Survey & Documentation

Report of the Special Commission to Review Baltimore’s Public Confederate Monuments Released

Excerpt from a City of Baltimore press release: Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced the release of a report on the findings of Baltimore City-owned public Confederate Monuments that lays the groundwork to address the recommendations for their future in the City. The report can be found on the Mayor's website, here. Visit the Commission’s website to [...]

By | September 14th, 2016|Baltimore City, Good News, Landmarks & Designations, Legal Issues, Survey & Documentation|Comments Off on Report of the Special Commission to Review Baltimore’s Public Confederate Monuments Released

In the news: Calvert Countiy HPC Receives Grant for Piscataway Historic Sites

Excerpt from Southern Maryland Online: St. Mary’s College of Maryland in partnership with the Calvert County Historic Preservation Commission recently received funding from the National Park Service’s Underrepresented Communities Grant. The College and CCHPC will work with the Piscataway Conoy Tribe to document seven historically significant Piscataway Indian landscapes in Calvert, Charles, Prince George’s, and [...]

By | February 9th, 2016|Archaeology, Calvert County, Good News, Grants, Survey & Documentation|Comments Off on In the news: Calvert Countiy HPC Receives Grant for Piscataway Historic Sites

In the news: Annapolis HPC to unveil Cultural Landscape Study

Excerpt from the Capital Gazette: Lisa Craig, chief of the city's historic preservation district, talked at length about the plans to unveil phase 1 of the Cultural Landscape Study. This study attempts to catalog and prioritize key historic and cultural aspects of the city, such as the view of the State Capitol dome. The first [...]

By | December 15th, 2015|Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Survey & Documentation|Comments Off on In the news: Annapolis HPC to unveil Cultural Landscape Study

Dec 2: Webinar, GeoMashups, Digital Storytelling, and Community Curated Resource Surveys

Webinar - GeoMashups, Digital Storytelling, and Community Curated Resource Surveys Offered by the California Preservation Foundation Register >> Do you ever visit a nearby area and wonder how you could quickly access digital information on local Landmarks? Do you feel as if your resources and collection are not represented on the internet? Do you want [...]

By | November 11th, 2015|Community Outreach & Education, GIS & Information Technology, Survey & Documentation, Training|Comments Off on Dec 2: Webinar, GeoMashups, Digital Storytelling, and Community Curated Resource Surveys

In the news: City of Frederick HPC recommends designation of four properties

Excerpt from the Frederick-News Post:  The four recommended overlay sites, all in Neighborhood Advisory Council 12, are the first of the 26 identified as potentially eligible for historic designation under the city’s 2010 Comprehensive Plan. The designation committee will continue to submit applications for the remaining properties on that list, apart from a handful that were [...]

By | October 27th, 2015|Frederick City, Good News, Landmarks & Designations, Survey & Documentation|Comments Off on In the news: City of Frederick HPC recommends designation of four properties