Volume 2

Proclamations and Orders
Relating to the National Park Service, Vol. II
January 1, 1945 - January 20, 2001

Foreword (94KB PDF)

Table of Contents (309KB PDF)

I.National Parks (200KB PDF)

  1. Hawaii ..............................................................................................................................................1
  2. Olympic ............................................................................................................................................2
  3. Redwood (Lady Bird Johnson Grove) ....................................................................................................8
  4. Rocky Mountain ..........................................................................................................................10, 11

II.National Historic Sites (788KB PDF)

  1. Adams .............................................................................................................................................12
  2. Adams Mansion ................................................................................................................................14
  3. Chicago Portage ................................................................................................................................16
  4. Chimney Rock ...................................................................................................................................18
  5. Christiansted ................................................................................................................................20, 21
  6. Dorchester Heights ............................................................................................................................23
  7. Edison Home ....................................................................................................................................24
  8. Eisenhower .......................................................................................................................................26
  9. Fort Raleigh ......................................................................................................................................28
  10. Golden Spike ....................................................................................................................................30
  11. Grand Portage ...................................................................................................................................31
  12. Hampton .....................................................................................................................................33, 35
  13. Harry S Truman ................................................................................................................................36
  14. Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt ......................................................................................................37, 38
  15. Hopewell Furnace .............................................................................................................................40
  16. Mar-A-Lago ......................................................................................................................................41
  17. McLoughlin House ............................................................................................................................43
  18. Minute Man ......................................................................................................................................44
  19. Pennsylvania Ave ..............................................................................................................................47
  20. Saint Thomas ...................................................................................................................................50
  21. San Juan .........................................................................................................................................53
  22. Touro Synagogue .............................................................................................................................54
  23. Virgin Islands ...................................................................................................................................55

III.National Military Parks (97KB PDF)

  1. Horseshoe Bend ................................................................................................................................57

IV.National Memorials (101KB PDF)

  1. Coronado ...........................................................................................................................................60
  2. Wright Brothers ..................................................................................................................................62

V.National Monuments (3367KB PDF)

  1. Aniakchak .........................................................................................................................................63
  2. Arches .........................................................................................................................................65, 66
  3. Aztec Ruins .......................................................................................................................................69
  4. Bandelier .....................................................................................................................................71, 74
  5. Bering Land Bridge .............................................................................................................................78
  6. Black Canyon of the Gunnison .............................................................................................................80
  7. Buck Island Reef ................................................................................................................82, 84, 85, 86
  8. Cabrillo .........................................................................................................................................90, 91
  9. Cape Krusenstern ...............................................................................................................................97
  10. Capitol Reef ................................................................................................................................99, 100
  11. Channel Islands ................................................................................................................................104
  12. Chesapeake and Ohio Canal ..............................................................................................................107
  13. Colorado ...........................................................................................................................................109
  14. Craters of the Moon ....................................................................................................................113, 114
  15. Death Valley .....................................................................................................................................119
  16. Denali ..............................................................................................................................................121
  17. Edison Laboratory .............................................................................................................................123
  18. Effigy Mounds ...................................................................................................................................125
  19. Fort Matanzas ...................................................................................................................................129
  20. Fort McHenry ....................................................................................................................................132
  21. Fort Pulaski .......................................................................................................................................134
  22. Gates of the Arctic .............................................................................................................................136
  23. Glacier Bay ................................................................................................................................138, 140
  24. Governors Island .................................................................................................................................142
  25. Grand Canyon-Parashant ....................................................................................................................145
  26. Great Sand Dunes .......................................................................................................................150, 151
  27. Hovenweep ...........................................................................................................................154, 155, 156
  28. Katmai ........................................................................................................................................158, 159
  29. Kenai Fjords .......................................................................................................................................162
  30. Kobuk Valley ......................................................................................................................................164
  31. Lake Clark ..........................................................................................................................................166
  32. Lava Beds ...........................................................................................................................................168
  33. Marble Canyon ....................................................................................................................................170
  34. Minidoka Internment .............................................................................................................................173
  35. Muir Woods .................................................................................................................................176, 180
  36. Natural Bridges ....................................................................................................................................182
  37. Noatak ................................................................................................................................................184
  38. Pinnacles ............................................................................................................................................186
  39. Russell Cave ........................................................................................................................................190
  40. Saguaro ...............................................................................................................................................193
  41. Santa Rosa Island ................................................................................................................................195
  42. Sitka ...................................................................................................................................................196
  43. Statue of Liberty ...................................................................................................................................200
  44. Timpanogos Cave .................................................................................................................................202
  45. Tumacacori ..........................................................................................................................................203
  46. Virgin Islands Coral Reef .......................................................................................................................205
  47. White Sands .......................................................................................................................................209
  48. Wrangell-St. Elias ................................................................................................................................211
  49. Yukon-Charley .....................................................................................................................................214

