily in the English language / by Pamala Elliott and Ross J. Loomis ; edited by Avis Berman. Washington : Office of Museum Programs Smithsonian Institution, 1975. p. 36 p. ; 27 cm.
AM7 .E45.
MUSEUM ATTENDANCE - EVALUATION.520. . Korn, Randi. and Sowd, Laurie. Visitor surveys : a user's manual / Randi Korn and Laurie Sowd. [Washington, D.C. : American Association of Museums, Technical Information Service, c1990.] p. 171 p. ; 27 cm. (Resource report Resource report (American Association of Museums. Technical Information Service).
AM7 .K84 1990.
MUSEUM ATTENDANCE - UNITED STATES - EVALUATION.521. . Loomis, Ross J. Museum visitor evaluation : new tool for management / Ross J. Loomis. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, c1986. p. 306 p. : ill.
AM7 .L58 1987.
MUSEUM TECHNIQUES.522. . Alexander, Edward P. Edward Porter 1907 and Colonial Williamsburg, inc. The interpretation program of Colonial Williamsburg. Williamsburg, Va., Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1971. p. 46 p. 19 cm.
F234.W7 A43 1971.

523. . Bitgood, Stephen. and Center for Social Design (Jacksonville, Ala. The role of simulated immersion in exhibition / Stephen Bitgood. Jacksonville, Ala. : Center for Social Design, 1990. p. 28 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Technical report / Center for Social Design ; no. 90-20.
AM151 .B57 1990.

524. . Blatti, Jo. and New York Council for the Humanities. Past meets present : essays about historic interpretation and public audiences / Jo Blatti, editor ; photographs by Patricia Layman Bazelon. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, c1987. pp. x, 169 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 P37 1987.

525. . Dartington Amenity Research Trust. and Great Britain. Countryside Commission. Interpretation in visitor centres : a study of the effectiveness of interpretive services provided in visitor centres / prepared for the British Tourist Authority ...[et al.] by Dartington Amenity Research Trust in association with the Dept. of Psychology, University of Surrey. Cheltenham, Glos. : Countryside Commission, c1978. pp. v, 126 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. (CCS Occasional paper no. 10.
SB481.I5 I582.

526. . Orr, David Gerald 1942 and Hagley Museum and Library. Historical archaeology and museum interpretation : an exemplary course / by David G. Orr. [Wilmington, Del.] : Hagley Museum and Library, 1989. p. 24 p. ; 23 cm. (Hagley papers.
CC75 .O7 1989.

527. . Royal Ontario Museum. Hands on : setting up a discovery room in your museum or school. Toronto : The Museum, 1979. pp. xiii, 170 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
AM101.O57 A45.

528. . Stansfield, G. Godfrey and Great Britain. Countryside Commission. Effective interpretive exhibitions : a report / by G. Stansfield. Cheltenham, Glos. : Countryside Commission, c1981. pp. v, 63 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
SB481.I5 S83 1981.

MUSEUM TECHNIQUES - BIBLIOGRAPHY.529. . Rath, Frederick L. and O'Connell, Merrilyn Rogers joint author. A bibliography on historical organization practices / edited by Frederick L. Rath, Jr. and Merrilyn Rogers O'Connell. Nashville : American Association for State and Local History, [1975- p. v. ; 24 cm.
Z1251.A2 R35.
MUSEUM TECHNIQUES - EVALUATION.530. . Rand, Judy.; Center for Social Design (Jacksonville, Ala., and American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums. Fish stories that hook readers : interpretive graphics at the Monterey Bay aquarium / Judy Rand, editor/writer. Jacksonville, Ala. : Center for Social Design, 1990. p. 8 p. ; 29 cm. (Reprint series ; no. 2.
AM151 .R36 1990.
MUSEUM TECHNIQUES - EVALUATION - CONGRESSES.531. . Karp, Ivan.; Lavine, Steven 1947, and Rockefeller Foundation. Exhibiting cultures : the poetics and politics of museum display / edited by Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine. Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991. p. p. cm.
AM151 .E94 1991.
MUSEUM TECHNIQUES - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.532. . Veverka, John A. Interpretive master planning : for parks, historic sites, forests, zoos, and related tourism sites, for self-guided interpretive services, for interpretive exhibits, for guided programs/tours / John A. Veverka. Helena, Mt. : Falcon Press : Exclusively distributed by the Interpretation, Publication, and Resource Center, 1994. pp. ix, 162 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
SB481.I5 V48 1994.
MUSEUM TECHNIQUES - VIDEOCASSETTES.533. . Carson, Barbara G. and American Association for State and Local History. Learning history with artifacts videorecording / Barbara G. Carson. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, c1984. pp. 1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 1-2 in.
CONS 31.
MUSEUMS.534. . Goldman, Katherine J. ed. and Smithsonian Institution. Opportunities for extending museum contributions to pre-college science education. Summary report of a Conference supported by the National Science Foundation, Belmont Conference Center, January 26-27, 1970. Edited by Katherine J. Goldman. Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, 1970. pp. v, 223 p. illus. 27 cm.
AM7 .O64.
MUSEUMS AND SCHOOLS.535. . Goldman, Katherine J. ed. and Smithsonian Institution. Opportunities for extending museum contributions to pre-college science education. Summary report of a Conference supported by the National Science Foundation, Belmont Conference Center, January 26-27, 1970. Edited by Katherine J. Goldman. Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, 1970. pp. v, 223 p. illus. 27 cm.
AM7 .O64.

536. . Royal Ontario Museum. Hands on : setting up a discovery room in your museum or school. Toronto : The Museum, 1979. pp. xiii, 170 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
AM101.O57 A45.

MUSEUMS - CONGRESSES.537. . Goldman, Katherine J. ed. and Smithsonian Institution. Opportunities for extending museum contributions to pre-college science education. Summary report of a Conference supported by the National Science Foundation, Belmont Conference Center, January 26-27, 1970. Edited by Katherine J. Goldman. Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, 1970. pp. v, 223 p. illus. 27 cm.
AM7 .O64.

538. . Taylor, Lonn 1940; American Association for State and Local History., and Smithsonian Institution. A common Agenda for History Museums : Conference proceedings, February 19-20, 1987 / edited by Lonn W. Taylor. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History ;>aWashington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution, c1987. p. 53 p.
E172 .C66 1987.

MUSEUMS - DESIGN.539. . Bitgood, Stephen. and Center for Social Design. Museum evaluation from a social design perspective / Stephen Bitgood. Jacksonville, AL (P. O. Box 1111, Jacksonville 36265) : Center for Social Design, 1989. p. 15 p. ; 28 cm. (Technical report / Center for Social Design ; no. 89-20 Technical report (Center for Social Design) ; no. 89-20.
AM801 .J25 no. 89-20.
MUSEUMS - EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS.540. . Grinder, Alison L. and McCoy, E. Sue. The good guide : a sourcebook for interpreters, docents, and tour guides / Alison L. Grinder, E. Sue McCoy. Scottsdale, Ariz. : Ironwood Press, c1985. pp. xiv, 147 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 G63 1985.
MUSEUMS - EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS - CONGRESSES.541. . Karp, Ivan.; Lavine, Steven 1947, and Rockefeller Foundation. Exhibiting cultures : the poetics and politics of museum display / edited by Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine. Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991. p. p. cm.
AM151 .E94 1991.
MUSEUMS - EVALUATION.542. . Wolf, Robert L. and Smithsonian Institution (Washington, D. C. New perspectives on evaluating museum environments : an annotated bibliography / by Robert L. Wolf, [et al.]. [Washington, D.C.] : Dept. of Psychological Studies, Office of Museum Programs, Smithsonian Institution, 1979. pp. [1], 48 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .N44.
MUSEUMS - EVALUATION - METHODOLOGY.543. . Wolf, Robert L. and Tymitz, Barbara L. joint author. A preliminary guide for conducting naturalistic evaluation in studying museum environements / by Robert L. Wolf, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n., 1979?]. pp. [2 |.], 41 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W48.
MUSEUMS - SOCIAL ASPECTS.544. . Pearce, Susan M. Interpreting objects and collections / edited by Susan M. Pearce. London ; New York : Routledge, 1994. pp. xii, 343 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. (Leicester readers in museum studies.
AM231 .I58 1994.
MUSEUMS - UNITED STATES - ADMINISTRATION.545. . Loomis, Ross J. Museum visitor evaluation : new tool for management / Ross J. Loomis. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, c1986. p. 306 p. : ill.
AM7 .L58 1987.
MUSEUMS - UNITED STATES - GUIDEBOOKS.546. . Anderson, Jay. The living history sourcebook / Jay Anderson. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1985. pp. x,469 p.: ill. ; 15x15 cm.
E159 .A53 1985.
MUSEUMS - VISITORS.547. . Wolf, Robert L. and Tymitz, Barbara L. joint author. 'East side, west side, straight down the middle' : A study of visitor perceptions of 'Our Changing Land,' the Bicentennial exhibit, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution / by Robert L. Wolf, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1979. p. 54 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W53.

548. . Wolf, Robert L. and Tymitz, Barbara L. joint author. Whatever happened to the giant wombat : An investigation of the impact of the Ice Age Mammals and Emergence of Man exhibit, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution / by Robert L. Wolf, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1978. p. 58 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W5.

549. . Wolf, Robert L.; Tymitz, Barbara L., and Munley, Mary Ellen. The pause that refreshes : a study of visitor reactions to the Discovery Corners in the National Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution / Robert L. Wolf, Mary Ellen Munley, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1979. pp. i, 56, [5] p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W52.

MYSTIC SEAPORT MUSEUM - INTERPRETATION.550. . Clark, Bill William D. Mystic Seaport Museum : interpretation - 1987 / Bill Clark, Summer Intern in Museum Studies. [Harpers Ferry, W.Va. : The author, 1988]. p. [71] |. ; 28 cm.
F104 .M99C4 1988.
NATIONAL HISTORIC OREGON TRAIL INTERPRETIVE CENTER(BAKER CITY, ORE.)551. . Hunsaker, Joyce Badgley. and Gnass, Jeff. National Historic Oregon Trail Center : the interpretive center at Flagstaff Hill / text by Joyce Badgley Hunsaker ; photography by Jeff Gnass. Las Vegas, NV : KC Publications, c1995. p. 48 p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm.
F880 .H94 1995.
NATIONAL MONUMENT, CALIF. AND NEV.)552. . Barker, Leo R. and Huston, Ann E. Death Valley to Deadwood; Kennecott to Cripple Creek : proceedings of the Historic Mining Conference January 23-27, 1989, Death Valley National Monument / edited by Leo R. Barker and Ann E. Huston. San Francisco, Calif. : Div. of National Register Programs, National Park Service, 1990. p. 219 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
TN23 .D42 1990.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND TECHNOLOGY (WASHINGTON, D.C.)553. . Wolf, Robert L.; Tymitz, Barbara L., and Munley, Mary Ellen. The pause that refreshes : a study of visitor reactions to the Discovery Corners in the National Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution / Robert L. Wolf, Mary Ellen Munley, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1979. pp. i, 56, [5] p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W52.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY (WASHINGTON, D.C.)554. . Wolf, Robert L. and Tymitz, Barbara L. joint author. 'East side, west side, straight down the middle' : A study of visitor perceptions of 'Our Changing Land,' the Bicentennial exhibit, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution / by Robert L. Wolf, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1979. p. 54 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W53.

555. . Wolf, Robert L. and Tymitz, Barbara L. joint author. Whatever happened to the giant wombat : An investigation of the impact of the Ice Age Mammals and Emergence of Man exhibit, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution / by Robert L. Wolf, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1978. p. 58 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W5.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.)556. . Brockman, C Frank. Park naturalists and the evolution of national park service interpretation through World War II / by C. Frank Brockman. --. [Santa Cruz, Calif. Forest History Society], 1978. pp. 24-43 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB482.I5 B7.

