Electronic ResourcesThe National Park Service's Library contains thousands of electronic publications covering the history of the National Park Service and the units comprising the National Park System. We invite you to learn more about history and how the National Park Service works to preserve it.
- Tea Pot Tempest: The Power of Place in the Boston Tea Party (2017) (pdf)
- National Park Service System Plan: One Hundred Years (2017) (pdf)
- National Climate Change Interpretation and Education Strategy (2016) (pdf)
- Climate Change Scenarios Handbook (2013) (pdf)
- National Park Service Climate Change Response Strategy (2010) (pdf)
- Cultural Resources Climate Change Plan (2016) (pdf)
- Coastal Adaptations Strategy Handbook (2016) (pdf)
- Planning For the Impact of Sea-Level Rise on U.S. National Parks (2014) (pdf)
- California Division of Mines and Geology, Mineral Information Service Volume 21, Number 8, Geology and Road Log of Pinnacles National Monument (1968)
- Annual Report Southwestern Monuments 1934
- Annual Report Southwestern Monuments 1935
- Annual Report Southwestern Monuments 1936
- Appomattox Manor - City Point: A History (1978) (pdf)
- Field Division of Education Publication Series
- Revisiting Leopold: Resource Stewardship in the National Parks (2012) (pdf)
- A Call to Action: Preparing for a Second Century of Stewardship and Engagement (2011) (pdf)
- Beyond the 59th Park: Reforming the Nomenclature of the US National Park System (2012) (pdf)
- Reassessing the National Park Service and the National Park System (2008) (pdf)
- Managing the National Park Service in the Information Age (2010) (pdf)
- Our National Parks (1918) (pdf)
- The economic destiny of the National parks (1917)
NPGallery Digital Asset Management System: digital media search for the National Park Service.
IRMA (Integrated Resource Management Applications) Portal: searchable database of resources and information on the National Park Service. Search using the keyword "eHistory" to find documents related to park histories.
You can find additional resources about the history of the National Park Service at The Internet Archive.