Category Archives: DAHP Information

2017 YAMA Archaeology Field School

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KEEPING HISTORY ABOVE WATER CONFERENCE SEEKING PROPOSALS for PRESENTERS

Please visit http://www.historyabovewater.org/2017-conference/ to review the guidelines and apply to present at the conference including deadlines for submitting proposals. An international gathering on adapting historic coastal communities to sea level rise Hosted by the City of Annapolis with Support from … Continue reading

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ACHP Comment on Funding Technology as Section 106 Mitigation

Recently the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers requested that the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation comment on the appropriateness of the use of mitigation funds to further information technology at State Historic Preservation Offices. Specifically, financial support would … Continue reading

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APTNW Technical Workshop

The NW Chapter of the Association of Preservation Technology is organizing a workshop on water repellents to be held in Seattle on April 29th.  The use of water repellents on historic masonry can be a divisive topic.  Knowledgeable professionals who … Continue reading

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Society of Architectural Historians 2017 Conference

The Marion Dean Ross Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historian’s 2017 conference preliminary program is now available: http://www.sahmdr.org/conf/Victoria_SAHMDR_preliminary_program_2017.pdf The preliminary program is not the final program, but it is fairly close.  We plan to send out the final program … Continue reading

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Washington Heritage Barn Register Property Destroyed by Fire

The Heritage Barn listed Smith Barn (aka Willowood Barn) was destroyed in a dramatic fire on Monday night. The Smith Family Farm is located within the Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve on Whidbey Island. Follow the links to the article … Continue reading

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National Preservation Institute – Upcoming Training Opportunities

There are several National Preservation Institute training opportunities coming up in the area this spring. See the links for details. NEPA Compliance for Cultural Resources – Portland – March 14-15 Section 4(f) Compliance for Historic Properties – Portland – March 16-17 Section 106: … Continue reading

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Views from the Northwoods – Polson Museum – Hoquiam

Depicting modern logging in Grays Harbor and Mason counties, our exhibit displays twenty-nine of Tylczak’s evocative images, plus one-hundred-and-eighty cycled on our flat-panel TV. As Simpson’s bridge shows, John Tylczak has mastered the black-and-white art of the large-format camera. Inspired … Continue reading

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Repatriating the Ancient One

On Friday, on behalf of Governor Jay Inslee, State Historic Preservation Officer, Dr. Allyson Brooks, had the incredible honor of repatriating the Ancient One, known as Kennewick Man, back to his family, the five claimant tribes. The tribes had been … Continue reading

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Wisaard Q & A

Hi Everyone! This week I am sharing a video tutorial specifically for EZ2 users. Recall that the EZ2 is a shortened version of the historic property inventory form for non-cultural resources professionals. Hope it helps some of you! More videos … Continue reading

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