Virginia Wilderness Committee Records, 1961-2009

Browse manuscript collections

Summary Information

Repository:
Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University
Creator:
Virginia Wilderness Committee
Title:
Virginia Wilderness Committee Records
Collection No.:
SC 0209
Date:
1961-2009
Extent:
5 boxes, 4 flat files, 9 Cubic Feet
Language of the Material:
English
Abstract:
The Virginia Wilderness Committee Records, 1961-2009, comprise official records - administrative and financial records, newsletters, project and subject files - documenting the organization's activities and projects related to wilderness legislation, preservation, and protection in Virginia's national forests and other wild areas.

Preferred Citation

[identification of item], [box #, folder #], Virginia Wilderness Committee Records, 1961-2009, SC 0209, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.

^ Top

Administrative History

The Virginia Wilderness Committee (VWC) consists of a group of citizens whose goal is to preserve and protect wild areas in Virginia. It was established in May 1969 during a workshop meeting organized by The Wilderness Society. The first leadership council consisted of John McKnight of Williamsburg as the first chairman, J. James "Jim " Murray, as vice-chairman, and Lloyd Sumner as secretary treasurer. The VWC and The Wilderness Society immediately joined forces to found the Virginia Conservation Council in order to serve as an umbrella organization for Virginia's growing number of wilderness-oriented organizations. In 1976, the VWC played a role in adding additional acreage to the Shenandoah National Park wilderness proposal. The VWC also campaigned for the Virginia Wilderness Act of 1984, a major piece of legislation that designated ten areas for wilderness protection. In the 1990s, some members of Congress opposed additional wilderness designation legislation. During this time, the VWC focused on protecting wild areas, opposing the construction of a gas pipeline through potential future wilderness designated areas, compiling and publishing a memorial book on Ernie Dickerman, an important member of the VWC who passed in 1998, and other projects. In the early 2000s, the VWC was involved in the revision of the management plan for the Thomas Jefferson National Forest, as well as with the Virginia Wilderness Act of 2000. In 2009, the Virginia Ridge and Valley Act was finally passed within an omnibus bill. The VWC had tracked and campaigned for this bill since it was first introduced in 2004. The 2009 Act designated 53,000 acres of land in Virginia as wilderness.

VWC's major concern has been working with Congress in order to pass legislation to designate specific wild areas as "wilderness." With this designation, an area is entitled to a certain level of protection under the Wilderness Act of 1964. The VWC has also been concerned with beach traffic, air quality, water quality, dams, wildlife and endangered species, power lines, wilderness usage, roads, Virginia's National Forests, the National Park Service, oil drilling in the arctic, wilderness trails, eminent domain, etc.

^ Top

Scope and Content

The Virginia Wilderness Committee Records, 1961-2009, document the organization's staff and organizers, finances, meetings, newsletters, and projects which include wilderness legislation, preservation, and protection in Virginia's national forests and other wild areas.

^ Top

Arrangement

The collection is arranged in 4 series:

Series 1: Administrative Files, 1961-2005

Series 2: Legislative Files, 1962-2009

Series 3: Subject Files, 1965-2009

Subseries 3.1: General, 1965-2009

Subseries 3.2: George Washington National Forest, 1969-2009

Subseries 3.3: Jefferson National Forest, 1970-2009

Series 4: Maps, 2002-2004

Series 1, 2, and 4 are arranged chronologically. Series 3 is arranged alphabetically.

^ Top

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection open to research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using this collection. A USB drive containing 1,802 files in 127 folders (128 MB) is inaccessible pending migration. Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the James Madison University Special Collections Library to use this collection.

Use Restrictions

The donor retains copyright for Virginia Wilderness Committee: Forty Years, Recollections in 2009 by Jim Murray, and Virginia Wilderness Bill 2000 until March 1, 2020. Otherwise, the copyright interests in this collection have been transferred to the James Madison University Special Collections Library. For more information, contact the Special Collections Library Reference Desk (library-special@jmu.edu).

Acquisition Information

J. James "Jim" Murray and Elizabeth "Bess" Murray donated this collection in March 2010.

Processing Information

Newspaper clippings were photocopied and originals were discarded. During initial processing, photographs were separated from their original folders and placed in a Photographs series. Folders were been rearranged into series, but the order imposed by the creator at the folder level has been generally maintained.

