The Historic Resource Study (2020) provides an initial overview of the historical context of the monument and examines the broader setting and themes that relate to the industrial innovation, labor relations, and civil rights movement connected to the Pullman Factory and town. It is the final project of a cooperative agreement between the NPS, NPS-Midwest Archeological Center, and Michigan Technological University that started in 2017. The files are PDFs and split into four parts as the most recent versions (April 2020).
The Foundation Document (2017) helps park staff and the public clearly identify the essential information that is necessary for park management to consider when determining future planning efforts, outlining key planning issues, and protecting resources and values that are integral to park purpose and identity. The files are PDFs and the most current versions (June 2017).
These documents can also be found on the National Park Service's website on Planning, Enviroment, and Public Comment.
Law and PolicyThe Superintendent's Compendium is a compilation of designations, closures, permit requirements, and other restrictions made by the superintendent, in addition to what is contained in Title 36 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
Last updated: September 24, 2021