Olympic National Park 1944 USGS Map
Brand Muir Way
USGS Topographic Map of Olympic National Park in Washington from 1944 (Reproduction). It is a quadrant map which shows an area of land and includes a portion of the park.
Olympic National Park was originally created as a National Monument in 1909 and later got its current designation in 1938. It also became a World heritage Site in 1981 and an International Biosphere Reserve in 1976. It encompasses over 900,000 acres in northwest Washington state along both the coastline and the Olympic Mountains. The Elwha Ecosystem Restoration project which consisted of removing dams and draining their reservoirs is almost complete. This huge project is revitalizing the health of the Elwha River and bringing back varieties of Salmon and Trout to it.
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