In an effort to reimpose the original order of these records, the collection was reprocessed in December 2018. At this time, the files were arranged alphabetically according to subject and/or by general forest subjects, George Washington National Forest, and Jefferson National Forest. This is how the original order was described upon accession. Administrative and financial files were also grouped together. During reprocessing, all photographs were refiled in their original folders or filed into folders based on intellectual relationship.

In order to streamline the process of applying collection numbers, Special Collections staff completed a large-scale renumbering campaign in 2017-2018. This collection was previously cataloged as SC 5032.

Location

Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University

880 Madison DriveMSC 1704Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807library-special@jmu.eduURL: https://www.lib.jmu.edu/special/

^ Top

Related Materials

Related Material

Ernest M. Dickerman Papers, 1936-2005, SC 0143, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va.

U.S. Forest Service, George Washington National Forest, Dry River District Records, 1917-1994, SC 0083, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.

U.S. Forest Service, George Washington National Forest, Lost River and Massanutten Working Circles Reports, 1912-1940, SC 0106, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va.

^ Top

Index Terms

Subject

  • Virginia Wilderness Committee -- Records and correspondence
  • Virginia Wilderness Committee -- History
  • Virginia. Wilderness Act of 1984
  • Virginia. Wilderness Act of 1988
  • United States. National Wilderness Preservation System Act of 1964
  • United States. Eastern Wilderness Areas Act of 1975
  • Wilderness Society (U.S.)
  • Wilderness areas -- Virginia
  • Wilderness areas -- Law and legislation
  • Environmental protection -- Shenandoah River Valley (Va. and W. Va.) -- Citizen participation
  • National parks and reserves -- United States -- Southern Region
  • National parks and reserves -- Virginia
  • Forest reserves -- Multiple use
  • Forest reserves -- Recreational use
  • Forest management
  • Wildlife management
  • Wildlife refuges -- United States -- Southern Region
  • Forest policy -- United States -- History
  • Forests and forestry -- History
  • Lobbying -- Law and legislation
  • Lobbyists -- United States
  • Wildlife conservationists -- Virginia
  • George Washington National Forest (Va. and W. Va.)
  • Jefferson National Forest

^ Top

Bibliography

Murray, Jim. "The Virginia Wilderness Committee: History and Accomplishments," January 2012. http://www.vawilderness.org/the-virginia-wilderness-committee-history-and-accomplishments.html (accessed October 25, 2018).

^ Top

Collection Inventory

Series 1: Administrative Files, 1961-2009

Series 1: Administrative Files, 1961-2005, comprises the VWC's organizational records including by-laws, correspondence, personnel files and files maintained by VWC members, membership lists, meeting agendas and minutes, brochures, newsletters, financial documents and reports, and account ledgers. Of interest is the correspondence with Congressmen Rick Boucher, John Warner, and George Allen.

Title/Description Instances
Ernie Dickerman file - Christmas letters, 1961-1997 box 1 folder 1
Correspondence, 1968-1990 box 1 folder 2
Early documents, 1969 box 1 folder 3
Correspondence and policy statements, 1969-1991 box 1 folder 4
By-laws, 1970, undated box 1 folder 5
Newsletters, 1970-1979 box 1 folder 6
Correspondence and policy statements, 1970-1999 box 1 folder 7
Annual general meeting documents, 1971-2009 box 1 folder 8
Ernie Dickerman file - memoranda, 1976-1991, undated box 1 folder 9
Newsletters, 1980-1989 box 1 folder 10
Account ledgers, 1981-1989 box 1 folder 11
Press clippings, 1981-1999 box 1 folder 12
Membership lists, 1981-1994 box 1 folder 13
Elizabeth Murray file, 1981-2008, undated box 1 folder 14
Miscellaneous, 1983-2006, undated box 1 folder 15
Ernie Dickerman file - miscellaneous documents, 1984-1998 box 1 folder 16
Royalty income documents, 1985-1998 box 1 folder 17
Financial reports and treasury documents, 1987-1997 box 1 folder 18
Tax documents, 1988-1992 box 1 folder 19
Newsletters, 1990-2009 box 1 folder 20
George Allen file, 1991-2004, undated box 1 folder 21
Bill Damon file, 1995-2000 box 1 folder 22
John Warner file, 1997-2001 box 1 folder 23
Rick Boucher file, 1998-2002 box 1 folder 24
Wyss Family Foundation grants, 1998-2008 box 1 folder 25
Ernie Dickerman file - "Ernie Dickerman: A Tribute", 1999 box 1 folder 26
Buffalo Gap meetings, 1999-2004, undated box 1 folder 27
Brochures, 1999-2005, undated box 1 folder 28
Press clippings, 2000-2008 box 1 folder 29
Donald Giecek personnel file, 2001-2006, undated box 1 folder 30
Patagonia grant, 2002 box 1 folder 31
Mark Miller personnel file, 2002-2003, undated box 1 folder 32
David West file, 2005 box 1 folder 33
"Vernon Garber: A Remembrance", undated box 1 folder 34

