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National Register of Historic Places Program:
Lists of Weekly Actions 2015

The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation's historic places worthy of preservation. Authorized by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America's historic and archeological resources.

 

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Weekly List 2015

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Weekly List for December 11, 2015 Rice Bay in Watersmeet, Michigan
Centered around the gathering of wild rice, the village founded at Ketegitigaaning provides an uncommon example in the region of both a traditional, off-reservation community, as well as an area of lakeshore that has been Ojibwe-owned for generations. Read more . . .
Weekly List for December 04, 2015 Continental Powder Works at French Creek in Chester County, Pennsylvania
The site was selected in April 1776 by the Committee of Safety under the direction of the Continental Congress for the erection of the state's only government-built gunpowder mill. A gun factory was added in December 1776. At its peak, the site was producing approximately two tons of gunpowder each week, and thousands of gunlocks. Read more . . .
Weekly List for November 27, 2015

Alta Vista--Camp Fornance--Newman Park Historic District in Richland County, South Carolina is an intact residential neighborhood featuring houses that reflect American architectural trends from 1906 through 1960. The district is a demonstration of historic community planning and development. Read more . . .

Weekly List for November 20, 2015 U -701 shipwreck and remains in Dare County, North Carolina
The Type VIIC German submarine U-701 is significant to American maritime history, military, and historic archaeology as it was the first U-boat sunk during World War II by the United States Army Air Forces off the American East Coast. Read more . . .
Weekly List for November 13, 2015

Wye Hall in Queenstown, Maryland

The property derives significance under Criterion B for its association with William Paca, one of Maryland's four Signers of the Declaration oflndependence, who was active in drawing up the early laws of the Nation (1792). Read more . . .

Weekly List for November 6, 2015

Ferreira Building, in Honoka'a, Hawaii
Over the years, the Ferreira Building has acted as an incubator of numerous small local family-owned businesses, including Paradise Cafe (nicknamed -Long Soup Corner- because World War II servicemen could not pronounce "saimin"), general store (Kaneshiro Market), tailor (Ruth Hirata, known as an early producer of colorful -aloha- shirts), a soda fountain and a bakery. Read more . . .

Weekly List for October 30, 2015 Community Baptist Church, in Montgomery, Vermont. Constructed by the first Baptist community in town of Montgomery, the church was built at the height of the town's development as a mill and agricultural town. Through the years, it reflected and significantly contributed to the religious trends in the community by serving as the central meeting place in the town, by its development of numerous social welfare organizations, and as the location for a significant merging with the Congregationalists in 1922. Read more . . .
Weekly List for October 23, 2015 National Farm Workers Association Headquarters, in Delano, California is significant as the starting point of the NFWA March from Delano to Sacramento, and their reorganization as the United Farm Workers of California (UFWOC). Read more . . .
Weekly List for October 16, 2015 Honoka'a People's Theatre, in
Honoka'a Hawaii. has been a center of community life since its opening in 1930. Generations of audiences and performers have here experienced ethnic dances, music festivals, plays, and cultural exhibitions. Read more . . .
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