2 edition of De Soto National Trail Study Act of 1987 found in the catalog.
De Soto National Trail Study Act of 1987
|Series||Report / 100th Congress, 1st session, Senate -- 100-177|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. ;|
At the De Soto National Memorial park, visitors are met by fascinating exhibits, a video history lesson and opportunities to wear a Spanish soldier's helmet and chainmail armor. National Connecting and Side Trails. The act also established a category of trails known as connecting and side trails. To date, only two national side trails have been designated, both in The Timms Hill Trail, which connects the Ice Age Trail to Wisconsin's highest point, Timms Hill, and the mile Anvik Connector, which joins the Iditarod Trail to the village of Anvik, Alaska.
Length.6 mile (short loop) or miles (long loop) Time: 30 minutes (short loop) or 1 hour (long loop) Difficulty: Easy. The De Soto Expedition Trail is amile loop that takes you out to De Soto Point before heading back to the start at the De Soto National Memorial Visitor is also known as the Nature Trail or the Memorial Trail, depending on what brochure you are reading. Such study shall be separated into two portions, one relating to the Pony Express Trail and one relating to the California Trail. (31) De Soto Trail, the approximate route taken by the expedition of the Spanish explorer Hernado de Soto in , extending through portions of the States of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina.
The De Soto National Memorial is managed by the National Park Service. Enjoy the one mile nature trail that connects with the neighboring Riverview Pointe Preserve. De Soto Visitor Center operates from daily, and offers restrooms, water, exhibits, movies and a bookstore. (3) The Oregon National Historic Trail, a route of approximately two thousand miles extending from near Independence, Missouri, to the vicinity of Portland, Oregon, following a route as depicted on maps identified as “Primary Route of the Oregon Trail ”, in the Department of the Interior's Oregon Trail study report dated April , and which shall be on file and available for.
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S. (th). A bill to amend the National Trails System Act to provide for a study of the De Soto Trail, and for other purposes. Ina. History books, newspapers, and other sources use the popular name to refer to these laws.
Why can't these popular names easily be found in the US Code. How the US Code is built. De Soto National Trail Study Act of De Soto National Trail Study Act of Pub.Dec. 11,Stat. Short title, see 16 U.S.C. Passed Senate amended (10/01/) (Measure passed Senate, amended) De Soto National Trail Study Act of - Amends the National Trails System Act to designate the De Soto Trail, extending through Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas, and Louisiana, for study for inclusion in such System.
Jun 2, H.R. (th). A bill to amend the National Trails System Act to provide for a study of the De Soto Trail. Ina database of bills in the U.S. De Soto National Trail Study Act of 1987 book Congress. The De Soto National Trail Study Act of (Public Law ) directed the National Park Service to conduct a feasibility study of the approximate route traveled by Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto and provide recommendations to Congress as to its suitability for national historic trail designation.
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A kind of scholar's version of Blue Highways, the book is a warmly humane and almost daily account of the people the Hudsons met, the places they saw, and the things they did as they searched for De Soto's trail beneath railroad tracks and two-lane blacktops, along riverbanks and mountain ridges.
Thus it is largely a travel story about rural 1/5(1). De Soto traveled from hill to hill in Arkansas, still looking for gold. At the same time, the Coronado expedition, begun inwas conducting a similar gold-seeking survey in the Southwest.
Bradenton where the DeSoto National Memorial is located (been there personally begging for help to save this Lost Trail but to no avail so far) yet there are other Routes proposed as well ie.
Charlotte Harbor and most Controversial an Atlantic Coast Landing at or near Cape Canaveral that one being by a gentleman by the name of Leverette. To amend the National Trails System Act to provide for a study of the De Soto Dec. 11, Trail, and for other purposes. ] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1.
SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the “De Soto National Trail Study Act of Get this from a library.
De Soto National Trail Study Act of report (to accompany S. [United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.]. Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States. OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title.
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The De soto National Trail Study Act of (Public Law ) directed the National Park Service to conduct a feasibility study of the approximate route traveled by Spanish explorer Hernando de Sot and provide recommendations to Congress as to its.
An Act To amend the National Trails System Act to provide for a study of the De Soto Trail, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1.
SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the "De Soto National Trail Study Act of ". SEC. FINDINGS. Hernando De Soto (dĬsō´tō, Span. ĕrnän´dō dā sō´tō), c–, Spanish serving under Pedro Arias de Ávila in Central America and under Francisco Pizarro in Peru, the dashing young conquistador was made governor of Cuba by Emperor Charles V, with the right to conquer Florida (meaning the North American mainland).
He led an expedition that left Spain in and. De Soto National Trail Study Act of Convey public lands in Oconto and Marinette Counties, WI.
Authorize donation of non-Federal lands to Gettysburg National Military Park, etc. “This Act [amending section of this title] may be cited as the ‘De Soto National Trail Study Act of ’.” Short Title of Amendment Pub. 98–11, title II. Route of the Hernando De Soto Expedition, (draft) () (pdf) Small Park, Large Issues: De Soto National Memorial and the Commemoration of a Difficult History () (pdf) The De Soto Chronicles: The Expedition of Hernando De Soto to North America ().
The National Park Service's Version of DeSoto's Trail. De Soto's Route in La Florida National Park Service. Four significant accounts exist of de Soto's journey, three of them penned by participants.
From descriptions of lands and peoples encountered, scholars long ago determined the explorer's general route through the Southeast. Geology on Your National Forests and Grasslands - FS - Forest Service: Forest Legacy Program Implementation Guidelines - FS - Forest Service: Future of America’s Forests and Rangelands: Update to the Forest Service Resources Planning Act.
De Soto National Memorial Foundation Document Every unit of the national park system will have a foundational document to provide basic guidance for planning and management decisions. The core components of a foundation document include a brief description of the park as well as the park's purpose, significance, fundamental resources and values.Leslie A.
McRill, "A Review of the De Soto Expedition in Territories of our Present Southern United States," The Chronicles of Oklahoma 39 (Spring ). National Trail Study and Environmental Assessment, Coronado Expedition, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas (Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, ).