^ Top

Series 2: Legislative Files, 1962-2009

Series 2: Legislative Files, 1962-2009, consists of mailing lists, congressional speeches, correspondence, public notices, and documents used by the members of VWC as evidence for building a case in favor of wilderness designation or wild area protective legislation in Virginia. Highlights include documentation related to the passing of the Virginia Wilderness Act of 2000 including related photographs featuring VWC members and Senator John Warner.

Title/Description Instances
National Forest Wild Areas legislation, 1962-1972, undated box 1 folder 35
Wetlands legislation, 1970-1972, undated box 1 folder 36
Omnibus Wilderness Bill, 1972-1975, undated box 1 folder 37
National Forest Timber Management Reform Act of 1976, 1976 box 1 folder 38
Virginia Wilderness Bill, 1980-1984 box 1 folder 39
Wilderness Bill proposals, 1991-1999 box 1 folder 40
Virginia Wilderness Act of 2000 (folder 1 of 2), 1993-2001 box 1 folder 41
Virginia Wilderness Act of 2000 (folder 2 of 2), 1993-2001 box 1 folder 42
Virginia Wilderness Act photographs, 2000 box 1 folder 43
Virginia Wilderness Act, 2003-2004 box 1 folder 44
Virginia Ridge and Valley Act/Omnibus Bill (folder 1 of 2), 2004-2009 box 1 folder 45
Virginia Ridge and Valley Act/Omnibus Bill (folder 2 of 2), 2004-2009 box 2 folder 1
Wilderness Bill publicity, 2009 box 2 folder 2

^ Top

Series 3: Subject Files, 1965-2009

Series 3: Subject Files, 1965-2009, documents various topics concerning related organizations and committees with which the VWC interacted, planning reports and agenda relating to managing and creating wilderness areas, pertaining to the various projects, interests, and activities of the Virginia Wilderness Committee. Additionally, these documents relate to general environmental concerns and feature issues that while not directly related to the Virginia Wilderness Committee or wilderness designation, are still relevant to the VWC as a whole. Documents relate to the VWC's involvement in George Washington and Jefferson National Forest's management revisions and plans, as well as many folders compiled by the organization pertaining to key areas within George Washington and Jefferson National Forest. Some area folders consist of information about their potential for wilderness designation, special management for the area, campaigns to protect and preserve areas, basic information, maps, and relevant news clippings. Photographs of Shenandoah National Park, Cave Springs/Stone Mountain, Brush Mountain East, Brush Mountain (Montgomery County), Brushy Mountain (Bland County), Hunting Camp Creek, Long Spur, Little Walker Mountain, and Lynn Camp Creek are interfiled in their related subject files.

This series is further arranged into three subseries: General, George Washington National Forest, and Jefferson National Forest.

