The Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation prides itself on being transparent and offering our customers easy access to a wide variety of information. The following are links to a various documents, forms, historical emphemera, articles and websites that will assist you with your preservation efforts. Please feel free to contact us at (360) 586-3065 if you can't find the information you are looking for.
Dig into the history of the state by using our on-line searchable database to find and download information on thousands of archaeological and historic sites. You will also find State and National Register Nominations, and Heritage Barn Register nominations, as well as cultural resource reporting information.
Explore the rich architectural history of the state through this detailed, visual tour of architectural styles from the 1860s to the 1960s.
Discover a diverse group of practitioners who shaped the places we live, work and play.
Your one stop shopping area to a variety of issues relating to the preservation of historic sites and structures. From how to preserve your historic windows, to the economic benefits of historic preservation.
Looking for ways to further your education and training about all things related to Historic Preservation, we have the master list for your training needs!
Study the intricacies of Historic Preservation laws at the state and federal level.
Can't make it to one of our workshops? We'll do our best to get them posted online for your viewing pleasure!