San Juan Island National Historical Park Archive. The primary
resource for this document is the park's administrative archive,
compiled by the author in 1995-1996. The archive includes materials
from the records of San Juan Island National Historical Park, the
Seattle Support Office, the Washington State Archives in Olympia, the
Washington State Historical Society library, and documents from the
manuscripts library at the University of Washington, Seattle. The
archive contains all major reports and studies completed for the park
over the years as well as any managerial records and correspondence
relevant to the significant park planning that still exists. Interviews
of former and current National Park Staff employed at the park, as well
as regional support staff involved at the park, has provided valuable
information to supplement the available written record.
Secondary resource materials useful in providing a background on the
NPS, historic preservation, public memory, and the history of the Pig
War and joint occupation are as follows:
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Lamme, Ary, J., III. America's Historic Landscapes: Community
Power and the Preservation of Four National Historic Sites.
Knoxville, Tennessee: University of Tennessee Press, 1989.
Mackintosh, Barry. The Historic Sites Survey and National Historic
Landmarks Program: A Survey. National Park Service, History
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Rothman, Hal. Preserving Different Pasts: The American National
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Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 1987.
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Tilden, Freeman. Interpreting Our Heritage. 2d ed. Chapel
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