Subseries 3.1: General, 1965-2009

Title/Description Instances
Air quality, 2001 box 2 folder 3
American Wilderness Coalition, 2002-2003, undated box 2 folder 4
Appalachian Forest Management Group, 1988-1989, undated box 2 folder 5
Appalachian Trail Club, 1970-2005 box 2 folder 6
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, 1978-2003 box 2 folder 7
Back Bay/Knotts Island, Virginia vs. North Carolina, 1970-1986 box 2 folder 8
Bear management, 2001 box 2 folder 9
Burkes Garden, 1971 box 2 folder 10
Carr Mountain Trail, 2007 box 2 folder 11
Chesapeake Bay preservation, 1984, 1999 box 2 folder 12
Citizens for Albemarle, 1975, 1997-2000 box 2 folder 13
Conservation Council of Virginia, 1968-1973 box 2 folder 14
Conservation Council of Virginia, 1974-1987, undated box 2 folder 15
Cushaw Project, 2006 box 2 folder 16
Dismal Swamp (folder 1 of 2), 1969-1976, undated box 2 folder 17
Dismal Swamp (folder 2 of 2), 1969-1976, undated box 2 folder 18
District plans - GW and TJ accomplishments and proposed projects, 1998-1999 box 2 folder 19
Ecological classification system, 1996 box 2 folder 20
Eminent domain, 1970 box 2 folder 21
Endangered species, 2005 box 2 folder 22
Extension and management of Blue Ridge Parkway, 1970 box 2 folder 23
Federal Executive Institute (FEI) Conference, 1998 box 2 folder 24
Forest Service Asset Management, 1982-1992 box 2 folder 25
Forest Service land sale, 2006 box 2 folder 26
Forest Service master plan (folder 1 of 2), 1970-1975 box 2 folder 27
Forest Service master plan (folder 1 of 2), 1970-1975 box 2 folder 28
Forest Service planning, 1982-1987 box 2 folder 29
Forestry in America, undated box 2 folder 30
Gas and oil lines, 1993-2000 box 2 folder 31
Goshen Pass, 1972 box 2 folder 32
Governor's Council on the Environment, 1971-1976, undated box 2 folder 33
Greater Newport Rural Historic District Committee, 1997 box 2 folder 34
Guidelines - Wilderness evaluation, 1997 box 2 folder 35
Gypsy moth report, 1973 box 2 folder 36
House Mountain, 1990 box 3 folder 1
Lucas vs. South Carolina Coastal Council, 1992 box 3 folder 2
Management prescription draft for Southern Appalachia forests, undated box 3 folder 3
Mollusks, 1971-1972, undated box 3 folder 4
Monongahela National Forest, 1971 box 3 folder 5
Mueller proposal, 2001 box 3 folder 6
National Park Services, 1970-1973 box 3 folder 7
The Nature Conservancy, 1973-2006, undated box 3 folder 8
New River, 1970, undated box 3 folder 9
New Virginia Wilderness Campaign, 1990 box 3 folder 10
Off-road vehicles in national forests, 1973-1976 box 3 folder 11
President's Clinton initiative, 1999 box 3 folder 12
Proposed Nestle plant at Big Springs, 2003 box 3 folder 13
Proposed trails, Great Eastern and Carl Mountain, 2007, undated box 3 folder 14
Roadless Area Conservation Rule (RACR), 2006 box 3 folder 15
Roadless Area Review and Evaluation II (RARE II), 1977-1978 box 3 folder 16
Roadless Area Review and Evaluation III (RARE III), George Washington National Forest, 1991-1993 box 3 folder 17
Rockbridge Conservation Council and Valley Conservation Council, undated box 3 folder 18
Senator Frank church hearings, 1970-1971 box 3 folder 19
Shenandoah Ecosystems Defense Group, 1997 box 3 folder 20
Shenandoah National Park (folder 1 of 2), 1968-2003 box 3 folder 21
Shenandoah National Park (folder 2 of 2), 1968-2003 box 3 folder 22
Shenandoah watershed study, 2004 box 3 folder 23
Sierra Club (Piedmont and Old Dominion chapters), 1975-1984, undated box 3 folder 24
Southern Appalachia Forest Commission, 1992-2005, undated box 3 folder 25
Southern Appalachian Wilderness Walk, 1999 box 3 folder 26
Southern Environmental Law Center, 1997-2009, undated box 3 folder 27
Southern Pine Beetle, 1987 box 3 folder 28
Stream channelization, 1971-1974, undated box 3 folder 29
Strip mining for coal, 1971-1976, undated box 3 folder 30
Sweet Briar forest logging, 2001 box 3 folder 31
Taxation by land use, 1971 box 3 folder 32
United States Department of the Interior Natural Areas, 1965-1978 box 3 folder 33
Virginia Blue Ridge Railway Trail Foundation, 2000, undated box 3 folder 34
Virginia Clean Air Now campaign, 1999 box 3 folder 35
Virginia Conservation Network, 1999-2006, undated box 3 folder 36
Virginia Council of Trout Unlimited, 1992-2002 box 3 folder 37
Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, 2008, undated box 3 folder 38
Virginia flood plains, 1971-1972 box 3 folder 39
Virginia Mountain Treasures, 1997-2007, undated box 3 folder 40
Virginia's Natural Heritage Program, 2001 box 3 folder 41
Virginia scenic rivers/national wild and scenic river systems, 1969-1979 box 3 folder 42
Virginia Society of Orinthology, 1976-1980 box 3 folder 43
Virginia Wilderness Resource Management Conference, 1978-1986 box 3 folder 44
Water quality, 1996 box 3 folder 45
Wild Lands Project, 2000 box 3 folder 46
Wild Virginia, 2004, 2008 box 3 folder 47
Wilderness areas, GW and TJ, 1996-2001 box 3 folder 48
Wilderness economics information, 2001-2003 box 3 folder 49
The Wilderness Land trust, 2004, undated box 3 folder 50
Wilderness Leaders Meeting and campaigns in the 21st century, 2004 box 3 folder 51
The Wilderness Society, 1968-1970, 2000, 2006 box 3 folder 52
The Wilderness Society Guide to Wilderness Designation, 1993, undated box 3 folder 53
Wilderness visitor ethics, undated box 3 folder 54
Wilderness Week, 2006 box 3 folder 55
Wilderness Resources Council, 1979-1989 box 3 folder 56
Wind power, 2003 box 4 folder 1
Wintergreen Nature Foundation, 2003 box 4 folder 2

