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Fall 2003 Forum Journal: "Is It Real?" Exploring Authenticity at Historic Sites

Table of Contents * Introduction by Byrd Wood * A Place for Authenticity at Lincoln Cottage by William A. Dupont, AIA * Recent Investigations at Montpelier; Introduction by Michael Quinn; by Mark R. Wenger and Myron O. Stachiw * Exploring the Boundary: Archeological Authenticity...


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Summer 2003 Forum Journal: Regional Heritage Areas: Connecting People to Places and History

Table of Contents * Introduction by Richard Moe * Heritage Areas: Connecting People to their Place and History by Jayne Daly * Evolution of the Heritage Area Movement by J. Glenn Eugster * Planning for Heritage Areas by Joseph DiBello * The Blue Ridge Heritage Initiative:...


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Cheryl Hargrove on Cultural Heritage Tourism

Cheryl Hargrove was the first director of heritage tourism for the National Trust for Historic Preservation, serving from 1989 through 1995. As a national leader in heritage tourism, Hargrove developed key steps and principles for sustainable tourism focusing on history and culture, which...

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Fall 2007 Forum Journal Heritage Corridors: Pathways to History

Table of Contents Introduction: Heritage Corridors as Pathways to History by Brenda Barrett The Great Allegheny Passage and Its Trail Towns: Connecting Recreation, Tourism, and Community Redevelopment by Linda McKenna Box Preserving Route 66: A Federal Perspective by Kaisa Barthuli...

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Spring 2008 Forum Journal: America's Historic Sites at a Crossroads

Table Of Contents Introduction: The Call for a National Conversation by James Vaughan Historic House Museums: An Embarrassment of Riches? by Marian A. Godfrey Crisis or Transition? Diagnosing Success at Historic Sites by Max A. van Balgooy Funding the Fundamentals by...

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Summer 2009 Forum Journal: Responding to the Economic Downturn

This summer's Forum Journal responds and examines some of the trends in historic preservation. Read Donovan Rypkema's 20/20 Vision into the Future, and how Statewide and Local Partners are reacting to the economy in their localities. Anita Durel looks to options for museums and historic sites,...


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It Ain't Just About Tourism Folks; Preservation Makes Money Too (March 3, 2016 | Forum Webinar)

Historic Savannah Foundation (HSF) has tweaked the model of measuring preservation's economic impacts, and its new report " Beyond Tourism " illustrates how to capture and present data that affirm the value of preservation. Thanks to a Moe Grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation...

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Recent Work at Acoma: Partnerships for Preservation

Known as Sky City, the ancient Pueblo of Acoma is located 60 miles west of Albuquerque, N.M. The 70-acre village together with its famed San Esteban del Rey Mission is located on top of a high sandstone mesa and inhabited year-round by fewer than 50 of the approximately 3,000 people who occupy...

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Putting Hotel “Guests” to Work

Cape May, N.J., may be America`s oldest seashore resort, with one of the largest collections of 19th-century wood-frame buildings in the country. The 1876 Chalfonte Hotel, the resort`s oldest continually operating hotel, is a centerpiece of this National Historic Landmark district. Owners Anne...

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New Jersey`s Partnership Approach for Protecting Historic Roads

Roads are an integral part of our daily lives; they have been for centuries. It`s how we get from here to there. In fact, roads are so enmeshed with our lives that often we take them for granted. We shouldn`t. Roads can greatly enhance our understanding of our collective past. The rumble of...