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National Park History : National Parks Week

Learn about the history of select National Parks in Utah

National Parks Week

National Parks Week celebrates the wonder of America's National Park system. Explore the resources below to learn about current conditions at parks, their founding, and some of their newer innovations, like Dark Sky Designations. Explore historic resources about national parks in the Government Information collection. You can find books, reports, publications, posters, maps and more under call number I 29 (Department of Interior, National Park Service). 

National Parks News Alerts and Plan Your Visit

John Muir: Father of Our National Parks

Dark Skies at National Parks

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