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Historic Preservation Organizations

Index By Type

U.S Government Organizations.

Resource No. 187

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is an independent Federal agency that promotes the preservation, enhancement, and productive use of our Nation's historic resources and advises the President and Congress on national historic preservation policy.
202-517-0200

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Resource No. 195

National Register of Historic Places

The National Register of Historic Places is the Nation's official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation. Authorized under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Register is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect our historic and archeological resources. Properties listed in the Register include districts, sites, buildings, structures, and objects that are significant in American history, architecture, archeology, engineering, and culture. The National Register is administered by the National Park Service, which is part of the U.S. Department of the Interior.
202-354-2211

National Register of Historic Places

Resource No. 186

National Trust for Historic Preservation

The National Trust for Historic Preservation provides leadership, education and advocacy to save America's diverse historic places and revitalize our communities. Chartered by Congress in 1949, this is a nonprofit organization with 200,000 members. The site features exciting historic travel destinations, old house fix-up tips, news, shopping ideas, and much more.
202-588-6000 or 800-944-6847

National Trust for Historic Preservation

National and Regional Organizations.

Resource No. 189

Heritage Preservation

For over a quarter century, Heritage Preservation has been working to ensure the preservation of America's collections for present and future generations. We are the nation's leading nonprofit advocate for the proper care of all our cultural heritage: works of art, books and archives, documents and photographs, architecture, monuments, natural science specimens, and family heirlooms.
202-233-0800

Heritage Preservation

Resource No. 192

Historic New England

Historic New England is a 100 year old preservation organization preserving New England history, artifacts, homes, landscapes and stories.
617-227-3956

Historic New England

Resource No. 188

History Channel's Save Our History Initiative

® created the Save Our History initiative to support local history education and historic preservation in communities across the country. The initiative includes the Save Our History Grant Program which funds partnerships between local history organizations and schools on community preservation projects, free educational resources for elementary, middle, and high school teachers interested in making local history and preservation a component of their curriculum, and cash prizes and scholarships for teachers and students who demonstrate an exceptional commitment to local history education and preservation.

History Channel's Save Our History Initiative

Resource No. 193

National Alliance of Preservation Commissions

The NAPC is the only organization devoted solely to representing the nation's preservation design review commissions. NAPC provides technical support and manages an information network to help local commissions accomplishing their preservation objectives. The Alliance also serves as an advocate at federal, state and local levels of government to promote policies and programs that support preservation commission efforts.
757-802-4141

National Alliance of Preservation Commissions

Resource No. 196

Preservation Trades Network

PTN was conceived in 1995 at an Association for Preservation Technology (APT) conference roundtable strategy session in Washington, DC. At the time, representatives of the preservation trades felt it important for the preservation trades to be recognized as a valued member of preservation project teams. To do this, the preservation trades took action to build a community of like-minded individuals who share knowledge of the process of historic preservation as it occurs in the field. PTN was formed to provide a focus on and support of the sharing of the preservation trade's knowledge of the physical process of preservation, of how to shape and work historic materials. From this beginning PTN became a Task Force of APT.
866-853-9335

Preservation Trades Network

Resource No. 197

Preserve and Protect

A not-for-profit corporation providing space on the World Wide Web for Historic Preservation and Environmental Protection Organizations.

Preserve and Protect

Resource No. 199

PreserveNet

reserveNet is designed to provide preservationists with a comprehensive database of regularly updated internet resources and current professional opportunities. Established in 1994 by Cornell University's Michael Tomlan and Bob Pick, PreserveNet was the result of a collaborative effort by preservation students of various universities interested in providing preservation information in what was then a new and exciting arena, the internet. Updated and expanded in 2001, PreserveNet continues to utilize the many internet resources of various preservation organizations and maintains a current listing of professional and educational opportunities.

PreserveNet

Resource No. 200

Society for North American Homes

An association of owners and prospective owners of historic (old) American homes. Our mission is to advocate for sound stewardship of these properties and to encourage ownership in them.
703-850-4138

Society for North American Homes

Resource No. 201

Traditional Building Skills Institute

The Traditional Building Skills Institute offers workshops to architects, builders, contractors, trades people, students, educators and homeowners to further the art of traditional building skills for the purpose of restoring and preserving historic properties. A one-year course of study leads to a certificate in historic preservation and restoration technology; a two-year course to an Associate of Applied Science or an Associate of Science in Building Construction and Construction Management.
800-848-3399 or 435-283-7159

Traditional Building Skills Institute

Resource No. 202

The Victorian Society In America

The Victorian Society In America is the only national non-profit organization committed to historic preservation, protection, understanding, education, and enjoyment of our nineteenth century heritage.
215-636-9872

The Victorian Society In America

State Historic Preservation Offices.

