The creation of a meaningful rural preservation agenda in Georgia
Peek, Gina Gould
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An evaluation of the prospects and potentials of rural preservation in Georgia as possible within the context of the existing legislative framework, and a development of recommendations of needs (legislative and otherwise) for the creation of a meaningful rural preservation program in Georgia. Examined are federal and state preservation legislation, federal and state preservation programs, federal and state preservation organizations and the creation of a state preservation agenda.
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