Heritage, Summer 2005 Page: 9
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IkAr tet S t o r i es
The Texas Main Street Program, which began in 1981, is
part of the Texas Historical Commission's Community
Heritage Development Division and is affiliated with the
National Trust for Historic Preservation. The program's
method involves using both historic preservation and
economic development to revitalize downtowns and
neighborhood business districts.
H E R I TA G E SUMMER 2005
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