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Preservation Planning in Asian and Pacific Islander American Communities: A Case Study of Washington D.C.’s Chinatown
This paper explores current preservation planning practice and how traditional methods of research and survey have underserved Asian and Pacific Islander American communities in preserving both their cultural and historic ...
Changing Landscapes: Farmsteads & Resort Towns
In the Fall semester of 2019, the University of Maryland Historic Preservation Studio class worked with the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) in Prince George’s County through the Partnership ...
A RESTORATION PLAN FOR THE JAMES BRICE HOUSE ATTIC
The James Brice House is a National Register-listed property located within the historic district of Annapolis, Maryland. Despite its architectural significance, numerous components of the house have been largely altered, ...
Preservation Success or Failure? A Comparative Analysis of Historic Bridge Marketing Programs in the United States
In 1987, Congress passed the Surface Transportation and Uniform Relocation Assistance Act to foster the preservation and rehabilitation of historic bridges. The law required the recipients of federal funding make any ...
Historic Structure Assessment: Joseph R. Poffenberger House Antietam National Battlefield Sharpsburg, MD
The Joseph Poffenberger House at Antietam National Battlefield Park has strong potential to be used as an interpretive element for a proposed program to host overnight guests in battle-era homes. Unfortunately, aside from ...