Sample Chapter – Indiana Department of Conservation History

Sample Chapter - Indiana Department of Conservation History
Sample Chapter – Indiana Department of Conservation History


Sample Chapter
Short History of Public Parks – Indiana Edition
Chapter title – Indiana Department of Conservation History
Indiana Department of Conservation History
Created in 1919, the new Indiana Department of Conservation History included five divisions:
Geology
Entomology
Forestry
Lands and Waters
Fish and Game
Indiana governor James P. Goodrich signed the legislation in March 11, 1919 and appointed Colonel Richard Lieber as the department’s first director. The Department of Conservation absorbed the Office of State Geology, which had been an elective office. The Office of Fish and Game and the State Entomologist also became part of the new Department. The Assembly created a new division, the Division of Lands and Waters as part of the legislation. The board of the Department of Conservation was composed of four members.

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