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for Carolina Planning Vol. 15 Issue 1, Spring 1989
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Stipe discusses the changes that have occurred in the preservation field over the last forty years, takes a critical look at the role of the federal government, and advocates more control on the local level.
The combined efforts and joint sponsorship of art groups and preservationists in North Carolina have yielded spectacular results.
The Raleigh Greenway system was the first community-wide linear open space development in North Carolina.
One indication of the evolution of the preservation movement is the increased attention paid to vernacular resources. Larson describes the forces that have broadened the field's focus and presents a framework in which communities can strengthen their cultural identity by preserving these vernacular structures.