National Trust for Historic Preservation announces 2010 America’s Most Endangered Places

The National Trust for Historic Preservation has announced their 2010 America’s 11 Most Endangered Places list.  Among the 11 you will find:

  • President Lincoln’s cottage in Washington D.C.
  • Angel Island Immigration Center in San Francisco
  • Merritt Parkway in Fairfield County Connecticut
  • Metropolitan AME Church in Washington D.C.
  • Threefoot Building in Meridian Mississippi

Check out the list and be sure to share with friends!  Together we can all make a difference in saving historic places!!!!

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One thought on “National Trust for Historic Preservation announces 2010 America’s Most Endangered Places

  1. Nice idea and wonder when I’ll find the time to so something similar in Portsmouth NH.

    PS Do you recall what audio you used as I’m just starting to use Animoto and music is a challenge.

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