VI.National Capital Parks (96KB PDF)

  1. FDR Memorial Park ..............................................................................................................................216
  2. Washington Monument .........................................................................................................................217

VII.Miscellaneous Enactments (139KB PDF)

  1. American Heritage Rivers ......................................................................................................................218
  2. Klondike Gold Rush International Historical Park .....................................................................................220
  3. Northern Mariana Islands, Federated states of Micronesia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands .............222
  4. Republic of Palau .................................................................................................................................225

VIII.Executive Orders (2687KB PDF)

9633Sept. 28, 1945Reserving and Placing Certain Resources of the Continental Shelf
Under the Control and Jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Interior .............................................................227

9701Mar. 4, 1946US Land-Rights to Fissionable Material.......................................................................228

9776Sept. 5, 1946Reopening East Executive Avenue to Public Travel…................................................. 230

9851May 13, 1947Mount Vernon Memorial Highway……………………....................................................231

9908Dec. 5, 1947Source Material In Certain US Lands…………………....................................................235

10014Nov. 3, 1949Surface and Underground Waters – Prevention of Pollution..........................................237

10355May 26, 1952Secretary of Interior-Delegation of Authority to Withdraw or Reserve Public Lands.........238

10950June 27, 1961Secretary of Interior to Approve Selections by of Alaska of Public Lands.....................240

11017April 27, 1962Outdoor Recreation Resources-Recreation Advisory Council.......................................241

11145Mar. 7, 1964White House-Curator; Committee For Preservation......................................................243

11200Feb. 26, 1965Providing for Establishing User Fees Pursuant
to Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965....................................................................................245

11210Mar. 25, 1965Temporary Commission on Pennsylvania Ave............................................................249

11218April 24, 1965Recreation Advisory Council-Amendment to Executive Order No. 11017.......................251

11237July 27, 1965Prescribing Regulations for Coordinating Planning and Acquisition of Land....................252

11258Nov. 17, 1965Prevention, Control, and Abatement of Water Pollution by Federal Activities.................255

11278May 4, 1966Establishing a President's Council and a Committee on Recreation and Natural Beauty...259

11282May 26, 1966Prevention, Control, and Abatement of Air Pollution by Federal Activities.......................262

11288July 2, 1966Prevention, Control, and Abatement of Water Pollution by Federal Activities....................265

11296Aug. 11, 1966Evaluation of Flood Hazard in Locating Federally Owned or Financed Buildings, Roads, Facilities................................................................................................................................................269

11347April 20, 1967Amendment of Executive Order No. 11210 Establishing a Temporary Commission on
Pennsylvania Avenue...............................................................................................................................271

11472May 29, 1969Establishing Environmental Quality Council and and Citizens' Advisory Committee on
Environmental Quality..............................................................................................................................272

11507Feb. 4, 1970Prevention, Control, and Abatement of Air and Water Pollution at Federal Facilities .........275

11508Feb. 10, 1970Providing for Identification of Unneeded Federal Real Property.......................................279

11514Mar. 5, 1970Protection and Enhancement of Environmental Quality...................................................281

11593May 13, 1971Protection and Enhancement of the Cultural Environment..............................................284

11602June 29, 1971Providing for Administration for the Clean Air Act With Respect to Federal Contracts, Grants, or Loans......................................................................................................................................................287

11643Feb. 8, 1972Environment Safeguards on Activities for Animal Damage Control on Federal Lands..........289

11644Feb. 8, 1972Use of Off-Road Vehicles on the Public Lands...............................................................291

11738Sept. 10, 1973Providing for Administration of the Clean Air Act and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act With Respect to Federal Contracts, Grants, and Loans........................................................................................................293

