紀要論文 Protecting, Promoting, and Enhancing America’s Unique Spiritualist History through Official Designation, Documentation, and Brick and Mortar Preservation: A Case Study of Historic Camp Chesterfield - a Purpose-Built Spiritualist Camp in the United States Listed in the National Register of Historic Places

Leonard, Todd Jay  ,  Hall, J. P.

67pp.43 - 54 , 2018-03-09 , 福岡教育大学
ISSN:0286-3219
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Current efforts to preserve the past through the historic preservation of historic resources are fundamental in understanding the heritage of a people and their cultural identity. If the study of history offers a window into the soul of a nation, historic preservation then provides a glimpse through this window into the past by sustaining a means to convey this understanding to future generations by promoting the revitalization and restoration of historically significant frameworks that serve to tell a decisive story. Camp Chesterfield is a very distinctive historic resource. As a destination for Spiritualists for over a century, the design of Camp Chesterfield evolved in tandem with the changing architectural tastes in America during the 20th century. The planning, platting, and evolution of Camp Chesterfield Occurred sporadically, and at times in leaps and bounds, and these manifestations of physical changes in the landscape and buildings coincide with the ebb and flow of Spiritualism as a legitimate form of religious practice. This expression in the brick and mortar form of its structures and landscapes is a microcosm of the Spiritualist movement in general. For this reason, Camp Chesterfield is one of the most important historic resources associated with the practice of Spiritualism in America.
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