A Richer Heritage: Historic Preservation in the Twenty-First Century

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Index
Abandoned Shipwreck Act (1987), 266
Academia Istropolitana Nova (Institute for Advanced Studies, Svaty Jur, Slovakia), 373, 375, 525 (n. 19)
Academic programs: in landscape preservation, 193; in archaeology, 264; in historic preservation, 344, 502 (n. 7); in folklore, 429, 433; interdisciplinary, 445. See also Historic preservation, education for; Historic preservation, professional training for
Accra, Ghana: U.S. embassy in, 364
Adams National Historic Site, 201
Adaptive use, 10; for historic properties, 237, 459; growth of projects in, 279; ordinances on, 287; REITs for, 304; under Secretary's Standards, 378
Adirondack Architectural Heritage, 239, 242
Administrative Procedure Act, 528 (n. 21)
Adverse effects: under Section 106, 48–49, 53, 500 (n. 24); mitigation of, 63, 66, 520 (n. 2); through excavation, 266–67; research exception to, 267, 268
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP), 36, 38–41; creation of, 11, 499 (n. 8); makeup of, 38–39; oversight by, 39; implementation of NHPA, 39–40; in Section 106 processes, 45, 47–51, 536 (n. 42); evaluation criteria of, 48; formal comments of, 49, 500 (n. 25); in Section 110f processes, 50; standards used by, 62; on mitigation funding, 66; as coordinating body, 77; state involvement in, 82; funding for, 92, 455; rewriting of regulations, 92; Review and Compliance program of, 105 — 10; affordable housing guidelines of, 108–9; use of landscape guidelines, 197, 220; role in archaeology, 257, 265, 268; on areas of potential effects, 267–68; role of National Trust in, 322; international role of, 361; tribal regulations, 417
African American Heritage Preservation Foundation, 335
African Americans: historic places of, 12, 16, 198, 386, 387, 438; cultural recognition of, 163; preservation of cultural history, 386; National Historic Landmarks of, 387–88; genealogy of, 388; preservation activities of, 392–97; slaves, 400; folklore of, 426
African Burial Ground (New York, N.Y.), 393–94
African Development Bank, 365, 381
Ag riculture: and landscape preservation, 209
Air pollution, 226
Alabama Historical Commission, 389
Alaska Natives: historic places of, 421
Alexander, Christopher, 465
Alexandria Archaeology (Virginia), 257, 275
Algic Researches (Schoolcraft), 425
Allen, James, 7
Alliance for Historic Landscapes Preservation (AHLP), 191, 192, 195, 196
Alliance for National Heritage Areas, 243, 440
Amana Colonies (Iowa), 191, 195, 514 (n. 6)
Ambassador's Fund for Cultural Preservation (BECA), 363
American Anthropology Past and Future (SAA), 260
American Association for State and Local History, 13
American Cultural Resources Association (ACRA), 264
American Express Company: support of preservation, 369, 370
American Folklife Center (Library of Con-

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