One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.
One of a group of images in the website home page top bar - a theme of photographs depicting a diverse range of people working in the field of historic preservation- architects, engineers, archaeologists and the like. Please contact us for more information.

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Professionals, students, and anyone interested in the field of historic preservation and related areas of study will find on this site a comprehensive database of regularly updated internet resources, a list of degree programs in historic preservation, and a jobs board.

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National Council on Public History

Awards that Recognize Excellence in the Field Submissions accepted for Book and other Awards | Deadline Nov. 1, 2022

Visit ncph.org/about/awards/ for guidelines and instructions on how to apply.

Americans at Work - National Historic Landmark Theme Study on Labor History by the U.S. National Park Service

Americans at Work - National Historic Landmark Theme Study on Labor History by the U.S. National Park Service

The National Historic Landmarks Program is pleased to announce the release of a new theme study, Labor History in the United States, which highlights the many stories of Americans at work through current scholarship on labor history and nationally significant places. While labor organizing is a theme throughout, the focus on occupational groups highlights up-to-date research on a wide variety of working people.

The complete accessible PDF is available for download on the National Historic Landmarks Program website.




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