These are the official state-level agencies established as a result of The National Historic Preservation Act, passed in 1966 by the US Congress.

These agencies, often referred to as 'SHPOs', manage nominations to the National Register of Historic Places. Typically they also manage state-level grants and other incentive programs related to old houses.

Alabama

Resource No. 203

Alabama Historic Commission

Montgomery, Alabama

334-242-3184

Alabama Historic Commission

Alaska

Resource No. 204

Division of Parks, Office of History and Archeology

Anchorage, Alaska

907-269-8400

Division of Parks, Office of History and Archeology

Arizona

Resource No. 205

Arizona State Parks

Phoenix, Arizona

602-258-1920

Arizona State Parks

Arkansas

Resource No. 206

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program

Little Rock, Arkansas

501-324-9880

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program

California

Resource No. 209

Office of Historic Preservation - Department Of Parks and Recreation- CA

Sacramento, California

916-445-7000

Office of Historic Preservation - Department Of Parks and Recreation- CA

Colorado

Resource No. 212

History Colorado

Denver, Colorado

303-447-8679

History Colorado

Connecticut

Resource No. 213

Connecticut Historical Commission

Hartford, Connecticut

860-256-2800

Connecticut Historical Commission

Delaware

Delaware State Historic Preservation Office

Dist. of Col.

Resource No. 216

State Historic Preservation Office

East, Washington, Dist. of Col.

202-442-7600

State Historic Preservation Office

Florida

Resource No. 217

Florida Historical Commission

Tallahassee, Florida

850.245.6500

Florida Historical Commission

Georgia

Resource No. 219

State Historic Preservation Office - Historic Preservation Division

Stockbridge, Georgia

770-389-7844

State Historic Preservation Office - Historic Preservation Division

Hawaii

Resource No. 913

Hawaii State Historic Preservation Office

Kapolei, Hawaii

The State Historic Preservation Division of DLNR works to preserve and sustain reminders of earlier times which link the past to the present. SHPD’s three branches, History and Culture, Archaeology, and Architecture, strive to accomplish this goal through a number of different activities.
808-692-8015

Hawaii State Historic Preservation Office

Illinois

Resource No. 223

Illinois Historic Preservation Agency

Springfield, Illinois

217-785-7930

Illinois Historic Preservation Agency

Indiana

Resource No. 914

Indiana State Preservation Office

Indiana

317-232-1646

Indiana State Preservation Office

Iowa

Resource No. 227

State Historical Society of Iowa

Des Moines, Iowa

515-281-6200

State Historical Society of Iowa

Kansas

Resource No. 229

Kansas State Historical Society

Topeka, Kansas

785-272-8681

Kansas State Historical Society

Kentucky

Resource No. 400

Kentucky Heritage Council

Kentucky

For more than 40 years, the Kentucky Heritage Council / State Historic Preservation Office has been assisting individuals, communities and local governments with making historic preservation an important component of comprehensive community planning and economic development.
502-564-7005

Kentucky Heritage Council

Louisiana

Resource No. 405

Louisiana State Parks and Historical Sites

Louisiana

225-342-8111 or 888-677-1400

Louisiana State Parks and Historical Sites

Maine

Resource No. 406

Maine Historic Preservation Commission

Augusta, Maine

207-287-2132

Maine Historic Preservation Commission

Maryland

Resource No. 410

Preservation Maryland

Baltimore, Maryland

Preservation Maryland is dedicated to preserving Maryland's historic buildings, neighborhoods, landscapes and archaeological sites through education, outreach, and advocacy.
410-685-2886

Preservation Maryland

Massachusetts

Resource No. 412

Massachusetts Historical Commission

Boston, Massachusetts

The continuing presence of historic properties in Massachusetts immeasurably enhances the quality of our lives; they help to establish our sense of place and to define the very character of our communities.
617-727-8470

Massachusetts Historical Commission

Minnesota

Resource No. 414

Minnesota Historical Society

St. Paul , Minnesota

The Minnesota Historical Society preserves Minnesota's past, shares our state's stories and connects people with history in meaningful ways, for today and for tomorrow. Because history matters!
800-657-3773 or 651-259-3000

