Steve is a published historian whose work focuses on built environments of the United States. He brings skills in researching neglected histories, such as the removal of a Freedpeople’s settlement from what became Chimborazo Park in Richmond, VA, to his work in cultural resources. His doctoral thesis entitled “A Central Park of their Own: Urban Parks and the New South Movement, 1865-1920,” was an extensive study of historic landscapes located in cities of the U.S. South that pays particular attention to their cultural and social significance. Steve is a skilled researcher and excellent communicator whether speaking at community events, teaching students in the classrooms, or writing for academic journals.
Steve Gallo, Architectural Historian at 106 Group, is a published historian whose work focuses on built environments of the United States. He brings skills in researching neglected histories to his work in cultural resources. This summer, Steve's article on the history of Atlanta’s Grant Park was published in an issue …