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Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, far left, and Interior Secretary Gale Norton, second from left, at gift ceremony, Washington, D.C. Photograph was selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on Norton tenure

Steve Williams, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

John Keys III, Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation

Brian Waidmann, Chief of Staff for Secretary of Interior

Brian Waidmann, Chief of Staff for Secretary of Interior

Martha Allbright, Executive Director, Take Pride in America, Department of Interior

Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, far left, and Interior Secretary Gale Norton, far right, at gift ceremony, Washington, D.C. Photograph was selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on Norton tenure

William Myers, Solicitor, Department of Interior

William Myers, Solicitor, Department of Interior

Craig Manson, Assistant Secretary of Interior for Fish and Wildlife and Parks

Martha Allbright, Executive Director, Take Pride in America, Department of Interior

Fran Mainella, Director, National Park Service

Martha Allbright, Executive Director, Take Pride in America, Department of Interior

P. Lynn Scarlett, Assistant Secretary for Policy, Management, and Budget

Portrait of Secretary Gale Norton

Fran Mainella, Director, National Park Service

Rebecca Watson, Assistant Secretary of Interior for Land and Minerals Management

Official black-and-white portrait of Secretary Gale Norton

Outdoor portrait of Secretary Gale Norton

Closeup of Secretary Gale Norton

J. Michael Trujillo, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Resources and Workforce Diversity

Ann Klee, Chief Counselor to the Secretary of Interior

Scenic view, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

Jeffrey Jarrett, Director, Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, Department of Interior

Closeup of Secretary Gale Norton

J. Steven Griles, Deputy Secretary of Interior

Official color portrait of Secretary Gale Norton

Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, far left, and Interior Secretary Gale Norton, far right, at gift ceremony, Washington, D.C. Photograph was selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on Norton tenure

Kathleen Clarke, Director, Bureau of Land Management

Photograph, from coverage of 2001 Presidential Inaugural, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of 2001 Presidential Inaugural, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of 2001 Presidential Inaugural, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of 2001 Presidential Inaugural, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Military band passing President's reviewing stand during 2001 Presidential Inaugural Parade, Washington, D.C.

Thomas Slonaker, Special Trustee for American Indians, Department of Interior

Photograph, from coverage of Secretary's visit to Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of Secretary's visit to Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of Secretary's visit to Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of Secretary's visit to Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Interior Secretary Gale Norton at podium, with Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, third from left behind her, and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Todd Whitman, fourth from left behind, at President's Environmental Youth Awards ceremony. Photograph was used in Interior video on Norton tenure

Interior Secretary Gale Norton, at podium, with Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Todd Whitman, behind left to right, during Environmental Protection Agency-sponsored President's Environmental Youth Awards ceremony honoring youth projects showingcommitment to environment

Interior Secretary Gale Norton, at podium, with Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Todd Whitman, behind left to right, during Environmental Protection Agency-sponsored President's Environmental Youth Awards ceremony. Photograph was used in Interiorvideo on Norton era

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Todd Whitman, Interior Secretary Gale Norton, and Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, second row left to right, at Environmental Protection Agency-sponsored President's Environmental Youth Awards ceremony honoring youth projects demonstrating commitment to the environment

Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, Interior Secretary Gale Norton, and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Todd Whitman, left to right, at Environmental Protection Agency-sponsored President's Environmental Youth Awards ceremony honoring youth projects demonstrating commitment to the environment

Interior Secretary Gale Norton, Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Todd Whitman, left to right, at Arbor Day tree-planting ceremony on Capitol Hill. Photograph was selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on Norton tenure

Interior Secretary Gale Norton, Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Todd Whitman, left to right, at Arbor Day tree-planting ceremony on Capitol Hill. Photograph was selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on Norton tenure

Vice President Dick Cheney speaking at Wyoming announcement of donation by Laurance Rockefeller of 1,106 acres of JY Ranch land to the National Park System, to become part of Grand Teton National Park. Photograph was selected for use in Interior video on tenure of Secretary Gale Norton

Mount Hood, in Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon, viewed during visit by Secretary Gale Norton

Interior Secretary Gale Norton, far left, and Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, far right, holding tribal gift, Department of Interior headquarters, Washington, D.C. Photograph was selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on Norton tenure

Photograph, from coverage of Department of Interior-Department of Energy Conference on Opportunities to Expand Renewable Energy on Public Lands, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of Department of Interior-Department of Energy Conference on Opportunities to Expand Renewable Energy on Public Lands, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of Secretary's visit to the Statue of Liberty Monument, New York City, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of Secretary's visit to the Statue of Liberty Monument, New York City, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of Secretary's New York City visit, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Steve Williams, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Photograph, from coverage of Tribal Leaders-Department of Interior Task Force on Trust Reform meeting in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Aerial view used in preparation of Department of Interior power point presentation

Department of Interior headquarters staff member Margaret Bradley at her desk, in photograph selected for use in preparation of Department of Interiorvideo on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Oregon Senator Gordon Smith, Interior Secretary Gale Norton, Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, left to right, at opening of the "A" Canal headgates of the Klamath Falls, Oregon dam, releasing water to Klamath Basin farmers. Decision to release the water came amid environmental policy debate

Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, Interior Secretary Gale Norton, Oregon Senator Gordon Smith, left to right, at opening of the "A" Canal headgates of the Klamath Falls, Oregon dam, releasing water to Klamath Basin farmers. Decision to release the water came amid environmental policy debate

Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman, Interior Secretary Gale Norton, Oregon Senator Gordon Smith, left to right, at opening of the "A" Canal headgates of the Klamath Falls, Oregon dam, releasing water to Klamath Basin farmers. Decision to release the water came amid environmental policy debate

Deputy Secretary of Agriculture James Moseley speaking at dedication ceremony for new facility, at University of Florida Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center in Davie, Florida, devoted to eradication of invasive species and protection of fragile wetlands ecosystems

Deputy Secretary of Agriculture James Moseley speaking at dedication ceremony for new facility, at University of Florida Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center in Davie, Florida, devoted to eradication of invasive species and protection of fragile wetlands ecosystems

Florida Congressman E. Clay Shaw, Jr. speaking at dedication ceremony for new facility, at University of Florida Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center in Davie, Florida, devoted to eradication of invasive species and protection of fragile wetlands ecosystems

Photograph, from coverage of Secretary's visit to Davie, Florida to view work of new research facility devoted to eradication of invasive species, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of Secretary's visit to Davie, Florida to view work of new research facility devoted to eradication of invasive species, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Florida Congressman E. Clay Shaw, Jr. speaking at dedication ceremony for new facility, at University of Florida Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center in Davie, Florida, devoted to eradication of invasive species and protection of fragile wetlands ecosystems

Bennett Raley, Assistant Secretary for Water and Science, photographed during visit to Santa Fe Indian School in Santa Fe, New Mexico for participation in ground blessing ceremony for a new, $38 million classroom and dormitory complex at the school

National Park Service Director Fran Mainella speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

National Trails Day-related events at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails, with appearances by Canal Park Superintendent Doug Faris, left, and National Park Service Director Fran Mainella

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park Superintendent Doug Faris speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

National Park Service Director Fran Mainella, left, with Maryland Congresswoman Connie Morella at National Trails Day-related events at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park Superintendent Doug Faris speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

National Park Service Director Fran Mainella speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

Photograph, from coverage of National Trails Day-related events at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in Washington, D.C. area, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Photograph, from coverage of National Trails Day-related events at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in Washington, D.C. area, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Anne Arundel County, Maryland Department of Recreation and Parks Superintendent David Dionne speaking at event at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails, including Baltimore and Annapolis Trail

Presentation of certificate, designating the Baltimore and Annapolis Trail as a national recreation trail, to Anne Arundel County, Maryland Department of Recreation and Parks Superintendent David Dionne, center, during event at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in Washington, D.C. area

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park Superintendent Doug Faris speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

National Trails Day-related events at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails, with appearances by American Hiking Society President Mary Margaret Sloan, left, and National Park Service's Fran Mainella

Photograph, from coverage of National Trails Day-related events at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in Washington, D.C. area, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

National Park Service Director Fran Mainella speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

Photograph, from coverage of National Trails Day-related events at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in Washington, D.C. area, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

Maryland Congresswoman Connie Morella speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states, including the Baltimore and Annapolis Trail in Maryland

Maryland Congresswoman Connie Morella speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states, including the Baltimore and Annapolis Trail in Maryland

Photograph, from coverage of National Trails Day-related events at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in Washington, D.C. area, selected for use in preparation of Department of Interior video on tenure of departing Secretary Gale Norton

National Park Service Director Fran Mainella speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

National Park Service Director Fran Mainella speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

National Trails Day-related events at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails, with appearances by Canal Superintendent Doug Faris, far right, and National Park Service head Fran Mainella, to his left

American Hiking Society's Mary Margaret Sloan, National Park Service's Fran Mainella, Maryland Congresswoman Connie Morella, left to right, at National Trails Day-related events at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking new national trails designation

Attendee with poster promoting National Trails Day-related events at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states across the country

National Park Service Director Fran Mainella speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

Presentation of certificate, designating the Baltimore and Annapolis Trail as a national recreation trail, to Anne Arundel County, Maryland Department of Recreation and Parks Superintendent David Dionne, far right, during event at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park, Washington, D.C. area

Anne Arundel County, Maryland Department of Recreation and Parks Superintendent David Dionne speaking at event at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails, including Baltimore and Annapolis Trail

National Park Service Director Fran Mainella, left, joining attendees at National Trails Day-related events at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

American Hiking Society President Mary Margaret Sloan speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

National Trails Day-related events at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails, with appearances by American Hiking Society President Mary Margaret Sloan, left, and National Park Service's Fran Mainella

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park Superintendent Doug Faris speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

Anne Arundel County, Maryland Department of Recreation and Parks Superintendent David Dionne speaking at event at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails, including Baltimore and Annapolis Trail

National Park Service Director Fran Mainella speaking at National Trails Day-related event at the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in the Washington, D.C. area, marking the designation of 26 new national recreation trails in 16 states

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