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  • National parks are special places saved by the American people so that all may experience our heritage.

  • The American Battlefield Protection Program promotes the preservation of historic battlefields associated with wars on American soil.

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  • Certified Local Governments are grass-roots partners in historic preservation. They are eligible to receive grants and technical expertise.

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  • The Federal Lands to Parks program helps states and communities acquire surplus federal land to create new parks and recreation places.

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  • Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentives revitalize communities by encouraging private sector rehabilitation and re-use of historic buildings.

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  • Land & Water Conservation Fund matching grants help states and communities provide open spaces and healthy recreation places for people.

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  • The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the nation's historic places worthy of preservation.

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  • Preserve America matching grants protect community character and economic vitality through heritage tourism, education, and historic preservation.

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  • RTCA provides expertise and empowers communities to protect their own special places for conservation and outdoor recreation.

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  • Save America’s Treasures matching grants to historic properties and museum collections preserve our nation’s unique, irreplaceable cultural heritage.

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Maryland Highlights

  • Charles Carroll House

    Save America's Treasures grant

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    Annapolis, Maryland

    Charles Carroll III risked his fortune as well as his life when he joined the Revolutionaries and signed the Declaration of Independence.

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  • The whimsical beasts of the 1921 Dentzel carousel. Photo: NPS/Terry Adams

    National Register of Historic Places

    Beloved carousel brings joy to a new generation

    Glen Echo Park

    Forty horses, four rabbits, four ostriches, a giraffe, deer, lion, and tiger, rallied the community to save this amusement park icon.

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  • The mansion at Hampton displays the family’s opulent wealth.

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    The big house

    Baltimore, Maryland

    Hampton National Historic Site tells the story of a bygone way of life – immense wealth and the slave labor that made it possible.

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These numbers are just a sample of the National Park Service's work. Figures are for the fiscal year that ended 9/30/13.