557. . Tilden, Freeman 1883. Interpreting our heritage; principles and practices for visitor services in parks, museums, and historic places. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press [1957] p. 110 p. illus. 24 cm.
E175.8 .T67.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - COMMENTARY558. . Chase, Alston. 'The role of the National Park Service in American education. George Wright Forum v. 6:1, 1989 pp. pp. 24-30.
GWF.

559. . National Parks and Conservation Association. Interpretation : key to the park experience. [Washington] : National Parks and Conservation Association, [1988]. pp. [vii], 133 p. ; 28 cm. (Investing in park futures : a blueprint for tomorrow ; vol. 4.
SB481 .P5I4 1988 v.4.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - CONFERENCES.560. . Park Naturalists' Training Conference>n(1st : 1929 : Berkeley, Calif. Proceedings of the first Park Naturalists' Training Conference held at Education headquarters, Berkeley, California, November 1 to 30, 1929. [Berkeley, California, 1932] pp. 1 p. l., 4 numb. l., 5-210 p. 27 cm.
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NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS - HISTORY.561. . Kraus, Marcus. Science education in the national parks of the United States / Marcus Kraus. c1973. pp. viii, 381 leaves : ill.
SB481 .I5K72 1973.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - ENERGY CONSERVATION.562. . Lewis, William J. Development of the energy conservation theme for use in National Parks : (final report), June 30, 1976. [s.l. : s.n., 1976] p. 100 leaves ; 27 cm.
SB481 .L4.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - FISHING.563. . Fishery resources of the National Parks : a portfolio of policy statements, agreements, and papers dealing with the research, interpretation and management of fishery resources and recreational fishing in areas administered by the National Park Service. Washington : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 1964. p. 1 v. (various paging) ; 27 cm.
SH463 .N5 1964.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - HISTORY.564. . Brockman, C. Frank Christian Frank 1902. Evolution of national park service interpretation . / by C. Frank Brockman ... Seattle, Wash. : The author, 1976. pp. iv,106 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 B69.

565. . Mackintosh, Barry. and National Park Service (U.S.) History Division. Interpretation in the National Park Service : a historical perspective / by Barry Mackintosh. Washington, D.C. : History Division, National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, 1986. pp. vi, 117 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5M25 1986.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - INTERPRETATION.566. . Hanna, John W. Interpretive skills for environmental communicators / compiled by John W. Hanna. College Station, Tex. : Texas A&M University, Dept. of Recreation and Parks, [1974] p. 342 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 H25 1974.

567. . National Park Service (U.S.) and Appleman, Roy Edgar. Report of Committee on Interpretive Standards. [Washington, D.C.] May,1962. p. 197 p. : 28 cm.
SB481.I5 U5.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - INTERPRETATION - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ET568. . Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.) Division of Interpretive Planning. An Interpretive planning primer / Harpers Ferry Center, Division of Interpretive Planning. [Harpers Ferry, W. Va.] : The Center, [198-?] p. 12 leaves ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 U545.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - INTERPRETATION - MANAGEMENT.569. . National Park Service (U.S.) Office of Interpretation. The Interpretive challenge : National Park Service. [Washington, D.C. : Office of Interpretation, National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, 1988] pp. [2], 20 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5A1 1988.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - INTERPRETATIVE PROGRAMS.570. . Implementation strategies : the interpretive challenge. [Washington, D.C. : Office of Interpretation], National Park Service, [U.S. Dept. of the Interior], 1988. pp. [2], 70 p., [30] : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5A12 1988.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.571. . Everhart, William C. and National Park Service (U.S.). A report on National Park Service interpretation / by William C. Everhart. Harpers Ferry [W. Va.] : Harpers Ferry Center, 1973. pp. iii, 59 leaves ; 27 cm.
SB481 .I5E8.

572. . Howard University. Dept. of History. and Harris, Joseph E. Afro-American history interpretation at selected National Parks / prepared by research team, Department of History, Howard University, September 1978, Joseph E. Harris, project director. [Washington : Howard University, Dept. of History], 1978. p. 238 p. ; 28 cm.
E195 .A45.

573. . Mackintosh, Barry. and National Park Service (U.S.) History Division. Interpretation in the National Park Service : a historical perspective / by Barry Mackintosh. Washington, D.C. : History Division, National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, 1986. pp. vi, 117 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5M25 1986.

574. . Thompson, James B. and Mack, James A. Interpretion and the four estates / James B. Thompson, James A. Mack. [Estes Park, Colo.? : Rocky Mountain National Park?, 1994?] p. 10 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5T37 1994.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - HISTO575. . Russell, Carl P. The history and status of interpretive work in National Park. Richmond, Va. : National Park Service,, 1939 pp. pp. 7-14 : 27 cm.
SB481 .I5R8 1939.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - HISTORY.576. . Committee on Study of Educational Problems in National Parks. and Bryant, Harold C. Reports with recommendations : from the Committee on Study of Educational Problems in National Parks : January 9, 1929 and November 27, 1929. Washington : The Committee, 1929. p. 30 p. ; 23 cm.
SB481 .I5C47 1929.

577. . Kraus, Marcus. Science education in the national parks of the United States / Marcus Kraus. c1973. pp. viii, 381 leaves : ill.
SB481 .I5K72 1973.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS.578. . Cantu, Rita. Interpretation : a way of looking at things / by Rita Cantu. [Tucson, Ariz.] 1973. pp. 50 p., 17 |. : 27 cm.
SB481.I5 C23.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - ADDRESSES, ESSAYS, LECTURES.579. . Machlis, Gary E. and National Parks and Conservation Association. Interpretive views : opinions on evaluating interpretation in the National Park Service / Edited by Gary E. Machlis. Washington : National Parks and Conservation Association, c1986. pp. ix, 178 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 I48 1986.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - MANAGEMENT.580. . Conference on Fossil Resources in the National Park Service (3rd : 1992 : Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming; Benton, Rachel.; Elder, Ann., and National Park Service (U.S.) Natural Resources Publication Office. Proceedings of the Third Conference on Fossil Resources in the National Park Service / editors, Rachel Benton, Ann Elder. Denver, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Natural Resources Publication Office, 1994. pp. xviii, 98 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Natural resources report ; NPS/NRFOBU/NRR-94/14.
QE711.2 .N23 1992.

581. . Conference on Fossil Resources in the National Park Service (4th : 1994 : Colorado Springs, Colo.; Johnston, Margaret.; McChristal, James., and National Park Service (U.S.) Natural Resource Program Center. Partners in Paleontology : Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Fossil Resources, October 31 - November 4, 1994, Colorado Springs, Colorado / compiled and edited by Margaret Johnston and James McChristal. Denver, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Natural Resource Program Center, 1997. pp. x, 239, [9] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Natural resources report ; NPS/NRFLFO/NRR-97/01 Natural resources report (National Park Service. Natural Resources Publication Office) ; NPS/NRFLFO/NRR-97/01.
QE711.2 .N23 1994.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - MUSEUMS - HISTORY.582. . Kraus, Marcus. Science education in the national parks of the United States / Marcus Kraus. c1973. pp. viii, 381 leaves : ill.
SB481 .I5K72 1973.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - NATURAL RESOURCESINFORMATION.583. . National Park Service (U.S.). Natural resource issues interpretation in the National Park Service : a report from the Natural Resource Strategic Plan Natural Resource Interpretation Committee / Department of the Interior, National Park Service. [Washington, D.C.?] : Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 1994. p. 1 v. (various pagings).
SB481 .I5N26 1994.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) PACIFIC NORTHWESTREGION - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.584. . Risk, Paul H. Assessment and enrichment of environmental interpretive services in National Park Service areas of the Pacific Northwest / prepared by Paul H. Risk. [s.l.] : Michigan State University, Dept. of Park & Recreation Resources, [1974]. pp. [3] |., 17 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5R4.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - PERIODICALS.585. . In touch. Washington, National Park Service, Division of Interpretation.
SB481.I5 I5.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - PLANNING.586. . Miculka, James Elgin. Resource management of protected areas in Great Britain and its application to the United States National Park Service / James Elgin Miculka. c1986. pp. ii, 31 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .N2M4 1986.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - POLICY587. . Bigley, James D. 'Living history and battle reenactment: te dilemma of select interpretation.'. History News v.46:6 Nov/Dec, 1991 pp. pp. 12-18.
PER.

588. . RAINEY, REUBEN M. 'MEMORY OF WAR: REFLECTIONS ON BATTLEFIELD PRESERVATION.'. YEARBOOK OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, 1985 pp. pp. 69-89.
PER.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - RESOURCE MANAGEMENT.589. . Miculka, James Elgin. Resource management of protected areas in Great Britain and its application to the United States National Park Service / James Elgin Miculka. c1986. pp. ii, 31 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .N2M4 1986.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - RETIREES.590. . Renninger, Ellen Renee.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Seattle, Wash., and National Park Service (U.S.). Retirees in parks : implications for interpretation / by Ellen Renee Renninger. c1976. pp. vi, 146 leaves ; 30 cm.
SB481 .I5R41 1976.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (U.S.) - THEMATIC FRAMEWORK591. . National Park Service (U.S.) History Division. Revision of the National Park Service's thematic framework. [Washington : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, History Division], 1996. p. 14 p. ; 23 cm.
SB481.H4 R4 1996.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES.592. . Baker, Kim A.; Mullins, Gary W.; Fortner, Rosanne W., and Man and the Biosphere Program. Interpreting critical resource issues in National Parks : clearing the air series / Kim A. Baker, research associate ; Project coordinators: Gary W. Mullins and Rosanne W. Fortner. [Columbus, Ohio] : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources, [1988?]. p. 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5I38 1988.

593. . Davis, Denis R. Visitor attitudes and preferences for interpretive programs in Glacier National Park / by Denis R. Davis. Logan : Davis, 1977. pp. viii, 140 |. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F737.G5 D2.

594. . Sharpe, Grant William. Interpreting the environment / [edited by] Grant W. Sharpe. New York : Wiley, c1982. pp. xvi, 694 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
QH51 .I5 1982.

NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - ADMINISTRATION595. . Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. A Manual for planning interpretive programmes in national parks / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome : FAO, c1976. pp. vii, 22 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .F55.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - CANADA.596. . Edwards, Yorke. The land speaks : organizing and running an interpretation system / by Yorke Edwards ; with an appendix by V. E. F. Solman. Toronto, Ont. : National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada, 1979. p. 85 p. : ill. ; 18 x 21 cm.
SB481.I5 E38.

597. . Foley, James P. and Canada. Parks Canada. Evaluation of interpretation and extension programs in the national parks of Canada. [Ottawa, Parks Canada], National Parks Branch, Interpretation and Extension Division, 1978. pp. 34 p., 2 |. 28 cm.
SB481.I5 F6 1978.

NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - CONGRESSES.598. . New Directions for the Conservation of Parks : an International Working Conference>n(1st : June, 1983 Luneburger Heide and Bayerischer Wald Germany; Wauer, Roland. The role of the park ranger.; National Parks and Conservation Association., and Sax, Joseph. An American perspective. Views of the green : presentations from ... / edited by Paul C. Pritchard. Washington : National Parks and Conservation Association, 1985. pp. [x], 154 p. : ill. ; 23cm.
SB484 .A1N4 1983.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - GREAT BRITAIN - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS.599. . Prince, David R. Evaluating interpretation : a discussion / David R. Prince. Manchester : Centre for Environmental Interpretation, 1982. p. 26 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. (Occasional papers ; no.1 Occasional papers (Manchester Polytechnic. Centre for Environmental Interpretation) ; no.1. 2UK MARC 690 00>z11030 Great Britain>z21030 countryside interpretation 2UK MARC 691 00 3634485 2UK MARC 692 00 000037x 2UK MARC 692 00 0194492.
SB481.I5 P67 1982.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - GREAT BRITAIN - MANAGEMENT.600. . Miculka, James Elgin. Resource management of protected areas in Great Britain and its application to the United States National Park Service / James Elgin Miculka. c1986. pp. ii, 31 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .N2M4 1986.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETATIVE PROGRAMS.601. . Recreation Research Program. and United States. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.>uVicksburg, Miss. >4org. Supplements to a guide to cultural and environmental interpretation in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Vicksburg, Miss. : U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station ;>a[Springfield, Va. : available from National Technical Information Service, 1984] p. 319 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Instruction report ; R-84-1.
SB481 .I5P7 Supp.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETATIVEPROGRAMS - UNITED STATES.602. . Clark, William Farnsworth 1921. National park survey : the interpretive programs of the national parks; their development, present status, and reception / by William Farnsworth Clark. c1949. pp. 1 roll 35 mm microfilm (2 v. (510 leaves, 22 folded tables)).
SB481.I5 C53 1949.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.603. . Edwards, Yorke. The land speaks : organizing and running an interpretation system / by Yorke Edwards ; with an appendix by V. E. F. Solman. Toronto, Ont. : National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada, 1979. p. 85 p. : ill. ; 18 x 21 cm.
SB481.I5 E38.

604. . Everhart, William C. and National Park Service (U.S.). A report on National Park Service interpretation / by William C. Everhart. Harpers Ferry [W. Va.] : Harpers Ferry Center, 1973. pp. iii, 59 leaves ; 27 cm.
SB481 .I5E8.

605. . Grater, Russell K. The interpreter's handbook / Russell K. Grater, author ; Earl Jackson, editor. [Globe? Ariz.] : Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1976. p. 129 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. (Technical series - Southwest Parks and Monuments Association ; no. 8 Southwest Parks and Monuments Association. Technical series ; no. 8.
SB481.I5 G71.

606. . Ham, Sam H. Environmental interpretation : a practical guide for people with big ideas and small budgets / Sam H. Ham. Golden, Colo. : North American Press, c1992. pp. xxvi, 456 p., [5] p. of plates : ill. (some col), maps ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 H36 1992.

607. . Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.) Division of Interpretive Planning. Planning for interpretion and visitor experience / prepared by the Division of Interpretive Planning, Harpers Ferry Center. Harpers Ferry, W. Va. : [National Park Service], Harpers Ferry Center, 1998. pp. [x], 62 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 U54 1998.

608. . Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.) * and Paskowsky, Michael. Interpretive planning handbook / prepared by Michael Paskowsky. Harpers Ferry, W.Va. : The Center, 1982. pp. [iv], 38 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5U54 1982.

609. . Howard University. Dept. of History. and Harris, Joseph E. Afro-American history interpretation at selected National Parks / prepared by research team, Department of History, Howard University, September 1978, Joseph E. Harris, project director. [Washington : Howard University, Dept. of History], 1978. p. 238 p. ; 28 cm.
E195 .A45.

610. . Lewis, William J. Interpreting for park visitors / William J. Lewis ; designed and illustrated by Keith L. Hoofnagle. Philadelphia, PA : Eastern Acorn Press, 1981 printing. p. 158 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
SB482/A4 L48.

611. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation and Visitor Services. Interpretive planning handbook : advance copy for current development program. [Washington : The Division, 1965]. p. 1 v. (var.paging) ; 27 cm.
SB481 .I5U54.

612. . Washburne, Randel Ferris. Visitor response to interpretive facilities at five visitor centers. c1972. p. 91 L. illus.
SB481.I5 W26 1971.

NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - UNITEDSTATES.613. . Gramann, James Howard. History and evaluation of the interpretive activity inventory, an observational system for use in parks / James Howard Gramann. --. c1978. p. 166 leaves ill.
SB481.I5 G7.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - UNITEDSTATES - BIBLIOGRAPHY.614. . Winzeler, Elizabeth R. and Cherem, Gabriel J. An Interpretive research bibliography / [compiled by Elizabeth R. Winzeler ... and Dr. Gabriel J. Cherem. [Derwood, Md. : Association of Interpretive Naturalists, 1978]. p. 34 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 W56 1978.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - ADDRESSES, ESSAYS, LECTURES.615. . Machlis, Gary E. and National Parks and Conservation Association. Interpretive views : opinions on evaluating interpretation in the National Park Service / Edited by Gary E. Machlis. Washington : National Parks and Conservation Association, c1986. pp. ix, 178 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 I48 1986.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - AUSTRALIA.616. . Carter, R. W. and Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service. Interpretation : an approach to the conservation of the natural and cultural heritage of Australia / prepared by R. W. Carter. [s.l.] : Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service, 1979. p. 1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 30 cm.
SB481.I5 C28.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - BIBLIOGRAPHY.617. . Lee, Cassandra A. and National Association for Interpretation. Bibliography of interpretive resources / compiled & edited by Cassandra A. Lee. [Fort Collins, CO] : The National Association for Interpretation, c1998. p. 69 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 L4 1998.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - CONGRESSES.618. . CSPRA/WIA/PRAC Workshop and Convention (1980 : Santa Cruz, Calif.; Verardo, Denzil R.; California State Park Rangers Association.; Western Interpreters Association., and Park Rangers Association of California. Resource preservation through interpretation : proceedings / compiled and edited by Denzil R. Verardo. [S.l. : s.n., 1980?] p. 63 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 C5 1980.

619. . Graham, Robert 1942; Lawrence, Richard 1954, and University of Waterloo. Tourism Research and Education Centre. Towards serving visitors and managing our resources : proceedings of a North American workshop on visitor management: perspectives of several Canadian and United States park, protected area and natural resource management agencies, February 14-17, 1989, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada / [Robert Graham and Richard Lawrence, editors and compilers]. Waterloo, Ont. : Tourism Research and Education Centre, University of Waterloo, 1990.
SB484.C3 T69 1990.

620. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1994 : Cleveland, Ohio; Vander Stoep, Gail A.; Cho, Hyung-Yon., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The Interpretive sourcebook : the proceedings of the 1994 National Interpreters' Workshop : Images and perceptions, interpretation makes the difference / editors: Gail A. Vander Stoep, Hyung-Yon Cho. [United States] : National Association for Interpretation, 1994. (Madison, Wis. :>fOmnipress) pp. x, 331 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1994.

621. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1995 : Orlando, Fla.; Weiss, Alexandra H., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The 1995 Interpretive sourcebook : the proceedings of the 1995 National Interpreters' Workshop : Intrepretation, the real magic / editor: Alexandra H. Weiss. [Fort Collins, Colo.] : National Association for Interpretation, [1996]. pp. xi, 383 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1995.

622. . National Interpreters Workshop (1996 : Billings, Mont.; Koopmann, Richard W. ed., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). A sense of place, a sense of space : interpretation under the big sky : 1996 interpretive sourcebook : proceedings of the National Interpreters Workshop, October 22-26, 1996, Billings, Montana / Richard W. Koopmann, editor. [Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, 1996] p. 327 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1996.

623. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1997 : Beaumont, Tex.; Brochu, Lisa., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The 1997 Interpretive sourcebook : proceedings of the National Interpreters' Workshop, November 8-12, 1997, Beaumont, Texas / Lisa Brochu, editor. [Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, 1997] pp. viii, 215 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1997.

NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - DIRECTORIES.624. . Vander Stoep, Gail A. and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). Interpretation : a resource and curricula guide for the United States and Canada / edited by Gail A. Vander Stoep. Fort Collins, CO : National Association for Interpretation, 1991. pp. x, 238 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I617 1991.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - EVALUATION.625. . Wright, Brett. and Wells, Marcella. A field guide for evaluating National Park Service interpretation / Brett Wright, Marcella Wells. [Richmond, VA? : Center for Recreation Resources Policy, George Mason University], 1990. p. 93 p. (looseleaf) ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5W7 1990.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - EVALUATION - BIBLIOGRAPHY.626. . Wells, Marcella. Evaluating interpretation : an annotated bibliography / compiled by marcella Wells. [Fort Collins, CO] : Department of Recreation Resources and Landscape Architecture, College of Forestry and Natural Resources, Colorado State University, 1991. pp. [3 l.], 41 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 W4 1991.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.627. . Grinder, Alison L. and McCoy, E. Sue. The good guide : a sourcebook for interpreters, docents, and tour guides / Alison L. Grinder, E. Sue McCoy. Scottsdale, Ariz. : Ironwood Press, c1985. pp. xiv, 147 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 G63 1985.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - MINNESOTA.628. . Minnesota Historical Society. A historic interpretation program for the State of Minnesota : a report submitted to the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources / by the Minnesota Historical Society. St. Paul : The Society, 1977. p. 147 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F607 .M53 1977.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - MANAGEMENT - CONGRESSES.629. . Graham, Robert 1942; Lawrence, Richard 1954, and University of Waterloo. Tourism Research and Education Centre. Towards serving visitors and managing our resources : proceedings of a North American workshop on visitor management: perspectives of several Canadian and United States park, protected area and natural resource management agencies, February 14-17, 1989, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada / [Robert Graham and Richard Lawrence, editors and compilers]. Waterloo, Ont. : Tourism Research and Education Centre, University of Waterloo, 1990.
SB484.C3 T69 1990.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - PLANNING630. . Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. A Manual for planning interpretive programmes in national parks / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome : FAO, c1976. pp. vii, 22 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .F55.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - PLANNING - SCOTLAND.631. . Aldridge, Don.; Pennyfather, Keith., and Scotland. Countryside Commission for Scotland. Guide to countryside interpretation. Edinburgh : Published by H. M. Stationery Office for Countryside Commission for Scotland, Countryside Commission, 1975. pp. 2 v. : ill, fold. map in pocket ; 20-25 cm.
SB484.S3 G84.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - SURVEYS.632. . Mullins, Gary W. and Watson, Michael D. Interpreting critical resource issues in National Parks : an assessment / by Gary W. Mullins and Michael D. Watson. [Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources] 1992. pp. iv, 39 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5M9 1992.

633. . Wright, Pamela A.; Mullins, Gary W., and Watson, Michael D. Interpretive participation at National Park Service sites : the Public Area Recreation Visitor Study and the National Park system / prepared by Pamela A. Wright, Gary W. Mullins, Michael D. Watson. [Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources] 1991. pp. iv, 39 p. ; 28 cm.
NPS SB481 .I5W76 1991.

NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - UNITED STATES.634. . Brockman, C Frank. Park naturalists and the evolution of national park service interpretation through World War II / by C. Frank Brockman. --. [Santa Cruz, Calif. Forest History Society], 1978. pp. 24-43 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB482.I5 B7.

635. . Deikman, Arthur. and National Park Service (U.S.). A guide to implementing the receptive mode / by Arthur Deikman ; produced by Division of Interpretation, National Park Service. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Division of Interpretation, 1976. pp. iv, 32 p. ; 27 cm.
SB481 .D6.

NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - UNITED STATES - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS.636. . National Park Service (U.S.). Information and interpretation in the field : draft / United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service. [Washington] : The Service, [195-] p. 86 leaves in various foliations ; 27 cm. (Administrative manual ; v. 25 National Park Service (U.S.) Administrative manual ; v. 25.
SB482 .A377 v.25.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - UNITED STATES - VISTORS.637. . Machlis, Gary E. and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Mapping visitor populations : a pilot study at Yellowstone National Park / by Gary E. Machlis ... [et al.]. Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho, [1984] pp. 41 leaves, 19 p. : maps ; 28 cm. (Vistor services project report ; 4.
SB481 .V5V4 no. 4.
NATIONAL PARKS AND RESERVES - VISITORS.638. . Field, Donald R.; Johnson, Darryll R.; Gramann, James.; National Park Service (U.S.) Pacific Northwest Region., and Association of Interpretive Naturalists. Regional Workshop (1981 : Seattle, Wash. Monitoring visitor use for interpretation at urban recreation sites / by Donald R. Field (National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Region and College of Forest Resources, University of Washington), Darryll R. Johnson (National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Region), and James Gramann (University of Wisconsin, Madison). [S.l. : s.n., 1981?] p. 20 leaves ; 30 cm.
SB481.I5 F46.

639. . Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. A Manual for planning interpretive programmes in national parks / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome : FAO, c1976. pp. vii, 22 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .F55.

NATIONAL SEA GRANT PROGRAM - UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.640. . Holecek, Donald F. and University of Michigan. Aquatic park management : symposium proceedings / [edited by] E. Thomas Smiley, Donald F. Holecek. [Ann Arbor : Michigan Sea Grant Program], 1982. p. 39 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (MICHU-SG ; -82-900.
QH91.75 .A7.
NATURAL AREAS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.641. . Association of Interpretive Naturalists. Journal of interpretation. Derwood, Maryland, Association of Interpretive Naturalists. p. bill. 28 cm.
SB481.I5 J5.
NATURAL AREAS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - CONGRESSES.642. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1994 : Cleveland, Ohio; Vander Stoep, Gail A.; Cho, Hyung-Yon., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The Interpretive sourcebook : the proceedings of the 1994 National Interpreters' Workshop : Images and perceptions, interpretation makes the difference / editors: Gail A. Vander Stoep, Hyung-Yon Cho. [United States] : National Association for Interpretation, 1994. (Madison, Wis. :>fOmnipress) pp. x, 331 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1994.

643. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1995 : Orlando, Fla.; Weiss, Alexandra H., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The 1995 Interpretive sourcebook : the proceedings of the 1995 National Interpreters' Workshop : Intrepretation, the real magic / editor: Alexandra H. Weiss. [Fort Collins, Colo.] : National Association for Interpretation, [1996]. pp. xi, 383 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1995.

644. . National Interpreters Workshop (1996 : Billings, Mont.; Koopmann, Richard W. ed., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). A sense of place, a sense of space : interpretation under the big sky : 1996 interpretive sourcebook : proceedings of the National Interpreters Workshop, October 22-26, 1996, Billings, Montana / Richard W. Koopmann, editor. [Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, 1996] p. 327 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1996.

645. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1997 : Beaumont, Tex.; Brochu, Lisa., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The 1997 Interpretive sourcebook : proceedings of the National Interpreters' Workshop, November 8-12, 1997, Beaumont, Texas / Lisa Brochu, editor. [Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, 1997] pp. viii, 215 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1997.

NATURAL AREAS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - DIRECTORIES.646. . Vander Stoep, Gail A. and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). Interpretation : a resource and curricula guide for the United States and Canada / edited by Gail A. Vander Stoep. Fort Collins, CO : National Association for Interpretation, 1991. pp. x, 238 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I617 1991.
NATURAL HISTORY - ADDRESSES, ESSAYS, LECTURES.647. . Hilker, Gordon and Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.). The audience and you : practical dramatics for the park interpreter / by Gordon Hilker. [Washington] : National Park Service, 1974. p. 65 p. ; 24 cm.
SB481 .I5H4 1974.
NATURAL HISTORY - OUTDOOR BOOKS.648. . Mills, Enos Abijah 1870-1922.; Kiley, Edna Mills., and Danton, Tom. Adventures of a nature guide and essays in interpretation / [by] Enos Mills; [edited by Edna Mills Kiley, foreword by Tom Danton, introduction by Michael Mills Kiley.]. Friendship, Wisc. : The New Past Press, 1990. p. 251 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
QH81 .M69 1990.
NATURAL HISTORY - STUDY AND TEACHING.649. . Association of Interpretive Naturalists. Journal of interpretation. Derwood, Maryland, Association of Interpretive Naturalists. p. bill. 28 cm.
SB481.I5 J5.

650. . Beck, Larry. and Cable, Ted T. Interpretation for the 21st century : fifteen guiding principles for interpreting nature and culture / Larry Beck, Ted T. Cable. Champaign, Ill. : Sagamore Publishing, c1998. pp. xiv, 242 p. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 B4 1998.

651. . Berkmuller, Klaus. and Savasdisara, Tongchai illus. Guidelines and techniques fo environmental interpretation / by Klaus Berkmuller ; illustrations Tongchai Savasdisara. [Ann Arbor, Mich. : the author, c1981]. pp. xvi, 694 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 B47.

652. . Carter, R. W. and Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service. Interpretation : an approach to the conservation of the natural and cultural heritage of Australia / prepared by R. W. Carter. [s.l.] : Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service, 1979. p. 1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 30 cm.
SB481.I5 C28.

653. . Sharpe, Grant William. Interpreting the environment / [edited by] Grant W. Sharpe. New York : Wiley, c1982. pp. xvi, 694 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
QH51 .I5 1982.

NATURAL HISTORY - STUDY AND TEACHING - CONGRESSES.654. . Association of Interpreture Naturalists Workshop (1980 : Cape Cod). AIN 80 program, papers : Intergrating cultural and natural interpretation : 1980 Workshop, October 6-10 / Association of Interpretive Naturalists. [Derwood, Md. (6700 Needwood Rd., Derwood, MD 20855)] : TThe Association, [1980?] p. 283 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 A7 1980.
NATURAL RESOURCES - STUDY AND TEACHING.655. . Brockman, C Frank. Park naturalists and the evolution of national park service interpretation through World War II / by C. Frank Brockman. --. [Santa Cruz, Calif. Forest History Society], 1978. pp. 24-43 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB482.I5 B7.

656. . Brockman, C. Frank Christian Frank 1902. Evolution of national park service interpretation . / by C. Frank Brockman ... Seattle, Wash. : The author, 1976. pp. iv,106 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 B69.

NATURAL RESOURCES - STUDY AND TEACHING - UNITED STATES.657. . National Park Service (U.S.). Natural resource issues interpretation in the National Park Service : a report from the Natural Resource Strategic Plan Natural Resource Interpretation Committee / Department of the Interior, National Park Service. [Washington, D.C.?] : Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 1994. p. 1 v. (various pagings).
SB481 .I5N26 1994.

658. . National Park Service (U.S.) Natural Resource Program Center. Action plan : natural resource issues interpretation in the National Park Service ; a report from the Natural Resources Interpretation Committee, 1996. Denver : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Natural Resource Information Division, Natural Resourc Program Center, 1996. p. 15 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N26 1996.

NATURE CONSERVATION - UNITED STATES - CONGRESSES.659. . N.A.I. Federal Interagency Council Workshop (1990 : Madison, Wis. etc. and National Association for Interpretation. Federal Interagency Council. Preparing for the 21st century : solving management problems through interpretation : 1990 roundtable sessions / sponsored by the Federal Interagency Council of the National Association for Interpretation ; Evaluating the effectiveness of interpretation, April 17-20, 1990, Madison, Wisconsin ; Interpretation and the future of wetlands, May 8-11, 1990, Atlanta, Georgia ; Managing and preserving cultural resources through interpretation, May 8-11, 1990, Phoenix, Arizona. Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, [1990] pp. 1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5N38 1990.
NATURE STUDY.660. . Berkmuller, Klaus. and Savasdisara, Tongchai illus. Guidelines and techniques fo environmental interpretation / by Klaus Berkmuller ; illustrations Tongchai Savasdisara. [Ann Arbor, Mich. : the author, c1981]. pp. xvi, 694 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 B47.

661. . Cornell, Joseph Bharat. Sharing nature with children : a parents' and teachers' nature-awareness guidebook / by Joseph Bharat Cornell. [Nevada City, Calif.] : Ananda Publications, 1979. p. 143 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
QH53 .C77.

662. . Hewitt, John P. 'Stalking the wild identity: an interpretation of activities natural settings [preliminary draft]'. [unpublished], 1977 p. 35 leaves (photocopy).

663. . Regnier, Kathleen Harris.; Gross, Michael Michael P.; Zimmerman, Ronald., and University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point. The interpreter's guidebook: techniques for programs and presentations / by Kathleen Regnier, Michael Gross, and Ron Zimmerman; James Heintzman, consulting editor. Stevens Point, WI : UW-SP Foundation Press, Inc., University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; c1992. pp. viii, 101 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Interpreter's handbook series.
SB481.I5 R41 1992.

664. . Young, Bart.; Shelstad, Merlin., and Burch, William R. 1933. The use of interpretive media in environmental education / Bart Young, Merlin Shelstad, William Burch. New Haven, Ct. : Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, 1974. pp. 52, 9 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. (Working paper - Yale University, Institution for Social and Policy Studies ; W4-6.
SB481.I5 Y5.

NATURE STUDY - CONGRESSES.665. . AIN/WIA National Workshop (1981 : Estes Park, Colo.; Association of Interpretive Naturalists., and Western Interpreters Association. Program papers, Association of Interpretive Naturalists, Western Interpreters Association National Workshop, Estes Park, 1981. Derwood, Md. : AIN Central Office, 1981. p. 132 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 A7 1981.

666. . Association of Interpreture Naturalists Workshop (1980 : Cape Cod). AIN 80 program, papers : Intergrating cultural and natural interpretation : 1980 Workshop, October 6-10 / Association of Interpretive Naturalists. [Derwood, Md. (6700 Needwood Rd., Derwood, MD 20855)] : TThe Association, [1980?] p. 283 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 A7 1980.

NATURE STUDY - SCOTLAND.667. . Aldridge, Don.; Pennyfather, Keith., and Scotland. Countryside Commission for Scotland. Guide to countryside interpretation. Edinburgh : Published by H. M. Stationery Office for Countryside Commission for Scotland, Countryside Commission, 1975. pp. 2 v. : ill, fold. map in pocket ; 20-25 cm.
SB484.S3 G84.
NATURE STUDY - STUDY AND TEACHING.668. . Machlis, Gary E. Children's interpretation : a discovery book for interpreters / by Gary Machlis and Maureen McDonough. [Seattle : National Park Service, Cooperative Park Studies Unit, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., Washington, 1978] p. 28 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 M23.
NATURE TRAILS.669. . Young, Bart.; Shelstad, Merlin., and Burch, William R. 1933. The use of interpretive media in environmental education / Bart Young, Merlin Shelstad, William Burch. New Haven, Ct. : Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, 1974. pp. 52, 9 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. (Working paper - Yale University, Institution for Social and Policy Studies ; W4-6.
SB481.I5 Y5.
NATURE TRAILS - CALIFORNIA.670. . Kuchner, Richard A.; Elsner, Gary H. joint author., and Forest Service (U.S.). Response of visitors to the Rainbow Trail : an evaluation of an interpretive area in the Lake Tahoe Basin, California / Richard A. Kuchner, Gary H. Elsner. Berkeley, Calif. : Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, 1978. pp. ii, 17 p. : ill., map ; 21 x 27 cm. (USDA Forest Service research paper PSW ; 131.
SB481.I5 K9.
NORTH CASCADES NATIONAL PARK - VISITOR STUDIES.671. . Baldwin, Sara B.; Machlis, Gary E.; Johnson, Darryll R.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Corvallis, Or. North Cascades National Park Service Complex / Sara B. Baldwin, Gary E. Machlis and Darryll R. Johnson. [Moscow, Idaho] : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho, [1985?] p. 2 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 5.
SB481 .V5V4 no.5.
OAKWOODS METROPARK NATURE CENTER (MICH.)672. . Wooley, Fred J. River interpretation : development of an on-water trail / by Fred J. Wooley. c1979 pp. vii, 67 leaves : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 W55.
OPEN-AIR MUSEUMS - UNITED STATES.673. . Anderson, Jay. A Living history reader / [edited by] Jay Anderson. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1991- p. v. <1 > : ill. ; 28 cm.
E172 .L58 1991.
ORAL COMMUNICATION.674. . Hilker, Gordon and Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.). The audience and you : practical dramatics for the park interpreter / by Gordon Hilker. [Washington] : National Park Service, 1974. p. 65 p. ; 24 cm.
SB481 .I5H4 1974.

