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January 1, 2013
The Uncertain Future of Modernist Concrete Structures
Entrepreneur Chuck Comeau relocated his international luxury furnishings company to the rural Kansas town where he grew up and learned preservation isn't just a way to celebrate community'it's good for business, too.
In addition to playing Mr. Sulu in the original cast of "Star Trek," George Takei has done movies, voice-over work, and reality TV. But it was the years he spent imprisoned with his family and other Japanese Americans during World War II that fuel his passion.
November 1, 2012
Ken Burns has been preserving America's history for more than 20 years
Restoring the Last American Whaling Ship
Restored lockhouses along the C&O Canal give guests an opportunity to step back in time
150 years after Sharpsburg, Md., was the site of America's bloodiest battle, Civil War author and historian Nicholas Redding explains how its well-preserved farmsteads and rolling fields offer visitors an opportunity to view the terrain much as the Unio
As the Rosenwald School program celebrates its centennial, preservationists are intensifying efforts to save the historic buildings and re-establish them as community hubs across the South and Southwest
Gateway to the West has a rich history spanning four centuries of architecture and culture
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