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THIS PLATE MATTERS
THIS PLACE MATTERS
- Submitted to the National Trust's "This Place Matters" photo contest
May 2009 ACHP Meeting
Overlook – White Salmon, Klickitat County (WHR)
The George and Louisa Aggers House, know as “Overlook”, was once part of a small 46 acre cherry orchard business on the western edge of White Salmon. The 1910 craftsman style farmhouse serves as an excellent example of Arts...
DAHP plans to hold our next Cultural Resource Consultant Workshop on Wednesday, November 18th from 9am to 3pm in Olympia.The purpose of the workshop is to provide guidance to our consultants on:
- DAHP survey and inventory expectations,
- site types, and the professional qualifications for recording sites
- changes to state law regarding Cultural Resources and the protection of graves;...
2010 National Council on Public History Annual Meeting, Portland
NCPH working groups, led by senior practitioners and involving up to twelve discussants, will allow conferees to explore in depth a subject of shared concern. In these innovative seminar-like conversations, participants will have a chance to discuss questions raised by specific programs, problems, or initiatives in their own public history practice with...more
The Great World Wide Star Count begins during World Space Week this week. This is the third annual Great World Wide Star Count that encourages all to observe and learn about the stars above. As an archaeologist and preservationist it is also important to recognize the historic and cultural aspects of the night sky. A... more