This Cultural & Historic Resource Survey Report was prepared in 2017 for the Middlesex County Museum & Historical Society. The information found in the study was compiled by John Settle in 2017, with a history by Larry Chowning.
A cultural and historic resource survey is intended to identify and
document historic resources within a specific area or district, and often involves an assessment of historic integrity and significance. Cultural resource surveys also help in deciding whether or not a district is eligible for a nomination to and inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places (N.R.H.P.).
In the spring of 2017, a cultural and historic resource survey of eighty-one properties in Saluda, Virginia was conducted for the benefit of the Middlesex County Museum & Historical Society.
This survey can be viewed below:
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