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Preserving Historic Resources in the National Park System

This year, as the National Park Service (NPS) celebrates its 100th birthday, the National Trust and many of its partner organizations are acknowledging the extraordinary role that the NPS has played in preserving our cultural heritage during its first 100 years. There are innumerable...

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Historic Leasing in the National Park System: Preserving History Through Effective Partnerships

The National Park Service (NPS) is responsible for maintaining approximately 9,600 historic buildings throughout the national park system. The types of historic buildings vary widely, and include stately historic mansions, military sites, industrial facilities, wilderness cabins, and shacks on...

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ACHP Federal Historic Preservation Case Law

ACHP Federal Historic Preservation Case Law reports feature essays on the current status of Federal historic preservation law, the provisions of major preservation authorities, and procedural issues in litigating preservation cases. #AdvisoryCouncilonHistoricPreservation #Transportation ...

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GSA’s Commitment to Preserving Historic Federal Buildings

For more than 50 years, the General Services Administration has been the government`s leading provider of real estate services. We provide work space for over a million civilian employees in 100 federal agencies. Our involvement with historic properties is quite a big subject with many...


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Innovative Partners in Preservation: National Park Service & C&O Canal Trust

View of the C&O Canal | Credit: on Flickr via Creative Commons For almost 100 years in the 19th and early 20th century, the C&O Canal provided an important transportation route along the Potomac River. Today, almost 1,300 historic structures remain within the...

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Addressing the National Park System’s Maintenance Backlog through Historic Leasing

Superior Baths in Hot Springs, AR. Learn more about this project on the PreservationNation blog | Credit: Rennett Stowe via Flickr . The National Park Service (NPS) is responsible for maintaining approximately 9,600 historic buildings throughout the national park system. The...

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