First a history of the establishment, management, and conservation issues of the site, Cumberland Island National Seashore also serves as a revealing look at the ongoing national battle between ecosystem preservation, historic conservation, and lingering private use in the park system. By focusing on the history of one national park, Dilsaver shows vividly the difficulties of preserving land and wildlife while providing recreational opportunities for the public.For Rolland Swain, solving the dilemma of Plum Orcharda#39;s maintenance was paramount. ... 1995 and 1996 he pursued the bureaucratic steps to complete a memorandum of agreement (MOA) giving the Carnegie-Cook Center for the Arts a fifty-year lease on the mansion. ... Don Barger, the organizationa#39;s southeast regionalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cumberland Island National Seashore|
|Author||:||Lary M. Dilsaver|
|Publisher||:||University of Virginia Press - 2004|