Journal and Vocabulary Record

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Journal and Vocabulary Record ENVD 3015-002 12/10/08 Robert W. Ogle Vocabulary
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Preservation : To keep alive or existing; to keep up or maintain. Sustain : As long as it can be kept in same condition (correspondence with “Big Four of Preservation). Reconstruction : To rebuild: building must be non-existent anymore. Must be knowledgeable of the old plans of the building and original aesthetics (correspondence with “Big Four of Preservation”. Restoration : Design according to the building at its original time (correspondence with “Big Four of Preservation”). Rehabilitation : Adopt the building to a different use. House Museum : Museum whose structure is of historical or architectural significance and whose interpretation relates primarily to a buildings architecture, furnishing and history. Historic/Period Room : 3-D historical document that exists to teach history lesson. A collection of artifacts, furnishings, etc. Outdoor Museums : Restored, recreated or replica village in which the original time period is portrayed. Eminent Domain : Governments right to acquire private property for public good. Taking : The taking of ones property without compensation. National Preservation Act of 1966 : Technically created preservation and the profession. Some strong claims it owns up to is the national register of historic places, created the advisory council of historic preservation and, grants- in aid to states and national trust for historical preservation. National Register of Historic Places : Includes sites, buildings, objects, districts and structures significant in American history, architecture, archaeology and, culture. Administered by the National Park services. Criteria A: Associated with event. Criteria B: Significant person(s) Criteria C: Architectural craftsmanship; work of a master Criteria D: Yields information The Big 7: Location: Place where it was constructed or event took place. Design: The skillful thought behind the structure.
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Workmanship: Evidence of craft of a culture or people. Feeling: Properties expression of aesthetic of historical sense. Setting: Physical environment of historic property. Materials: Materials from a specific time period. Association: Direct link between an important historic event and person. Vernacular : Everyday or common High Style : Formally designed Building Style : A buildings ornament Building Type : Commercial, residential, mixed use, etc. Four Building Types
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