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RE: National Register Mapping

since I've worked with National Register


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National Register mapping guidelines, I've used


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Late to the discussion but I second the use of Google Earth Pro or Bing (both free) if you don't have GIS software. I have also seen people edit existing maps or aerial images in paint, Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop if needed. For mac-compatible GIS software, I highly recommend QGIS . It's...


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National Register Coordinator laura.sadowsky


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What I think makes matters even worse is that SHPO's apply their own standards somewhat randomly. For example, a SHPO's NRHP directions may state that maps must have "a scale" and so forth. This kind of map can me made using Google Earth, I think, but it's not a thing I have mastered. When I...


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Apart from districts, I've always just used a simple image editor (paint.net) to draw on the tax map, or Acrobat Pro to draw a box on the topo map. However, I've only worked in Oregon and Washington. Both states have gone fully digital and don't require a paper topo anymore. For my last district...



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National Register Mapping

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National Register Toolkit

National Register Guide...As fantastic as it is, the National...Register of Historic Places can get a little


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National Register of Historic Places

Official inventory of "districts, sites, buildings, structures, and objects significant in American history, architecture, archeology, engineering and culture." Source: Miller, Julia H. A Layperson’s Guide to Historic Preservation Law: A Survey of Federal, State, and Local Laws Governing...