Written on: March 12th, 2018 in Preservation
Office’s programs help to preserve Delaware’s historic places and unique cultural identity.
Archaeologist served in the Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs’ State Historic Preservation Office.
Annual gathering promotes sound federal preservation policy and programs.
Report illustrates the programs and services that led to the division’s accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums.
Five properties and one historic district were listed in 2017.
Event features a day of expert presentations providing practical advice for those concerned with the preservation and maintenance of historic burial places in the First State.
Upgrades to the Cultural and Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS) restore access to historic property information and feature new map layers.
Archaeologist Craig Lukezic spoke on historic preservation issues in highway projects.
Grants are designed to advance ongoing preservation activities for historic places representing African-American cultural heritage.
Workshop designed to increase support for historic preservation, and to provide historical-research training for property owners