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Author and Presidential Historian

Douglas Brinkley

Presidents and the National Parks: From Theodore Roosevelt to Barack Obama
(2016/2017 Lectures)

Thu, Jan 26
7:30 PM
FREE for all students with valid ID (unreserved seating)

Described by CNN as “a man who knows more about the presidency than just about any human being alive,” Brinkley will discuss how U.S. presidents have led the crusade to establish National Parks and National Wildlife Refuges. From Theodore Roosevelt, who set aside 234 million acres of Wild America; to Woodrow Wilson and the National Park System; John F. Kennedy campaigning for National Seashores; and Bill Clinton pulling off the Escalante National Monument – Brinkley will illuminate the backstory of America’s best idea.

Books will be available for purchase and signing


National Parks series sponsored by:
Lillian Lovelace
Sara Miller McCune
 

Presented in collaboration with Channel Islands National Park and the UCSB Natural Reserve System

     

Supported in part by:

With support from our Community Partner the Orfalea Family

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