Manufacturing Heritage: Place Marketing, Historic Narratives, and the Creative Economy at Lowell National Historical Park
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Lowell, Massachusetts is one of many newly postindustrial cities where economic growth and stability is sought through "the new economy, knowledge economy, competitive economy or the creative economy" according to Pratt. In this SIP, the author explores how this urban development concept has been implemented through the development of the city’s Historic Preservation District.
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