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20 November 2017 The Administrative History of San Miguel Island: the National Park Service on San Miguel from 1963 to 2016
Ian Williams, Mike Hill, Rob Danno, Reed McCluskey, Mike Maki, Bill Ehorn, Ann Huston
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In 2013, retired Park Ranger Mike Hill proposed writing the administrative history of the National Park Service (NPS) on San Miguel Island. An administrative history is the agency history of the NPS at a particular park, or in this case, on a particular island. Toward that end, 5 of the park rangers who have served as San Miguel Island Ranger gathered on that island in November 2013, along with former Superintendent Bill Ehorn and Chief of Cultural Resources Ann Huston. They reflected on years spent on San Miguel and recorded oral history interviews about those times.

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Ian Williams, Mike Hill, Rob Danno, Reed McCluskey, Mike Maki, Bill Ehorn, and Ann Huston "The Administrative History of San Miguel Island: the National Park Service on San Miguel from 1963 to 2016," Western North American Naturalist 78(4), 910-929, (20 November 2017). https://doi.org/10.3398/064.078.0429
Received: 1 March 2017; Accepted: 13 September 2017; Published: 20 November 2017
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