LNSP Sources

Works Cited

1. Church, Jarid. Lake Norman State Park Ranger. Visited February 5, 2015.

2. Lancaster, Mark. Lake Norman Marine Commissioner, Iredell County. Visited February 3, 2015.

3. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. “Division of Hydropower Administration and Commission: Commission Handbook”, Section 13.3.1. March 2004. Accessed February 24, 2015. http://www.ferc.gov/industries/hydropower/gen-info/handbooks/compliance_handbook.pdf

4. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission. General Development Plan: Lake Norman 1961-1962

5. Burby, Raymond J. III, Thomas G. Donnelly and Shirley F. Weiss. Lake Norman Developmental Impact Study. June 1972

Works Referenced

Duke Energy. “Lake Norman”. n.d. Accessed February 25, 2015.  <http://www.duke-energy.com/lakes/facts-and-maps/lake-norman.asp>

Iredell County. “Lake Norman Maps Offered”. Newspaper article. May 3, 1965. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman: #10.

Iredell County. “Public Now Enjoying Duke Park Facilities”. Newspaper article. July 17, 1965. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman: #15.

Lake Norman Times. “Duke Power Addresses Shoreline”. Newspaper article. December 24, 2003. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman: #124.

R & L. “Expensive beach addition at Lake Norman behind schedule”. Newspaper article. July 31, 2004. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman: #124.

Osborne, Clyde. “State Park at Lake Norman is Scheduled to Open Friday”. Newspaper article. July 11, 1965. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman.

Osborne, Jessica. “Populatiry of LN State Park soars”. Newspaper article. March 1, 2011. R&L p. 1A. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman #144.

Haag, Richard. “Duke Power Suggests Alternative Park Sites”. Newspaper article. July 10, 1988. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman #23.

R & L. “Lake Norman becomes home for thousands”. Newspaper article. March 14, 1977. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman #6.

Haag, Richard. “Duke Power, Counties Cooperate To Police Lake’s Access Areas”. Newspaper article. June 26, 1988. Iredell Neighbors. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman.

Millstead, Brett. “Enjoy outdoor recreation? Check out the local state park”. Newspaper article. July 17, 1997. R & L. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman #114.

Brown, Beverly. “33,000-Acre Lake Norman Has 8 Public Access Areas”. Newspaper article. June 26, 1988. Iredell Neighbors. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman.

Beshears, Erica. “52o miles of shoreline. 125 yards of beach.”. Newspaper article. July 16, 2006. Iredell Public Library, Lincolnton, Lake Norman #138.

The authors would like to extend a special thanks to Mark Lancaster, Jarid Church, Amy Shepard, William Mogen, Chuck McShane, and Craig Wyant for taking the time to speak with us. We would also like to thank the Lincolnton Public Library Archives, the Davidson College library, Jan Blodgett, Craig Milberg, the Environmental Studies Department, and the Duke Energy Foundation for their support and resources.