Term Historic Preservation
Code TA-2800
Definition Programs that acquire, protect, maintain and, where necessary, restore buildings, structures, art and cultural objects, landscapes, sites or entire districts that have historical, architectural, archaeological, engineering, cultural, or artistic significance for the enjoyment and edification of current and future generations.
Created 3/10/92
Changed 8/1/07
Use References Antique Preservation
Historical Heritage Conservation
See Also References Antique Donation Programs (TI-1800.0800)
Community Development Corporations (TB-1500)
Environmental Beautification (JD-2000)
Historical Research (TR-8000.3000)
Historical Societies (TA-2850)
Historic Places (PL-7600.3000)
Historic Preservation Volunteer Opportunities (PX-0700.3000)
History Clubs/Societies (PS-8200.3100-250)
Local History Programs (TA-3000.4500)
Redevelopment Programs (TB-7000)
External Classification Terms Arts, Culture and Recreation (AIRS AR-100)
Arts, Culture and Recreation (CAN AR-100)
Historical Societies & Historic Preservation (NTE A82)
Historic Preservation (UW
Historic Preservation & Conservation (NPC A04.04)
Related Concepts
Facet Service
Bibliographic References “Frequently Asked Questions on Historic Preservation”, Municipal Research & Services Center (MRSC) Website, Seattle, WA, http://www.mrsc.org/planning/historic/hpfaqs.htm

UWASIS II: A Taxonomy of Social Goals & Human Service Programs, United Way of America Services Identification System, United Way of America, Alexandria, Virginia: Second Edition, November 1976.

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