Saint Croix Island International Historic Site was established as a national monument on June 8, 1949. The site received its current designation on September 25, 1984.
The management of Saint Croix Island International Historic Site is driven by its mission, which was spelled out in the 1998 General Management Plan:
This section of the website will refer you to many of the documents that help the National Park Service accomplish that mission for inspiration of this and future generations.
Did You Know?
Saint Croix Island was originally called “Muttoneguis” by the Native Americans who had used it for many years before the French arrived. The island is protected today as part of Saint Croix Island International Historic Site.