Minnesota Historical Society

Mississippi

Resource No. 416

Mississippi Department of Archives and History

Mississippi

A comprehensive historical agency, the department collects, preserves, and provides access to the archival resources of the state, administers museums and historic sites, and oversees statewide programs for historic preservation, government records management, and publications.
601-576-6850

Mississippi Department of Archives and History

Missouri

Resource No. 417

Missouri State Historic Preservation Office

Jefferson City, Missouri

800-361-4827 or 573-751-7858

Missouri State Historic Preservation Office

Montana

Resource No. 419

Montana Historical Society

Helena, Montana

The Montana Historical Society is the guardian of Montana's memory. Established in 1865, the oldest institution of its kind in the West, the MHS's vast historic collections of artifacts, photographs, and documents are exhibited in six extraordinary galleries. In 1969, we became the official state Archives and the repository for state agency records of permanent value.
406-444-2694
visit mhs.mt.gov

Montana Historical Society

Nebraska

Resource No. 420

Nebraska State Historical Society

Lincoln, Nebraska

"The Nebraska State Historical Society collects, preserves, and opens to all, the histories we share."
402-471-3270

Nebraska State Historical Society

Nevada

Resource No. 421

Nevada State Historic Preservation Office

Carson City, Nevada

The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) encourages the preservation, documentation, and use of cultural resources through state and federal programs. The agency works to educate the public about the importance of our cultural heritage so that Nevada’s historic and archaeological properties are preserved, interpreted, and reused for their economic, educational, and intrinsic values and for future generations to appreciate.
775-684-3448
visit nvshpo.org

Nevada State Historic Preservation Office

New Hampshire

Resource No. 423

New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources

Concord, New Hampshire

603-271-3483

New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources

New Jersey

Resource No. 425

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

New Jersey

866-337-5669

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

New Mexico

Resource No. 427

New Mexico Historic Preservation Division

Santa Fe, New Mexico

505-827-6320

New Mexico Historic Preservation Division

New York

Resource No. 428

New York State Parks Historic Preservation Division

Waterford, New York

518-474-0456

New York State Parks Historic Preservation Division

North Carolina

Resource No. 430

North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office

Raleigh, North Carolina

919-807-6570

North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office

North Dakota

Resource No. 440

State Historical Society of North Dakota

Bismarck, North Dakota

701.328.2666

State Historical Society of North Dakota

Ohio

Resource No. 441

Ohio Historic Preservation Office

Columbus, Ohio

614-297-2300 or 800-686-6124

Ohio Historic Preservation Office

Oklahoma

Resource No. 443

Oklahoma Historical Society

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

405-522-0765

Oklahoma Historical Society

Oregon

Resource No. 445

Oregon Heritage Conservation

Salem, Oregon

503-986-0690

Oregon Heritage Conservation

Pennsylvania

Resource No. 447

Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

717-783-8946

Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

Rhode Island

Resource No. 915

Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission

Providence,, Rhode Island

401-222-2678

Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission

South Carolina

Resource No. 451

South Carolina Department of Archives and History

Columbia, South Carolina

803-896-6196 or 866-340-7105

South Carolina Department of Archives and History

South Dakota

South Dakota SHPO

Tennessee

Resource No. 454

Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities

Tennessee

The Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities (APTA) is the oldest statewide nonprofit historic preservation organization in the State of Tennessee and is the fourth oldest in the nation. The APTA has maintained and preserved over 20 historic sites since it was founded in 1951. The APTA mission is to promote and encourage active participation in the preservation of Tennessee’s rich historic, cultural, architectural and archeological heritage through restoration, education, advocacy and statewide cooperation. The APTA has 14 chapters across the state of Tennessee that are actively working to maintain and preserve 16 historic sites and that act as advocates for historic preservation in their cities and counties. We understand the importance of heritage tourism and education and their impact on Tennessee’s economy and future.
615-708-4716

Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities

Texas

Resource No. 459

Preservation Texas

Austin, Texas

We are the only Texas statewide non-profit preservation organization, a partner of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
512-472-0102

Preservation Texas

Utah

Resource No. 460

Utah Heritage Foundation

Salt Lake City, Utah

Established in 1966, Utah Heritage Foundation was the first statewide preservation organization in the western United States. Utah Heritage Foundation reaches communities throughout the state through a wide range of programs and activities.
801-533-0858

