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PBS NEWSHOUR

Passing down the passion for preservation with hands-on work

  • Aired: 06/10/2014
  • 04:49
  • Rating: NR
High atop Central Virginia's Shenandoah Mountains, students are continuing work begun 75 years ago when the National Park was originally established. A pilot project from the National Trust for Historic Preservation is bringing a new generation of young civilian workers into the hands-on trade of preserving America’s landmarks. Jeffrey Brown reports.
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