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VIII. END NOTES
1 Quoted in Emory M. Thomas, Travels to Hallowed Ground. A Historian's Journey to the American Civil War (Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carolina Press, 1987), p. 52.
2 Quoted in Edward T. McMahon,"Saving Our Sense of Place," The Environmental Forum, (May/June 1991), p. 16.
3 Ronald F. Lee, The Origins and Evolution of the Military Park Idea (Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1973), p.5.
4 "The Preservation of the Past," An Address Delivered Before the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, by Charles W. Kent, M.A., Ph.D., in the House of Delegates, Richmond, Virginia, on March 14, 1901. (Richmond: Wm. Ellis Jones, 1901), p. 13.
5 Reuben M. Rainey, "The Memory of War: Reflections on Battlefield Preservation." The Yearbook of Landscape Architecture: Historic Preservation (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company Inc., 1983), p.70.
6 Lee, The Origin and Evolution of the National Military Park Idea, p. 19.
7 The following discussion is taken from Lee, The Origin and Evolution of the National Military Park Idea, pp. 36-37.
8 Rainey, "The Memory of War: Reflections on Battlefield Preservation," p. 78.
9 Robert G. Ferris, ed., Soldier and Brave: Historic Places Associated with Indian Affairs and the Indian Wars in the Trans-Mississippi West, The National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings, Volume XII (Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior, 1971), p. 46.
10 Frances H. Kennedy, ed., The Civil War Battlefield Guide, (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1990), p. xi.
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