The list of America's nationally registered historic places extends
special legal and protective recognition to districts, sites,
buildings, structures, and objects considered to be worthy of
long-term preservation. The geographical implications of listing
and valuing particular kinds of historic sites reveals an American
preservation ethic, and a metamorphosing set of values. This study
identifies three unique preservation ethical eras, and it maps the
sites which were selected during those eras. Varying emphases on
European settlement, village archeology, commercial architecture,
and planning factors define era categories. With an added emphasis
on the treatment of Native American Indians, the study serves
decision-makers in discerning historical significance and cultural
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