Utah Heritage Foundation

Vermont

Resource No. 917

Agency of Commerce & Community Development

Vermont

802-828-3211

Agency of Commerce & Community Development

West Virginia

Resource No. 468

West Virginia Division of Culture and History

Charleston, West Virginia

The mission of the West Virginia Division of Culture and History is to identify, preserve, protect, promote and present the ideas, arts and artifacts of West Virginia’s heritage, building pride in our past accomplishments and confidence in our future.
304-558-0230

West Virginia Division of Culture and History

Wyoming

Resource No. 472

Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office

Cheyenne, Wyoming

The Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office documents, preserves and promotes Wyoming’s heritage with our preservation partners.
307-777-7697

Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office

Local and State Organizations.

California

Resource No. 208

Alameda Architectural Preservation Society

Alameda, California

The AAPS is dedicated to preserving the architectural history in the city of Alameda, California.
510-479-6489

Alameda Architectural Preservation Society

Resource No. 210

The Old Escondido Historic District

Escondido, California

From tiny bungalows to magnificent Victorian homes, the Old Escondido Historic District contains the majority of Escondido's historic resources. It is a wonderful place to walk or tour by car.
760-291-7206 or 760-735-8072

The Old Escondido Historic District

Resource No. 211

Save Our Heritage

San Diego, California

Save Our Heritage Organization, SOHO, is a private, member-based 501c3 non-profit organization, formed in 1969 to save a single home, the 1887 Sherman Gilbert House. This small group of concerned citizens has become the third largest group of its kind in California, with thousands of members and subscribers, hundreds of volunteers, and an administrative, museum and retail staff of over 30. SOHO is based in Old Town San Diego, the birthplace of California. We manage and operate historic sites and resources throughout San Diego County. We are the only countywide historic preservation organization, in a county that encompasses 18 incorporated cities and numerous neighborhoods and communities. SOHO works on a wide range of preservation issues throughout San Diego County. All our advocacy efforts share a common goal: to protect and preserve the historic architectural and cultural resources of our region
619-297-9327

Save Our Heritage

Connecticut

Resource No. 214

Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation

Hamden, Connecticut

The Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation is nonprofit statewide membership organization established in 1975. Working with local preservation groups and individuals as well as with statewide organizations, it encourages, advocates and facilitates historic preservation throughout Connecticut.
203-562-6312

Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation

Florida

Resource No. 218

Riverside Avondale Preservation

Jacksonville, Florida

Riverside Avondale Preservation Inc. (RAP) is a private, non-profit membership organization whose mission is to enhance and preserve the architecture, history, cultural heritage and economic viability of the historic neighborhoods of Riverside and Avondale in Jacksonville, FL. RAP encourages community participation, promotes preservation education, and sponsors events that highlight the history, architecture and cultural vibrancy of the district.
904-389-2449

Riverside Avondale Preservation

Georgia

Resource No. 220

The Georgia Trust

Atlanta, Georgia

The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation promotes an appreciation of Georgia's diverse historic resources and provides for their protection and use to reclaim, restore and revitalize the state's historic places and communities.
404-881-9980

The Georgia Trust

Hawaii

Resource No. 221

Department Of Land and Natural Resources

Honolulu, Hawaii

808-587-0400

Department Of Land and Natural Resources

Idaho

Resource No. 222

Idaho State Historical Society

Idaho

208-334-2682

Idaho State Historical Society

Illinois

Resource No. 225

Historic Chicago Bungalow Association

Chicago, Illinois

The Historic Chicago Bungalow Association and the City of Chicago provides the resources necessary to ensure that the city's approximately 80,000 Chicago bungalows remain a housing choice for families through the Historic Chicago Bungalow Initiative.
312-675-0300

Historic Chicago Bungalow Association

Resource No. 224

Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

312-922-1742

Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois

Resource No. 226

Quincy Preserves

Quincy, Illinois

The mission of Quincy Preserves, Inc., is to foster awareness of and to promote appreciation of the historic architecture of Quincy, Illinois, and Adams County and to encourage active membership involvement in the recognizing, protecting, maintaining, and displaying of these structures.

Quincy Preserves

Kansas

Resource No. 231

Lawrence Preservation Alliance

Lawrence, Kansas

The mission of Lawrence Preservation Alliance is to preserve historically significant buildings and natural environments, and to educate the community about the benefits of historic preservation.

