Cultural Landscapes Training Manual: a Guide for Historical Societies, Federation of Australian Historical Societies, 2012

Heritage studies have tended to assess elements of the cultural landscape as isolated elements: for example, a dam, a garden, a residence, a fence, or items of machinery. Through exploring the cultural landscape as an integration of both natural and cultural heritage, this training manual takes a different approach. Published by the Federation of Australian Historical Societies and authored by Robyn Ballinger, it has been prepared to assist members of historical societies across Australia to identify, assess, manage, and interpret landscapes that are mainly significant for the cultural heritage values.

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