The Maryland Department of Planning and State Highway Administration have developed the Scenic Byways Resource Protection Application, a GIS-based mapping tool.
Fourteen individuals and organizations from the mid-Atlantic region have been named as recipients of the American Association of Local and State History’s Leadership in History Awards.
“Please, tell me whether you think the world has changed at all since 1966,” asked Ned Kaufman at the June 5 New Jersey History and Historic Preservation conference in Monmouth County. Chuckles and giggles flowed from the audience. Agreed then that much has changed, he responded, why hasn’t our thinking in preservation also changed? Why are we still pursuing the same goals, working with the same tools, and recruiting the same supporters as we were in 1966?
The National Park Service will begin considering more sites important to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender history in the United States, with the assistance of a panel of eighteen scholars.
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From the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection: As part of New Jersey’s celebration of National Preservation Month, […]
My last post focused on the strong connection between outdoor recreation and education in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area. […]
From the New Jersey State Library: The New Jersey State Library is leading a two-year initiative to address urgent collections […]
From Save Pennsylvania’s Past: Save Pennsylvania’s Past is entering the second year of its two-year initiative to prepare staff to […]
From H-Public: Heritage Preservation’s Emergency Response and Salvage Wheel is now available free of charge on the iPhone, iPod touch, and […]