Category Archives: DAHP Information

RISE OF LA RAZA: DAHP ANNOUNCES RFP FOR PHASE II UNDER-REPRESENTED COMMUNITIES PROJECT

The Washington State DAHP is requesting proposals for the inventory, documentation, evaluation and nomination of historic places in the Puget Sound region associated with Latino heritage. Proposals due July 14, 2017. Follow this link: http://www.dahp.wa.gov/ethnic-preservation to DAHP’s webpage with more information about … Continue reading

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HANDS-ON PRESERVATION WORKSHOP, GRAND TETON NP JULY 25-27,2017

The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT) and the Vanishing Treasures Program announces the availability of applications to their upcoming workshop on Traditional Finishes: Lime-Based Treatments at Grand Teton National Park on July 25-27. To register, go to … Continue reading

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Juliette Vogel Recovering from Accident

DAHP’s Assistant State Anthropologist Juliette Vogel was injured in a serious vehicle accident in SeaTac early Sunday morning as she was returning home after a week’s vacation with family. As of this writing, Juliette is currently in recovery at Harborview … Continue reading

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EZ Form Training July 13, 2017

EZ Form Training  EZ Webinar for non-cultural resources professionals Date: July 13, 2017 Time: 10 am until 11:15 am Join Kim Gant for a comprehensive training webinar on the EZ forms including a tutorial of the EZ-2 in Wisaard. This … Continue reading

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2017 Training Calendar

Happy June! Maybe some of you are seeing the sun?? The 2017 Training Calendar has been updated and there are some really interesting opportunities coming available both near and far.  The University of Florida is holding a field school in … Continue reading

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Wisaard Q & A

Hi Everyone, Sometimes we send out notices to Wisaard users that Wisaard will be down for maintenance, upgrades etc… But you may or may not receive the message. Why is that? DAHP uses the email address that you provided to SAW … Continue reading

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MAY 31 PUBLIC HEARING SET ON PROVIDENCE ACADEMY DEMOLITION PERMIT

Notice of Public Hearing The City of Issaquah has posted a Notice of Public Hearing Appeal of SEPA MDNS Decision for 10:00 am on May 31, 2017 in the Issaquah City Council Chambers. Click on the link above to see … Continue reading

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RENTON’S HISTORIC DUFF HOUSE AVAILABLE FOR SALE AND MOVE

Soaring new home prices got you down? Looking for something with early 20th century charm and history? Check out this 1920s Renton Craftsman gem: http://www.nickelbros.com/homes/historic-duff-house/ being offered by Seattle’s Nickel Brothers house movers. Determined to be eligible for the National … Continue reading

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Vernacular Architecture Forum – New Cascadia Chapter

Ladies and Gentlemen, start your (vernacular) engines! Announcing a new start-up in the Pacific Northwest: the Cascadia Chapter of the Vernacular Architecture Forum (VAF)!  The VAF is the national home of vernacular architecture studies, now celebrating its 38th year, with an annual conference, respected academic journal … Continue reading

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SAH MDR Conference Program Available

The Marion Dean Ross Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historian’s 2017 conference program has been completed!  Links to the program and registration information are below.  This year’s conference will be in Victoria, BC.  Inspired by a variety of anniversary … Continue reading

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