11741Oct. 15, 1973Federal Agency Use of the Official American Revolution Bicentennial Symbol..................296

11752Dec. 17, 1973Prevention, Control, and Abatement of Environmental Pollution at Federal Facilities.........297

11815Oct. 23, 1974Delegating to the National Capital Planning Commission the Function of Establishing the
Metes and Bounds of the National Capital Service Area................................................................................301

11870July 18, 1975Environmental Safeguards on Activities for Animal Damage Control on Federal Lands.......302

11911April 13, 1976Preservation of Endangered Species............................................................................304

11917May 28, 1976Amending Executive Order No. 11643 Relating to Environmental Safeguards on Activities for Animal Damage Control on Federal Lands...........................................................................................................................306

11987May 24, 1977Exotic Organisms.......................................................................................................307

11988May 24, 1977Floodplain Management...............................................................................................308

11989May 24, 1977Off-Road Vehicles on Public Lands ...............................................................................311

11990May 24, 1977Protection of Wetlands.................................................................................................312

11991May 24, 1977Protection and Enhancement of Environmental Quality....................................................314

12001June 29, 1977Bicentennial Functions - Transferring to Secretary of Interior...........................................315

12072Aug. 16, 1978Federal Space Management.........................................................................................316

12088Oct. 13, 1978Federal Compliance with Pollution Control Standards.......................................................319

12291Feb. 17, 1981Federal Regulation.......................................................................................................322

12316Aug. 14, 1981Responses to Environmental Damage ..........................................................................328

12342Jan. 21, 1982Environmental Safeguards for Animal Damage Control on Federal Lands...........................332

12348Feb. 25, 1982Federal Real Property...................................................................................................333

12501Jan. 28, 1985Arctic Research............................................................................................................335

12503Jan. 28, 1985Presidential Commission on Outdoor Recreation Resources Review..................................339

12512April 29, 1985Federal Real Property Management...............................................................................341

12529Aug. 14, 1985President's Commission on Americans Outdoors............................................................343

12548Feb. 14, 1986Grazing Fees...............................................................................................................344

12553Feb. 25, 1986Revocation of Various Executive Orders..........................................................................345

12555Mar. 10, 1986Protection of Cultural Property.......................................................................................346

12569Oct. 16, 1986Management of the Compact of Free Association With the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, and the Republic of Palau........................................................................................................348

12572Nov. 3, 1986Relations With the Northern Mariana Islands......................................................................351

12608Sept. 9, 1987Elimination of Unnecessary Executive Orders and Technical Amendments to Others...........352

12612Oct. 26, 1987Federalism....................................................................................................................353

12630Mar. 15, 1988Governmental Actions and Interference With Constitutionally Protected Property Rights......357

12737Dec. 12, 1990President's Commission on Environmental Quality............................................................361

12759April 17, 1991Federal Energy Management..........................................................................................362

12777Oct. 18, 1991Implementation of Section 311 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act of October 18, 1972, as amended, and the Oil Pollution Act of 1980...........................................................................................................................365

12780Oct. 31, 1991Federal Agency Recycling and the Council on Federal Recycling and Procurement Policy....372

12843April 21, 1993Procurement Requirements and Policies for Federal Agencies for Ozone-Depleting Substances..................................................................................................................................................376

12844April 21, 1993Federal Use of Alternative Fueled Vehicles......................................................................379

12845April 21, 1993Requiring Agencies To Purchase Energy Efficient Computer Equipment.............................381

12852June 29, 1993President's Council on Sustainable Development..............................................................383

12855July 19, 1993Amendment to Executive Order No. 12852 – President's Council on Sustainable Development.................................................................................................................................................385

12856Aug. 3, 1993Federal Compliance With Right-To-Know Laws and Pollution Prevention Requirements..........386

12866Sept. 30, 1993Regulatory Planning and Review.....................................................................................393

12869Sept. 30, 1993Continuance of Certain Federal Advisory Committees.......................................................403

12873Oct. 20, 1993Federal Acquisition, Recycling, and Waste Prevention........................................................404

12875Oct. 26, 1993Enhancing the Intergovernmental Partnership.....................................................................413

