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12.18.2001   National Park Service Names First Woman U.S. Park Police Chief

12.10.2001   PHIL ZICHTERMAN RECEIVES 2001 NATIONAL FREEMAN TILDEN AWARD FOR DEVELOPING “JOURNEYS TO WILDERNESS CANYONS”

12.07.2001   FIRST LADY LAURA BUSH TO OPEN “HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS” EXHIBIT DISPLAYING WHITE HOUSE HOLIDAY DECORATIONS

12.05.2001   “HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS” EXHIBIT OPENS DISPLAYING WHITE HOUSE HOLIDAY DECORATIONS

12.05.2001   Dr. Edward T. Linenthal To Advise National Park Service Public Programs

12.04.2001   Brooke Army Medical Center, Texas, Honored with Listing in National Register of Historic Places

11.30.2001   Daniel N. Wenk Named New Manager of the National Park Service's Denver Service Center

10.23.2001   LIGHTING OF THE THOMAS JEFFERSON MEMORIAL SHOWCASES PARTNERSHIP, AESTHETICS, AND ENERGY CONSERVATION

10.23.2001   National Park Service Awards Highest Natural Resource Honors

10.19.2001   Battery Park's Castle Clinton to Reopen

10.09.2001   National Park Service Partnership Purchase Tract of Land

10.04.2001   National Park Entrance Fees To Be Waived Over Veterans Day Weekend To Inspire National Unity, Hope and Healing

10.03.2001   R. Clarke Cooper Named National Park Service Assistant Director for Legislative and Congressional Affairs

10.02.2001   National Park Service Announces Jamestown Scholars

09.26.2001   Donald W. Murphy Appointed As Deputy Director of the National Park Service

09.20.2001   National Park Service and National Endowment for the Arts Announce $13.7 Million in Grants to "Save America's Treasures"

09.18.2001   Washington-Area National Monuments Reopen - National Parks Open Nationwide in Aftermath of U.S. Terrorist Attacks -

09.06.2001   New National Register Travel Itinerary Highlights Indian Mounds of Mississippi

09.06.2001   LIGHTING OF THE THOMAS JEFFERSON MEMORIAL WILL SHOWCASE PARTNERSHIP, AESTHETICS, AND ENERGY CONSERVATION

08.27.2001   Secretary Norton Designates 15 Sites in 11 States as National Historic Landmarks


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