Subseries 3.2: George Washington National Forest, 1969-2009

Title/Description Instances
Bath County power line meetings, 1974 box 4 folder 3
Benson Run and Sugar Tree area, 2001-2002 box 4 folder 4
Big Levels, 1973-1991, undated box 4 folder 5
Dolly Ann and Alleghany Highlands, 1979-2005, undated box 4 folder 6
Dry River Ranger District, 1969-1994, undated box 4 folder 7
Laurel Fork, 1972-2005, undated box 4 folder 8
Little River, 1991-2009 box 4 folder 9
Lower Jackson River Unit, 1974 box 4 folder 10
Management plan revisions/working group, 1989-1992 box 4 folder 11
Massanutten, 1972-1976, undated box 4 folder 12
Miscellaneous items, 1969-1993, undated box 4 folder 13
Mount Pleasant, 1986-1997, undated box 4 folder 14
North River, 1973-1974 box 4 folder 15
Paddy Run, 2004 box 4 folder 16
Piney River, 1974-1975, undated box 4 folder 17
Plan recommendations/revisions, 2007-2009 box 4 folder 18
Proposed research of Green Pond and Skidmore Fork, undated box 4 folder 19
Ramsey's draft, 1972-1991, undated box 4 folder 20
Rich Hole, 1976-1977, undated box 4 folder 21
Rough Mountain, 1979-1987 box 4 folder 22
Signal Corps Knob project - Deerfield, 2005-2006 box 4 folder 23
Skidmore Fork, 1990-1997 box 4 folder 24
St. Mary's, 1977-2004, undated box 4 folder 25
Waynesboro Group, 2007-2009, undated box 4 folder 26

