1 edition of Sieur de Monts National Monument 1918 found in the catalog.
Sieur de Monts National Monument 1918
Wild Gardens of Acadia
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However, to commemorate the settlement nearby Dog Mountain had been renamed St. Sauveur in at the request of George B. Dorr, custodian of the new Sieur de Monts National Monument. Also, Aimee Sargent died in and was preceded two years earlier in death by her husband. These events would have weighed against the cross's replacement. In President Woodrow Wilson announced the creation of Sieur de Monts National Monument and later signed an act establishing Lafayette National Park in It wasn't until that the park was known by "Acadia" as we know it today.
About this Item: National Geographic, Magazine. Condition: Good. First Edition. this Magazine is in Good condition. surface chip to top of spine. very thin line of chip to front of front and back cover. few finger sumudges on covers, else, complete, Bright, inside and out. articles include: New York -- Metropolis of mankind; Under the Heel of the Turk; a Day in the Geographic wards. What is currently known as Acadia National Park was initially called Sieur de Monts National Monument, by proclamation of President Woodrow Wilson in That monument was renamed to Lafayette National Park by Congress in , in honor of Marquis de Lafayette. Finally, the park was given its current name in , an Anglicized word meaning.
Sieur de Monts Spring, at the entrance to Acadia National Park. George B. Dorr, a conservation advocate, formed a corporation to buy and conserve land in the Mount Desert Island area. By , the group had purchased some 6, acres, which it gave to the federal government. In , this land became Sieur de Monts National Monument. On July 8, , Sieur de Monts spring was dedicated as a national monument. It thus became a federally protected unit of the national park system, the first located east of the Mississippi and the first created by private donations. It would become Lafayette National Park in and finally be renamed Acadia National Park in
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The Sieur de Monts national monument. The Sieur de Monts National Monument and its Historical Associations Sieur de Monts Publications XVII: THE WHITE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL FOREST and from to there was an average of a new guide book a year for White Mountain travelers.
One published in Concord, N. H., in makes mention of the Mount Washington House, kept by Horace. Sieur de Monts national monument: addresses upon its opening, Aug [Anonymous] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This reproduction was printed from a digital file created at the Library of Congress as part of an extensive scanning effort started with a generous donation from the Alfred P.
Sloan Foundation. The Library is pleased to offer much of its public domain. THE Sieur de Monts National Monument was created by presidential proc- lamation July 8, It includes more than 5, acres on Mount Desert Island, Maine, directly south of Bar Harbor.
In fact, its northern bound- ary lies witliin a mile of that famous resort. established in (the ,acre Grand Canyon National Monument) and another in (the ,acre Mount Olympus National Monument).
InPresident Taft used the Antiquities Act of to establish the Sitka National Monument in Alaska. The new monument was the site of numerous Tlingit artifacts and ancient Size: KB. The Monuments List includes national monuments and their names, land calculations, and dates as specified in presidents' proclamations.
See Frequently Asked Questions (doc) for lists of national monuments designated by Congress, name and designation changes, and abolished sites. Its earliest inhabitants were Native Americans followed by the French and English.
Founded init was first named Sieur de Monts National Monument and inits name was changed to Lafayette National Park. It wasn’t until the Schoodic Peninsula became part of the national park and it became the popular Acadia we know today.
Sieur de Monts National Monument synonyms, Sieur de Monts National Monument pronunciation, Sieur de Monts National Monument translation, English dictionary definition. Topographic map, Acadia National Park and vicinity, Hancock County, Maine. Available also through the Library of Congress web site as a raster image.
2 copies. Sieur de Monts national monument: addresses upon its opening, Aug Publication date Topics Sieur de Monts national monument. [from old catalog] Publisher [Bar Harbor. Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language EnglishPages: THE SIEUR DE MONTS NATIONAL MONUMENT AS A HUGUENOT MEMORIAL.
GEORGE B UCK NAM D ORR De Monts was a Huguenot and the governor of a Huguenot city of refuge in southwestern France. He sprang from a Huguenot family and his father had fonght by King Henry's side through the Rehgious Wars, as had De Monts himself.
However, to commemorate the settlement nearby Dog Mountain had been renamed St. Sauveur in at the request of George B. Dorr, custodian of the new Sieur de Monts National Monument. Also, Aimee Sargent died in and was preceded two years earlier in death by her husband.
These events would have weighed against the cross's : Don Lenahan. Dorr, George Bucknam, Sieur de Monts commission. De Monts and Acadia, an appreciation () Dorr, George Bucknam, Ed., T he Sieur de Monts national monument as commemorating Acadia and early French influences of race and settlement in the United States () Drake, Samuel Adams, The Border Wars of New England, DeCosta, Benjamin F.
Pages in category "Protected areas established in " The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). History: Established as Sieur de Monts National Monument by Presidential ProclamationJuly 8, Redesignated Lafayette National Park by an act of Febru (40 Stat.
Redesignated Lafayette National Park by an act of Febru (40 Stat. The Antiquities Act of is one of our nation's most important conservation tools.
Used to safeguard and preserve federal lands and cultural and historical sites for all Americans to enjoy, 16 presidents have designated national monuments under this authority.
February 26th – Lafayette National Park (Maine); part of the park was originally designated Sieur de Monts national monument in ; was renamed Acadia National Park in November 19th – Zion National Park (Utah); was originally designated Mukuntuweap National Monument in The Maine Vertical File is a compilation of historical material in the collection of the Jesup Memorial Library, in a variety of formats, mostly pertaining to Mount Desert Island but also including information about people, places, and events throughout Maine.
Many of these items are one-of-a-kind or no longer available through other sources. The Coastal setting, rocks and woods of the Sieur de Monts National Monument () ().jpg 2, × 1,; MB The effect of environment on facet number in the bar-eye mutant of Drosophila () ().jpg 2, × 3,; MB.
It was at this time that Boston native George B. Dorr worked tirelessly with Charles W. Eliot and later with John D. Rockefeller Jr. to bring about the National Park, which was organized in as Sieur de Monts monument. The name was changed in to Lafayette National Park .Related articles: Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site, acres (47 hectares), central Ky., near Hodgenville; est.
date of national monument status total area (km 2) privately-owned area (km 2) Monuments are denoted as either national monuments (NM), marine national monuments (MNM), national volcanic monuments (NVM), or national monument and historic shrine (NMHS). Managing agencies include: Sieur de Monts NM became Lafayette NP, later renamed Acadia NP.