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A History of the National Conservation Training Center and Surrounding Area

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by: Daniel Everson
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Publication Date: November 28, 2016
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 147
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 1977070516013
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Book Synopsis
Curiosity piqued by seeing old foundations, fence lines, broken pottery, as well as bits of brick and glass became the impetus for traveling back in history to discover the "flesh and blood people" who occupied what is now the locale of the prestigious National Conservation Training Center. Employing great care and thoroughness, with attention to accuracy, this work answers the question, "Who were these people of the Terrapin Neck area?"
Consolidating years of genealogical research, anecdotes, and histories, this systematic framework constructs a foundation of objective data, offering insight and understanding into the lives,motivations and activities of the families who once called this area home.











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Daniel Everson has been a life-long advocate and participant in the conservation of wildlife species and habitats. He has worked for the US Fish and Wildlife Service since 1994, and spent 10 years at the National Conservation Training Center as an instructor. Currently, he serves as the Field Office Supervisor/Project Leader for the USFW Ecological Services Field Office in Columbus, Ohio. Formal education includes a BS degree in Geology, University of Wisconsin. Eau Claire, and a MS in Environmental Biology, Hood College, MD.