675. . Philipp, Stephen F. Oral communication strategies for the interpretive resource communicator / [by] Stephen F. Philipp and John W. Hanna. College Station, Tex. : Texas A&M University, Dept. of Recreation and Parks, 1977. p. 19 p. : 28 cm. (Departmental information report, no.77-8.
SB481.I5 P4.

OREGON TRAIL.676. . Hunsaker, Joyce Badgley. and Gnass, Jeff. National Historic Oregon Trail Center : the interpretive center at Flagstaff Hill / text by Joyce Badgley Hunsaker ; photography by Jeff Gnass. Las Vegas, NV : KC Publications, c1995. p. 48 p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm.
F880 .H94 1995.
OUR CHANGING LAND (EXHIBITION).677. . Wolf, Robert L. and Tymitz, Barbara L. joint author. 'East side, west side, straight down the middle' : A study of visitor perceptions of 'Our Changing Land,' the Bicentennial exhibit, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution / by Robert L. Wolf, Barbara L. Tymitz. [s.l. : s.n.], 1979. p. 54 p. ; 28 cm.
AM152 .W53.
OUTDOOR RECREATION.678. . Davis, Denis R. Visitor attitudes and preferences for interpretive programs in Glacier National Park / by Denis R. Davis. Logan : Davis, 1977. pp. viii, 140 |. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F737.G5 D2.

679. . National Park Service (U.S.) Western Region.; Wetterling, Lea., and White, Vicki. Full spectrum visitor services : [Special populations training handbook] / developed by Lea wetterling, Vicki White. [San Francisco] : National Park Service, Western Regional Office, [1980?]. p. 1 v..(looseleaf) : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5U56.

OUTDOOR RECREATION - CALIFORNIA.680. . Kuchner, Richard A.; Elsner, Gary H. joint author., and Forest Service (U.S.). Response of visitors to the Rainbow Trail : an evaluation of an interpretive area in the Lake Tahoe Basin, California / Richard A. Kuchner, Gary H. Elsner. Berkeley, Calif. : Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, 1978. pp. ii, 17 p. : ill., map ; 21 x 27 cm. (USDA Forest Service research paper PSW ; 131.
SB481.I5 K9.
PALEONTOLOGY - UNITED STATES - CONGRESSES.681. . Conference on Fossil Resources in the National Park Service (3rd : 1992 : Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming; Benton, Rachel.; Elder, Ann., and National Park Service (U.S.) Natural Resources Publication Office. Proceedings of the Third Conference on Fossil Resources in the National Park Service / editors, Rachel Benton, Ann Elder. Denver, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Natural Resources Publication Office, 1994. pp. xviii, 98 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Natural resources report ; NPS/NRFOBU/NRR-94/14.
QE711.2 .N23 1992.

682. . Conference on Fossil Resources in the National Park Service (4th : 1994 : Colorado Springs, Colo.; Johnston, Margaret.; McChristal, James., and National Park Service (U.S.) Natural Resource Program Center. Partners in Paleontology : Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Fossil Resources, October 31 - November 4, 1994, Colorado Springs, Colorado / compiled and edited by Margaret Johnston and James McChristal. Denver, Colo. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Natural Resource Program Center, 1997. pp. x, 239, [9] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Natural resources report ; NPS/NRFLFO/NRR-97/01 Natural resources report (National Park Service. Natural Resources Publication Office) ; NPS/NRFLFO/NRR-97/01.
QE711.2 .N23 1994.

PARK RANGERS.683. . Sharpe, Grant William. Interpreting the environment / [edited by] Grant W. Sharpe. New York : Wiley, c1982. pp. xvi, 694 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
QH51 .I5 1982.
PARK RANGERS - STUDY AND TEACHING.684. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation. A personal training program for interpreters. [Washington] : The Division, [1976] pp. 122 p. : ill., ports. ; 27 cm.
SB481.I5 N25 1976.
PARKS.685. . Stephenson, Lee.; Strader, Nancy., and National Recreation and Park Association. Energy workbook for parks / by Lee Stephenson, Nancy Strader. Edited by Anita Finkelstein. s.l.] : National Recreation and Park Assoc.>e(Washington :>fU.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.) 1979. pp. v,96 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. pbk.
SB481 .S865.
PARKS - CANADA - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.686. . Association Quebecoise d"interpretation du patrimoine.; Interpretation Canada., and Interpretation Canada. Ontario Section. Interpretation and tourism Ottawa / 88 : a national conference on heritage interpretation, proceedings. [Ottawa : Interpretation Canada?, 1988?] p. 237 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 I41 1988.

687. . Marsh, John S. and Interpretation Canada. Ontario Section. Natural and cultural heritage interpretation evaluation : the proceedings of a conference sponsored by the Ontario Section of Interpretation Canada and the Environmental and Resources Studies Program of Trent University, Stony Lake, Ontario, March 11-13, 1983 / edited by John S. Marsh. Ottawa : Interpretation Canada, 1986. pp. [2] |., 127 p. : ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N3 1983.

PARKS - ENERGY CONSERVATION.688. . Stephenson, Lee. and National Recreation and Park Association. Energy manual for parks : a handbook for interpreters and naturalists / by Lee Stephenson. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1979?],c1976. pp. 165 p. in various pagings : ill., graphs ; 28 cm.
SB481 .S86.
PARKS - IDAHO.689. . Machlis, Gary E. Gary Edward; Ham, Sam H.; Deyerberg, Robert P.; University of Idaho. College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences.; Idaho State Office of Energy., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (University of Idaho). Energy interpretation : a guide for Idaho state parks / by Gary E. Machlis, Sam H. Ham, Robert P. Deyerberg. Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, [1981] pp. 34 leaves : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 M23 1981.
PARKS - INTERPRETATIVE PROGRAMS - CONGRESSES.690. . CSPRA/WIA/PRAC Workshop and Convention (1980 : Santa Cruz, Calif.; Verardo, Denzil R.; California State Park Rangers Association.; Western Interpreters Association., and Park Rangers Association of California. Resource preservation through interpretation : proceedings / compiled and edited by Denzil R. Verardo. [S.l. : s.n., 1980?] p. 63 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 C5 1980.
PARKS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.691. . Grater, Russell K. The interpreter's handbook / Russell K. Grater, author ; Earl Jackson, editor. [Globe? Ariz.] : Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1976. p. 129 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. (Technical series - Southwest Parks and Monuments Association ; no. 8 Southwest Parks and Monuments Association. Technical series ; no. 8.
SB481.I5 G71.

692. . Legg, Michael. and National Association of Interpretation. National Association of Interpretation 1988 research monograph / edited by Dr. Michael Legg. Fort Collins, CO (P.O. Box 1892, Fort Collins, CO 80522) : National Association of Interpretation, c1988. p. 70 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1988.

693. . Uzzell, David. Heritage interpretation / edited by David Uzzell. London ; New York : Belhaven Press, 1989. p. 2 v. : ill.
SB481.I5 .H38 1989.

PARKS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - BIBLIOGRAPHY.694. . Lee, Cassandra A. and National Association for Interpretation. Bibliography of interpretive resources / compiled & edited by Cassandra A. Lee. [Fort Collins, CO] : The National Association for Interpretation, c1998. p. 69 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 L4 1998.
PARKS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - CANADA - CONGRESSES.695. . National Workshop of Interpretation Canada>n(7th : 1979 : Naramata, B. C.; Barkley, Bill 1941, and British Columbia Provincial Museum. Heritage interpretation : making interpretation relevant : selected papers from the 7th National Workshop of Interpretation Canada, Naramata, British Columbia, November 1-4, 1979 / editor, Bill Barkley. Victoria, B.C. : British Columbia Provincial Museum, 1980. pp. v, 74 p. ; 28 cm. (Heritage record,>x0701-9556 ; no. 11.
SB481.I5 N3 1979.
PARKS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - CONGRESSES.696. . AIN/WIA National Workshop (1981 : Estes Park, Colo.; Association of Interpretive Naturalists., and Western Interpreters Association. Program papers, Association of Interpretive Naturalists, Western Interpreters Association National Workshop, Estes Park, 1981. Derwood, Md. : AIN Central Office, 1981. p. 132 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 A7 1981.

697. . Association of Interpretive Naturalists Workshop (1984 : Pine Mountain, Ga. Interpretation, what is our future? : national workshop proceedings / the Association of Interpretive Naturalists, March 4-8, 1984, Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, Georgia. Derwood, Md. : Association of Interpretive Naturalists, Inc., [1984] pp. 126 p. : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 A7 1984.

698. . Association of Interpreture Naturalists Workshop (1980 : Cape Cod). AIN 80 program, papers : Intergrating cultural and natural interpretation : 1980 Workshop, October 6-10 / Association of Interpretive Naturalists. [Derwood, Md. (6700 Needwood Rd., Derwood, MD 20855)] : TThe Association, [1980?] p. 283 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 A7 1980.

699. . National Interpreters Workshop (1989 : St. Paul, Minn.; Hahn, Denis R., and National Association of Interpreters. Proceedings of the interpretation / management sessions / Denis R. Hahn, Chair - Program Committee. [s.l.] : National Association of Interpretation, 1989. pp. vi, 454 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1989.

700. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1995 : Orlando, Fla.; Weiss, Alexandra H., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The 1995 Interpretive sourcebook : the proceedings of the 1995 National Interpreters' Workshop : Intrepretation, the real magic / editor: Alexandra H. Weiss. [Fort Collins, Colo.] : National Association for Interpretation, [1996]. pp. xi, 383 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1995.

701. . National Interpreters' Workshop (1997 : Beaumont, Tex.; Brochu, Lisa., and National Association for Interpretation (U.S.). The 1997 Interpretive sourcebook : proceedings of the National Interpreters' Workshop, November 8-12, 1997, Beaumont, Texas / Lisa Brochu, editor. [Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, 1997] pp. viii, 215 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N18 1997.

702. . Symposium on Interpretation (1970 : Midland, Ontario. A symposium on interpretation : theme - more effective communication : Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, Midland, Ontario, April 8,9,10, 1970 / Sponsored by the Canadian Wildlife Service ... Ottawa : The Service, [1970?] pp. vi, 79 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 S9.

PARKS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.703. . Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.) Division of Interpretive Planning. An Interpretive planning primer / Harpers Ferry Center, Division of Interpretive Planning. [Harpers Ferry, W. Va.] : The Center, [198-?] p. 12 leaves ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 U545.
PARKS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - MICHIGAN.704. . Wooley, Fred J. River interpretation : development of an on-water trail / by Fred J. Wooley. c1979 pp. vii, 67 leaves : ill., map ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 W55.
PARKS - MANAGEMENT.705. . Beck, Larry. and Cable, Ted T. Interpretation for the 21st century : fifteen guiding principles for interpreting nature and culture / Larry Beck, Ted T. Cable. Champaign, Ill. : Sagamore Publishing, c1998. pp. xiv, 242 p. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 B4 1998.

706. . Gensler, Gail. The role of interpretation in park management / by Gail Gensler. c1977. pp. iii, 53 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5G4.

707. . Hanna, John W. and National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation and Visitor Services. Visitor observations for interpretive programming / [by] John W. Hanna and Valeen Adams Silvy. College Station, Tex. : Texas A&M University, Dept. of Recreation and Parks, 1978. p. 16 p. : 28 cm.
SB481.I5 H26.

