Guide to the American Society for Public Administration, Southcentral Alaska Chapter symposium records
Collection number: HMC-0044.
Creator: American Society for Public Administration. Southcentral Alaska Chapter.
Title: American Society for Public Administration, Southcentral Alaska Chapter symposium records.
Volume of collection: 1 cubic foot.
Language of materials: Collection materials are in English.
Collection summary: Program and video recordings of a symposium entitled, “After the Land-Use Commission, What?”
As the joint federal-state Land Use Planning Commission for Alaska implemented the provisions of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971, a debate developed over the coordination and matching of government management systems for land usage. The Southcentral Alaska Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration sponsored a symposium, entitled “After the Land-Use Commission, What?,” in an attempt to establish a dialogue on setting up a coordinated management system between federal, state, and local government, and private landowners. Four functional areas were chosen for discussion: watersheds, fish and game, recreation, and natural resources. The symposium was supported in part by the Alaska Humanities Forum and the University of Alaska, Anchorage. It was held in the Anchorage Higher Education Consortium Library on February 18-20, 1974.
This collection consists of the symposium program and twelve videocassette recordings of the proceedings. The discussion panels were: Watershed Management, Fish and Game Management, Recreation Management, Natural Resource Management, Relating Use Philosophies to Management, and Legal Barriers to Cooperative Management. The guest luncheon and dinner speakers were Alaska Lieutenant Governor Henry A. Boucher, Dr. Robert W. Hiatt, President of the University of Alaska; Emil Notti, President of the Alaska Native Foundation; and Philip Rutledge, President of the American Society for Public Administration.
Digitized copies: Digital copies of collection material not available online. For information about obtaining digital copies, please contact Archives and Special Collections.
Rights note: Archives may not own copyright to this collection.
Preferred citation: American Society for Public Administration, Southcentral Alaska Chapter symposium records, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.
Related materials: For other archival material at Archives and Special Collections relating to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, refer to the Research Guide to ANCSA, ANILCA, and D-2 collections.
Acquisition note: This collection was transferred from the Consortium Library Technical Services Department to Archives and Special Collections in 1986.
Processing information: This guide to this collection was revised by Megan K. Friedel in 2011.