Interpretation of Historic Sites
Rowman Altamira, 1996 - Reference - 202 pages
Interpretation of Historic Sites offers essential knowledge on how to develop and conduct interpretive programs for every historic site, regardless of size or budget.
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Interpretation An Introduction
Planning the Interpretation
Presenting the Site
Additional Methods of Interpretation
Interpreting for School Tours
Selection of Interpreters
Training of Interpreters
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