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Featured Projects: Preservation and Access

2013 NDNP Annual Awardees Meeting
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Preserving America’s Historic Newspapers: Experiences from the Field

After this year’s NDNP Annual Meeting, we asked staff from several of the project’s 36 state partners—Missouri, Florida, Texas, and Minnesota—to discuss their experiences. 

Posted: November 19, 2013
Dossin Great Lakes Museum
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Summer Road Trip! Next Stop: North Country

As the dog days of summer give way to autumn, there’s no better place to visit than North Country.

Posted: September 19, 2013
John Wesley Powell River History Museum
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Summer Road Trip! Next Stop: The American West

We continue our series with a historical and cultural tour of the American West.

Posted: August 21, 2013
Historic Boat Rides with the Center for Wooden Boats
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Summer Road Trip! Next Stop: The Pacific Northwest

The relatively short distance between Seattle and Portland makes them favorite destinations for vacationers headed to the Pacific Northwest.

Posted: August 14, 2013
Klee Benally on Route 66
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Summer Road Trip! Next stop: The Great Basin and Colorado Plateau

The next stop in our summer road trip series takes us to Nevada and Arizona.

Posted: August 4, 2013
Map of Hawai'i featuring Roadtrip Destinations
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Summer Road Trip! First Stop: Hawai'i

One good way to learn more about the rich and complex history of the islands during your stay is to visit some of the many historic sites and museums that serve as custodians of Hawaii’s cultural heritage.

Posted: July 17, 2013
St. Johnsbury Athenaeum
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The Division of Preservation and Access Evaluates the Impact of its Humanities Collections and Reference Resources Program

Beginning in 2011, NEH’s Division of Preservation and Access conducted a formal evaluation of the program, focusing on grants made in the years 2000 through 2010.

Posted: July 7, 2013
J. P. Harrington and Tule Indians
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Voices for the Future

California is home to greater linguistic diversity than any other U.S. state. As such, it has long been a fruitful site for scholars interested in studying and documenting the state’s native languages.

Posted: June 26, 2013
All generations enjoyed snowcones at the first Lotus Festival in Los Angeles.
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Preserving Asian-American History and Culture

We are featuring projects from two institutions -- Visual Communications Archives and Media Resource Library and the American Museum of Natural History -- in celebration of Asian-Pacific Heritage Month.

Posted: May 6, 2013