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A Snapshot of Historic Preservation, Jackson County 2001
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TitleA Snapshot of Historic Preservation, Jackson County 2001
AbstractPhotos and article about the history of Jackson County historic preservation, "specifically the preservation of historic buildings, sites and structures," and especially growing since the 1960s. Definitions of historical status and description of reasons for preservation of history (such as "enjoyment and education of future generations" and "strengthening a sense of community").
NotesPage 11: "The United States Department of the Interior created the National Register of Historic Places in 1966. That same year Fort Osage National Historic Landmark near Sibley, Missouri, became the first property to be listed from Jackson County. Since then, Jackson County has seen an average of 5 buildings, sites or structures listed each year. Today there are over 174 Jackson County properties, including 30 multiple-building districts and two archeological [sic] districts, recorded on the National Register."
AuthorBrad Finch
DateSpring//2001
SourceJackson County Historical Society Journal
Locationq977.841 J14j
Volume41
Number1
Page11-13
Local SubjectNational Register of Historic Places
Architecture--Preservation
Architecture--Restoration
Landmarks
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID118706
CONTENTdm number17739
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