Historic Preservation Part 1: What Is Historic Preservation?

Format: CE Course
CE Info: 3.00 HSW LU
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The primary purpose of "What Is Historic Preservation?" is to discuss the history of the historic preservation movement in the United States and present an overview of the processes and programs that have been developed over the years to integrate historic and existing buildings into the architectural field. Specifically discussed are architectural styles, the history of preservation, questions of authenticity, preservation policies, documentation and planning, preservation organizations, and professions involved in the field. This course is the first of the five-part Historic Preservation series. Each section can be taken as an individual course.

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