PARKS - UNITED STATES - MANAGEMENT.708. . Ross, Terence L. 1946 and Moeller, George H. Communicating rules in recreation areas / by Terence L. Ross and George H. Moeller. Upper Darby, Pa. : Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, 1974. pp. 12 p. : ill., forms ; 27 cm. (USDA Forest Service research paper NE ; 297.
SB481.I5 R5.
PARKS - VISITORS.709. . Van Every, Mark E.; Machlis, Gary E.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Corvallis, Or. Mapping interpretive services : identifying barriers to adoption and diffusion of the method / by Mark E. Van Every and Gary E. Machlis. Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, University of Idaho, [1984?] pp. [2], 23, [16] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 2.
SB481 .V5V4 no.2.
PLANTS, CULTIVATED.710. . Cunningham, Richard L. The biological diversity of food plants : some interpretive thoughts / by Richard L. Cunningham. San Francisco : [U.S. Dept. of the Interior] National Park Service, Western Regional Office, 1990. p. 51 p. ; 28 cm.
QK98.5 .C9 1990.
PLANTS, EDIBLE.711. . Cunningham, Richard L. The biological diversity of food plants : some interpretive thoughts / by Richard L. Cunningham. San Francisco : [U.S. Dept. of the Interior] National Park Service, Western Regional Office, 1990. p. 51 p. ; 28 cm.
QK98.5 .C9 1990.
POLLUTION - ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS.712. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation. Interpreting global change : a National Park Service communicator's handbook. [Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Division of Interpretation, 1993] pp. ii, 135 p. (looseleaf) : ill. ; 28 cm.
HC79 .E5I5 1993.
POLLUTION - EXHIBITIONS.713. . American Association of Museums. Environmental Committee. Museums and the environment: a handbook for education. [New York] Arkville Press [1971] pp. xv, 261 p. illus. 27 cm.
AM101 .A45.
POWER RESOURCES.714. . Stephenson, Lee. and National Recreation and Park Association. Energy manual for parks : a handbook for interpreters and naturalists / by Lee Stephenson. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1979?],c1976. pp. 165 p. in various pagings : ill., graphs ; 28 cm.
SB481 .S86.
POWER RESOURCES - STUDY AND TEACHING.715. . Stephenson, Lee.; Strader, Nancy., and National Recreation and Park Association. Energy workbook for parks / by Lee Stephenson, Nancy Strader. Edited by Anita Finkelstein. s.l.] : National Recreation and Park Assoc.>e(Washington :>fU.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.) 1979. pp. v,96 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. pbk.
SB481 .S865.
PSYCHOLOGICAL RECREATIONS.716. . Deikman, Arthur. and National Park Service (U.S.). A guide to implementing the receptive mode / by Arthur Deikman ; produced by Division of Interpretation, National Park Service. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Division of Interpretation, 1976. pp. iv, 32 p. ; 27 cm.
SB481 .D6.
PUBLIC HISTORY.717. . Blatti, Jo. and New York Council for the Humanities. Past meets present : essays about historic interpretation and public audiences / Jo Blatti, editor ; photographs by Patricia Layman Bazelon. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, c1987. pp. x, 169 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 P37 1987.
PUBLIC HISTORY - UNITED STATES.718. . Danzer, Gerald A. Public places : exploring their history / Gerald A. Danzer. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, c1987. pp. xiii, 135 p. : ill. (The Nearby history series ; 3.
E180 .D36 1987.
PUBLIC LANDS - UNITED STATES - MANAGEMENT - CONGRESSES.719. . N.A.I. Federal Interagency Council Workshop (1990 : Madison, Wis. etc. and National Association for Interpretation. Federal Interagency Council. Preparing for the 21st century : solving management problems through interpretation : 1990 roundtable sessions / sponsored by the Federal Interagency Council of the National Association for Interpretation ; Evaluating the effectiveness of interpretation, April 17-20, 1990, Madison, Wisconsin ; Interpretation and the future of wetlands, May 8-11, 1990, Atlanta, Georgia ; Managing and preserving cultural resources through interpretation, May 8-11, 1990, Phoenix, Arizona. Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, [1990] pp. 1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5N38 1990.
PUBLIC RELATIONS.720. . Recreation Research Program. and United States. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.>uVicksburg, Miss. >4org. Supplements to a guide to cultural and environmental interpretation in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Vicksburg, Miss. : U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station ;>a[Springfield, Va. : available from National Technical Information Service, 1984] p. 319 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Instruction report ; R-84-1.
SB481 .I5P7 Supp.
PUBLIC RELATIONS - HISTORICAL MUSEUMS.721. . Blatti, Jo. and New York Council for the Humanities. Past meets present : essays about historic interpretation and public audiences / Jo Blatti, editor ; photographs by Patricia Layman Bazelon. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, c1987. pp. x, 169 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 P37 1987.
PUBLIC SPEAKING.722. . Forest Service (U.S.). Talk tips. [Washington] : Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, [1977?] p. 31 p. : ill.; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 U527.

723. . Regnier, Kathleen Harris.; Gross, Michael Michael P.; Zimmerman, Ronald., and University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point. The interpreter's guidebook: techniques for programs and presentations / by Kathleen Regnier, Michael Gross, and Ron Zimmerman; James Heintzman, consulting editor. Stevens Point, WI : UW-SP Foundation Press, Inc., University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point; c1992. pp. viii, 101 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Interpreter's handbook series.
SB481.I5 R41 1992.

724. . Stagner, Howard R. and Thompson, David D. Jr. Talks / by Howard R. Stagner. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, 1968. p. 20 p. : ill.; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 S8 1968.