Lawrence Preservation Alliance

Resource No. 228

Kansas Preservation Alliance, Inc.

Topeka, Kansas

The Kansas Preservation Alliance is the state-wide not-for-profit advocacy organization for historic preservation. KPA is dedicated to supporting the preservation of Kansas' heritage through education, advocacy, cooperating with like-minded individuals or groups, and participation of historic structures and places.

Kansas Preservation Alliance, Inc.

Kentucky

Resource No. 191

Historic Homes Foundation, Inc.

Louisville, Kentucky

A non-profit corporation chartered in 1957 for the purpose of purchasing, preserving and displaying historic buildings and their collections, as well as for furthering the advancement of education, culture and the arts in Kentucky. Three historic houses: Farmington, the Thomas Edison House and Whitehall, are presently owned and managed by the Foundation.
502-899-5079

Historic Homes Foundation, Inc.

Resource No. 402

Kentucky Trust for Historic Preservation

Louisville, Kentucky

An independent, non-profit 501(c) (3), bricks and mortar organization, which uses hands-on approaches to save Kentucky's endangered buildings and sites.
502.320.9735

Kentucky Trust for Historic Preservation

Resource No. 401

Old Louisville Guide

Louisville, Kentucky

Old Louisville National Historic Preservation District America's Victorian Treasure. The Old Louisville Guide has everything about historic preservation in Louisville, Kentucky. Complete with events, museum info, library info, walking tour schedules, and historic property features, this site is a must see.
502-636-3091

Old Louisville Guide

Louisiana

Resource No. 404

Foundation for Historical Louisiana

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

FHL mission is to preserve the architectural and cultural heritage of Louisiana. Headquarters is located in the 1930 Old Governor's Mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a replica of the White House, built by Governor Huey P. Long. Besides being a historic house museum, it is a venue for special public and private events.
225-387-2464

Foundation for Historical Louisiana

Maine

Resource No. 408

Greater Portland Landmarks, Inc.

Portland, Maine

Greater Portland Landmarks promotes preservation and revitalization of historic buildings, neighborhoods, and landscapes and encourages high-quality new architecture to enhance the livability and economic vitality of Portland and surrounding communities. We house the Frances Peabody Research Library, and we restored and run the Portland Observatory Museum, a National Historic Landmark and the last remaining maritime signal tower in the country (1807).
207-774-5561

Greater Portland Landmarks, Inc.

Resource No. 407

Maine Preservation

Yarmouth, Maine

Maine Preservation is the statewide, non-profit preservation organization (1972) for Maine. Staff of four; includes seed grant program, revolving fund, and preservation easements program.
207-847-3577

Maine Preservation

Maryland

Resource No. 409

Maryland Historical Trust

Crownsville, Maryland

Preserving and interpreting the legacy of Maryland’s past.
410-514-7600

Maryland Historical Trust

Resource No. 411

Peerless Rockville

Rockville, Maryland

Peerless Rockville is an award-winning nonprofit, community-based organization founded in 1974 to preserve buildings, objects and information important to Rockville's heritage. Peerless Rockville advances its goals through education, example, advocacy, and community involvement.
301-762-0096

Peerless Rockville

Michigan

Resource No. 413

Michigan Historical Center

Michigan

517-373-1650

Michigan Historical Center

Minnesota

Resource No. 415

Preservation Specialists Directory

Minnesota

The Preservation Specialists Directory is an online searchable database of contractors, suppliers and other preservation- and history-related specialists who work in Minnesota.

Preservation Specialists Directory

Missouri

Resource No. 230

Kansas City Bungalow Club

Kansas City, Missouri

The Kansas City Bungalow Club is an advocacy, educational and social organization dedicated to promoting the restoration and preservation of all types of bungalows in the Kansas City area.
816-363-0349

Kansas City Bungalow Club

Resource No. 418

St. Joseph Preservation, Inc.

St. Joseph, Missouri

816-271-4827

St. Joseph Preservation, Inc.

Nevada

Resource No. 422

Nevada Preservation Foundation

Las Vegas, Nevada

The Nevada Preservation Foundation promotes the appreciation and preservation of our architectural heritage through community outreach, educational programming and historic designation assistance.
702-530-9707

Nevada Preservation Foundation

New Jersey

Resource No. 374

Alloway History/Community News & Events Sharing Group

New Jersey

Dedicated to preserving the historical past of Alloway.

