National Trust puts 11 sites on endangered list
The 2010 list of America's most endangered historic places:
America's state parks and state-owned historic sites
Budget cuts could close as many as 400 state parks.
Harlan County, Ky.
Mining permits near Black Mountain could threaten its scenery, ecology and tourism.
Neglect threatens the 10,000-seat art deco stadium, one of the few surviving Negro leagues ballparks.
Industrial Arts Building
A nearly 100-year-old building, with natural skylights, intricate roof trusses and a four-story fountained interior, faces demolition.
Juana Briones House
Palo Alto, Calif.
The oldest structure in Palo Alto, built by one of the original Hispanic residents of San Francisco and today abandoned, faces demolition.
Fairfield County, Conn.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation wants to realign roads, replace bridges and redesign interchanges, potentially altering the parkway's appearance.
Metropolitan A.M.E. Church
Water infiltration and damage caused by adjacent construction have compromised the church's structure, prompting a restoration campaign.
Pågat, Yigo, Guam
Because of the U.S. military's planned buildup on the island, some residents are concerned about preserving the island's cultural resources.
A proposed 400-acre residential development could disrupt the peace of 2,500 acres of dunes, water, woods and wetlands.
The 16-story art deco skyscraper needs rehabilitation and faces demolition without it.
Orange and Spotsylvania counties, Va.
The proposed construction of a Wal-Mart within Wilderness Battlefield boundaries and near the Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park has caused controversy.
SOURCE: National Trust for Historic Preservation