Guide to the Preparation of Commemorative Integrity Statements

Guideline No. 4 - Templates

4.1 Format for CISs

Note - The section numbers in this template are for purposes of the template. Related section of the Guide and Guidelines are in [square brackets].

Cover Page - containing correct site name, location, date prepared and identifying document as a Commemorative Integrity Statement.

Signature Page - containing signatures of the Field Unit Superintendent and the Director General, National Historic Sites, as a minimum. [Guideline No. 3, section 3.3]

  • 1.0 Introduction [Guide, section 2.1]
    • 1.1 Overview [2.1.1]
    • 1.2 National Historic Sites Program Objectives [2.1.2]
    • 1.3 Commemorative Integrity [2.1.3]
      • 1.3.1 Definition of Commemorative Integrity
      • 1.3.2 Definition and Purpose of the Commemorative Integrity Statement
      • 1.3.3 Uses of the Commemorative Integrity Statement [1.3]
    • 1.4 Cultural Resource Management (CRM) Policy [2.1.4]
  • 2.0 Designation and Context [2.2]
    • 2.1 Designation [2.2.1]
    • 2.2 Commemorative Intent [2.2.2]
      • 2.2.1 Definition [2.2.2.1]
      • 2.2.2 Statement of Commemorative Intent for XY National Historic Site of Canada [2.2.2.2]
    • 2.3 Designated Place [2.2.3]
      • 2.3.1 Definition [2.2.3.1]
      • 2.3.2 Description of Designated Place [2.2.3.2]
    • 2.4 Historic and Geographic Context [2.2.4]
      • 2.4.1 Historic Context [2.2.4.1]
      • 2.4.2 Geographic Context [2.2.4.2]
  • 3.0 Resources Directly Related to the Reasons for Designation as a National Historic Site [2.3]
    • 3.1 Designated Place
      • 3.1.1 Description [2.2.3.1]
      • 3.1.2 Historic Values [2.3.2]
    • 3.2 Landscapes and Landscape Features
      • 3.2.1 Description
      • 3.2.2 Historic values [2.3.2]
    • 3.3 Buildings and Structures
      • 3.3.1 Description
      • 3.3.2 Historic Values [2.3.2]
    • 3.4 Archaeological Sites
      • 3.4.1 Description
      • 3.4.2 Historic values [2.3.2]
    • 3.5 Objects
      • 3.5.1 Description
      • 3.5.2 Historic values [2.3.2]
    • 3.6 Objectives [2.3.3]
  • 4.0 Effective Communication of the Reasons for Designation as a National Historic Site [2.4]
    • 4.1 Reasons for Designation as a National Historic Site [2.4.1]
      • 4.1.1 Definition [2.4.1.1]
      • 4.1.2 Reasons for Designation [2.4.1.2]
    • 4.2 Context Messages [2.4.2]
      • 4.2.1 Definition [2.4.2.1]
      • 4.2.2 Context Messages [2.4.2.2 & 2.4.2.3]
    • 4.3 Objectives [2.4.3]
  • 5.0 Resources, Values and Messages Not Related to the Reasons for Designation as a National Historic Site [2.5]
    • 5.1 Resources Not Related to the Reasons for Designation as a National Historic Site [2.5.1.1]
    • 5.2 Values Not Related to the Reasons for Designation as a National Historic Site [2.5.1.2]
    • 5.3 Objectives for Resources and Values [2.5.1.3]
    • 5.4 Messages Not Related to the Reasons for Designation as a National Historic Site [2.5.2]
    • 5.5 Objectives for Messages [2.5.2.1]
  • 6.0 Appendices [2.6]
    • 6.1 HSMBC Minutes and Plaque Texts
    • 6.2 Map of the National Historic Site
    • 6.3 List of CIS Team Members
4.2 Sample Signature Page

NORTH PACIFIC CANNERY
NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE OF CANADA

Commemorative Integrity Statement

Approved:



Christina Cameron, Director General DATE
National Historic Sites
Parks Canada




Steve Langdon, Field Unit Superintendent
Gwaii Haanas Field Unit
Parks Canada




Herb Pond, Executive Director,
North Pacific Cannery Village Museum

JANUARY 2000