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Community Preservation Project in Kensington Section of Philadelphia

Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Orinoka Mills Civic House on October 27, 2015. (Courtesy of the NKCDC)

The new Orinoka Mills Civic House will provide housing for the community and serve as a living memory of the rich history of these neighborhoods.

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NJ Preservation Conference Seeks Proposals for Sessions and Posters

The conference committee is now accepting proposals for workshop topics and posters for use at the conference, which will be held from June 8-9, 2016.

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Historic Preservation Workshop at Kean University in NJ

Kean University will host a workshop on Vernacular Architecture, or “building without architects,” on Saturday, Sept. 19.

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DE Valley Archaeological Symposium in May

In partnership with the Archaeological Society of Delaware, the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs is seeking informal, interdisciplinary presentations on archaeology and cultures of the Delaware Valley that are to be presented at “The Early Colonial Delaware Valley–An

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NPS Awards $1.3M in Battlefield Preservation Grants

The American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP) has awarded $1.359 million in grants to 21 projects. The monies will be used in the preservation and protection of battlefield lands in 14 states.

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Preservation NJ announces 10 Most Endangered Sites in New Jersey

Preservation New Jersey announced its annual list of the 10 most endangered sites last week in Trenton; the twentieth such list since 1995.

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Outdoor Recreation and Historic Preservation Connect To Revitalize the Great Falls District

While most of my blogs have focused on the interconnectedness between outdoor recreation and historical preservation and awareness, especially in areas that have helped restore towns or villages, such as in Cold Spring, New York, never did I imagine that

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