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: Partnerships to Preserve Traditions and Promote Positive Change by Becky Anderson* Essex National Heritage Area Embraces Heritage Education by Annie C. Harris* The Blessing and Curse of the Last Green Valley by Charlene Perkins Cutler* Four Corners Heritage Council: A Complex Collaboration to Meet Regional Goals by Wilson Martin* The South Carolina National Heritage Corridor Taps Heritage Tourism Market by Curt Cottle* What Is in the Future for the Heritage Area Movement? by Brenda Barrett and Augie Carlino
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