National Register nominations are not set in stone; they can be amended to add new criteria and new areas of significance. Learn how to amend existing National Register nominations to address untold stories and underrepresented communities from colleagues at the National Park Service and multiple State Historic Preservation Offices. Discover what information is needed and hear several examples of successful amendments. Developed in partnership with the National Park Service.This skill building workshop is part of a series developed for the PastForward Online 2021 conference (savingplaces.org/conference). The series is free and open to all and compliments content in the conference program.Speakers: Jim Gabbert, National Park Service; Lena McDonald, Virginia State Historic Preservation Office; Greg Smith, Texas State Historic Preservation Office
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