CoPR Survey Coordinator
As CoPR’s Survey Coordinator, Abigail is involved with all stages of building and landscape evaluation from identification to designation and interpretation. She has a broad background in cultural resource management, including Section 106 consultation, reconnaissance and intensive-level surveys, National Register nominations, HABS/HAER documentation, publications, and presentations. Projects in Colorado include a survey of New Deal Era resources in Eastern Colorado, producing a documentary on Colorado’s historic schools, working with ranchers to record homesteads in the Purgatoire River Region, and a comprehensive survey of Phillips County. She is also a lecturer in the College of Architecture and Planning, teaching a graduate class on the survey and evaluation of historic properties. Abigail holds a B.A. in History from the University of South, a M.A. in Public History/Historic Preservation from Middle Tennessee State University, and a M.A. in Histories and Theories of Architecture from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, England.
Research Interests: Rural Historic Landscapes, Farms and Ranches, Vernacular Architecture, Midcentury Modern, Roadside Architecture, Schools, and New Deal resources.