Description: In this video, which is part of a symposium session, Terri Guen, a landscape architect in Chicago discusses her experience in working with the Advisory Council for the National Register of Historic Places. She was involved in a site in Boston’s Chinatown which was added to the National Register. She describes that experience and how the placement on the Register opened the door to preservation grants and increased interest both inside and outside the Boston Chinese community.
Coverage (place): California
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Theme: Railroad and Labor / Government, Policy, and Activism
Subject: Transcontinental Railroad, National Historic Landmark Designation, Summit Tunnel
Date: 9 May 2019