Published: Jan 2000
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The preservation of a small, wooden miners cottage in New Jersey presents an opportunity to evaluate several important issues in historic preservation, including the role of a historic interpretive period versus the survival of the architectural fabric, and the merits of preserving the original fabric versus the replacement of elements to achieve an integrated whole.
historic preservation, wooden miners cottage, The Bridget Smith House
Historic Preservation Consultant, Acroterion, LLC, Madison, N.J.
Paper ID: STP13386S