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Values-centered preservation theory and the preservation planning of African-American historic resources in Prince George’s County, Maryland
This paper examines values-centered preservation theory as articulated in Randall Mason’s article Theoretical and Practical Arguments for Values-Centered Preservation, and considers its usefulness as a model for preservation ...
Protecting the land of the Chesapeake : balancing natural and cultural resources
From Washington, DC to the Chesapeake Bay, there is a landscape rich with natural resources, sensitive habitats and wetlands, cultural and historic sites and rural character. This same landscape is also under pressure from ...
Looking Back, Looking Forward: A New Look at the Historic Resources of the Maryland Port Towns
During the fall of 2008, the historic preservation studio of the University of Maryland’s Graduate Program in Historic Preservation developed a heritage resource study for the Maryland Port Towns, a group of four individual ...