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Partners in Prosperity: The Economic Impact of Historic Preservation in New Jersey

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CHAPTER ONE (PDF 48K): Background to the Analysis of the Economic Impacts of Historic Preservation

CHAPTER TWO (PDF 51K): Profile of, and Direct Economic Impacts from, Historic Rehabilitation

CHAPTER THREE (PDF 82K): Total Economic Impacts from Historic Rehabilitation

CHAPTER FOUR (PDF 102K): Profile of, and Direct Economic Impacts from, Heritage Tourism

CHAPTER FIVE (PDF 60K): Total Economic Impacts from Heritage Tourism

CHAPTER SIX (PDF 170K): Profile of, and Direct Economic Impacts from, the Operations of Historic Sites and Organizations

CHAPTER SEVEN (PDF 64K): Total Economic Impacts from the Operations of Historic Sites and Organizations

CHAPTER EIGHT (PDF 70K): Historic Property Values and Property Tax Payments

CHAPTER NINE (PDF 153K): Putting the Economic Impacts of Historic Preservation in Perspective

FULL STUDY (PDF 1.5M) with all chapters and appendices