Lund discusses the issues related to interpreting Historic Kirtland upon its completion. Several storylines are involved: the Whitney home, Johnson home, sawmill, ashery and school house. She lists five principles which are significant for Kirtland sites. 1. Interpretation should be site specific. If this is true the Latter Day Saint Church or any institution cannot successfully interpret historic sites it does not own and has not preserved, restored or replicated. 2. Interpretation should be guided by historical integrity. 3. Interpretation should be designed to teach the audience. 4. Interpretation should be relevant to visitors' lives. 5. Interpretation should be appropriate. The discussion of sites such as the sawmill and ashery, which are for the most part idle, should fully explain their roles in the law of conservation and the construction of the temple. The principles of interpretation are focused on the ultimate goal: that the visitors to Historic Kirtland and the Kirtland temple will learn about the early foundations of the Restoration movement.