JOHN FLETCHER LACEY

John Fletcher Lacey was a United States congressman from the state of Iowa. He is significant in the history of the conservation movement for his role in writing and enacting the Antiquities Act, pivotal for the preservation of major archaeological sites in the Southwestern United States. Wikipedia*

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