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Denver undertakes innovative historic buildings survey
Denver undertakes innovative historic buildings survey

What’s the best way to tackle a historic survey of 160,000 buildings covering 159 square miles?

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Travel guidelines for Oregon historic highway
Travel guidelines for Oregon historic highway

The Columbia River Gorge Highway offers stunning vistas of breathtaking natural beauty and historic sites along the 75-mile route.

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Commercial landscape preservation
Commercial landscape preservation

The Society for Commercial Archaeology is devoted to preservation of the buildings, artifacts, structures, signs and symbols of the 20th century commercial landscape.

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Saving time and money: Exclusions to Section 106 review
Saving time and money: Exclusions to Section 106 review

The report Synthesis of Transportation Exclusions to Section 106 Review explores how federal, state and local transportation agencies are increasingly challenged to deliver more quickly, cheaper and with less staff.

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Creating pedestrian and bike trails saves historic bridges
Creating pedestrian and bike trails saves historic bridges

Preservation options to keep a historic bridge in use typically involve one of five solutions. MnDOT’s Management Plan for Historic Bridges describes each possibility.

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Climate change impacts on preservation in the 21st Century
Climate change impacts on preservation in the 21st Century

Climate changes cause significant impacts on cultural resources.

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Tools to use: Mid-century Modern architecture
Tools to use: Mid-century Modern architecture

What’s not to love about the clean lines and sleek forms of Mid-century Modern architecture? I am always looking for research tools.

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American stories: National Park Service encourages diversity
American stories: National Park Service encourages diversity

How do you properly interpret the history of minority and underrepresented groups?

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Celebrated photographer of roadside architecture remembered
Celebrated photographer of roadside architecture remembered

John Margolies, considered the country’s foremost photographer of vernacular and roadside architecture, died on May 26 at 76 years of age.

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One-stop shop for Big Data on bridges
One-stop shop for Big Data on bridges

Bridge data becomes Big Data with the new Long-Term Bridge Performance Bridge Portal.

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