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Page 7 - National Park in the State of New Mexico, and for other purposes. This Department has no objection to the enactment of S.
Page 3 - Within thirty days after the effective date of this Act, the Secretary of the Interior shall cause to be published in the Federal Register a notice setting forth the recordation requirements of this Act.
Page 7 - An act to establish the Carlsbad Caverns National Park in the State of New Mexico, and for other purposes...
Page 4 - It was here that the talus dwellers of New Mexico hollowed out their homes in the soft tuff and built terraced houses in front of the caves for •x
Page 7 - WHEREAS such public lands were transferred to the National Park Service of the Department of the Interior on...
Page 4 - As erosion continued, and portions of the cliffs fell, and as the soil washed from the mesa tops, talus slopes were built up and steep declivities were formed at the base of the cliffs.
Page 4 - The mesa tops and valleys were covered with pines and thick growths of juniper, pinion, and oak.
Page 35 - I don't know whether it is right or wrong, I am not an engineer, but 87 percent of our land is public domain and I think this has exciting possibilities.