A Comprehensive Guide for Listing a Building in the National Register of Historic Places
A step-by-step guide to completing an application for listing a building in the National Register of Historical Places (NRHP), offering advice on qualifications, researching the history of a house, and common problems. Includes listings of state historic offices and county codes, plus a completed sample application. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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