RECREATION725. . Propst, Dennis B.; Roggenbuck, Joseph W.; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers., and Recreation Research Program. A guide to cultural and environmental interpretation in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers : final report / by Dennis B. Propst and Joseph W. Roggenbuck (Environmental Laboratory, U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station. Vicksburg, Miss. : The Station ; Springfield, Va. : available from NTIS, [1981]. pp. 147, 2 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Instruction report / U.S. Army Waterways Experiment Station ; R-81-1. Instruction report (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station) ; R-81-1.
SB481.I5 P7.
RECREATION AREAS.726. . Deikman, Arthur. and National Park Service (U.S.). A guide to implementing the receptive mode / by Arthur Deikman ; produced by Division of Interpretation, National Park Service. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Division of Interpretation, 1976. pp. iv, 32 p. ; 27 cm.
SB481 .D6.
RECREATION AREAS - ALASKA.727. . Glick, Arthur N; Mertes, James D. joint author.; United States. Bureau of Land Management., and Texas Tech University. Dept. of Park Administration, Landscape Architecture and Horticulture. Fortymile : a minimum personnel contact visitor management program / Arthur N. Glick, James D. Mertes ; prepared for the Bureau of Land Management, U. S. Department of Interior, Fairbanks, Alaska by Department of Park Administration and Landscape Architecture, Texas Tech University. Lubbock, Tex. : Department of Park Administration and Landscape Architecture, Texas Tech University, 1976. pp. xiii, [i], 225 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
F912.F5 G5.
RECREATION AREAS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.728. . Wagar, J. Alan 1930; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or., and Forest Service (U.S.). Cassette tapes for interpretation / by J. Alan Wagar. Portland, Or. : Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1976. pp. [ii], 20 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (USDA Forest Service research paper PNW ; 207.
SB481.I5 W2.
RECREATION AREAS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - ADDRESSES, ESSAYSLECTURES.729. . Machlis, Gary E. and Field, Donald R. On interpretation : sociology for interpreters of natural and cultural history / edited by Gary E. Machlis, Donald R. Field. Corvallis, Or. : Oregon State University Press, c1984. pp. xii, 176 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 O5.
RECREATION AREAS - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - UNITED STATES.730. . Mackintosh, Barry. and National Park Service (U.S.) History Division. Interpretation in the National Park Service : a historical perspective / by Barry Mackintosh. Washington, D.C. : History Division, National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, 1986. pp. vi, 117 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5M25 1986.
RECREATION AREAS - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - PLANNING - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.731. . Veverka, John A. Interpretive master planning : for parks, historic sites, forests, zoos, and related tourism sites, for self-guided interpretive services, for interpretive exhibits, for guided programs/tours / John A. Veverka. Helena, Mt. : Falcon Press : Exclusively distributed by the Interpretation, Publication, and Resource Center, 1994. pp. ix, 162 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
SB481.I5 V48 1994.
RECREATION AREAS - MANAGEMENT.732. . Recreation Research Program. and United States. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.>uVicksburg, Miss. >4org. Supplements to a guide to cultural and environmental interpretation in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Vicksburg, Miss. : U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station ;>a[Springfield, Va. : available from National Technical Information Service, 1984] p. 319 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Instruction report ; R-84-1.
SB481 .I5P7 Supp.
RECREATION AREAS - UNITED STATES.733. . Ross, Terence L. 1946 and Moeller, George H. Communicating rules in recreation areas / by Terence L. Ross and George H. Moeller. Upper Darby, Pa. : Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, 1974. pp. 12 p. : ill., forms ; 27 cm. (USDA Forest Service research paper NE ; 297.
SB481.I5 R5.
RECREATION AREAS - VANDALISM.734. . Roggenbuck, Joseph W.; Oliver, Susan S.; Hall, Otis F., and United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Waterways Experiment Station. The effectiveness of interpretation in reducing depreciative behavior in campgrounds : final report ... / by Joseph W. Roggenbuck, Otis F. Hall, Susan S. Oliver. Blacksburg, Va. : Dept. of Forestry, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1982. pp. vii, 110 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 R45 1982.
RECREATION - CANADA.735. . Marsh, John S. and Interpretation Canada. Ontario Section. Winter, recreation and interpretation : proceedings of a workshop held at Irwin Inn, Stony Lake, Ontario, January 30th - February 1st, 1981 / edited by John S. Marsh. Peterborough, Ont. : Ontario Section, Interpretation Canada, 1981. p. 165 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 W45 1981.
RECREATION - SOCIAL ASPECTS - ADDRESSES, ESSAYS, LECTURES.736. . Machlis, Gary E. and Field, Donald R. On interpretation : sociology for interpreters of natural and cultural history / edited by Gary E. Machlis, Donald R. Field. Corvallis, Or. : Oregon State University Press, c1984. pp. xii, 176 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 O5.
RECREATION - WASHINGTON (STATE) - PUBLIC OPINION.737. . Wagar, J. Alan.; Lovelady, Gregory W. joint author.; Falkin, Harlan joint author.; Pacific Northwest Forest and Experiment Station, and Forest Service (U.S.). Evaluation techniques for interpretation : study results from an exhibition on energy / J. Alan Wagar, Gregory W. Lovelady, Harlan Falkin. Portland, Or. : U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 1976 pp. 13 p. : ill., graphs ; 27 cm. (USDA forest Service research paper PNW ; 211.
SB481.I5 W19.
RECREATIONAL SURVEYS - PENNSYLVANIA.738. . Ross, Terence L. 1946 and Moeller, George H. Communicating rules in recreation areas / by Terence L. Ross and George H. Moeller. Upper Darby, Pa. : Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, 1974. pp. 12 p. : ill., forms ; 27 cm. (USDA Forest Service research paper NE ; 297.
SB481.I5 R5.
REENACTMENTS739. . Bigley, James D. 'Living history and battle reenactment: te dilemma of select interpretation.'. History News v.46:6 Nov/Dec, 1991 pp. pp. 12-18.
PER.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK740. . Mack, James A. and Thompson, James B. 'Visitor center planning' / by James A. Mack and James B. Th. Legacy (NAI) vol. 2:4 July/August, 1991 pp. pp. 6-9.
PER.
ROCKY MOUNTAINS.741. . Mills, Enos Abijah 1870-1922.; Kiley, Edna Mills., and Danton, Tom. Adventures of a nature guide and essays in interpretation / [by] Enos Mills; [edited by Edna Mills Kiley, foreword by Tom Danton, introduction by Michael Mills Kiley.]. Friendship, Wisc. : The New Past Press, 1990. p. 251 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
QH81 .M69 1990.
ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM.742. . Royal Ontario Museum. Hands on : setting up a discovery room in your museum or school. Toronto : The Museum, 1979. pp. xiii, 170 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
AM101.O57 A45.
SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS.743. . Benedict, Paul L. Historic site interpretation : the student field trip / by Paul L. Benedict. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1971. p. [8] p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Technical leaflet / American Association for State and Local History ; 19 Technical leaflet (American Association for State and Local History) ; 19 (1971).
AM1 .A4 no.19.
SCIENCE MUSEUMS.744. . Lee, Byong Hoon 1942 and Smithsonian Institution. Office of Museum Programs. A study of science museums with special reference to their educational programs. / [By] Byung-Hoon Lee. Washington, Office of Museum Programs, Smithsonian Institution [1969?] p. 29 p. illus.
Q105.A1 L47.
SCIENCE - STUDY AND TEACHING.745. . Lee, Byong Hoon 1942 and Smithsonian Institution. Office of Museum Programs. A study of science museums with special reference to their educational programs. / [By] Byung-Hoon Lee. Washington, Office of Museum Programs, Smithsonian Institution [1969?] p. 29 p. illus.
Q105.A1 L47.
SCIENCE - STUDY AND TEACHING - UNITED STATES.746. . Kraus, Marcus. Science education in the national parks of the United States / Marcus Kraus. c1973. pp. viii, 381 leaves : ill.
SB481 .I5K72 1973.
SEASHORES - INTERPRETATION747. . (Special issue on marine environments). THE INTERPRETER, WINTER/1982 p. (whole issue).
PER.
SHIPS - PRESERVATION - ADDRESSES, ESSAYS, LECTURES.748. . Delgado, James P. and National Maritime Museum (U.S.). Maritime preservation : [special issue of the APT Bulletin , journal of the Association for Preservation Technology, v.IX, number 1,1987 / edited by James P. Delgado]. [Washington, D.C. : Association for Preservation Technology, 1987]. p. 88 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
V13 .A1M2 1987.
SHIPWRECKS - ADDRESSES, ESSAYS, LECTURES.749. . Delgado, James P. and National Maritime Museum (U.S.). Maritime preservation : [special issue of the APT Bulletin , journal of the Association for Preservation Technology, v.IX, number 1,1987 / edited by James P. Delgado]. [Washington, D.C. : Association for Preservation Technology, 1987]. p. 88 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
V13 .A1M2 1987.
SHIPWRECKS - FLORIDA.750. . Burrus, E. Carter. A history of the islands and waters of the Biscayne National Park : a multi-media interpretive program / by E. Carter Burrus, Jr. Coral Gables, Fla. : University of Miami, 1984. pp. xi, 147 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
F317.M7 B9 1984.
SHIPWRECKS - UNITED STATES.751. . Delgado, James P. and National Maritime Museum (U.S.). Maritime preservation : [special issue of the APT Bulletin , journal of the Association for Preservation Technology, v.IX, number 1,1987 / edited by James P. Delgado]. [Washington, D.C. : Association for Preservation Technology, 1987]. p. 88 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
V13 .A1M2 1987.
SIGNS AND SIGNBOARDS - ARIZONA - GRAND CANYON NATIONALPARK.752. . Greenberg, Laura B.; Underhill, A. Heaton., and Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit (Tucson, Ariz. Improving visitor communications in Grand Canyon National Park / Laura B. Greenberg, A. Heaton Underhill. Tucson, Ariz. : Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit, University of Arizona, [1986] pp. v, 71 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm. (Special report ; no. 4 Special report (Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit (Tucson, Ariz.)) ; no. 4.
GRCA 55.
SLAVERY IN THE U.S.753. . Weeks, Kay D. 'Interpreting slavery - a response'. CRM Bulletin v.15:5, 1992 pp. pp. 37-38.
PER.
SOUTHERN BALD EAGLE RESTORATION PROJECT - INTERPRETATION754. . 'Interpreting critical resource issues' (special insert). Journal of Interpretation v.13:2, 1989 p. 20 p.
PER.
SOUTHWEST, NEW - DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL.755. . Architects/Planners Alliance, Salt Lake City Utah.; Dominguez, Francisco Atanasio fl. 1776., and Velez de Escalante, Silvestre fl. 1768-1779. Dominguez-Escalante trail bicentennial master plan and final report : prepared for the Dominguez-Escalante State/Federal Bicentennial Commission ... by Architects/Planners Alliance, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 15, 1976. [Salt Lake City : Architects/Planners Alliance], 1976. pp. [168] |.(var.pag.) ; plates, maps. 28 cm.
F799 .D55.
STATUE OF LIBERTY NATIONAL MONUMENT - HISTORY.756. . Blatti, Jo. and New York Council for the Humanities. Past meets present : essays about historic interpretation and public audiences / Jo Blatti, editor ; photographs by Patricia Layman Bazelon. Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, c1987. pp. x, 169 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
SB481.I5 P37 1987.
STATUE OF LIBERTY NATIONAL MONUMENT - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS757. . Wallace, Mike 1942. Mickey Mouse history and other essays on American memory / Mike Wallace. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1996. pp. xiv, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
E172 .W35 1996.
STORYTELLING.758. . Strauss, Susan. The passionate fact : storytelling in natural history and cultural interpretation / Susan Strauss. Golden, Colo. : North American Press, 1996. p. 152 p. : ill.
SB481.I5 S87 1996.
TEACHING.759. . Boulanger, F David. and Smith, John P. Educational principles and techniques for interpreters / F David Boulanger and John P. Smith. Portland, Or. : Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1973. p. 24p. : ill. ; 27cm. (General technical report - USDA Forest Service ; PNW-9. United States. Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Portland, Or. USDA forest service general technical report ; PNW-9.
LB1025 .B675.
TELEVISION.760. . Southwest Research Institute. and North Carolina. Division of Archives and History. Feasibility study for transmission of a live television picture from the U.S.S. Monitor to visitor centers onshore : prepared for Underwater Archaeology Branch, Division of Archives and History, Dept. of Cultural Resources, State of North Carolina / by Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas. Washington : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Coastal Zone Management ;>aRaleigh, N.C. : Dept. of Cultural Resources, [1982] pp. iv, 36, [92] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (U.S.S. Monitor technical report series ; vol. 2, no.2.
VA65.M67 F4 1982.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT NATIONAL PARK761. . Owen, Wally. 'Touring Theodore Roosevelt National Park on horseback.'. Interpreter v.18:4 Winter, 1988 pp. pp. 10-12.
PER.
THESES. U.S.U. FORESTRY AND OUTDOOR RECREATION.762. . Davis, Denis R. Visitor attitudes and preferences for interpretive programs in Glacier National Park / by Denis R. Davis. Logan : Davis, 1977. pp. viii, 140 |. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F737.G5 D2.
THREATS TO THE PARKS - SURVEYS.763. . Mullins, Gary W. and Watson, Michael D. Interpreting critical resource issues in National Parks : an assessment / by Gary W. Mullins and Michael D. Watson. [Columbus, Ohio : Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources] 1992. pp. iv, 39 p. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5M9 1992.
TILDEN, FREEMAN - PHILOSPHY764. Tilden, Freeman. The constructire aspect of inaction. Trends. 1965 Jul; 2(3):21-24.TIMBERLINE - NORTH AMERICA.765. . Adams, Amy E.; Arno, Stephen F., and National Park Service (U.S.) Western Regional Office. Interpreting the timberline : an aid to help park naturalists to acquaint visitors with the subalpine-alpine ecotone of western North America / by Stephen F. Arno. San Francisco, Calif. : Western Regional Office, National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1967. pp. x, 206 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
QK938.T5 A7.
TOUR GUIDES (PERSONS)766. . Grinder, Alison L. and McCoy, E. Sue. The good guide : a sourcebook for interpreters, docents, and tour guides / Alison L. Grinder, E. Sue McCoy. Scottsdale, Ariz. : Ironwood Press, c1985. pp. xiv, 147 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
SB481.I5 G63 1985.
TOURISM.767. . Uzzell, David. Heritage interpretation / edited by David Uzzell. London ; New York : Belhaven Press, 1989. p. 2 v. : ill.
SB481.I5 .H38 1989.
TOURISM - CONGRESSES.768. . Global Congress of Heritage Interpretation International (3rd : 1991 : Honolulu, Hawaii USA; Tabata, Raymond S.; Yamashiro, Jane., and Cherem, Gabriel. Joining Hnads for Quality Tourism, Interpretation, Preservation and the Travel Industry : Proceedings of the Heritage Interpretation International Third Global Congress, November 3-8, 1991, Honolulu, Hawaii USA / edited by Raymond S. Tabata, Jane Yamashiro, Gabriel Cherem. Honolulu, Hawaii : University of Hawaii, Sea Grant Extension Service, [1992] pp. xx, 468 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (UNIHI-SEAGRANT-CR ; 9205.
SB481.I5 G49 1992.
TOURIST TRADE - UNITED STATES.769. . Machlis, Gary E.; Field, Donald R.; Van Every, Mark E.; University of Idaho. College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences.; National Park Service (U.S.); Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Seattle, Wash. Foreign visitors and interpretation : a sociological look at the Japanese tourist / by Gary E. Machlis, Donald R. Field, Mark E. Van Every. Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences ;>a[Washington, D.C.?] : National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, [1982?] pp. 19, [1] leaves ; 28 cm. (UI CPSU ; S82-1 CPSU/UI ; S82-1.
SB481.I5 M14.
TRAILGUIDES.770. . National Park Service (U.S.). Self-guiding trails or tours. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1966?]. p. [72] |. ; 27 cm.
SB481 .I5N23.
TRAILS - DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION.771. . National Park Service (U.S.). Self-guiding trails or tours. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1966?]. p. [72] |. ; 27 cm.
SB481 .I5N23.

772. . Veverka, John A. and Alberta Provincial Parks. Education and Interpretation Section. Interpretive trails and related facilities manual / prepared by John A. Veverka ... Edmonton, Alberta : Alberta Provincial Parks, Education and Interpretive Section, [1978?]. pp. i,48 p., plates, appendices ; 28 cm.
QH53 .V4.

TRAILS - INTERPRETATION - EVALUATION.773. . Tai, Doris Barbara. An evaluation of the use and effectiveness of two types of interpretive trail media in Yellowstone National Park / by Doris Barbara Tai. c1981. pp. xi,112 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 T2.
TRAILS - UNITED STATES.774. . National Park Service (U.S.) Stephen T. Mather Training Center. A guide for the development of self-guiding operations. [Harpers Ferry, W.V. : The Center, 1965?] p. 1 v. (var.pag.) ; 27 cm.
QH53 .U55.
UNITED STATES - ANTIQUITIES - COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION.775. . Ryan, Jan S. and National Park Service (U.S.). Preventing cultural resources destruction : taking action through interpretation / by Jan S. Ryan. [Denver, Colo.] : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, [1992] pp. v, 91 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 R92 1992.
UNITED STATES - HISTORY - BIBLIOGRAPHY.776. . National Park Service (U.S.) Division of Interpretation. Resources for interpreters : bibliographies for historical interpretation. Washington : The Division, 1982. p. [52] p. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 N26.
UNITED STATES - HISTORY, LOCAL.777. . Alderson, William T. William Thomas 1926 and Low, Shirley Payne. Interpretation of historic sites / William T. Alderson and Shirley Payne Low. Nashville : American Association for State and Local History, 1985. p. 202 p. : ill.
SB481.I5 A36 1985.

778. . Anderson, Jay. A Living history reader / [edited by] Jay Anderson. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1991- p. v. <1 > : ill. ; 28 cm.
E172 .L58 1991.

779. . Danzer, Gerald A. Public places : exploring their history / Gerald A. Danzer. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, c1987. pp. xiii, 135 p. : ill. (The Nearby history series ; 3.
E180 .D36 1987.

