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Call For Proposals: Administrative History Of Golden Spike National Historic Site

REISSUED CALL FOR PROPOSALS: ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY OF GOLDEN SPIKE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

CALL FOR PROPOSALS REISSUED, UPDATED BUDGET AND REVISED SCHEDULE GUIDELINES

New Deadline: November 20, 2015

The OAH and National Park Service presently seek a qualified scholar to research and write a comprehensive Administrative History of Golden Spike National Historic Site, located near Promontory, Utah. Golden Spike National Historic Site interprets the 1869 completion of the nation's first transcontinental railroad, and preserves and protects resources along the historic rail line near Promontory, Utah.

A complete Scope of Work and information regarding submitting a proposal to complete this work can be found here.

Golden Spike National Historic Site interprets the 1869 completion of the nation's first transcontinental railroad, and preserves and protects resources along the historic rail line near Promontory, Utah. This project seeks to produce an administrative history of events and decisions that have shaped the management of Golden Spike National Historic Site. The administrative history should summarize the history interpreted at the site, leading up to May 10th, 1869, the driving of the last spike event, and detail the history of the park, and its management and operations, from first inception to present.

Posted: October 22, 2015
Tagged: Calls for Papers