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Turf wars nearly smothered agency at birth

One hundred years ago today, President Wilson signed the law creating the National Park Service. The drive to protect the parks sprang from conservationists’ failure to prevent the building of a dam that destroyed Yosemite National Park's Hetch Hetchy Valley. But it took six years of legislative wrangling to get it done.

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