UNITED STATES - HISTORY, LOCAL - AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS - CATALOG780. . Anderson, Jay. The living history sourcebook / Jay Anderson. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, 1985. pp. x,469 p.: ill. ; 15x15 cm.
E159 .A53 1985.
UNITED STATES - HISTORY - STUDY AND TEACHING.781. . Ruffin, Esther S. Interpretation of historic sites. [Williamsburg, Va., 1971 p. 71 leaves.
E175.8 .R9.

782. . Tilden, Freeman 1883. Interpreting our heritage; principles and practices for visitor services in parks, museums, and historic places. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press [1957] p. 110 p. illus. 24 cm.
E175.8 .T67.

VANDALISM.783. . Roggenbuck, Joseph W.; Oliver, Susan S.; Hall, Otis F., and United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Waterways Experiment Station. The effectiveness of interpretation in reducing depreciative behavior in campgrounds : final report ... / by Joseph W. Roggenbuck, Otis F. Hall, Susan S. Oliver. Blacksburg, Va. : Dept. of Forestry, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1982. pp. vii, 110 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 R45 1982.
VIDEODISCS.784. . Kleiman, Tom. and Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.). Computers and videodisc applications in interpretation : report / Tom Kleiman. [Harpers ferry, W.Va.] : Division of Audiovisual Arts, Harpers Ferry Center, [National Park Service], 1983. p. 75 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5K54.
VISITATION STUDIES785. . Adams, Amy E. and Hammitt, William E. 'Visitor behaviors which enhance wildlife viewing : imnplica for interpretation.' by Amy E. Adams and Dr. William E. Hamm. Legacy v. 4:5 SEP/OCT, 1993 pp. pp. 18-23.
PER.
VISITOR CENTERS.786. . Crostic, Robert L. Measurement and evaluation of visitor center interpretive messages and media / by Robert L. Crostic. c1975. p. 47 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 C7.
VISITOR CENTERS - DESIGN787. . Lankford, Sherri; Bitgood, Stephen, and Cota, Amy. 'Orientation & circulation' (Special issue) ed. by Sherri Lankford, Stephen Bitgood, Amy Cota. Visitor Behavior v. 10:2 Summer, 1995 pp. pp. 3-17.
PER.
VISITOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS788. . Petsche, Jerry; Kardos, Andy, and Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.). 'The Interpreters' Resource Information System (IRIS) and it applications'. National Association for Interpretation, 1992 p. [6 p.].
/ INTERPRETATION.
VISITOR SERVICES - CONGRESSES.789. . Graham, Robert 1942; Lawrence, Richard 1954, and University of Waterloo. Tourism Research and Education Centre. Towards serving visitors and managing our resources : proceedings of a North American workshop on visitor management: perspectives of several Canadian and United States park, protected area and natural resource management agencies, February 14-17, 1989, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada / [Robert Graham and Richard Lawrence, editors and compilers]. Waterloo, Ont. : Tourism Research and Education Centre, University of Waterloo, 1990.
SB484.C3 T69 1990.
VISITOR SERVICES PROJECT790. . Machlis, Gary E. and Thompson, James B. 'The visitor services project: visitor data for park managem. Trends, 1985 pp. pp. 12-18 + additional material.
/ INTERPRETATION VSP.
VISITOR STUDIES791. Cowley, Jill. Visitor preferences for interpretive media at archeological sites27 p. HFC; NPSHC - INTERPRETATION.

792. Knopf, Richard C. Cognitive map formation as a tool for facilitating information transfer in interpretive programming. 1979; 9 p.

793. . Madison, Dwight L. and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Visitor services project : Jefferson National Expansion Memorial / Dwight L. Madison. Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho, [1993]. pp. 30, [6] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor services project report ; 49.
SB481.V5 V4 no.49.

794. . Uzzell, David. Heritage interpretation / edited by David Uzzell. London ; New York : Belhaven Press, 1989. p. 2 v. : ill.
SB481.I5 .H38 1989.

VISITORS, FOREIGN - UNITED STATES.795. . Machlis, Gary E.; Field, Donald R.; Van Every, Mark E.; University of Idaho. College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences.; National Park Service (U.S.); Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Seattle, Wash. Foreign visitors and interpretation : a sociological look at the Japanese tourist / by Gary E. Machlis, Donald R. Field, Mark E. Van Every. Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences ;>a[Washington, D.C.?] : National Park Service, Dept. of the Interior, [1982?] pp. 19, [1] leaves ; 28 cm. (UI CPSU ; S82-1 CPSU/UI ; S82-1.
SB481.I5 M14.
WASHINGTON MONUMENT (WASHINGTON, D.C.) - HISTORY.796. . Danzer, Gerald A. Public places : exploring their history / Gerald A. Danzer. Nashville, Tenn. : American Association for State and Local History, c1987. pp. xiii, 135 p. : ill. (The Nearby history series ; 3.
E180 .D36 1987.
WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT797. . Propst, Dennis B.; Roggenbuck, Joseph W.; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers., and Recreation Research Program. A guide to cultural and environmental interpretation in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers : final report / by Dennis B. Propst and Joseph W. Roggenbuck (Environmental Laboratory, U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station. Vicksburg, Miss. : The Station ; Springfield, Va. : available from NTIS, [1981]. pp. 147, 2 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Instruction report / U.S. Army Waterways Experiment Station ; R-81-1. Instruction report (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station) ; R-81-1.
SB481.I5 P7.
WAYSIDE EXHIBITS - HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.798. . Harpers Ferry Center (U.S.) Division of Wayside Exhibits. Wayside exhibits users guide. Harper Ferry, W. Va. : National Park Service, Harpers Ferry Center, 1997. p. 25 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 x 16 cm.
TT360 .W29 1997.
WETLAND CONSERVATION - UNITED STATES - CONGRESSES.799. . N.A.I. Federal Interagency Council Workshop (1990 : Madison, Wis. etc. and National Association for Interpretation. Federal Interagency Council. Preparing for the 21st century : solving management problems through interpretation : 1990 roundtable sessions / sponsored by the Federal Interagency Council of the National Association for Interpretation ; Evaluating the effectiveness of interpretation, April 17-20, 1990, Madison, Wisconsin ; Interpretation and the future of wetlands, May 8-11, 1990, Atlanta, Georgia ; Managing and preserving cultural resources through interpretation, May 8-11, 1990, Phoenix, Arizona. Fort Collins, Colo. : National Association for Interpretation, [1990] pp. 1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
SB481 .I5N38 1990.
WHITE HOUSE (WASHINGTON, D.C.) - VISITOR STUDIES.800. . Machlis, Gary E.; Dolsen, Dana E., and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. National Park Service visitor services project : the White House tours, Summer 1989 / Gary E. Machlis, Dana E. Dolsen. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho], 1990. p. 2 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project Report ; 23.
SB481 .V5V4 no.23.

801. . Machlis, Gary E.; Madison, Dwight L.; Livingston, Ivor.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and Howard University. National Park Service Visitor Services Project : the White House tours, Fall 1991 / Gary E. Machlis, Dwight L. Madison, Ivor Livingston. [Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho, 1992] p. 56 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor Services Project ; rept. 44.
SB481.V5 V4 no.44.

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION - UNITED STATES.802. . Smith, Gail P and Forest Service (U.S.). Forest interpreter's primer on wildlife : a reference for Forest Service, USDA forest interpreters / [prepared by Gail P. Smith]. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, [1976] pp. iii, 53 [1] p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Training text ; TT-52(1660/2300).
QL49 .S567.
WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT - UNITED STATES.803. . Smith, Gail P and Forest Service (U.S.). Forest interpreter's primer on wildlife : a reference for Forest Service, USDA forest interpreters / [prepared by Gail P. Smith]. [Washington] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, [1976] pp. iii, 53 [1] p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Training text ; TT-52(1660/2300).
QL49 .S567.
WILDLIFE REFUGES - UNITED STATES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS.804. . Grove, H. Jesse. and United States. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. Interpretation in the national wildlife refuge system. [Washington] : U.S. Bureau of Sport Fisheries ..., [1969?] p. 23 leaves : ill.
SB481 .I5G78.
WINTER SPORTS.805. . Marsh, John S. and Interpretation Canada. Ontario Section. Winter, recreation and interpretation : proceedings of a workshop held at Irwin Inn, Stony Lake, Ontario, January 30th - February 1st, 1981 / edited by John S. Marsh. Peterborough, Ont. : Ontario Section, Interpretation Canada, 1981. p. 165 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 W45 1981.
WOLVES - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS806. . Bishop, Gail. 'The effectiveness of the National Park Service Red Wolf edu program at Gulf Islands National Seashore.'. Legacy v. 3:5 Sept./Oct., 1992 pp. pp. 29-33.
PER.
WOMEN - UNITED STATES - HISTORY.807. . Exploring a common past : interpreting women's history in the National Park Service. [Washington? : U.s. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, History Division?], 1996. pp. [2], 27 p. ; 23 cm.
HQ1410 .E9 1996.
WORLD CONFERENCE ON NATIONAL PARKS (FIRST, 1962 : SEATTLE)808. . Beard, Daniel B. 'Enjoyment and understanding of National Parks in the United America as provided by interpretation.'. Seattle, Washington : First World Conference I.U.C, p. 12 p.WUPATKI NATIONAL MONUMENT809. . Trotter, Robert T. III. Ethnographic research at Wupatki National Monument: a new to interpretation. in: Journal of Interpretation, Vol.14:1, 1990 p. pp. R1-R11.
SB481 .I5J5 V.14:1.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - HISTORY810. . Vick, Denise S. Yellowstone National Park and the education of adults / by Denise S. Vick. c1986. pp. [xxii], 344 |. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F722 .V45 1986.

811. . Whittlesey, Lee H. 'The first National Park interpreter : G.L. Henderson in Yel 1882-1902'. Montana v.46 Spring, 1996 pp. pp. 26-41.
PER.

812. ---. The first National Park interpreter : G.L. Henderson in Yellowstone, 1882-1902. Montana, the Magazine of Western History. 1996 Spring; 46(1):26-41.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS - HISTORY.813. . Vick, Denise S. Yellowstone National Park and the education of adults / by Denise S. Vick. c1986. pp. [xxii], 344 |. : ill. ; 28 cm.
F722 .V45 1986.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - INTERPRETIVEPROGRAMS - EVALUATION.814. . Tai, Doris Barbara. An evaluation of the use and effectiveness of two types of interpretive trail media in Yellowstone National Park / by Doris Barbara Tai. c1981. pp. xi,112 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SB481.I5 T2.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - VISITOR STUDIES.815. . Ham, Sam H.; Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho, and University of Idaho. College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences. Mapping interpretive services, a follow-up study at Yellowstone National Park and Mt. Rushmore National Memorial / by Sam H. Ham ... [et al.]. Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences, [1984] pp. 75, [18] leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. (Visitor services project report ; 3.
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816. . Machlis, Gary E. and Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Moscow, Idaho. Mapping visitor populations : a pilot study at Yellowstone National Park / by Gary E. Machlis ... [et al.]. Moscow, Idaho : Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Idaho, [1984] pp. 41 leaves, 19 p. : maps ; 28 cm. (Vistor services project report ; 4.
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YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK - HISTORY.817. . Brockman, C. Frank Christian Frank 1902. Evolution of national park service interpretation . / by C. Frank Brockman ... Seattle, Wash. : The author, 1976. pp. iv,106 p. ; 28 cm.
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ZION NATIONAL PARK - VISITOR CENTER.818. . Crostic, Robert L. Measurement and evaluation of visitor center interpretive messages and media / by Robert L. Crostic. c1975. p. 47 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
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ZOO ANIMALS.819. . Collins, Larry R. Monotremes and marsupials: a reference for zoological institutions / [by] Larry R. Collins. Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] 1973. pp. v, 323 p. illus. 26 cm. (Smithsonian Institution. Publication no. 4888.
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