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Preservation {in brief} Newsletter
E-Newsletter of the NH Division of Historical Resources

May is National Preservation Month

Technical Assistance Publications
Technical Assistance Reports, Technical Information Sheets, Historic Preservation tools and techniques, Historic Districts, Heritage Commissions, Historic and Cultural Resources, Stone Walls, and other publications.

Research Topics
Monographs, Historic Context Reports and other miscellaneous research topics

NH's Five-Year Preservation Plan

New Hampshire Covered Bridges
Covered bridges represent a link with our past. They stand as monuments to builders who had the vision and the ability to design and construct engineering masterpieces of wood. Men such as Ithiel Town, Stephen Long, James Tasker, and more recently, Milton Graton have left a lasting impression on the landscape.

New Hampshire Historical Highway Markers
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

Descriptions of Portraits and Likenesses:

Exterior Statues and Memorials at the New Hampshire State House Complex
Seven statues and memorials have been installed on grounds surrounding the New Hampshire State House Complex, 1886 - 1998. This publication gives information about the personages represented, as well as information about the sculptors and foundries involved and the dedication ceremonies.

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