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Heather A. Huyck, American historian. Named Hewlett Lecturer, Society History in Federal Government, 1988; fellow Congressional Fellow, American History Association, 1985-1986.


Huyck, Heather A. was born on May 27, 1951 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Earl E. Huyck, Dorothy B. Huyck.


Doctor of Philosophy of America History, University Minnesota, 1981. Master of Arts in Cultural Anthropology, University Minnesota, 1978. Bachelor in American History, Carleton College, 1973—1973.


Reg. chief his. northeast regional national park service and visiting lecturer College of William and Mary, since 2002. Director, Jamestown 400th Project National Park Service, Jamestown, Virginia, 2000—2002, director, office strategic planning Denver, 1994—2000. Member professional staff subcommittee National Parks and Public Lands, Washington, 1987—1994.

Chief resource management, National Capital Parks Central National Park Service, 1983—1985, interpretive specialist, Cultural Resources Washington Office, 1980—1983, manager, Clara Barton National History Site Glen Echo, Maryland, 1978—1980. Site manager National Park Service, Glen Echo.


  • Other Work

    • Editor (book): National Park Service Strategic Plan, 1997.


Board directors National Council Public History, 1996—1999. Lay reader Bruton Parish, since 2001. Founder, co-convenor Minnesota committee Episcopalian Church Women's Ordination Now, Minneapolis, 1974—1978.

Member of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, National Parks Conservation Association, National Trust for History Preservation, Organization American Historians (life), Sierra Club, Cosmos Club.


  • Other Interests



Married Charles Clapper.

Earl E. Huyck Huyck

Charles Clapper.