12877Nov. 3, 1993Amendment to Executive Order No. 12569 Concerning the Compact of Free Association .......415

12898Feb. 11, 1994Federal Actions To Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low-Income Populations...................................................................................................................................................416

12902Mar. 8, 1994Energy Efficiency and Water Conservation at Federal Facilities.............................................421

12915May 13, 1994Federal Implementation of the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation.......431

12916May 13, 1994Implementation of the Border Environment Cooperation Commission and the North
American Development Bank...........................................................................................................................434

12962June 7, 1995Recreational Fisheries......................................................................................................436

12969Aug. 8, 1995Federal Acquisition and Community Right-to-Know..............................................................438

12980Nov. 17, 1995Further Amendment to Executive Order No. 12852, as Amended - President's Council on
Sustainable Development................................................................................................................................442

12986Jan. 18, 1996International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources...................................443

12995Mar. 25, 1996Amendment to Executive Order No. 12873- Federal Acquisition, Recycling, and Waste Prevention......................................................................................................................................................444

13006May 21, 1996Federal Facilities on Historic Properties in Our Nation's Central Cities...................................445

13007May 24, 1996Indian Sacred Sites..........................................................................................................447

13031Dec. 13, 1996Federal Alternative Fueled Vehicle Leadership....................................................................449

13061Sept. 11, 1997Federal Support of Community Efforts Along American Heritage Rivers................................452

13080Apr. 7, 1998American Heritage Rivers Initiative Advisory Committee..........................................................456

13083May 14, 1998Federalism.......................................................................................................................458

13084May 14, 1998Consultation and Coordination with Indian Tribal Governments...............................................461

13089June 11, 1998Coral Reef Protection.......................................................................................................463

13093July 27, 1998American Heritage Rivers Amending Executive 13061 and 13080..........................................466

13112Feb. 3, 1999Invasive Species.................................................................................................................467

13114Feb. 25, 1999Further Amendment to Executive Order 12852, as Amended – President's Council on Sustainable Development....................................................................................................................................................471

13123June 3, 1999Greening the Government Through Efficient Energy Management...........................................472

13132Aug. 4, 1999Federalism........................................................................................................................483

13148April 21, 2000Greening the Government Through Leadership in Environmental Management........................488

13149April 21, 2000Greening the Government Through Federal Fleet and Transportation Efficiency.......................501

13158May 26, 2000Marine Protected Areas......................................................................................................506

13175Nov. 6, 2000Consultation and Coordination With Indian Tribal Governments................................................509

13178Dec. 4, 2000Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Coral Reef Ecosystem Reserve...............................................513

13185Dec. 28, 2000To Strengthen the Federal Government-University Research Partnership.................................521

13186Jan. 10, 2001Responsibilities of Federal Agencies to Protect Migratory Birds.............................................523

13195Jan. 18, 2001Trails for America in the 21st Century..................................................................................527

13196Jan. 18, 2001Final Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Coral Reef Ecosystem Reserve.....................................529

Appendix I (67KB PDF)

I.National Military Parks (404KB PDF)

  1. Chickamauga and Chattanooga, Georgia and Tennessee .......................................................................535
  2. Fort Donelson, Tennessee ... ...............................................................................................................539
  3. Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County Battle Fields Memorial, Virginia.................................................543
  4. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania ....................................................................................................................547
  5. Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina ......................................................................................................550
  6. Kings Mountain, South Carolina ...........................................................................................................553
  7. Moores Creek, North Carolina ..............................................................................................................554
  8. Petersburg, Virginia .............................................................................................................................556
  9. Shiloh, Tennessee ...............................................................................................................................559
  10. Stones River, Tennessee ......................................................................................................................563
  11. Vicksburg, Mississippi .........................................................................................................................567

II.National Parks (123KB PDF)

  1. Abraham Lincoln, Kentucky ..................................................................................................................571
  2. Fort McHenry, Maryland .......................................................................................................................573

III.Battlefield Sites (250KB PDF)

  1. Antietam, Maryland ..............................................................................................................................575
  2. Appomattox, Virginia ............................................................................................................................577
  3. Brices Cross Roads, Mississippi ...........................................................................................................578
  4. Chalmette Monument and Grounds, Louisiana ........................................................................................579
  5. Cowpens, South Caroliina .....................................................................................................................580
  6. Fort Necessity, Pennsylvania ................................................................................................................581
  7. Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia ..................................................................................................................582
  8. Monocacy, Maryland .............................................................................................................................583
  9. Tupelo, Mississippi ...............................................................................................................................586

