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The Department of the Interior’s current COVID-19 policy incorporates CDC guidance. As CDC science-based guidance changes, our policy will adapt. Visitors have always been encouraged by DOI to review CDC guidance when making their plans to recreate responsibly.

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The Bureau of Land Management-Eastern States Office Public Room is currently available by appointment only in accordance with The President’s Coronavirus Guidance for America.

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Each week, the Bureau of Land Management releases a story map featuring unique records from the General Land Office records collection.

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Public Lands, Homesteading, and Memorial Day

In honor of Memorial Day, the General Land Office teamed up with Homestead National Historical Park to remember those homesteaders whose family members sacrificed their lives for their country.

Dayton, Nevada

Dayton, Nevada, like many towns in Nevada, began as a mining town. Sitting about 10 miles east of Carson City, the capital of Nevada, Dayton now boasts a population of about 9,000.

The Golden Spike

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month begins this week and the General Land Office is highlighting a record that showcases an accomplishment of an Asian population in America.

Kennedy Center

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., serves as the United State's national cultural center as well as a living memorial to President John F. Kennedy.

Turkeytown, Alabama

This week's story map brings us to Turkeytown, Alabama, and features a survey plat approved April 20, 1840.

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