Heavy Equipment on McKenzie Carriage Road - Use Caution
All trails are now open. However, there is still equipment on the McKenzie Carriage Road. Hikers and horse riders should use caution when using that road.
« PUBLICATIONS & ARTICLES
Note: most of the following files are in PDF format, which requires Adobe Reader for viewing. Download it for free here.
Reflections on Environmental History with a Human Face: Experiences from a New National Park Rolf Diamant (pdf - 822kb)
Inheriting Mt. Tom, John Elder, Orion: People and Nature (pdf - 2.3mb)
Conservation with a Human Face: Re-Considering Stewardship, Rolf Diamant, David A. Donath, and Nora J. Mitchell, History News (pdf - 856kb)
CULTURAL LANDSCAPE REPORTS
Cultural Landscape Report for the Mansion Grounds, Volume 1, Site History (18.70mb)
Cultural Landscape Report for the Mansion Grounds, Volume 2, Existing Conditions & Analysis (13.91mb)
Cultural Landscape Report for the Mansion Grounds, Volume 3, Treatment (14.11mb)
Hardcopies of all three volumes are available for viewing at the Carriage Barn Visitor Center; alternately, please contact the park curator at 802-457-3368 ext 12 for more information regarding the reports.
Did You Know?
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller NHP offers the system's first Civil War Home Front tour. 11 African-American veterans of the 54th Massachusetts are buried adjacent to the park. The Shaw Memorial, immortalizing the 54th, can be seen at Saint-Gaudens NHS and Boston African-American NHS.