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Preservation and Web GIS - Spring 2006
Historic preservation today is still begun at the grass roots level. Generating a
committed community of individuals dedicated to preservation of resources is critical in
Lexington Market and the West Side Renaissance - Spring 2006
Public markets have been part of the fabric of American society for over two hundred fifty years.
At one point, nearly every American city had at least one public market. While each market
This paper uses existing policy objectives and demonstration projects to provide both a theoretical and a practical foundation for the use of alternative design guidelines at the local level. Underlyi
Historic preservationists and urban planners are involved in revitalizing and redeveloping
downtown historic districts. As these districts become more desirable to residents, tourists,
Reclaiming a Towns National History - Spring 2006
After a humiliating failure at Spring Hill, General John Bell Hood made the greatest
mistake of his career and put an end to the Confederate Army of Tennessee at Franklin,
Baltimore City is experiencing a renaissance in the wake of a nationwide wave of inner-city
neighborhood revitalization. While many Baltimore neighborhoods are benefiting from this
Historical Archaeology in Historic House Museums - Spring 2006
Historical archaeology offers unique possibilities to the interpretation of history at house museums. Despite this, archaeology is an under-utilized resource in the museum field. Why is this the
Beyond outright property ownership, historic preservation easements represent
the most powerful tool for protecting the architectural character of historic structures.
Easements are b
This paper explores the intersection between historic preservation and brownfield
redevelopment along with the role of preservation in redevelopment strategy. Within the
Since the passage of the Historic Preservation Act of 1966, many objects that are important
to our cultural heritage have been preserved. Grand buildings, bridges and ships and now