Past Meets Future: Saving America's Historic Environments
Antoinette J. Lee
John Wiley & Sons, Oct 1, 1992 - History - 384 pages
Emanating from a special National Preservation Conference, leading experts present 33 essays on future trends in the historic preservation field. Topics range from cultural diversity to the future of American communities. This book will guide preservations and anyone concerned about our built environment into the next quarter century.
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WHERE HAVE WE BEEN?
JANUS NEVER SLEEPS
THE EARLY YEARS
Peter H Brink and H Grant Dehart
FORGING NEW VALUES IN UNCOMMON TIMES 37 A LARGER UMBRELLA
MULTICULTURAL BUILDING BLOCKS
THE URGENCY OF URBAN PRESERVATION
TWO VIEWS OF THE FUTURE 117 Neil W Horstman
AFFECTING PUBLIC POLICY 127 Hester A Davis
A NEW PARADIGM FOR PRESERVATION 145 Donovan D Rypkema
A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON AMERICAN HERITAGE 157 Jeanne Mansett Strong
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