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Unformatted text preview: (common) these evolved through use by people whose activities/occupancies shaped the landscapes (working landscapes, villages). Examples) Farmland, Waterford in Virginia, Ka'anea, Point Reyes in California Ethnographic landscapes: these have a variety of resources (cultural, natural) that cultural groups define as heritage resources, social and spiritual. These landscapes show a connection with cultural groups. Example) Native Americans and the Southwest US, Petroglyphs, Canyon de Chally, Hubbell Trading Post, Martin Luther King site Historic sites: these connect with poetry and painting and they are recognized for their connection with important people and events/activities. Examples) Vanderbilt estate, Brandy station Why preserve historic landscapes?: These places forge vital connections with the past, retain wonderful places in our world, and extend the legacy for future generations...
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- Spring '99