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 Posted: Mon Jun 11th, 2007 04:06 pm
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39th Miss. Walker

Joined: Tue May 1st, 2007
Location: South Carolina
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All of the money did not come from one individual. Check with the ABP of the NPS. I was told a large chunk came from them and that they, the ABP, was upset when they saw how the "paths were being constructed.

My whold point in all this is there are ways to do things. This was done without the notification of even the members of the CWPT. Archaeology was not done nor was historic mapping done. In addition I personally felt the project was a bit overboard. Add to all this the attitude I recieved from the CWPT, YOU WERE TRESSPASSING! and I think you can see where I am coming from.

If any organization wants to do a project like this on preserved land then they should follow all the good practices as to design and archaeology, not sneak a project like this in under the radar. This is no different than the sewer lines at Harpers Ferry.

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