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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 1, 2007

Tanya Kress
603-271-6568
tanya.kress@dcr.nh.gov

What’s Old is New: New Hampshire’s Online Preservation Resource Rolls out a New Look

CONCORD, NH---The New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources (NHDHR) is pleased to announce the recent update of its website www.nh.gov/nhdhr. As one of the state’s most important resources for publicizing preservation tools and advice to the citizens of New Hampshire, the website’s new layout makes the site more user-friendly and easier to browse and brings a fresh appearance that highlights New Hampshire’s historic resources.

The NHDHR website provides information on the variety of programs including information on the Section 106 review process, the National and State Registers of Historic Places, research and historical information, helpful links, and financial resources available in New Hampshire for preservation projects with helpful hints to use when applying for assistance. According to Elizabeth Muzzey, recently appointed State Historic Preservation Officer and Director of the NHDHR, “Our website has been such an effective way to offer information and technical assistance for preservation projects. The new format makes it even easier and quicker to use. For those who are online, keep checking back – we’ll be adding new content on a regular basis. We are also always available for additional assistance by calling the office.” The staff of the NHDHR is grateful to colleagues Tanya Kress and Deborah Gagne and to Linda Sheldon at the New Hampshire Office of Information and Technology for the work and energy they invested to make this project possible.

About the New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources:

New Hampshire's "State Historic Preservation Office" was established in 1974 as the Division of Historical Resources. The historical, archaeological, architectural and cultural resources of New Hampshire are among its most important environmental assets. Historic preservation promotes the use, understanding and conservation of such resources for the education, inspiration, pleasure and enrichment of New Hampshire's citizens. For more information, visit us online at www.nh.gov/nhdhr or by calling (603) 271-3483.

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