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Federal Preservation Laws

A collection of statutes and regulations have been adopted at the federal level which address government activities and policies regarding historic and archeological resources. Federal Preservation Laws A collection of statutes and regulations have been adopted at the federal level which...


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Blog Series: Section 106 & Section 110

As we approach the 50-year mark of the enactment of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the Preservation Leadership Forum has enlisted the help of preservation practitioners to take a close look at how the NHPA is used to protect historic places. We started off with a look at Section...

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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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New Jersey`s Partnership Approach for Protecting Historic Roads

Roads are an integral part of our daily lives; they have been for centuries. It`s how we get from here to there. In fact, roads are so enmeshed with our lives that often we take them for granted. We shouldn`t. Roads can greatly enhance our understanding of our collective past. The rumble of...


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Anticipatory Demolition: Tool for Protection or Paper Tiger?

Picture this real-life situation: A city agency embarks on a project to redevelop a city-owned parcel of land that is the site of its former hockey arena, which is eligible for listing in the National Register. The first step in the city’s redevelopment plans is to demolish the historic hockey...


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Section 110 and the Spirit of Stewardship

By Katry Harris, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation As we approach the 50-year mark of the enactment of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the Preservation Leadership Forum has enlisted the help of preservation practitioners to take a close look at how the NHPA is used to...

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Historic Property Surveys Benefit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

By Douglas Pulak The 1904 Carnegie Library is 1 of 35 contributing resources to the National Historic Landmark Mountain Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, now the James H. Quillen Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Johnson City, TN. | Credit: Historic...

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Enforcing Section 110(a): Can a Legal Obligation Without a Remedy be an Effective Tool for Preservation?

By Andrea Ferster View of the National Park Seminary West Campus in 2011. | Credit: Payton Chung via Flickr per Creative Commons . As we approach the 50-year mark of the enactment of the National...

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