Projects

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The Structural Assessment of Windermere was a class project for Essentials of Historic Preservation and Cultural Resource Management conducted in conjunction with MTSU Center for Historic Preservation (Fall 2012). Windermere, built circa 1887, is a private residence in Franklin, TN. Team members included myself, Thomas Flagel (Graduate Research Assistant), Jessica Lauren White (Graduate Research Assistant), Laura Holder (Federal Liaison), and Dr. Carroll Van West (Director). White and I were responsible for documenting and analyzing the interior of the structure.

 

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The Preliminary Site Assessment of Marble Springs Historic Site was a class project for Essentials in Historic Preservation conducted in conjunction with MTSU Center for Historic Preservation (Fall 2013). Located in Knoxville, Marble Springs is a state-owned site administered by the Governor John Sevier Memorial Foundation. Team members included myself, Brad Eatherly (Graduate Research Assistant), Ashley Poe (Graduate Research Assistant), Jessica Lauren White (Heritage Area Fieldwork Preservationist), and Dr. Carroll Van West (Director). I was responsible for documenting and assessing the interiors with White.

 

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The Preliminary Site Assessment of Rose Hill and Rosemount Cemeteries was a class project for the Seminar on Historic Preservation conducted in conjunction with MTSU Center for Historic Preservation (Spring 2014). Located in Columbia, Rose Hill (white) and Rosemount (African American) are so called mirror cemeteries. Team members included myself, Michael Fletcher (Graduate Research Assistant), Teresa Prober (Graduate Research Assistant), Susan London-Sherer (Graduate Research Assistant) and Dr. Stacey Graham (Research Professor). I was responsible for assessing the preservation needs of Rosemount and researching historic cemetery best practices.

 

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The Preliminary Heritage Development Plan for National Register-Listed Hotels and Inns in Tennessee(Residency Report_Cannon_July) was my professional residency project for the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development (Fall 2014-Summer 2015). The purpose of the study was to 1) increase awareness of historic hotels and inns as a category, 2) provide an updates inventory of National Register-listed properties within the state, and 3) provide an assessment of the properties as heritage development assets. I was the sole author of the report (see Residency tab).

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