U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20240
August 2, 2010
In Reply Refer To:
8100/1115 (172) P
EMS TRANSMISSION 08/11/2010
Information Bulletin No. 2010-096
To: All Washington Office and Field Office Officials
Attn: State Public Affairs Officers
State Heritage Education Coordinators
Deputy Preservation Officers
State Environmental Education Coordinators
State National Landscape Conservation System Leads
From: Director, National Landscape Conservation System and
Subject: Availability of the Bureau of Land Management’s History Mystery
Volume 5: “Mystery of the Pony Express”
We are pleased to announce that the latest installment in the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) History Mystery series, “Mystery of the Pony Express,” is now available, both as a full-color booklet in magazine format and online at http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/res/Education_in_BLM/Learning_Landscapes/For_Kids/History_Mystery/hm5.html.
This educational publication for youth audiences highlights the BLM-managed components of the Pony Express National Historic Trail. Additionally, the publication showcases the archaeological remains of the historic Pony Express stations that once supported the daring young men who rode across the country to deliver mail.
The History Mystery series is designed for youth ages 9–13 years, and may be distributed directly to them by BLM staff or through teachers, families, or youth groups. Each BLM State Public Affairs Officer, State Heritage Education Coordinator, and State Deputy Preservation Officer will receive multiple copies of the Pony Express issue to provide to field office staff and partner organizations. Orders for additional copies should be directed to the BLM’s Printed Materials Distribution Services (PMDS) via office Forms Coordinators. “Mystery of the Pony Express” has been catalogued as PMDS Item No. OS001J. The four previous issues of History Mystery are also available from PMDS.
We hope that you will find this BLM History Mystery both informative and useful; as always, we welcome your comments on our educational materials. For further information, please contact National Education Lead, Megg Heath at Megg_Heath@blm.gov or (970) 882-6855 or Mary Tisdale, Chief, Division of Education, Interpretation, and Partnerships, at Mary_Tisdale@blm.gov or (202) 912-7450.
Signed by: Authenticated by:
Carl Rountree Robert M. Williams
Director, National Landscape Conservation Division of IRM Governance,WO-560
System and Community Partnerships
1 - “Mystery of the Pony Express” (8 pp) (under separate cover)
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