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The Preservation of History in Fairfax County, Virginia
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Chapter 1 List of Tables Chapter 2 Foreword Chapter 3 Acknowledgments Chapter 4 Introduction Chapter 5 Something to Preserve Chapter 6 Making a Commitment: 1965-1969 Chapter 7 Defining New Roles: 1969-1972 Chapter 8 Preservation and the Planning Process: 1969-1972 Chapter 9 Historic Zoning Districts: 1969-1973 Chapter 10 Preservation and Park Development: 1969-1977 Chapter 11 Causes for Celebration Chapter 12 Community Outreach Chapter 13 Collecting and Preserving Archival Resources Chapter 14 Preserving Archaeological Resources Chapter 15 The Heritage Resources Network Chapter 16 Management of Heritage Resources in Historic Districts: 1970-1992 Chapter 17 Management of Heritage Resource Properties Chapter 18 Management of Heritage Resources in the Parks: 1973-1995 Chapter 19 Continuing the Commitment Chapter 20 Appendices Chapter 21 Afterword Chapter 22 History Commission Annual Report, Fiscal Year 2000 Chapter 23 Members, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, Fairfax County History Commission, Fairfax County Park Authority Board Chapter 24 Endnotes Chapter 25 Index

About the Author

Ross and Nan Netherton are Professional Local Historians engaged in writing local history for over 40 years.

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The Nethertons' book...is a remarkable record of historic preservation in action. * The Northern Virginia Journal *
Anyone interested in historic preservation will discover great benefit from this case study and may well find it as a model work to present the story of other similarly situated communities. -- Donald J. Senese * The Journal Of Social, Political and Economic Studies *
In 'The Preservation of History in Fairfax County, Virginia,' Nan and Ross Netherton have very completely chronicled the topic they set out to investigate. . . . Without question, every library in Virginia should have a copy of this book, as should libraries outside of Virginia where the readership would be interested in local historic preservation efforts. * Mount Vernon Voice *
In 'The Preservation of History in Fairfax County, Virginia,' Nan and Ross Netherton have very completely chronicled the topic they set out to investigate. . . . Without question, every library in Virginia should have a copy of this book, as should libraries outside of Virginia where the readership would be interested in local historic preservation efforts. * Mount Vernon Voice *
The Nethertons' book...is a remarkable record of historic preservation in action. * The Northern Virginia Journal *
Anyone interested in historic preservation will discover great benefit from this case study and may well find it as a model work to present the story of other similarly situated communities. -- Donald J. Senese * The Journal Of Social, Political and Economic Studies *

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