Preservation in the News - April 10, 2012
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Slave Dwelling Project Comes to Columbia’s Oldest Remaining House
Joseph McGill is a Field Officer with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and a Civil War 54th Regiment re-enactor. He’s been all around the country sleeping in slave cabins and dwellings as a part of his Slave Dwelling Project. In an effort...
Business owners revitalize Millsboro
Shauna Garrigues 04/10/12
Outlet: The Daily Times - Online
The group plans to use some of that money to send its executive board members to the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Baltimore so they can understand how to create an urban environment downtown while preserving history. Those who rid...
Listing sought for Jensen-Byrd
Outlet: The Spokesman-Review
They hope the building is part of an annual list of endangered places compiled by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Spokane Preservation Advocates, a nonprofit group, has nominated the Jensen-Byrd building for inclusion on a national lis...
‘Grand design' revealed for 1918 hangar
Scott Huddleston 04/10/12
Outlet: San Antonio Express-News - Online
He noted that the San Antonio Conservation Society has nominated the hangar for the National Trust for Historic Preservation 's annual list of the nation's most endangered historic sites. Jakeway vowed to work more closely with preservation groups, a...