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In the Light of the Mountain Moon
In the Light of the Mountain Moon
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In the Light of the Mountain Moon:An Illustrated History of Skyland

Skyland resort in Shenandoah National Park has lodging units, historic cabins, restaurant, and gift shop, all overlooking the Shenandoah Valley to the west. It also has a rich history. Reed L. Engle, the parkĘs cultural resource specialist, tells the story of Skyland, from its start as a business venture in copper mining in the late 19th century, through its many years as a summer camp under the management of the charismatic George Freeman Pollock, to its life as a part of Shenandoah National Park. With details of the people who came to the resort, with many archival photographs, and with a special section of color photographs of postcards from SkylandĘs early years, this book brings a fascinating story to life.

Winner of 1st Place Book Award from the National Association for Interpretation(NAI) Media Competition, 2004.

by Reed L. Engle published by SNPA, 2003 243 pages, 11 3/8ö x 9 1/4ö, black/white and color photos
*Check under ""SPECIAL SALES"" to order the complete Cultural History Series Collection at a reduced rate. "

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