Sagebrush Rebellion (Movement : Nev.)
Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: The Sagebrush Rebellion was a movement during the 1970s and 1980s that sought major changes to federal land control, use and disposal policy in the American West where, in 13 western states, federal land holdings include between 20% and 85% of a state's area.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
An Interim Report to the Attorney General on Constitutional and Historical Data Relating to the "Sagebrush Rebellion"
Overview The Sagebrush Rebellion is the name applied to a movement which gained momentum in the 1960s in the western United States and especially in the State of Nevada, to return control of federal lands to individual states. Collection contains a report written by James Hulse and Michael Brodhead about the historical context concerning lands in the United States in regards to the Sagebrush Rebellion.
Dates: September 3, 1980
Abstract Material pertaining to the "Sagebrush Rebellion" in Nevada and western states of the United States. The movement advocated a return of federally owned lands to state jurisdiction; in Nevada it was lead by State Senator Norman Glaser in July 1999. Includes correspondence, reports, legislative material from Nevada and other western states, and articles from newspaper and other print media.Reports, correspondence, studies, position papers, fact sheets, speeches, text of legislation, minutes of...
Overview Regional chapter of the Sierra Club, a California-based national organization devoted to preserving nature for future generations. The Toiyabe Chapter was organized in 1957 and originally included Nevada, California east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and north of San Bernardino and Kern Counties, and parts of the state of Utah. Collection contains records created or collected by the Toiyabe Chapter of the Sierra Club, related to the environment, its use, and its preservation. Records document...
Overview The C. Clifton Young papers document the lives of Clarence Clifton (Cliff) Young, his father Clarence L. Young, and and mother Florence Anker Young. Including personal and business documents, these family papers give insight into life in Lovelock Nevada in the nineteenth and twentieth century (1878-1995).