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

Table of Content * 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: Partnerships...

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Spring 2005 Forum Journal

​ Table of Content * Philosophies for Cultural Landscapes and Historic Preservation by Charles A. Birnbaum * Why Is Historic Site Visitation Down? by Carolyn Brackett * Eminent Domain: A Double-Edged Sword for Historic Preservation by Adrian Scott Fine * "Green”-habbing Chicago’s Signature...

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A Preservationist’s Perspective on the Land Trust Rally

Preservation and land trust professionals share a common goal: saving places that matter to our communities. We understand the value and importance of not only identifying and protecting important resources but also using these resources in meaningful and sustainable ways. We share a critical...

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A Preservationist’s Perspective on the Land Trust Rally

Preservation and land trust professionals share a common goal: saving places that matter to our communities. We understand the value and importance of not only identifying and protecting important resources but also using these resources in meaningful and sustainable ways. We share a critical...

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Fall 2007 Forum Journal Heritage Corridors: Pathways to History

Table of Content 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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Summer 2011 Forum Journal: Buffalo: A Living Laboratory for Preservation

The city of Buffalo, N.Y., has been called one of the country’s best-kept architectural secrets and a “textbook” for modern American buildings. This metropolis, which thrived in the 19th and early 20th century as a transportation and industrial center, boasts buildings by H. H. Richardson, Frank...

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Fall 2010 Forum Journal: Bridging Land Conservation and Historic Preservation

“Historic preservationists and land conservationists each have knowledge and tools that can really benefit the other when it comes to preserving whole places. We simply need to spend time getting to know one another and looking out for opportunities to collaborate.” Table of Contents ...

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A Marker of Hope: Preservation Planning at the Mount Zion and Female Union Band Society Cemeteries

By Tisha Allen Tucked away behind the historic Dumbarton House in Georgetown lies one of the oldest African American burial grounds in Washington, D.C.: the Mount Zion and Female Union Band Society cemeteries. This three-acre site holds two burial grounds—the Mount Zion Cemetery (formerly...

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