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Building Carpentry into Nevada's Secondary Curriculum, One Nail at a Time
In order to practice historic preservation, one must possess the skills and the know-how to do so. This thesis research examines the possibility of implementing the building skill of carpentry into secondary education in ...
A Case for Storied Landscapes: Wilderness and Historic Preservation
This treatise presents a new framework for addressing cultural resources in the context of wilderness designated under the 1964 Wilderness Act. To this end, it presents a contextual history of the concept of wilderness on ...
Curtain Call: The Role of Historic Theatres in the Revitalization of Erie Canalway Communities
Historic theatres capture the fascination of all who enter their treasured performance halls. Rehabilitated theatres have the added advantage of making a positive impact on their communities. This thesis proposes that the ...
Stranded in Time: Protecting Properties Outside the Period of Significance in Existing Historic Districts
Historic designation captures a judgment about the significance of historic places and their components at a particular moment in time. The classification of resources within a historic district as historically significant ...
Industrial Storytelling: Preservation and Adaptive Use at Waterfront Redevelopments in the Puget Sound Region of the Pacific Northwest
Puget Sound waterfront redevelopments that visually communicate their histories of industrial use will best achieve sustainability, cultural meaning, and authentic placemaking for local residents. Preservation, design, and ...