Historic preservation in unincorporated communities
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Unincorporated communities across Georgia face unique preservation challenges. These communities often have few people and a population that may be spread over a wider area than municipalities. Also, the leadership for these areas is usually based somewhere else. This thesis examines their unique situation and some potential solutions. The proposed solutions may not work everywhere, but they are options that have not been used widely, or at all, by unincorporated communities in Georgia.