BUTTE AND ANACONDA, MONTANA: PRESERVING AND INTERPRETING A VAST LANDSCAPE OF EXTRACTION | FREDRIC QUIVIK

BUTTE AND ANACONDA, MONTANA: PRESERVING AND INTERPRETING A VAST LANDSCAPE OF EXTRACTION | FREDRIC QUIVIK

The mines of Butte, Montana led the world in the supply of copper from 1887 through the First World War. This period corresponds in human…

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FORWARD: LANDSCAPES OF EXTRACTION | FRANK MATERO

FORWARD: LANDSCAPES OF EXTRACTION | FRANK MATERO

Among the oldest of technologies, the extractive industries refer to those processes that involve the removal and processing of raw materials from the earth: mines,…

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Forward: Landscapes Of Extraction | Frank Matero

Forward: Landscapes Of Extraction | Frank Matero

Among the oldest of technologies, the extractive industries refer to those processes that involve the removal and processing of raw materials from the earth: mines,…

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Butte And Anaconda, Montana: Preserving and Interpreting a Vast Landscape of Extraction | Fredric Quivik

Butte And Anaconda, Montana: Preserving and Interpreting a Vast Landscape of Extraction | Fredric Quivik

The mines of Butte, Montana led the world in the supply of copper from 1887 through the First World War. This period corresponds in human…

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Reflections On Mountaintop Mining As Industrial Heritage | Stefania Staniscia and Charles Yuill

Reflections On Mountaintop Mining As Industrial Heritage | Stefania Staniscia and Charles Yuill

There is a growing interest worldwide in preserving and promoting industrial heritage as cultural landscape resources. This is proven by the increasing number of inscribed…

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Contested Landscapes Of Displacement: Oliver Iron and Minnesota's Hibbing District | John Baeten

Contested Landscapes Of Displacement: Oliver Iron and Minnesota’s Hibbing District | John Baeten

This paper explores the ways that communities, the iron industry, and the state responded to iron mining development in Minnesota’s Mesabi Range. The Mesabi Range…

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Penrith Lakes: Staging Landscape Artifice and Aboriginal Heritage in Western Sydney | Jennifer Ferng

Penrith Lakes: Staging Landscape Artifice and Aboriginal Heritage in Western Sydney | Jennifer Ferng

Inaugurated by the Penrith Lakes Development Corporation in 1981, this two thousand hectare site located near the foot of the Blue Mountains, meant to replicate…

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The Tyrrhenian Calcareous Sandstone Quarries In The Eastern Coast Of The Cap Bon Peninsula (Northeast Tunisia) | Chayma Oueslati

The Tyrrhenian Calcareous Sandstone Quarries In The Eastern Coast Of The Cap Bon Peninsula (Northeast Tunisia) | Chayma Oueslati

Activities related to the extraction and exploitation of natural resources are varied in Tunisia. But the most important numerically and spatially are stone quarries, which,…

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The Persistence Of Time: Vernacular Preservation of the Postindustrial Landscape | John Arnold and Donald Lafreniere

The Persistence Of Time: Vernacular Preservation of the Postindustrial Landscape | John Arnold and Donald Lafreniere

Formal historic preservation is a professional and sanctioned approach to the conservation of our historically significant built cultural heritage. Postindustrial landscapes are, by definition, functionally…

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Complexities Of Cultural Significance: Images of Industrial Landscapes of Coal from the Spanish Autarky | Rodrigo De La O

Complexities Of Cultural Significance: Images of Industrial Landscapes of Coal from the Spanish Autarky | Rodrigo De La O

Photographic archives are a potential source of knowledge in industrial heritage. This paper deals with the case of the main mining sites developed in Francoist…

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