Stonewall Reconnaissance Survey
This reconnaissance survey is a preliminary resource assessment prepared to evaluate the likelihood that the resources within the Stonewall National Historic Landmark (NHL) boundary would meet the four criteria for new parklands: national significance, suitability, feasibility, and need for NPS management. The conclusions of this survey indicate that the resources associated with Stonewall would likely meet all four criteria, and that further study is warranted through a special resource study. A special resource study must be authorized by Congress.
The survey was requested in August 2015 by New York 10th Congressional District Representative Jerold Nadler and New York Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand and released in May 2016.
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