PRESERVATION ISSUES:

News for the Preservation Community
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Historic Preservation Program, P.O. Box 176, Jefferson City, MO 65102

Editor: Karen Grace. Printed issue Designer: Musick & Co.

Preservation Issues is funded by a grant from the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. Grant awards do not imply an endorsement of contents by the grantor. Federal laws prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, religion, sex, age, handicap, or ethnicity. For more information, write to the Office of Equal Opportunity, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, DC 20240.


Electronic Editor's Note:

I have entered these articles onto the University of Missouri-St. Louis Libraries Web structure and, lately, onto my Washington University webspace as an experiment. To my knowledge, the articles and photographs are not copyrighted. I am, of course, attributing the articles and photos to their creators. The design of the printed issues could be under copyright protection, but that is not being duplicated in this electronic "edition". (The printed issue is quite nice, by the way--Good job, Musick & Co.) If you have any constructive comments, drop me e-mail at: actaylor@wulaw.wustl.edu and we'll discuss it. 

Snailmail is good, too:  

Anne Cle√ęster Taylor, Washington University Law Library, Campus Box 1171, St. Louis, MO 63130

The original version of this site is still available from UM-St. Louis: [Let's see if Raleigh's paying attention:]
Raleigh Muns, University of Missouri-St. Louis, Thomas Jefferson Library, Reference Department8001 Natural Bridge Road, St. Louis, MO 63121

I'm not duplicating entire issues--only those portions that deal with the lives of Missourians of African descent.


Print Editor's Note...from the September/October 1997 issue:
The Historic Preservation Program regrets that, due to publishing constraints, the May/June and July/August 1997 Preservation Issues will not be published this year: Also, beginning in January 1998,Preservation Issues will change from a bimonthly to a quarterly publication. We will strive to enhance the publication in the quarterly format.
Karen Grace

Photo by Eleanora E. Tate
1997 photo of the Lincoln School, Canton, Missouri, sent by Eleanora Tate, a former pupil. See article Reflections on Attending Lincoln School.
INDEX of places, people, and things discussed in these Preservation Issues articles.

Volume 7, Number 3

September/October 1997

Volume 7, Number 1

January/February 1997

Volume 6, Number 1

January/February 1996

Volume 5, Number 1

January/February 1995

Volume 4, Number 1

January/February 1994

Volume 3, Number 3

May/June 1993

Volume 3, Number 1

January/February 1993

Volume 2, Number 1

January/February 1992

Volume 1, Number 1

January/February 1991
For More Information on Missouri's African American Heritage...
All text and all but one of the photos are taken from Preservation Issues
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Historic Preservation Program, P.O. Box 176, Jefferson City, MO 65102
Editor: Karen Grace
[The photograph of the Lincoln School, Canton, Missouri, by Ms. Eleanora Tate. Ms. Tate is author of the children's book, Front Porch Stories at the One-Room School, Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1992.] 

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