The Salem Project: Study of Alternatives : Public Summary
U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1989 - Cultural property - 34 pages
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18th century Advantages and Disadvantages Alternatives Alternative America's early settlement American Textile History Amesbury BoxFORD city of Salem coastline county's Countywide cultural resources downtown Salem enhance the story Essex County communities factory Fitz Hugh Lane Fort Pickering Historic District Potential immigrant important resources interpretation alternative Lawrence and Haverhill leather and textile leather industries Major Advantages Marblehead maritime era Maritime National Historic Merrimack River National Historic Site National Park Service nationally significant natural and scenic neighborhoods Newburyport North Andover º º º participants Potential historic resources preservation and interpretation private citizens private sector RESOURCES Essex County resources related resources throughout Salem and Essex Salem Maritime National Salem Partnership Salem Project Salisbury Mills scenic resources Shawsheen Village shipbuilding shoe Significant Resources Street Historic District TCUP textile and leather textile industries textile mill throughout the county tourism unified story Village Historic District visitor center