IV.National Monuments (93KB PDF)

  1. White Plains, New York .........................................................................................................................587
  2. Big Hole Battlefield, Montana ..................................................................................................................587
  3. Cabrillo Monument, California .................................................................................................................587
  4. Castle Pinckney, South Carolina .............................................................................................................587
  5. Father Millet Cross, New York ................................................................................................................587
  6. Fort Marion, Florida ................................................................................................................................587
  7. Fort Matanzas, Florida ............................................................................................................................587
  8. Fort Pulaski, Georgia ..............................................................................................................................587
  9. Meriwether Lewis, Tennessee ..................................................................................................................587
  10. Mound City Group, Ohio ..........................................................................................................................587
  11. Statue of Liberty, New York .....................................................................................................................587

V.Miscellaneous Memorials (423KB PDF)

  1. Camp Blount Tablets, Tennessee ............................................................................................................589
  2. Kill Devil Hill Monument, North Carolina ....................................................................................................590
  3. Lee Mansion, Virginia .............................................................................................................................591
  4. New Echota Marker, Georgia ...................................................................................................................592

VI.National Cemeteries (196KB PDF)

  1. Battleground, District of Columbia ............................................................................................................601
  2. Antietam, Maryland ...........................................................................................................575, 601, 602, 603
  3. Vicksburg, Mississippi .....................................................................................................................567, 602
  4. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania ..........................................................................................................547, 601, 602
  5. Chattanooga, Tennessee ..................................................................................................................535, 596
  6. Fort Donelson, Tennessee ................................................................................................................539, 601
  7. Shiloh, Tennessee ............................................................................................................................539, 602
  8. Stones River, Tennessee ...................................................................................................................563, 602
  9. Fredicksburg, Virginia ...............................................................................................................................601
  10. Poplar Grove, Virginia ...............................................................................................................................601
  11. Yorktown, Virginia ....................................................................................................................................602

Appendix II (9092KB PDF)

National Monument Proclamations for sites that are managed by other federal agencies.

  1. Admiralty Island (administered by the U.S. Forest Service) ...........................................................................605
  2. Agua Fria (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) .......................................................................609
  3. Becharof (administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) .......................................................................613
  4. California Coastal (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) ............................................................615
  5. Canyons of the Ancients (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) ..................................................618
  6. Carrizo Plain (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) ...................................................................623
  7. Cascade-Siskiyou (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) ...........................................................627
  8. Craters of the Moon (co-administered by the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management) .........631
  9. Giant Sequoia (administered by the U.S. Forest Service) ...............................................................................636
  10. Gila Cliff Dwellings (administered by the U.S. Forest Service April 28, 1975) ....................................................642
  11. Grand Canyon-Parashant (co-administered by the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management) ..644
  12. Grand Staircase Escalante (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) ................................................649
  13. Hanford Research (administered by the Department of Energy) .......................................................................654
  14. Ironwood Forest (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) ................................................................659
  15. Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) ................................................663
  16. Misty Fiords (administered by the U.S. Forest Service) ..................................................................................667
  17. Pompeys Pillar (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) .................................................................672
  18. President Lincoln and Soldiers' Home (administered by the Armed Forces Retirement Home) ............................675
  19. Sonoran Desert (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) .................................................................678
  20. Upper Missouri River Breaks (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) ..............................................683
  21. Vermilion Cliffs (administered by the Bureau of Land Management) ..................................................................688
  22. Yukon Flats (administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) ....................................................................692

Appendix III (277KB PDF)

1909 proclamation for Mount Olympus National Monument that was omitted from the 1946 volume ofProclamations and Orders, National Park Service......................................................................................................................................692

Appendix IV (92KB PDF)

Executive Orders omitted from the 1946 volume of Proclamations and Orders, National Park Service.

