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No. 319. LANDS UNDER JURISDICTION OF BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS-ACREAGE, BY STATES: 1900 To 1972
[In thousands. Excludes States with less than 500 acres in years specified]
NA Not available.
X Not applicable. Z Less than 500 acres.
1 Taxable lands generally included. 2 Includes 88,000 acres in New York; partial jurisdiction over Indian lands resides with New York State for later years shown.
3 Includes 3, CCC acres in Ecuth Carolina, not shown separately.
4 Land purchased in 1939.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Annual Report; and unpublished data.
PUBLIC LANDS-LEASES, PERMITS, AND LICENSES, BY CLASS: 1960 to 1972 [Acres in thousands. As of June 30, except as noted. Excludes leases on acquired, submerged, and military lands. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series J 32-33, for oil and gas leases]
NA Not available. Z Less than 500 acres. 1 Includes naval petroleum reserve: 17 leases, 9,227 acres
Federal Acquisitions and Obligations
No. 321. FEDERAL ACQUISITIONS AND FUND GRANTS FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION: 1967 TO 1972
[For years ending June 30. Covers only obligations for projects financed by Land and Water Conservation Fund. The Corps of Engineers, Department of Defense, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development, among other Federal agencies, also provide financial support for outdoor recreation resources. Cost figures shown for Federal acquisitions frequently include adjustments associated with acres purchased in prior years, e.g., refunds or deficiency judgments for condemnations]
Z Less than 50 acres.
$1,000. 82,071 71,585 72,564 49, 424 110,500 192,064
$1,000.. 49, 639
1 Covers land, waters, and improvements. Includes grants to District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands, and American Samoa.
No. 322. FEDERAL OBLIGATIONS FROM THE LAND AND Water ConservatION FUND FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION RESOURCE ACQUISITION AND DEVELOPMENT, BY STATES: 1972 [Money figures in thousands of dollars. For year ending June 30. See headnote, table 321]
1 Comprises Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, and Virgin Islands.
Source of tables 321 and 322: U.S. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, unpublished data.
NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM-SUMMARY: 1950 TO 1972
[For years ending June 30, except as noted. Includes data for 5 areas in Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series H 455-470]
11 Represents U.S. lands alienated by exchange of U.S. and private lands. Acreage as of Jan. 1 following year stated. Source: U.S. National Park Service, Campground Use in the National Park Service; Camper Days in Areas Ad ministered by the National Park Service; Public Use of the National Parks; Areas Administered by the National Park Service; and unpublished data.
NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM-TYPES OF AREAS: 1972
[As of December 31. Covers Federal land only. Includes data for 5 areas in Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series H 455-470]
National battlefield sites...
1 Includes portion of Chesapeake and Ohio Canal among the 705 units administered.
Source: U.S. National Park Service, Areas Administered by the National Park Service, semiannual.
Use of Recreation Areas
No. 325. OVERNIGHT STAYS IN SELECTED AREAS ADMINISTERED BY THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE: 1971
In thousands. For year ending June 30. An overnight stay is the passing of one night by a visitor within a park, and occurs each night a visitor remains in the park. Area selection based on minimum of 250,000 overnight stays during the year]
Z Less than 500. 1 Includes rooms, cabins, campgrounds, and trailer villages. includes visitors sleeping in cars or on the ground. 3 Includes nights spent aboard boats and overnight stays not elsewhere classified. 4 Includes 97 areas shown separately.
Source: U.S. National Park Service, Release.
No. 326. NATIONAL FOREST RECREATION USE-SUMMARY: 1972 Estimated. Represents recreational use of National Forest land and water which aggregates 12 person hours; may entail 1 person for 12 hours, 12 persons for 1 hour, or any equivalent combination of individual or group use, either continuous or intermittent]
No. 327. PUBLIC OUTDOOR RECREATION ON INDIAN LANDS: 1971
STATE PARK SYSTEMS-SUMMARY: 1950 To 1970
[For years ending June 30, in most cases. Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Number of agencies which reported varies from year to year. Covers parks, historic sites, and parkways reported by State park and State historical agencies. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series H 475-487]
Excludes State forests, wildlife refuges, and waysides not administered by State park agencies. 2 Includes data for which the detailed breakdown is not available.
3 Detail will not add to total because some agencies reported no breakdown. Includes 836,086 primitive campers (few if any facilities).
Source: 1950-1960, U.S. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, State Outdoor Recreation Statistics-1962. Later data, National Recreation and Park Association, Arlington, Va., State Park Statistics, 1970 (copyright) and Parks & Recreation, August 1971 (copyright).
No. 329. MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY PARK AND RECREATION AREAS-NUMBER, ACREAGE, PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL, AND SELECTED FACILITIES: 1940 to 1970 [Represents only park and recreation systems which returned questionnaires. In 1965, 2,784 municipal and 358 county agencies and in 1970, 1,119 local agencies submitted reports. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series II 488-499, for related data]
Source: National Recreation and Park Association, Arlington, Va., for 1940-1965, Recreation and Park Yearbook (copyright); for 1970, Parks & Recreation, August 1971 (copyright).