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Archaeology
Consultants List, Forms and Manuals

Architectural History
Consultants List, Forms and Manuals

Certified Local Government Program (CLG)
The CLG program is a partnership between municipal governments and the state historic preservation program, to encourage and expand local involvement in preservation-related activities.

Funding Tips
Keys to Success for Local Preservation Efforts

Historic Preservation Review & Compliance
Historic preservation "Review & Compliance" is a consultation process to identify significant historic properties so that any harm to them from government-assisted actions can be avoided or minimized. It is intended to be a conflict-resolution and problem-solving system that balances the public interest in historic preservation with the public benefit from a variety of governmental initiatives.

National Register of Historic Places
The National Register of Historic Places is the Nation's official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation.

New Hampshire Historical Highway Marker Program
New Hampshire’s historical highway markers illustrate the depth and complexity of our history and the people who made it. Learn more about the program and search the Division of Historical Resources’ interactive map.

New Hampshire's First State House Project

New Hampshire's Five Year Preservation Plan

New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places
The New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places is one part of the state's efforts to recognize and encourage the identification and protection of historical, architectural, archeological and cultural resources.

Preservation Easements
Easements are designed to protect a historic property’s values for the public’s benefit.

Project Archaeology
Project Archaeology is a comprehensive archaeology and heritage education program for everyone interested in learning or teaching about our nation's rich cultural legacy and protecting it for future generations to learn from and enjoy.

SCRAP - State Conservation and Rescue Archaeology Program
The New Hampshire State Conservation and Rescue Archaeology Program (SCRAP) is a public participation program for archaeological research, management, and education. SCRAP is administered by the Archaeology Bureau in the Division of Historical Resources (DHR) of the New Hampshire Department of Cultural Resources. The program is supported by state and federal funds, donated private funds, and the volunteered services of trained and certified avocational archaeologists.

Survey & Inventory
The DHR Mobilizing a statewide survey effort to help ALL communities compile a preservation data base.

Tools for Preserving Barns and Farms
Historic barns and agricultural structures symbolize the distinctive New Hampshire values of heritage, hard work, productivity and stewardship. They are witnesses to the role of agriculture in our state's image and its economy, and they serve as scenic landmarks for residents and visitors alike."

 
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