Subseries 3.3: Jefferson National Forest, 1970-2009

Title/Description Instances
Appalachian Power Company in TJ, 1994-1996 box 4 folder 27
Beartown and Bear Hole Hollow Road, 1986-1998 box 4 folder 28
Bland County National Recreational Area, 2005, undated box 4 folder 29
Brush Mountain East, 2001-2002 box 4 folder 30
Brush Mountain, Montgomery County, 2002-2005 box 4 folder 31
Brushy Mountain, Bland County, undated box 4 folder 32
Cave Mountain Lake Unit, 1972-1986 box 4 folder 33
Cave Springs/Stone Mountain, 2002, 2006, undated box 4 folder 34
Citizen Task Force, 1984-1990 box 4 folder 35
Citizens for Southwest Virginia, 1978 box 4 folder 36
Citizens workshops, 1999 box 4 folder 37
Conference call notes, 1999-2009 box 4 folder 38
Crawfish Valley/Bear Creek, Bland, Smyth, Wythe counties, 2003 box 4 folder 39
Devil's Fork, Straight Fork, 1977-1998, undated box 4 folder 40
Forest draft plan, 2003 box 5 folder 1
Garden Mountain, 1972-1973 box 5 folder 2
High Knob National Recreation Area, 2002-2003 box 5 folder 3
Hoop Hole, North Mountain, North Creek, 2001, undated box 5 folder 4
Hunting Camp Creek/Little Wolf Creek, Bland County, 1991-2006 box 5 folder 5
James River Face, 2006 box 5 folder 6
Jefferson Forest planning, 1972-1998 box 5 folder 7
Jennings Creek, 1973-1976 box 5 folder 8
Justin Askins essay, 1999 box 5 folder 9
Kimberling Creek, 1987-1988 box 5 folder 10
Little Walker Mountain, Pulaski, Wythe, Bland counties, 2001, 2003 box 5 folder 11
Long Spur, 1991, 2001 box 5 folder 12
Lynn Camp, 2006 box 5 folder 13
Map originals, 2002 box 5 folder 14
Mill Creek, 1981 box 5 folder 15
Mountain Lake maps, 1977-1994 box 5 folder 16
Mountain Lake meeting minutes and correspondence, 1977-1994 box 5 folder 17
Mountain Lake, Peters Mountain, 1977-1994 box 5 folder 18
Mountain Lake proposals, 1977-1994 box 5 folder 19
Mt. Rogers National Recreation Area jurisdiction, 1970-1999 box 5 folder 20
Mt. Rogers National Recreation Area locations, 1979-2003 box 5 folder 21
Mt. Rogers - Salamander info, 1972-1989, undated box 5 folder 22
North Fork of the Pound, Wise County, 2002, undated box 5 folder 23
Peters Mountain, 1987 box 5 folder 24
Plan hearings, 2002 box 5 folder 25
Plan revision issues, 1996-1999 box 5 folder 26
Poverty Creek, 1971 box 5 folder 27
Radford Group, 2001-2002 box 5 folder 28
Roadless area inventory, 1994-1999 box 5 folder 29
Roaring Branch map, 1979 box 5 folder 30
"Rolling Alternative" plan, 1995, 1999 box 5 folder 31
Shawvers Run and Barbours Creek, 1990 box 5 folder 32
Supervisor reports, 1971-1998 box 5 folder 33
Thunder Ridge, 1983-1998 box 5 folder 34
Upper Craig Creek, 1972-1974 box 5 folder 35
Wilderness Resource Management Conference, 1986 box 5 folder 36

^ Top

Series 4: Maps, 2002-2004

Series 4: Maps, 2002-2004, comprises four map sets from the campaign for the Virginia Wilderness Act of 2010. Map sets include the original proposal, 2002; working map set, 2003; forest service working map set, January 2004; forest service working map set, July 2004.

Title/Description Instances
Original Map Set, Virginia Wilderness Committee Proposal, 2002 Map Case 3 Drawer 4 folder 1
Atkins, Troutdale
Garden and Brushy Mountains
Troutdale, White Top, Konnarock
Cedar Springs
Cripple Creek
Speedwell
Looney, Craig Springs
Long Spur, Bland
Newport, McDonald's Mill
Long Spur, Pulaski
Garden Mountain
Rural Retreat, Nebo
Kimberling Creek, Rocky Gap
Virginia Wilderness Committee Working Maps, 2003 Map Case 3 Drawer 4 folder 2
Mt. Lake Addition
Peter's Mountain Addition
Brush Mountain, Kimberling Creek Additions
Whitetop Laurel
Mercy Branch
Hunting Camp Creek
Whitetop
Garden Mountain, Beartown Additions
Seng Mountain, Raccoon Branch
Brush Mountain
Brush Mountain East
Crawfish Valley
Forest Service Working Map Set, January 2004 Map Case 3 Drawer 4 folder 3
Cave Springs
Little Dry Run Addition and Horse Heaven
Seng Mountain and Raccoon Branch
Hunting Camp/Little Wolf Creek and Garden Mountain
Little Walker Mountain
Long Spur
Lewis Fork Addition and Little Wilson Creek Additions
Beartown Additions
Bear Creek (South Half)
Bear Creek (North Half)
Kimberling Creek Additions and Brushy Mountain
Peter's Mountain Additions
Shawver's Rush Addition
Mountain Lake Additions (2 copies)
Brush Mountain
Forest Service Working Maps of Virginia Wilderness Committee Proposals, July 2004 Map Case 3 Drawer 4 folder 4
Mountain Lake Additions
Bear Creek (2 copies)
Peter's Mountain Addition (2 copies)
Shawvers Run Additions (2 copies)
Lewis Fork Addition and Little Wilson Creek Additions (2 copies)
Seng Mountain and Raccoon Branch (2 copies)
Stone Mountain (2 copies)
Brush Mountain and Brush Mountain East (2 copies)

^ Top