Category Archives: Monuments

Heritage II

In relation to “Heritage“, Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows: I agree with pulling down a statue of someone like Calhoun, if his writings were the foundation for slavery. I note, however, that he must have fitted the values of … Continue reading

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From Marg. Bruineman, “The ins and outs of heritage properties”, Canadian Lawyer, October, 2016: …by the 20th century, heritage legislation existed in most European cities and began to appear in North America, beginning in Charleston, S.C. What glory was intended … Continue reading

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