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The El Paso Mission Trail A Review Of Recommendations For Improving The Trail, Mario E. Caire, Lisa Tomaka, Dennis L. Soden University of Texas at El Paso
The El Paso Mission Trail A Review Of Recommendations For Improving The Trail, Mario E. Caire, Lisa Tomaka, Dennis L. Soden
IPED Technical Reports
The Institute for Policy and Economic Development (IPED) was commissioned by the City of El Paso to consolidate ideas from various plans developed over the last 35 years aimed at improving the El Paso Mission Trail Historic Corridor. This corridor is a 9‐mile stretch of Socorro Road that encompasses the Ysleta and Socorro Missions (including the early Socorro Mission archeological site), San Elizario Chapel, and the Mission Trail HistoricDistrict.
Chhs January 2013 E-Newsletter, Dr. John Bonaguro, Dean, VaShon S. Wells, editor, College of Health & Human Services, Western Kentucky University Western Kentucky University
Collections & Connections, Jennifer Wilson Western Kentucky University
Collections & Connections, Jennifer Wilson
Collections & Connections
This is the Fall-Winter 2012-13 issue of the bi-annual newsletter of the University Libraries at Western Kentucky University. This issue introduces the new Dean of WKU Libraries Connie Foster; a new Library System Office; a new service of iPad lending; and the on-going project of The Commons at Cravens, a brand new one-stop library service point where patrons can check out library materials and get professional help from the librarians and trained tech people in the same place. This issue features several award recipients, namely, the SOKY Book Fest, which has received Commendation from the KY School Media Association; Jim ...
Revitalizing Hamilton's Heart: Business Owners And The Prospects For King Street Downtown, Claire S. Atkin McMaster University
Revitalizing Hamilton's Heart: Business Owners And The Prospects For King Street Downtown, Claire S. Atkin
Open Access Dissertations and Theses
Since the 1960’s, post industrial downtowns across North America and Europe have suffered economic and population losses. Downtown revitalization theory is now a major subject in urban geography. Although each city is unique and requires customized revitalization techniques, certain approaches have worked better than others. Hamilton, Ontario, is a city of roughly 520,000 located just outside the Greater Toronto Area. Its downtown has struggled since the 1970’s. In the last ten years, however, certain areas of downtown have shown signs of revitalization. Conversation about this change has largely focused on attracting creative industries. King Street, Hamilton’s ...
Surfing As Adventure Travel: Motivations And Lifestyles, Zachariah Reynolds, Nancy M. Hritz Dr. Grand Valley State University
Surfing As Adventure Travel: Motivations And Lifestyles, Zachariah Reynolds, Nancy M. Hritz Dr.
Journal of Tourism Insights
The purpose of this study was to create a profile of the adventure traveler’s lifestyles, values and travel motivations. An understanding of the lifestyle and attitudes of today’s adventure traveler can aid tourism marketers in designing messages tailored to this unique target market. Differences and similarities between genders and the age cohorts of Generation Y, Generation X and Baby Boomers were examined. Across the sample most participated in a “traditional” type of sport before migrating to an adventure activity and they also engaged in more than one type of adventure activity.
Across the sample, the participants traveled in ...
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