Hometown Economics: The Edgerton Rephotography Project
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In order to understand the economic landscape of Edgerton, Wisconsin, it is essential to understand the manner of investigation. Although there is information about the city, questions of landscape still look for many interpretations and answers. Other landscape studies that focus on a variety of small towns and concentrate on a certain place over a certain time were available to assist in setting up this research. When Edgerton is viewed in the context of a 'typical' small town, these studies are helpful for both their research methods and project patterns.
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