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Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
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Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
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Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
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Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
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Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders

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Historic Preservation: Circuit Riders
Michele Barker
Dorr Fox
Steve Moga
Preservation Massachusetts
National Trust for Historic Preservation

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  • 1. June 3, 2010MAPD/APA PresentationMichele Barker, Dorr Fox, Steve Moga, Circuit Riders
  • 2. June 3, 2010Circuit Rider MapJune 3 2010
  • 3. June 3, 2010Dorr FoxSoutheastern Massachusetts, CapeCod, & the Islands
  • 4. June 3, 2010Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod & the Islands
  • 5. June 3, 2010Most Endangered Historic Resources List:New Bedford, Easton, Duxbury, Milton
  • 6. June 3, 2010Advocacy: Chatham, Brewster, Barnstable
  • 7. June 3, 2010March 18, 2010Schools – Norwood, Bourne, Wellesley
  • 8. June 3, 2010Demolition: New Bedford, Harwich, Sandwich
  • 9. June 3, 2010Modernism: Provincetown, Wellfleet
  • 10. June 3, 2010Grants: Plymouth, Kingston, CarverAnnual MeetingJanuary 27, 2010
  • 11. June 3, 2010Grants: New Bedford, Fall River
  • 12. June 3, 2010CPA Projects: Hanover. Wareham, DartmouthAnnual MeetingJanuary 27, 2010
  • 13. June 3, 2010Municipal Projects: Wareham, Taunton, Falmouth, Brockton
  • 14. June 3, 2010Non-profits: Wellfleet, Scituate, Westport,
  • 15. June 3, 2010Friends Meeting Houses: Mattapoisett, Somerset,WestportAnnual MeetingJanuary 27, 2010
  • 16. June 3, 2010Barns: Somerset, Dartmouth, Tisbury (Vineyard Haven)
  • 17. June 3, 2010Neighborhoods: Middleborough, Oak Bluffs, Rochester
  • 18. June 3, 2010Residences: Randolph, Middleborough
  • 19. June 3, 2010Workshops: Cape Cod , Dighton
  • 20. June 3, 2010Steve MogaNortheastern Massachusetts
  • 21. June 3, 2010EASTERN MASS.CIRCUIT RIDERREGIONSteve Moga
  • 22. June 3, 2010CPA COMMUNITIESBoxfordCambridgeCarlisleConcordGloucesterHamiltonLittletonManchester by-the-seaNewburyportNorth AndoverSouthboroughSudburyTyngsboroughWestfordNON-CPA COMMUNITIESBelmontBoston*HaverhillHullIpswichLancasterLowell*PepperellQuincy
  • 23. June 3, 2010CITIES599,351 Boston*103,512 Lowell*101,388 Cambridge91,622 Quincy59,902 Haverhill30,308 Gloucester17,144 NewburyportTOWNS27,637 North Andover23,356 Belmont21,790 Westford17,159 Sudbury16,840 Concord13,245 Ipswich11,860 Tyngsborough11,409 Pepperell11,068 Hull9,484 Southborough8,714 Littleton8,188 Hamilton8,074 Boxford7,047 Lancaster5,265 Manchester by-the-sea4,882 Carlisle2007 POPULATION
  • 24. June 3, 2010EDUCATIONALINSTITUTIONSBOSTONBENJAMIN FRANKLIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY(1908)SOUTH END LANDMARK DISTRICTTHEN: SCHOOLNOW: SCHOOL
  • 25. June 3, 2010HISTORIC CHURCHESWESTFORDFIRST PARISH(1794, alt. 1860)BOSTONST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL(1904, 1916)BOSTONGREENWOOD MEMORIAL(1901)
  • 26. June 3, 2010CONCORDROBBINS HOUSE (c. 1790)THEN: HOUSENOW: VACANT HOUSEFUTURE: PROPOSED MUSEUMTHE DRINKING GOURD PROJECTLOWELLBOWERS HOUSE (1673)THEN: HOUSE AND FARMNOW: VACANT HOUSEFUTURE: UNKNOWNOLD HOUSES
  • 27. June 3, 2010BOXFORDHOWE-CUMMINGS HOUSE (1841)THEN: HOUSE, DONATED TO TOWNFOR USE AS A LIBRARYNOW: LIBRARYOLD HOUSES
  • 28. June 3, 2010LOWELLNEW ENGLAND QUILT MUSEUM (1845)THEN: LOWELL INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS (BANK)NOW: MUSEUMMUSEUMS
