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The Field Of Education In The National Parks

The Educational Program And Its Place In National Parks Administration

Museums In The National Parks

Planning A Park Museum

Museum Technique

Administration Of Park Museums

Nature Trails

Exhibits In Place

Guiding In The National Parks

Lectures In National Parks

Scientific Aspects Of The Park Protection Program

The Research Program In The National Parks

Use Of Recorded Scientific Data

Research Reserves


Libraries In The National Parks

Photography And Visual Education

General Administrative Problems

Proceedings Of The First Park Naturalists' Training Conference Held At Educational Headquarters, Berkeley, California:
November 1-30, 1929
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November 12, 1929.

1. General Consideration of Museum Preparation Which May be Undertaken by the National Park Service StaffC. P. Russell
2. General Consideration of Museum Preparation of Wild Life CollectionsDorr G. Yeager
3. Collecting of Museum Material in Geology and PaleontologyEdwin D. McKee
4. Some Notes on Ethnological and Historical Collections for Park MuseumsFrank T. Been
5. Some Notes on the Collecting and Exhibiting of Historical Material in National Park MuseumC. A. Harwell
6. Random Notes on Museum TechniqueC. F. Brockman
7. References on Museum Technique


The entire day of November 12 was spent at the museum of the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. The morning was devoted to presentation and discussion and the afternoon to a demonstration in museum technique and materials by Frank Tose, Chief Preparator for the California Academy of Sciences.

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