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Prepared by the Fall 2014 Issues and Interpretations of Public History class. This interpretive plan identifies and defines important visitor experiences of the Wells-Brown House located in Stone Mountain, Georgia and recommends actions and policies to facilitate those experiences. Interpretive planning addresses visitor needs, organization and site resources available and identifies management goals to determine the most effective approach to communicating the message to the target audience. The interpretive plan establishes goals, identifies key interpretive themes to be addressed through historical content, outlines resources and existing conditions, and provides recommendations for future growth.
Historic Preservation and Conservation
Breffle, Marcy; Brown, Nathan; Curtis, Joshua; Flaherty, Lisa; Lamb, Laurel; Nix, Courtney; Pino, Raul; Renner, Julie; Troxell, Alexandra; Turner, Charles; and Warley, Megan, "Wells Brown House" (2014). Heritage Preservation Projects. 44.