The creation of Shenandoah National Park led to the dispossession of established families, and subsequently created a welfare class. Justification of the removals was based on stereotypes held by outsiders; residents of Shenandoah were portrayed in the media as pioneer squatters and “our eighteenth century counterparts”. The National Park Service has all but wiped out Shenandoah National Park’s human history. The Shenandoah removals remain a sore subject among descendants of the evicted and recent studies have broadened awareness of the selective history the park chooses to present its visitors. Archaeological excavations at homesteads within the park refute notions of Shenandoah families as isolated and backward.
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- Shenandoah National Park (Va.) - History
- Shenandoah River Valley (Va. And W. Va.) - History
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Compiler: Caroline Knight, 29 November 2000
UPDATED: Cameron Farlow, 8 October 2009