May/June 2010 Table of Contents

Cover of May/June 2010


Fighting Back
Galvanized by a proposed Walmart supercenter, historians, residents, and Civil War buffs are struggling to protect a threatened battlefield in Virginia 
By Christopher Shea

The View From the Top
Richard Moe reflects on 17 years as president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation 

The Winter of Mayville's Discontent
Why beloved buildings on a North Dakota campus are falling fast 
By Reed Karaim

Remaking Madewood
Maintaining a grand old Louisiana plantation house isn't just about preserving the past 
By Wayne Curtis



Editor's Note  

Trust News
Voters cast ballots for their favorite Seattle-area landmarks  

Online Extra: National Trust Historic Sites featured in new book, Great Houses of the South


People Saving Places
Plymouth Rock's historic portico gets a makeover • Woodlawn's radical experiment

Online Extra: Interview with Plymouth Portico's master mason

Making a Difference 
Pastor Kristine Carlson shepherds the restoration of her Saarinen-designed church in Minneapolis

The Texas Hill Country and the town of Fredericksburg draw visitors seeking wildflowers and architecture

Sidebar: The LBJ Ranch 

Restoring six bedrooms, four baths, and two living rooms has taken a Washington couple 12 glorious years—and they're still not finished

Now & Then
Cleveland's elaborate Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument stands restored, thanks to architects, artisans, and volunteers

Online Extra: A Monumental Job, an Interview with Architect Paul Westlake

The Back Page
Join an archaeological dig—it's fun and deeply moving


Historic Properties for Sale 



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