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  1. President Hoover, himself, obviously intended to transfer the national monuments from the War and Agriculture Departments to the National Park Service. On May 15, 1929, he wrote his Attorney General William D. Mitchell, requesting his opinion as to whether such an action could be taken without specific legislative authority. [ 40]

  2. Lack Of Dollars Crippling National Park Facilities For Staff And Visitors; Maintenance Backlog Impacts Historic Structures In National Parks; Mixing Energy Development And National Parks; NPS Is Running $670 Million Behind On Caring For Maintained Landscapes; National Park Roads And Bridges Impacted By Lack Of Maintenance

  3. The National Parks: SHAPING THE SYSTEM Shaping the System The Reorganization of 1933 On March 3, 1933, President Herbert C. Hoover approved legislation authorizing presidents to reorganize the executive branch of the government. He had no time to take advantage of the new authority, for he would

  4. Herbert Hoover National Historic Site Few Americans have known greater acclaim or more bitter criticism than Herbert Hoover. Born on August 10, 1874, Hoover was the son of a Quaker blacksmith, orphaned at an early age, and achieved international success as a mining engineer and world-wide gratitude as "The Great Humanitarian" who fed a billion people in 57 countries during and after World War I.

  5. The Herbert Hoover National Historic Site is a unit of the National Park System in West Branch, Iowa, United States. The buildings and grounds are managed by the National Park Service to commemorate the life of Herbert Hoover, the 31st president of the United States. The park was established in 1965, shortly after it was named a National Historic Landmark. It now encompasses 186.8 acres. Hoover spent the first eleven years of his life in West Branch. The son of a blacksmith who ...

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