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Title Continuity with change : plans for the conservation of Ontario's man-made heritage / edited by Mark Fram and John Weiler
Published Toronto : Dundurn Press, 1984
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Description 1 online resource (342 pages) : illustrations
Contents Foreword; Editors' preface; Contents; Introduction; Planning and the conservation of man-made heritage in Ontario; The customary shores: tracing and conserving the material past in its historic and regional contexts on the Rideau, Quinte, Trent, Simcoe and Severn waterways; The Valley Town: surveying the urban heritage in Dundas; Mines and mills at Gold Rock: cultural landscape assessment and heritage conservation in Northwestern Ontario; Shifting sands: cultural landscapes, provincial parks, and the case of Sandbanks
Summary "[Continuity with Change] seeks to document and demonstrate that middle positions between Change and Continuity are possible and desirable."--Canadian Architect"[Continuity with Change] is well produced with a large number of good photographs, maps, and drawings ... obviously designed for a wide audience of planners and others active in heritage conservation."--The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology"[Continuity with Change] deserves a spot in the library of any professional who works regularly with older ubildings and their surroundings."--Plan Canada
Notes Print version record
Subject Cultural property -- Protection -- Ontario.
Historic sites -- Conservation and restoration -- Ontario.
Ontario -- History, Local.
Genre/Form Local history.
Form Electronic book
Author Fram, Mark.
Weiler, John M.
ISBN 1554881374 (electronic bk.)
9781554881376 (electronic bk.)