Alloway History/Community News & Events Sharing Group

Resource No. 424

Historical Society of Princeton

Princeton, New Jersey

The mission of the Historical Society of Princeton is to collect and preserve materials pertaining to the town and its environs, and to interpret the history of the area through exhibitions, educational programs, and publications. Since its founding in 1938, the Historical Society has amassed, recorded, and exhibited a collection of over 40,000 artifacts, manuscripts, photographs, decorative arts objects, artworks, and articles of clothing dating from the 17th century to the present, and has offered a broad range of educational services and activities to local residents, students, scholars, and visitors from around the world. The HSP maintains two historic sites, Bainbridge House and the Updike Farmstead.
609.921.6748

Historical Society of Princeton

Resource No. 426

Bergen County Historical Society

River Edge, New Jersey

The Bergen County Historical Society, was founded in 1902 to develop public appreciation for Bergen County's remarkable history, especially through the preservation and study of its material culture. We are the only historical association to focus on the Bergen County, NJ as a whole, from its prehistory to the present day. The Steuben House, Campbell-Christie House and Demarest House are landmarks of Bergen Dutch sandstone architecture, popularly called "Dutch Colonial" and frequently seen and admired throughout northern NJ. The Steuben House still stands on its original site.
201-343-9492

Bergen County Historical Society

New York

Resource No. 429

Aurora Coalition, Inc.

Aurora, New York

We are an upstate New York grass-roots historic community preservation organization.

Aurora Coalition, Inc.

North Carolina

Resource No. 431

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission

Charlotte, North Carolina

704-376-9115

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission

Dilworth Online

Elizabeth Neighborhood Community Association

Historic Charlotte

Plaza-Midwood Association

Resource No. 438

Historic Preservation Society of Durham

Durham, North Carolina

919-682-3036

Historic Preservation Society of Durham

Resource No. 437

Historic Oakwood

Raleigh, North Carolina

Historic Oakwood is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and remains the only intact 19th century neighborhood in Raleigh, NC. It is a key tourist attraction and it is home to hundreds of lovingly restored Victorian, Queen Anne, Colonial and Arts & Crafts style homes.

Historic Oakwood

Resource No. 436

Preservation North Carolina

Raleigh, North Carolina

919-832-3652

Preservation North Carolina

Resource No. 439

Downtown Salisbury Inc.

Salisbury, North Carolina

704-637-7814

Downtown Salisbury Inc.

Ohio

Resource No. 442

Heritage Ohio

Columbus, Ohio

We are the statewide preservation partner with the National Trust for historic preservation here in Ohio. Heritage Ohio exists to help people to save the places that matter; build community; and live better.
614-258-6200

Heritage Ohio

Oklahoma

Resource No. 444

Saline Preservation Association

Pryor, Oklahoma

Established in 2003 to promote historic preservation and restoration within the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. Current major project is the Saline National Park, a rural 14 acre park with the only remaining rural district courthouse of the Cherokee National.
918-640-9690

Saline Preservation Association

Oregon

Resource No. 446

Pacific Northwest Field School

Eugene, Oregon

The University of Oregon's Historic Preservation Program is an interdisciplinary program within the School of Architecture and Allied Arts. The graduate program was established in 1980, and an undergraduate minor, open to any university major upon approval, was initiated in 1987. The courses, faculty and administration are interdepartmental. The Director of the Program and the administrative committee are appointed by the Dean.
541-346-2089

Pacific Northwest Field School

Pennsylvania

Resource No. 449

Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks inspires people to engage with history by preserving our unique historic sites and by providing related historical, educational and cultural programming.
215-925-2251

Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks

Resource No. 448

Young Preservationists Association of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Incorporated in 2002, the YPA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit comprised of dynamic preservation leaders throughout the region organized to ignite a new historic preservation movement in southwestern Pennsylvania.
412-342-8972

Young Preservationists Association of Pittsburgh

Rhode Island

Resource No. 450

Preserve Rhode Island

Providence, Rhode Island

401 272 5101

Preserve Rhode Island

South Carolina

Resource No. 452

Hampton Heights Neighborhood Association

Spartanburg, South Carolina

Hampton Heights Neighborhood Association

South Dakota

Resource No. 403

South Dakota State Historical Society

Pierre, South Dakota

605-773-3458

South Dakota State Historical Society

Tennessee

Resource No. 455

Tennessee Historical Commission

Nashville, Tennessee

The Tennessee Historical Commission is the State Historic Preservation Office for Tennessee. Its mission is to protect, preserve, interpret, maintain, and administer historic places; to encourage the inclusive diverse study of Tennessee's history for the benefit of future generations; to mark important locations, persons, and events in Tennessee history; to assist in worthy publication projects; to review, comment on and identify projects that will potentially impact historic properties; to locate, identify, record, and nominate to the National Register of Historic Places all properties which meet National Register criteria, and to implement other programs of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 as amended. The Tennessee Historical Commission is an independent state agency, attached to the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for purposes of administration.
888-891-8332