  • 29. June 3, 2010NORTH ANDOVER ROLLING RIDGETHEN: ESTATE AND GARDENS (1920s)NOW: RELIGIOUS CONFERENCE & RETREAT CENTERCULTURAL LANDSCAPESLAND CONSERVATION AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION
  • 30. June 3, 2010SUDBURY WOLBACH FARMTHEN: ESTATE AND GARDENS (1880s-1920s)NOW: SUDBURY VALLEY TRUSTEES OFFICES & OPEN SPACECULTURAL LANDSCAPESLAND CONSERVATION AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION
  • 31. June 3, 2010CARLISLE BOG HOUSETHEN: CRANBERRY BOGNOW: CRANBERRY BOG & OPEN SPACECULTURAL LANDSCAPESLAND CONSERVATION AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION
  • 32. June 3, 2010TOWN CENTERSSOUTHBOROUGH TYNGSBOROUGH
  • 33. June 3, 2010CITY- AND TOWN-OWNED BUILDINGS
  • 34. June 3, 2010Michele P. BarkerWestern & Central Massachusetts
  • 35. June 3, 2010Western and Central Massachusetts
  • 36. June 3, 2010MonsonMemorial Town Hall, 1884PaxtonTown Hall, 1888West StockbridgeOld Town Hall, 1854PelhamOld Meetinghouse, 1743Municipal Buildings
  • 37. June 3, 2010CharlemontCharlemont Inn, 1787National Register ofHistoric PlacesWilliamstownBenjamin SimondsInn, 1770National Register ofHistoric PlacesHistoric Inns and Taverns
  • 38. June 3, 2010PetershamNichewaug Inn, 1899Friends of the NichewaugInnPetersham CommonLocal and NationalRegister Historic District
  • 39. June 3, 2010Industrial Buildings and ComplexesGreenfieldMuseum of OurIndustrial HeritageEasthamptonPleasant Street FeltMills
  • 40. June 3, 2010WestfieldWestfield Whip Manufacturing Co.circa 1890National Register of Historic Places
  • 41. June 3, 2010GranvilleNoble & Cooley Drum Factory, 1854-93Noble & Cooley Center for Historic PreservationGranville Village National Register Historic District
  • 42. June 3, 2010OrangeNystrom/Spear Blacksmith Shop,Circa 1850Orange Historical SocietyMendonCobbler’s shop, circa 1850Mendon Historical CommissionRural industry and craftshops
  • 43. June 3, 2010Religious propertiesAtholSt. Francis of AssisiChurchSpringfieldSt. Rachel’sChurchWilliamsburgHaydenvilleCongregationalChurch
  • 44. June 3, 2010DudleyKeekamoochaug Brook Farm, circa 1760Agricultural Sites and Structures
  • 45. June 3, 2010SunderlandHubbard Tavern andFarm, 1763
  • 46. June 3, 2010East Brookfield AgawamBuckland Plainfield
  • 47. June 3, 2010StowCenter SchoolsiteStone applebarn andblacksmithshop
  • 48. June 3, 2010ChicopeePolish Cultural Center(Former Holy Name Rectory)Springfield Street NationalRegister Historic DistrictEthnic Heritage preservation
  • 49. June 3, 2010GraftonHassanamiscoReservationCisco Homestead,circa 1800Nipmuc NationPM MostEndangered, 2009
  • 50. June 3, 2010Great Barrington“Five Acres” - JamesWeldon Johnson Houseand writing cabin, 1926WorcesterMarshall W. “Major”Taylor Housec. 1900
  • 51. June 3, 2010GranvilleTown GreenGranville Center Historic DistrictTown Commons
  • 52. June 3, 2010Historic Burial Grounds: Hadley, Belchertown
  • 53. June 3, 2010OtisKnox Trail segmentand 18th-century milemarkerOtis HistoricalCommission andBicentennialCommittee
  • 54. June 3, 2010LenoxHistoric WestinghouseStreetlightsHistoric objects and community character
  • 55. June 3, 2010GreenfieldWinslow Block, circa 1918BelchertownLawrenceMemorialTown Hall, 1923GoshenOld Town Hall,1906-1912Historic windows
  • 56. June 3, 2010GranvilleJensen House,mid-18th centuryGranville HistoricalCommission and Society
  • 57. June 3, 2010Old City Hall45 School StreetBoston, MA 02108(617) 723-3383www.preservationmass.orgNortheast Office7 Faneuil Hall Marketplace4th FloorBoston, Massachusetts 02109Phone: 617-523-0885Fax: 617-523-1199www.preservationnation.org

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