National Historic Landmark
This Victorian dollhouse has been restored to its original sheathing and form including the scalloped shingles, casement
A national landmark in quiet transition.
The Department of the Interior recognized 24 new sites on Wednesday.
2. Haddonfield was named for 21-year-old Elizabeth Haddon, whose father, John, purchased 500 acres in New World in the late
As part of Preservation50, the Advisory Council for Historic Preservation and partners are inviting public input on how to ensure an even brighter future for cultural heritage protection and its public use in the next fifty years.
"With this designation, donors to Clinton are eligible to receive both a campaign contribution deduction and a Historic Tax
Of the many historic venues that have hosted the U.S. Open over the years, only four have transcended the game of golf and established themselves as icons of American history as National Historic Landmarks. Find out which courses have made the cut.
President and Mrs. Obama -- Please Don't Approve the Taking of Public Parkland for the Obama Presidential Library
President and Mrs. Obama, given this administration's exceptional legacy on the protection of open space, please don't make history by approving the confiscation of National Register designated public parkland for the Obama Presidential Library.
For Modernist designs, 2013 was a banner year for sites added to the National Register of Historic Places and/or designated
Many in the widespread coalition that make up "Heeding Cheyney's Call," are stating that the racially inequitable funding formula is the main reason that Cheyney, an all-time great institution, now has an all-time low student enrollment.