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Together we can preserve these incredible buildings, landscapes, and communities for the future.
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Discover how these unique places connect Americans to their past—and to each other.
Explore the diverse pasts that weave our multicultural nation together.
Learn how historic preservation can unlock your community's potential.
Take a look at all the ways we're growing the field to save places.
Make a vibrant future possible for our nation's most important places.
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We've assembled a collection of resources to help our community through this challenging period.
July 1, 2012
Technologies such as ground-penetrating radar, thermal imaging, laser mapping, photogrammetry, and geographic information systems are aiding efforts to save historic places
June 19, 2012
American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation are pleased to announce that 16 historic places in New York City will receive grants as part of Partners in Preservation’s $3 million commitment to preservation efforts in the area.
April 1, 2012
By the Numbers
Inside her 'Pilgrimage' to historic places
Preservation architect's quest for authenticity and sustainability
Marking 25 years of the 11 Most Endangered Historic Places list, we highlight favorites from the past
Groups blast off in a new direction to protect lunar landing sites
Two Iowa residents preserving the state's earliest graveyards
Traces of Florida's heritage abound in some of its earliest structures, Mediterranean Revival masterpeices, and Cuban-influenced Modernist icons
Honoring the wishes of a departed friend
Donna Grant Reilly's parents built a Frank Lloyd Wright house, mostly with their own hands--one stone at a time
Everything's up to date at the last standing Frank Lloyd Wright hotel
2377 - 2388 of 2404 stories
The National Trust's African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund has awarded $3 million in grants to 40 places preserving Black history.