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Programs > New Hampshire's Five-Year Preservation Plan > Success Stories

Jefferson — State Conservation and Rescue Archaeology ProgramSuccess Stories Photos
Keene — Archaeology and Education at the Wyman Tavern
Lebanon — Smart and Creative Certified Local Government
Chichester — Inventory and Stewardship on Historic Main Street
Department of Transportation — Archaeological Collections Management
Portsmouth — African Burying Ground
Manchester — Archaeological Investigations, Workers’ Housing Midden Site
Somersworth — Building Rehabilitation and Economic Development
Multi-Town — Partnerships at Squam Lake, National Register Initiative
Amherst— What is Hidden is as Important as What is on the Surface
White Mountain National Forest — HistoriCorps rehabs Fabyan Guard Station
Canterbury — Canterbury Shaker Village Strategic Partnerships
Portsmouth — Heritage House Program at Strawbery Banke Museum
Allenstown — Grassroots Preservation at the Old Allenstown Meetinghouse
Danbury — Enthusiasm and Dedication for the Town’s Heritage
Berlin — Rehabilitation of the Notre Dame School
Kingston — Small Steps Leading Toward Significant Change: Collaboration
Claremont — Partnerships, Funding Sources, and Community Impacts
Concord — Energy Efficiency at the Margaret Pillsbury General Hospital Annex
Plainfield — Energy Efficient Window Rehabilitation at Plainfield Town Hall


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