By Jon E. Taylor
During the last century, 3 nationally major histories have vied for area and position in Independence, Missouri. Independence used to be declared Zion through Joseph Smith, served as a meeting and provisioning aspect for trails west, and used to be known as domestic through President Truman for sixty-four years. Taylor has built-in study from newspapers, public records, oral histories, and personal papers to aspect how the group has preserved those a number of legacies. He locations the function of upkeep in Independence not just in the better context of upkeep within the usa but additionally in the context of yankee environmental heritage.
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Alanen and Robert Z. , Preserving Cultural Landscapes in America; Confresi and Radtke, “Local Government Programs,” in Stipe, Richer Heritage, 140–41; Genevieve P. Keller and J. Timothy Keller, “Preserving Important Landscapes,” in Stipe, Richer Heritage, 187–222. 10 A President, a Church, and Trails West historic district. S. Supreme Court in Penn Central Transportation Co. et al. v. New York City Co. et al. ruled that the New York City Landmarks Commission had the right to deny the owner of the Grand Central Station his request to build a fifty-five-story tower above the station.
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