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November 1, 2012
One year after the unusual East Coast earthquake, Washington National Cathedral staff have completed stabilization of the structure and are ready to begin the long process of rebuilding
Restored lockhouses along the C&O Canal give guests an opportunity to step back in time
Restoring the Last American Whaling Ship
July 1, 2012
The history of three cultures set against pristine, unforgettable landscapes in Colorado's southernmost National Heritage Area
The historic studio where Winslow Homer lived and worked is about to open to the public
This Rhode Island town has more than just the mansions that made I famous
Before he played characters such as Serge in Beverly Hills Cop or Balki on the '80s sitcom Perfect Strangers, actor Bronson Pinchot was honing a different kind of craft: historic restoration. As a child, Pinchot fixed up an old shed behind his 1920s hou
A Group of Detroiters Works to Maintain the Former Site of Tiger Stadium
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Applications for the Telling the Full History Preservation Fund grant program are due December 15, 2021.