Historic Resource Study, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, 1984

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Historic Resource Study: Crater Lake National Park, Oregon by Linda W. Greene, 1984.

  1. Resources 1984 – Preface
  2. Resources 1984 – I. Formation of the Crater Lake Environment A. Northern Plateau Area of Southern Oregon
  3. Resources 1984 – B. Prehistoric Indian Occupation of the Crater Lake Vicinity
  4. Resources 1984 – C. Historic Indian Occupation of the Crater Lake Vicinity
  5. Resources 1984 – C. Historic Indian Occupation of the Crater Lake Vicinity 1. The Klamaths
  6. Resources 1984 – C. Historic Indian Occupation of the Crater Lake Vicinity 2. The Modocs
  7. Resources 1984 – II. White Men Slowly Penetrate the Southern Oregon Wilderness A. Early Exploration by Fur Traders
  8. Resources 1984 – B. New Land Routes Through Southern Oregon Studied
  9. Resources 1984 – C. Opening of the Southern Emigrant Route
  10. Resources 1984 – D. Gold Rush of 1849 Accelerates Oregon Settlement
  11. Resources 1984 – E. Gold Mining Begins in Southern Oregon
  12. Resources 1984 – III. Discovery of Crater Lake A. John Wesley Hillman
  13. Resources 1984 – B. Chauncey Nye
  14. Resources 1984 – C. Captain Franklin B. Sprague
  15. Resources 1984 – D. Later Visits to Crater Lake
  16. Resources 1984 – E. James Sutton Party
  17. Resources 1984 – IV. Indian Perceptions of Crater Lake A. Early Observations by White Men
  18. Resources 1984 – B. Role of Crater Lake in Shamanistic Quests
  19. Resources 1984 – C. Indian Myths Explaining Geological Occurrences
  20. Resources 1984 – D. Legends Surrounding Crater Lake
  21. Resources 1984 – V. Geological and Biological Information on Crater Lake Area A. Mount Mazama
  22. Resources 1984 – B. Formation of Lake
  23. Resources 1984 – C. Description of Lake 1. Statistics
  24. Resources 1984 – C. Description of Lake 2. Color
  25. Resources 1984 – D. Volcanic Parks 1. Importance in National Park System
  26. Resources 1984 – D. Volcanic Parks 2. Importance of Crater Lake National Park
  27. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park
  28. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 1. Rim Slopes
  29. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 2. Wizard Island
  30. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 3. The Watchman
  31. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 4. Hillman Peak
  32. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 5. Devils Backbone
  33. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 6. Llao Rock
  34. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 7. Red Cone, Timber Crater
  35. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 8. Pumice Desert
  36. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 9. Mazama Rock
  37. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 10. Palisade Point
  38. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 11. Wineglass
  39. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 12. Redcloud Cliff
  40. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 13. Castle Rock (Pumice Castle)
  41. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 14. Mount Scott
  42. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 15. Kerr Notch
  43. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 16. The Pinnacles
  44. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 17. Phantom Ship
  45. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 18. Sun Notch
  46. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 19. Godfrey Glen and Colonnades
  47. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 20. Union Peak
  48. Resources 1984 – E. Points of Geological Interest in Crater Lake National Park 21. Llao’s Hallway
  49. Resources 1984 – F. Other Natural Resources 1. Forests and Plant Life
  50. Resources 1984 – F. Other Natural Resources 2. Wildlife
  51. Resources 1984 – F. Other Natural Resources 2. Wildlife
  52. Resources 1984 – G. Will Mount Mazama Erupt Again?
  53. Resources 1984 – VI. Steps Leading Toward Establishment of Crater Lake National Park A. Further Exploration of Crater Lake by Boat
  54. Resources 1984 – B. Crater Lake Meets the Camera
  55. Resources 1984 – C. Scientific Studies Commence
  56. Resources 1984 – D. William Gladstone Steel
  57. Resources 1984 – E. Commercial Exploitation Threatens National Forestlands
  58. Resources 1984 – F. Emergence of a National Conservation Philosophy
  59. Resources 1984 – G. Steel Mounts a Campaign to Save Crater Lake
  60. Resources 1984 – H. The Dutton Survey
  61. Resources 1984 – I. John Muir Assists the National Park Concept
  62. Resources 1984 – J. Federal Forest Reservations
  63. Resources 1984 – K. Cascade Range Forest Reserve
  64. Resources 1984 – L. The Mazamas’ Expedition to Crater Lake
  65. Resources 1984 – M. The National Forest Commission Visits Crater Lake
  66. Resources 1984 – N. Crater Lake National Park
  67. Resources 1984 – O. Provisions of the Crater Lake Act
  68. Resources 1984 – P. William Steel and the Preservation of Crater Lake
  69. Resources 1984 – Q. Park Boundaries
  70. Resources 1984 – VII. Concessionaire Development of Visitor Services A. Crater Lake Company Begins Construction of Lodge
  71. Resources 1984 – B. The Crater Lake National Park Company Takes Over Park Concessions
  72. Resources 1984 – C. Cafeteria and Cabins Added to Rim Village
  73. Resources 1984 – D. The National Park Service Purchases the Lodge and Ponders Its Future
  74. Resources 1984 – E. Importance of Crater Lake Lodge
  75. Resources 1984 – VIII. Roads of Crater Lake National Park A. Approaches to the Park
