DRAFT_Finger Lakes National Heritage Area Feasibility Study - Historic Context and Nationally Important Themes

Draft report documenting the National Park Service's initial attempt to capture the historic context of the Finger Lakes Region and identify potential themes of national importance. It is intended for review by the legislated consulting parties, the public, and other organizations and agencies such that their comments and recommendations may be incorporated into the study process at an early stage. This report, when complete, will document the National Park Service's understanding of the study area and will serve as the background for the application of the National Heritage Area Feasibility Criteria.

Comments may also be submitted by mail at:

National Park Service, Denver Service Center
Attn: Finger Lakes NHA / Charles Lawson
12795 West Alameda Pkwy
Denver, CO 80228
Comment Period: Closed        Mar 1, 2021 - Jun 1, 2021
Topic Questions:
1. Please consider providing comments, edits, or suggestions for improvements or additions to the Historic Context document. Material and comments may also be mailed to the following address:

National Park Service​
Denver Service Center​
Attn: Finger Lakes NHA Feasibility Study / Charles Lawson​
12795 West Alameda Parkway, Lakewood CO 80228
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