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Tulane's Preservation Studies program launches interactive New Orleans Preservation Timeline

May 05, 2014

The New Orleans Preservation Timeline, which is now live at architecture.tulane.edu/preservation-project, is an attempt to bring New Orleans’ rich and significant preservation past, present and future to life. The events that led to the safeguarding of this incredible city — as well as the losses that have been suffered — have left a legacy from which the world can learn.

The New Orleans Preservation Timeline project offers a web-based educational resource for those interested in the progress and key accomplishments of architectural preservationists working in the region of New Orleans, Louisiana, since the mid-nineteenth century. Phase I of the project was launched as a project of the Master of Preservation Studies program in the Tulane School of Architecture in April 2014. Peruse the events, people, organizations and places that have shaped New Orleans' urban history by visiting the site at architecture.tulane.edu/preservation-project.