PHOTOS: 11 Most Endangered Historic Sites in U.S. Named

PHOTOS: 11 Most Endangered Historic Sites in U.S. Named
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Ames Shovel Shops, Easton, Massachusetts

Workers line up outside the Ames Shovel Shops complex in Easton, Massachusetts, in an undated historic photo.

The 19th-century shovel manufacturer's industrial village may be demolished in favor of new, mixed-use development—earning it a spot on the National Trust for Historic Preservation's 2009 list of the United States's 11 most endangered historic places, announced on April 28, 2009.
—Photograph courtesy Easton Historical Society via National Trust for Historic Preservation
 
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