Tennessee Historical Commission

Texas

Resource No. 456

Texas Historical Commission

Austin, Texas

The Texas Historical Commission (THC) is the state agency for historic preservation. We save the real places that tell the real stories of Texas.
512.463.6100

Texas Historical Commission

Resource No. 457

Greater Houston Preservation Alliance

Houston, Texas

Greater Houston Preservation Alliance (GHPA) promotes the preservation and appreciation of Houston's architectural and cultural historic resources through education, advocacy and committed action, thereby creating economic value, developing a stronger sense of community, and improving the quality of life for all Houstonians.
713-510-3990

Greater Houston Preservation Alliance

Resource No. 458

Historic Houston

Houston, Texas

Historic Houston is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit dedicated to preservation and conservation of Houston's architecture and architectural resources through research, education, and advocacy for sustainable design. Historic Houston operates a salvage warehouse open to the public to facilitate the renovation and restoration of historic structures and has moved 24 historic homes to prevent demolition.
713-522-0542

Historic Houston

Utah

Resource No. 461

Utah State Historical Society

Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah State History’s mission is to preserve and share the past for a better present and future. As a state agency, we provide services, technical assistance, and information to many different businesses, industries, agencies, and individuals.
801-245-7225

Utah State Historical Society

Vermont

Resource No. 463

The Preservation Trust of Vermont

Burlington, Vermont

The Preservation Trust of Vermont is a charitable, nonprofit organization founded in 1980 to initiate, stimulate and assist local and statewide efforts to preserve and use Vermont's rich collection of historic, architectural cultural and community resources.
802-658-6647

The Preservation Trust of Vermont

Resource No. 462

Vermont Division for Historic Preservation

Montpelier, Vermont

The Vermont Division for Historic Preservation keeps hundreds of years of history alive and vital, engaging people of all walks in Vermont’s past through collecting, preserving and discovering a shared priority and value for the human spirit that preceded us.
802-828-3211

Vermont Division for Historic Preservation

Virginia

Resource No. 465

APVA Preservation Virginia

Richmond, Virginia

Through the Historic Property Revolving Fund, the APVA Preservation Virginia helps protect and preserve publicly significant historic properties in Virginia by using options to purchase, direct acquisition, or deed of gift to acquire threatened or endangered properties.
804-648-1889

APVA Preservation Virginia

Resource No. 464

Virginia Department of Historic Resources

Richmond, Virginia

The Virginia Department of Historic Resources is the State Historic Preservation Office. Our mission is to foster, encourage, and support the stewardship of Virginia's significant historic architectural, archaeological, and cultural resources.
804-482-6446 or 804-367-2323

Virginia Department of Historic Resources

Washington

Resource No. 466

Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation

Olympia, Washington

The Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation is Washington State's primary agency with knowledge and expertise in historic preservation. We advocate for the preservation of Washington's irreplaceable historic and cultural resources—significant buildings, structures, sites, objects, and districts—as assets for the future.
360-586-3065

Washington Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation

West Virginia

Resource No. 467

Preservation Alliance of West Virginia

Elkins, West Virginia

Preservation Alliance of WV is the grassroots, statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to the support and promotion of historic preservation through direct assistance, education, advocacy, and heritage tourism.
304-345-6005

Preservation Alliance of West Virginia

Wisconsin

Resource No. 471

The Wisconsin Historical Society

Wisconsin

608-264-6400

The Wisconsin Historical Society

Resource No. 470

Watertown Historical Society

Watertown, Wisconsin

920-261-2796

Watertown Historical Society

Wyoming

Resource No. 469

Alliance for Historic Wyoming

Laramie, Wyoming

The Alliance for Historic Wyoming is Wyoming's only active statewide historic preservation nonprofit. A 501(c)(3), AHW is dedicated to protecting Wyoming's historic and cultural resources in both the built and natural environments.
307-333-3508

Alliance for Historic Wyoming