July/August 2010 Table of Contents
America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places
Learn why these remarkable sites must be saved
By Sudip Bose
"It's Just Different Here"
Austin's South Congress neighborhood is flourishing again—with all of its quirks intact
By Joe Nick Patoski
The Lost Capitals
Archaeologists and historians are rediscovering and reimagining two long-abandoned Alabama towns
By Betsy Crosby
People Saving Places
A Georgia parish plans to relocate a church from New York State • Gozaic, the National Trust's heritage travel website, introduces new features • stars of the entertainment industry join with nonprofits to rescue the Hollywood sign
Making a Difference
Theresa Segal helped save the Bridge of Lions in St. Augustine, Fla.
Now & Then
No one knows whether Detroit's haunting train station has reached the end of the line
Two writers visited a Washington lighthouse to paint, sweep—and preserve nautical history
Carol and Hugo Rizzoli rescued a dilapidated parsonage on Maryland's Eastern Shore and turned it into a bed-and-breakfast
The Back Page
Architectural drawings capture skylines that might have been
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