Defending National Park Idealism: The Mystique: Memoirs from a Career in the National Park Service, Part 2, 1965-93
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A unique idealism, a mystique, is the foundation of the National Park Idea. It will not survive without advocacy and consistent defense. These memoirs follow that theme in a nearly day-to-day record of the author’s experience working for the National Park Service and the University of Montana.
Part 2 covers 1965-1993, during which the author worked for the National Park Service in Glacier National Park and for the University of Montana as a School of Forestry faculty member.
Park rangers, National parks and reserves, Natural history, University of Montana (Missoula, Mont. : 1965-1994)
Glacier National Park (Mont.); Missoula (Mont.)
Time Period Covered
© 2014 B. Riley McClelland
University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library
McClelland, B. Riley, "Defending National Park Idealism: The Mystique: Memoirs from a Career in the National Park Service, Part 2, 1965-93" (2014). B. Riley McClelland Memoir. 2.