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Telling the Full American Story: The African-American Cultural Heritage Action Fund

This past September, for the first time in the 335-year history of our nation’s original capital, the city of Philadelphia erected a public statue to honor an individual African-American. The honoree in question was Octavius Catto, a black Philadelphian who successfully lobbied to desegregate...

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2017: A Year of Challenges, A Year of Change

Going into 2017 we know that we’ll be facing a number of challenges to saving places… We, as advocates, will have to work harder and more creatively to tell the stories of the people and places that comprise our diverse historical fabric and to ensure their protection. While I couldn’t see...

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Winter 2003 Forum Journal: Cities, Suburbs & Countryside

​ Table of Content * Bringing the Preservation Message to Broader Audiences by Richard Moe * A Welcome to Cleveland by Mayor Jane L. Campbell * Protecting Historic Resources Through Partnerships by Fran P. Mainella * Preserving the Full Scope of America’s Past by Rodney J. Reynolds...


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African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund

Sam and Mary Cooke Preservation Fund for Hawai’i: Guidelines & Eligibility Grant Program Guidelines: December 2017 Letters of intent for the program are due January 31, 2018 by 11:59 pm local time. Read the answers to some of our frequently asked questions here . National Trust and its...

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Youth Heritage Summit California: Using New Mediums to Share the Message

By Katie Rispoli Keaotamai Preservation is, by its nature, a diverse field—some preservationists document, while others conserve, restore, educate, advocate, and more. And the next generation of preservation professionals learns by doing, which makes it important to provide hands-on...

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Technological Adaptation for Preservation: Interior Plaster Assessment at the Aiken-Rhett House

By: Will Hamilton and Erika Hoffman The Aiken-Rhett House , built circa 1820 in Charleston, South Carolina, is considered one of the most intact urban townhouse complexes in the country and has been listed on the National Register since 1977 . Historic Charleston Foundation (HCF) purchased...

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Webinar: Find Funding: The National Trust Grants Program

On Wednesday, September 14, as part of Preservation Leadership Forum’s webinar series, I hosted a 30-minute webinar about the ins and outs of the National Trust’s grant program. You can listen to a recording of the webinar and download a PDF version of the slides . Attendees had a...

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Webinar Slide Deck -- Find Funding: The National Trust Grants Program

Slide deck for the September 14, 2016 Forum Webinar, "Find Funding: The National Trust Grants Program". #PreservationFundGrants #ForumWebinar

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Find Funding: The National Trust Grants Program (September 14, 2016 | Forum Webinar)

Diana Maxwell, Manager of Grants at the National Trust for Historic Preservation, gives an overview of the National Trust's grant opportunities , including what's available, tips for your application, and more. #PreservationFundGrants #ForumWebinar

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Sam and Mary Cooke Preservation Fund for Hawai’i

Sam and Mary Cooke Preservation Fund for Hawai’i: Guidelines & Eligibility Sam and Mary Cooke Preservation Fund for Hawai’i: Guidelines & Eligibility In 2008, the National Trust partnered with the Historic Hawai’i Foundation to raise dedicated funds for preservation projects in Hawai’i. The...