  76. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 1. Early Conditions Call for Improvements
  77. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 2. A New Road to the Rim
  78. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 3. First Cars Reach the Lake
  79. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 4. Accounts by Early Visitors
  80. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 5. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Plans the Park Road System
  81. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 6. Several New Roads Contemplated
  82. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 7. Plans Made for First Rim Road
  83. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 8. Annie Spring and Goodbye Creek Bridges
  84. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 9. Plans Made for Second Rim Road
  85. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 10. Motorways
  86. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 11. Restraints Imposed by Snow and a World War
  87. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 12. New Bridges Needed
  88. Resources 1984 – B. Entrance Road and Bridges 13. Evaluations and Recommendations
  89. Resources 1984 – IX. Trails and Campgrounds of Crater Lake National Park A. Rim Trails
  90. Resources 1984 – IX. Trails and Campgrounds of Crater Lake National Park B. Wizard Island Trails
  91. Resources 1984 – IX. Trails and Campgrounds of Crater Lake National Park C. Castle Crest and Lake Circle Trails
  92. Resources 1984 – IX. Trails and Campgrounds of Crater Lake National Park D. Other Trails
  93. Resources 1984 – IX. Trails and Campgrounds of Crater Lake National Park E. Summary of Park Trail System
  94. Resources 1984 – E. Summary of Park Trail System 1. On the Rim
  95. Resources 1984 – E. Summary of Park Trail System 2. Northwest Section of Park
  96. Resources 1984 – E. Summary of Park Trail System 3. Northeast Section of Park
  97. Resources 1984 – E. Summary of Park Trail System 4. Southeast Section of Park
  98. Resources 1984 – E. Summary of Park Trail System 5. Southwest Section of Park
  99. Resources 1984 – F. Campgrounds
  100. Resources 1984 – G. Evaluations and Recommendations
  101. Resources 1984 – X. Construction of Buildings and Landscaping in Crater Lake A. Functionalism Dictates Styles at Annie Spring Camp
  102. Resources 1984 – B. The Rustic Architecture Program of the National Park Service
  103. Resources 1984 – C. Kiser Studio (Bldg. #066)
  104. Resources 1984 – D. Headquarters Moved to Government Camp
  105. Resources 1984 – E. Community House (Bldg. #116) Erected and Government Headquarters Enlarged
  106. Resources 1984 – F. Building Inventory of 1926
  107. Resources 1984 – G. Western Field Office of National Park Service Implements Rustic Architecture Program
  108. Resources 1984 – H. Construction Plans for 1928
  109. Resources 1984 – I. Building Inventory of 1929
  110. Resources 1984 – J. Physical Changes from 1930 to 1931
  111. Resources 1984 – K. Important Additions to Headquarters Complex in 1932
  112. Resources 1984 – K. Important Additions to Headquarters Complex in 1932 1. Administration Building
  113. Resources 1984 – K. Important Additions to Headquarters Complex in 1932 2. Superintendent’s Residence
  114. Resources 1984 – K. Important Additions to Headquarters Complex in 1932 3. Naturalist’s Residence
  115. Resources 1984 – K. Important Additions to Headquarters Complex in 1932 4. Ranger Dormitory (Club House)
  116. Resources 1984 – K. Important Additions to Headquarters Complex in 1932 5. Final Field Activity in 1932
  117. Resources 1984 – L. Civilian Conservation Corps Work Performed in Park
  118. Resources 1984 – M. Landscaping 1. Rim Area
  119. Resources 1984 – M. Landscaping 2. Ranger Dormitory, Superintendent’s Residence, Naturalist’s Residence, and three Employee Residences
  120. Resources 1984 – N. Emergency Conservation Work Camps 1. Camp No. 1
  121. Resources 1984 – N. Emergency Conservation Work Camps 2. Camp No. 2 (Wineglass Camp)
  122. Resources 1984 – N. Emergency Conservation Work Camps 3. Work Accomplished
  123. Resources 1984 – O. Construction Activity Tapers Off
  124. Resources 1984 – XI. Summary of Important Structures A. List of Classified Structures
  125. Resources 1984 – XI. Summary of Important Structures B. National Register of Historic Places
  126. Resources 1984 – C. Structures Eligible for the National Register 1. Headquarters Area
  127. Resources 1984 – C. Structures Eligible for the National Register 2. Watchman Fire Lookout (Bldg. #168)
  128. Resources 1984 – C. Structures Eligible for the National Register 3. Sinnott Memorial Building (Bldg. #067)
  129. Resources 1984 – D. Structures Not Eligible for the National Register 1. Exhibit Building (Bldg. #066)
  130. Resources 1984 – D. Structures Not Eligible for the National Register 2. Community Building
  131. Resources 1984 – D. Structures Not Eligible for the National Register 3. Cafeteria Cabins
  132. Resources 1984 – D. Structures Not Eligible for the National Register 4. Sleepy Hollow Residential Area
  133. Resources 1984 – D. Structures Not Eligible for the National Register 5. Steel Circle Residential Area
  134. Resources 1984 – D. Structures Not Eligible for the National Register 6. Miscellaneous Structures
  135. Resources 1984 – XII. General Recommendations for Interpretation
  136. Resources 1984 – Appendix A “Discovery of Crater Lake” by J.W. Hillman
  137. Resources 1984 – Appendix B “Blue Lake”
  138. Resources 1984 – Appendix C “Lake Majesty”
  139. Resources 1984 – Appendix D “How Crater Lake was Discovered”

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