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Department of the Interior

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For the United States Department of the Interior, see United States Department of the Interior on Wikipedia.
Mentioned-only faction
Department of the Interior
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Territory
Notable LocationsAcadia National Park
Death Valley National Park
Everglow National Campground
Grand Canyon National Park (formerly)
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Zion National Park
Relations and associations
ParentUnited States of America
Child EntitiesUnited States Geological Survey
 
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United States Department of the Interior was a pre-War department of the United States government. The Department of the Interior was a federal executive department responsible for the conservation of most federal lands, natural resources, and other related entities, such as the United States Geological Survey.

Background

The DOI operated the national parks (largely through the National Park Agency) of the United States and was even producing posters for parks like the Zion National Park series produced right before the Great War. They also had an Appalachian division, creating posters for regions in West Virginia. In addition, they also mapped geological areas for Vault construction.[1] Gray paragraphs are based on Van Buren and were not confirmed by primary sources Outside of the control of the DOI, the federal government would see fit to revoke the national park status of the Grand Canyon, effectively taking responsibility of the Grand Canyon from the Interior and into the hands of corporations to exploit its natural resources.

Notes

  • The function of the Department of the Interior is exactly the same as in reality, however with minor changes such as a slightly different seal.

Gallery

Zion Canyon

West Virginia

References