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Their stories are compelling, heartbreaking, and inspiring, and Asian Pacific Islanders have joined forces to tell their collective history and preserve the historic places that tell ...

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A year ago, the East Coast earthquake and tropical storm Irene spelled trouble for a number of historic sites. In Washington, D.C., a magnitude 5.8 earthquake caused cracks to appear ...

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This coming Monday, participants in the Pacific Northwest Preservation Field School will descend on the historic Frenchglen Hotel in southeastern Oregon for two weeks. Their mission? ...

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It’s one thing to read about or listen to a presentation on real estate finance. But it’s quite another thing to apply that knowledge to an actual restoration project. What seems so ...

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For more than a century, monumental and stately train stations have served as gateways to our nation’s big cities. Millions of people continue to pass through the ornate, vaulted spaces ...

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Last week a collective sigh of relief could be heard from many preservation easement donors who have found themselves in recent years as targets of aggressive IRS investigations over ...

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Recently, another favorable opinion was issued for donors of preservation easements. In Scheidelman v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ...

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After nearly three years of extensions, negotiations, drama and suspense, Congress finally reauthorized long overdue transportation programs on June 29, 2012. The National Trust for ...

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Spokane’s preservation community invites you to attend the 2012 National Preservation Conference. This western mid-sized city is using the tools of preservation to accomplish downtown ...

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There’s a new twist to the shop local movement. Cash mobs. This new trend, which got its start last year, is the shop local version of a “flash mob”—people gather to descend on a small ...