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Fort Monroe
Fort Monroe, Hampton, Virginia, courtesy of the Historic American Buildings Survey

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BABY BOOM FOR NATIONAL REGISTER ELIGIBITY: One-Half Billion Square Feet of Public Buildings Reach 50 Year Threshold, 2005-2020

NEW COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT AVAILABLE FOR FPOs: Provides Vehicle for Section 110 Training

Cultural Antiquities Task Force

The Origins of Executive Order 11593: Protection and Enhancement of the Cultural Environment


New Proposal for Federal Sentencing Guidelines to Protect Cultural Heritage

FEDERAL STEWARDSHIP OF NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARKS
One-Third of Federal Landmarks were Documented More Than Forty Years Ago


FEDERAL PRESERVATION OFFICER QUALIFICATIONS

KSAs for FPOs: How to Hire a Qualified Federal Preservation Officer


National Park Service Director Selects NAGPRA Manager

National NAGPRA Program Reorganized

New Tribal Historic Preservation Offices Designated


President Richard M. Nixon’s Statement on Executive Order 11593


NATIONAL REGISTER CRITERIA CONSIDERATIONS: Implications for Federal Preservation Officers


PATTERNS IN DETERMINATIONS OF NATIONAL REGISTER ELIGIBILITY, 1987-2006


The Historic Preservation Learning Portal Is Now a Link on FirstGov


U.S. International Policy on Submerged Cultural Resources


TRENDS IN NOMINATION OF FEDERALLY-OWNED HISTORIC PROPERTIES TO THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES

WORLD WAR II HOME FRONT THEME STUDY: More than a Dozen Federally Owned Facilities Recommended for National Historic Landmark Consideration

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