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Winter 2007 Forum Journal: Making Preservation Work!

​Table of Content President’s Report by Richard Moe The Bidwell Training Center and Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild: Building an Environment that Nurtures Hope by William E. Strickland, Jr. The “Not So Big” Approach to Creating a Sense of Home by Sarah Susanka Values and Creativity in the Art...

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

Table Of Content 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 David...

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Existential and Evolving: Women’s History at National Trust Sites

In this post, which concludes the Forum Blog series about women's history and historic preservation, Katherine Malone-France examines the evolving nature of women's history at National Trust for Historic Preservation historic sites. Interested in discussing this post with other readers?...

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National Marine Sanctuaries: Protecting History Underwater

In 1972, President Richard Nixon signed the National Marine Sanctuaries Act , which authorized the Secretary of Commerce to designate and protect areas of the marine environment that possess special national significance. This federal law was the first to specifically call for the protection of...

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Amplifying Women’s History at Historic Sites

The Forum Blog is publishing a series about women's history and historic preservation. Interested in discussing this post with other readers? Sign up for Forum Connect . Also remember, as part of our direct-action work to save historic places, the National Trust is interested in...

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Filling in Lyndhurst’s Working History: Stove Grill Replacement with Plastic Casting

By Emma Gencarelli Every summer, Lyndhurst—National Trust Historic Site in Tarrytown, New York—hosts a handful of Preservation interns from different academic programs, locations, and backgrounds. This year I was fortunate to be one of them. The interns’ projects vary from year to year. The...

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Forum Webinar: Shared Use at Historic Sites

On Tuesday, September 26 th , Preservation Leadership Forum hosted “ Commerce + Interpretation: The Possibilities, Pitfalls, and Principles of Shared Use at Historic Sites ”, as part of the Forum Webinar Series. One of the Barns at Cooper-Molera Adobe. | Credit: National Trust for Historic...

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Slide Deck: Cooper-Molera Shared Use Webinar

This is the slide deck for the webinar "Commerce + Interpretation: The Possibilities, Pitfalls, and Principles of Shared Use at Historic Sites" which streamed on September 26, 2017. #ForumWebinar #HistoricSites #SharedUse

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Commerce + Interpretation: The Possibilities, Pitfalls, and Principles of Shared Use at Historic Sites (September 26, 2017 | Forum Webinar)

The shared use model for Cooper-Molera in Monterey, California was developed with replicability in mind. With the project now underway, we will hear from Douglas Wiele of Foothill Partners, Inc., along with Katherine Malone-France and Paul Edmondson of the National Trust for Historic...


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One Person at a Time: Interpreting Slavery at Montpelier

By Elizabeth Chew Since the late 1980s, museum leaders, curators, and educators have greatly expanded race- and class-based interpretations, broadening the stories of elite house and estate dwellers by incorporating narratives of those who performed the tasks necessary to keep such places...

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