In this volume, some of the best figures in the field have come together to write on preservation movements across the country, from New York to Atlanta to Santa Fe and others. Giving Preservation a History also touches on the European roots of the historic preservation movement; on how preservation movements have taken a leading role in shaping American urban space and urban development; how historic preservation battles have reflected broader social forces; and what the changing nature of historic preservation means for the effort to preserve the nation's past.For an example of how economics continues to influence preservation, see Arthur P.Ziegler Jr. and Walter C.Kidney, Historic Preservation in Small Towns: A Manual of Practice (Nashville: American Association for State and Local History, 1980). ... A. Spiegehnan for her senior thesis, aArchitectural Renewal on College Hilla (honors thesis, Department of American Civilization, Brown University, 1974) .
|Title||:||Giving Preservation a History|
|Author||:||Max Page, Randall Mason|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2004|