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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This bulletin was prepared by Elisabeth Walton Potter, coordinator of National Register nominations for the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office, and Beth M. Boland, historian with the National Register of Historic Places. The authors greatly acknowledge the assistance of those who consulted closely on, or contributed portions of, the text: Elizabeth Crowell, Chief of Archeological Studies, Engineering-Science, and Norman Mackie, National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers; Leland Gilsen, Oregon State Historic Preservation Office; Kenneth J. Kuzowski, City of Eugene, Oregon, Planning Department; Ellen Lipsey, Boston Landmarks Commission; Patricia L. Parker, Interagency Resources Division, National Park Service; Tim Smith, State of Alaska Office of History and Archeology; and Daniel Sponn, Historic Preservation Office, Department of Veterans Affairs. The authors also are indebted to Ruthann Knudson, Archeological Assistance Division, National Park Service; Kathleen D. Leslie, Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Richard E. Meyer, American Culture Association and Western Oregon State College; Dean Saugee of Hobbes, Strauss, Dean, and Wilder; and Nicole Warren, Interagency Resources Division, National Park Service, for their invaluable assistance. Other colleagues in the National Park Service who provided helpful comments or assistance include Lawrence E. Aten, Interagency Resources Division; Edwin Bearss, Chief Historian; Charles A. Birnbaum, Preservation Assistance Division; Gary J. Candelaria, Fort Laramie National Historic Site; Sue Henry, Planning Branch, Interagency Resources Division; H. Ward Jandl, Preservation Assistance Division; Cecil McKithan, Southeast Regional Office; Diane Miller, Information Management Unit, Interagency Resources Division; Douglas H. Scovill, Chief Anthropologist; and National Register archeologists, architectural historians, and historians, especially Patrick Andrus, Patty Chrisman, Antoinette Lee, Linda McClelland, Donna Seifert, and Jan Townsend. Significant contributions also were made by Dan Deibler, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission; James, C. Gutman, Fush and Wildlife Service; Chere Jiust, Montana Historical Society; Glen Leiner, Government of the District of Columbia; Robert Z. Melnick, University of Oregon; Ken P'Pool, Mississippi Department of Archives and History; Maxwell D. Ramsey, Tennesse Valley Authority; Barbara Rutundo, historic cemetery consultant, Laconia, New Hampshire; Brona Simon, Massachusetts Historical Commission; Frank W. Snell, Bureau of Land Management; Elizabeth A. Straw, Tennessee Historical Commission; Ann Swallow, Illinois Historic Preservation Agency; and Jay C. Ziemann, Arizona State Parks.

This publication has been prepared pursuant to the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, which directs the Secretary of the Interior to develop and make available information concerning historic properties. National Register Bulletin 41 was developed under the general editorship of Carol D. Shull, Keeper of the National Register. Antoinette J. Lee, historian, was responsible for publications coordination, and Patty Sackett Chrisman, historian, provided technical support. Comments on this publication may be directed to Chief of Registration, National Register of Historic Places, National Park Service, 1849 C Street, #2280, Washington, DC 20240.

 

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