  1. Executive Order 9146 of April 24, 1942 Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to Withdraw and Reserve Public Lands .....................................................................................................................................................................699
  2. Executive Order 9337 of April 24, 1943 Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to Withdraw and Reserve Lands of the Public Domain and other Lands owned or controlled by the United States ................................................................................................700

Appendix V (100KB PDF)

List of proclamations in this volume by Presidential Administration ........................................................................701

PROCLAMATIONS BY PRESIDENTIAL ADMINISTRATION

President Harry S Truman

2659 Aug. 13, 1945 Santa Rosa Island NM .......................................................................................................195

2681 Mar. 12, 1946 Great Sand Dunes NM........................................................................................................150

2773 Mar. 24, 1948 Fort Matanzas NM ............................................................................................................129
2787 May 27, 1948 Aztec Ruins NM ................................................................................................................ 69
2795 July 2, 1948 Fort McHenry NM ................................................................................................................132

2825 Feb. 9, 1949 Channel Islands NM ...............................................................................................................104
2860 Oct. 25, 1949 Effigy Mounds NM................................................................................................................125

2924 April 26, 1951 Hovenweep.NM...................................................................................................................154
2925 April 27, 1951 Lava Beds NM.....................................................................................................................168
2932 June 26, 1951 Muir Woods NM..................................................................................................................176

2961 Jan. 17, 1952 Death Valley NM...................................................................................................................119
2965 Feb. 25, 1952 Sitka NM...............................................................................................................................196
2995 Nov. 5, 1952 Coronado NM....................................................................................................................... 60
2998 Nov. 20, 1952 Hovenweep NM...................................................................................................................155

3003 Jan. 6, 1953 Olympic.....................................................................................................................................2

President Dwight D. Eisenhower

3024 June 24, 1953 White Sands NM...................................................................................................................209

3089 Mar. 31, 1955 Glacier Bay NM....................................................................................................................138

3132 April 6, 1956 Hovenweep NM......................................................................................................................156
3138 June 7, 1956 Great Sand Dunes NM.............................................................................................................151
3144 June 27, 1956 Rocky Mountain NP.............................................................................................................. 10
3148 July 14, 1956 Edison Laboratory NM............................................................................................................123

3228 Mar. 28, 1958 Tumacacori NM.....................................................................................................................203
3249 July 2, 1958 Capitol Reef NM...................................................................................................................... 99
3254 Aug. 14, 1958 Fort Pulaski NM.....................................................................................................................134

3273 Feb. 2, 1959 Cabrillo NM............................................................................................................................. 90
3307 Aug. 7, 1959 Colorado NM...........................................................................................................................109
3308 Aug. 11, 1959 Horseshoe Bend NMP........................................................................................................... 57

3311 Sept. 8, 1959 Muir Woods NM.....................................................................................................................180

3344 April 8, 1960 Black Canyon of Gunnison NM................................................................................................ 80
3360 July 22, 1960 Arches NM............................................................................................................................. 65
3374 Sept. 23, 1960 Rocky Mountain NP.............................................................................................................. 11

3388 Jan. 9, 1961 Bandelier NM............................................................................................................................ 71
3391 Jan. 18, 1961 Chesapeake and Ohio Canal NM.............................................................................................107

President John F. Kennedy

3413 May 11, 1961 Russell Cave NM....................................................................................................................190
3439 Nov. 15, 1961 Saguaro NM...........................................................................................................................193
3443 Dec. 28, 1961 Buck Island Reef NM..............................................................................................................82

3457 Mar. 27, 1962 Timpanogos Cave NM............................................................................................................202
3467 April 17, 1962 Gila Cliff Dwellings NM...........................................................................................................642
3486 Aug. 14, 1962 Natural Bridges NM................................................................................................................182
3506 Nov. 19, 1962 Craters of the Moon NM.........................................................................................................113

3539 June 4, 1963 Bandelier NM .......................................................................................................................71, 74

President Lyndon B. Johnson

3656 May 11, 1965 Statue of Liberty NM..............................................................................................................200

3887 Jan. 20, 1969 Arches NM.............................................................................................................................. 66
3888 Jan. 20, 1969 Capitol Reef NM.....................................................................................................................100
3889 Jan. 20, 1969 Marble Canyon NM................................................................................................................170
3890 Jan. 20, 1969 Katmai NM.............................................................................................................................158
3891 Jan. 20, 1969 FDR Memorial Park................................................................................................................216

