Across the United States, natural darkness is an endangered resource. East of the Mississippi, it is already extinct; even in the West, night sky connoisseurs admit that it's quicker to find true darkness by flying to Alice Springs, Australia, than traveling to anywhere in the lower forty-eight. Ever since the nation's first electric streetlight made its debut in Cleveland, on April 29, 1879, the American night has become steadily brighter.
The National Parks Print is a Schoolhouse Electric exclusive. This 24 1/2x36 1/2 print comes on high quality archival paper and can be purchased with or without a frame. The map of the US is a "topo-like" print and has a pine tree marking the National Parks across the US.