Table of Contents
* Introduction by Richard Moe: New Frontiers in Preservation* How Creativity and Sense of Place Fuel the New Economy by Richard Florida * Lewis and Clark’s American Odyssey by Dayton Duncan * Native America in the 21st Century: Out of the Mists and Beyond Myth by W. Richard West* A Partnership to “Preserve America” by Gale A. Norton * New Roles for Preservation in Housing and Community Development by Paul C. Brophy* Integrating GSA’s Portfolio and Stewardship Strategies to Benefit Historic Buildings by F. Joseph Moravec * The 25th Anniversary of the Penn Central Decision: Its Impact Then and Now by Randall T. Shepard
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