The Oglethorpe Plan: The threats, the reality, and what’s in between 

HAVE YOU heard that the Savannah National Historic Landmark District (SNHLD) is threatened? That’s the word on the street. But, it’s a bit more complicated than that. The National Park Service (NPS) commissioned and received an “Integrity and Condition Assessment” of the…

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