A new publication from Georgia Historic Preservation Division, Grave
Intentions: A Comprehensive Guide to Cemetery Preservation in Georgia,
answers the most frequently asked questions about saving the state's
cemeteries. Written by Christine Van Voorhies, archaeology outreach
specialist with HPD, Grave Intentions has an easy-to-read format with clear
suggestions and sources of further information, making it invaluable to
those interested in cemeteries including descendants, community members,
developers and city or county authorities. HPD director Ray Luce expressed
gratitude to the Historic Chattahoochee Commission (HCC) for cosponsoring
the book's publication. It is available in paperback for $12.95 (ISBN: 0
945477 15 5) plus $4 for shipping and handling from the Historic
Chattahoochee Commission, P. O. Box 33, Eufaula, AL 36072-0033 or phone
Historic Preservation Planner
DeKalb County Planning Department
404/371-2155 // 404/371-2813 fax
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