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For almost 100 years in the 19th and early 20th century, the C&O Canal provided an important transportation route along the Potomac River. Today, almost 1,300 historic structures remain within the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park, including many of the lockhouses that controlled the flow of commerce along the approximately 185-mile route. The size of the park, however, and the number of historic resources located within present a maintenance challenge for the Park Service.
By Christine Madrid French This is the last post in a series of posts exploring Modernist sites and efforts to preserve them. Join our top-notch blog contributors as they take you from Tucson’s Sunshine Mile to Googie coffee shops. See the end of this post for the full list of articles. The Modernists are winning! At
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You hear it all the time: The age of “Big Data” is upon us. Ubiquitous sensors, mobile devices, and computer software endlessly collect information, adding up to form an unfathomably immense mass of information to be used in all sorts of ways. For some, “Big Data” calls to mind privacy concerns and the NSA; others
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- 2014 LOCUS Leadership Awards
Deadline: May 1, 2014
- The 2014 Alabama Preservation Conference
Deadline: April 24, 2014
- 2014 Allen Noble Book Award//2014 Fred Kniffen Book Award
Deadline: June 1, 2014