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West Virginia’s Historic Resources

The Planning Process

West Virginia’s Partners in Preservation

Issues and Opportunities


West Virginia Historic Preservation Goals and Objectives for 2002 - 2006


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Contact Information

Childs, Randy, David Greenstreet and Tom S. Witt.
Economic Impact of Historic Preservation in West Virginia.
Morgantown: Bureau of Business and Economic Research, West Virginia University, 1997.

Friend, Hydie and Michael Gioulis.
A Comprehensive Historic Preservation Plan for Putnam County, West Virginia.
Winfield: Putnam County Historic Landmark Commission, 1998-99.

Gilmer County Historic Landmarks Commission.
Comprehensive Plan for Historic Landmark Surveying and Preservation.
Glenville: Gilmer County Historic Landmark Commission, 1995. (Revised 2001).

Henry, Sue L., et al.
Protecting Archeological Sites on Private Lands.
Washington, D.C.: US Department of the Interior, National Park Service Preservation Planning Branch, Interagency Resources Division, 1993.

Market Street Services, Inc.
“West Virginia: A Vision Shared.”
Charleston: The West Virginia Council for Community and Economic Development, 2000.

McEvoy, Frederick.
Comprehensive Statewide Historic Preservation Plan.
Charleston: West Virginia State Historic Preservation Office, 1996.

Parsons Brinkerhoff Quade and Douglas, Inc.
National Coal Heritage Area, Strategic Management Action Plan (Draft).
Charleston: National Coal Heritage Area, 2000.

PB Booker Associates, Inc.
Coal Heritage Trail, Corridor Management Plan.
Coal Heritage Trail Association, 1998.

Rypkema, Donovan D.
The Economics of Historic Preservation.
Washington, D.C.: National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1994.

West Virginia Antiquities Commission.
Annual Report.
Document on file with West Virginia Archives and History Library, Charleston, WV,
1965 - 1976.

West Virginia Department of Culture and History.
Annual Report.
Document on file with West Virginia Archives and History Library, Charleston, WV,
1978 - 1979.