President Richard M. Nixon

3925 Aug. 27, 1969 Lady Bird Johnson Grove– Redwood NP.................................................................................. 8

4064 July 6, 1971 Washington Monument..............................................................................................................217

President Gerald R. Ford

4319 Sept. 28, 1974 Cabrillo NM........................................................................................................................... 91

4346 Feb. 1, 1975 Buck Island Reef NM................................................................................................................ 84
4359 Mar. 28, 1975 Buck Island Reef NM............................................................................................................. 85

President Jimmy Carter

4611 Dec. 1, 1978 Admiralty Island NM...............................................................................................................605
4612 Dec. 1, 1978 Aniakchak NM........................................................................................................................ 63
4613 Dec. 1, 1978 Becharof NM..........................................................................................................................613
4614 Dec. 1, 1978 Bering Land Bridge NM........................................................................................................... 78
4615 Dec. 1, 1978 Cape Krusenstern NM............................................................................................................. 97
4616 Dec. 1, 1978 Denali NM..............................................................................................................................121
4617 Dec. 1, 1978 Gates of the Arctic NM...........................................................................................................136
4618 Dec. 1, 1978 Glacier Bay NM......................................................................................................................140
4619 Dec. 1, 1978 Katmai NM.............................................................................................................................159
4620 Dec. 1, 1978 Kenai Fjords NM....................................................................................................................162
4621 Dec. 1, 1978 Kobuk Valley NM...................................................................................................................164
4622 Dec. 1, 1978 Lake Clark NM.......................................................................................................................166
4623 Dec. 1, 1978 Misty Fjords NM.....................................................................................................................667
4624 Dec. 1, 1978 Noatak NM.............................................................................................................................184
4625 Dec. 1, 1978 Wrangell-St. Elias NM.............................................................................................................211
4626 Dec. 1, 1978 Yukon-Charley NM.................................................................................................................214
4627 Dec. 1, 1978 Yukon Flats NM......................................................................................................................692


President Ronald Reagan


5564 Nov. 3, 1986 Northern Mariana Islands, Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands.....................................................................................................................................................................222

President William J. Clinton


6726 Sept. 27, 1994 Republic of Palau...................................................................................................................225
6920 Sept. 18, 1996 Grand Staircase Escalante NM...............................................................................................653
7112 July 30, 1998 American Heritage Rivers........................................................................................................218
7114 Aug. 5, 1998 Klondike Gold Rush IHP..........................................................................................................220
7263 Jan. 11, 2000 Agua Fria NM.........................................................................................................................609
7264 Jan. 11, 2000 California Coastal NM.............................................................................................................615
7265 Jan. 11, 2000 Grand Canyon –Parashant NM.........................................................................................145,644
7266 Jan. 11, 2000 Pinnacles NM..........................................................................................................................186
7295 April 15, 2000 Giant Sequoia NM.................................................................................................................636
7317 June 9, 2000 Canyons of the Ancients NM....................................................................................................618
7318 June 9, 2000 Cascade-Siskiyou NM.............................................................................................................627
7319 June 9, 2000 Hanford Reach NM..................................................................................................................654
7320 June 9, 2000 Ironwood Forest NM...............................................................................................................659
7329 July 7, 2000 President Lincoln and Soldiers' Home NM.................................................................................675
7373 Nov. 9, 2000 Craters of the Moon NM...................................................................................................114,631
7374 Nov. 9, 2000 Vermilion Cliffs NM..................................................................................................................688
7392 Jan. 17, 2001 Buck Island Reef NM............................................................................................................... 86
7393 Jan. 17, 2001 Carrizo Plain NM.....................................................................................................................623
7394 Jan. 17, 2001 Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks NM...............................................................................................663
7395 Jan. 17, 2001 Minidoka Internment NM.........................................................................................................173
7396 Jan. 17, 2001 Pompeys Pillar NM..................................................................................................................672
7397 Jan. 17, 2001 Sonoran Desert NM.................................................................................................................678
7398 Jan. 17, 2001 Upper Missouri River Breaks NM.............................................................................................683
7399 Jan. 17, 2001 Virgin Islands Coral Reef NM...................................................................................................205
7402 Jan. 19, 2001 Governors Island NM ..............................................................................................................142

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