February 2009

 


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Congressman John Fleming visits NCPTT:

Congressman John Fleming visits NCPTT

by on Feb 26, 2009
In News
Turning the Wheel, or What Preserve America and Drugs Have in Common…:

Turning the Wheel, or What Preserve America and Drugs Have in Common…

by on Feb 24, 2009
In Archeology & Collections
Preservation + Sustainability: Perfect Together:

Preservation + Sustainability: Perfect Together

by on Feb 20, 2009
In Architecture & Engineering, Events, News
Sadiee Watson Newell to be honored at US/ICOMOS:

Sadiee Watson Newell to be honored at US/ICOMOS

by on Feb 20, 2009
In Events, News
A Flea among Elephants: Surveillance & Preserve America:

A Flea among Elephants: Surveillance & Preserve America

by on Feb 19, 2009
In Archeology & Collections
Cane River National Heritage Area Commission Releases 2009 Grant Application:

Cane River National Heritage Area Commission Releases 2009 Grant Application

by on Feb 19, 2009
In Grants, News
‘Make it Better than it Was’: Poor Design and New Problems in Cemetery Restoration:

‘Make it Better than it Was’: Poor Design and New Problems in Cemetery Restoration

by on Feb 16, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
Reverend Nathaniel Chauncey, Jr. Crypt, Old Burying Ground, Durham, Connecticut:

Reverend Nathaniel Chauncey, Jr. Crypt, Old Burying Ground, Durham, Connecticut

by on Feb 16, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
(Re) removal and (Re) relocation of gravestones: First (Scots) Presbyterian Church, Charleston, South Carolina:

(Re) removal and (Re) relocation of gravestones: First (Scots) Presbyterian Church, Charleston, South Carolina

by on Feb 16, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation, News
Pacific Northwest Preservation Field School:

Pacific Northwest Preservation Field School

by on Feb 16, 2009
In Events, News, Training
Eddy Current Metal Testing in Conservation Workshop:

Eddy Current Metal Testing in Conservation Workshop

by on Feb 13, 2009
In Events, Materials Conservation, News, Training
APT Los Angeles 2009 Call for Papers Now Available:

APT Los Angeles 2009 Call for Papers Now Available

by on Feb 13, 2009
In Events, News
Up To $10,000 Available in Save Our History Grants:

Up To $10,000 Available in Save Our History Grants

by on Feb 10, 2009
In Grants, News
Non-destructive testing to be the topic of session meeting, keynote address:

Non-destructive testing to be the topic of session meeting, keynote address

by on Feb 10, 2009
In Materials Conservation, News
Dynamics of Participatory Conservation:  The Kamehameha I Sculpture Project:

Dynamics of Participatory Conservation: The Kamehameha I Sculpture Project

by on Feb 09, 2009
In Grants, Materials Conservation, News
Entry Level Landscape Management and Preservation Training (Podcast 2):

Entry Level Landscape Management and Preservation Training (Podcast 2)

by on Feb 06, 2009
In Historic Landscapes, Podcasts
The Other White “Paint”:

The Other White “Paint”

by on Feb 05, 2009
In Architecture & Engineering, Materials Conservation
Webinar trains Vanishing Treasures Personnel in  high definition technology for archeology:

Webinar trains Vanishing Treasures Personnel in high definition technology for archeology

by on Feb 04, 2009
In Archeology & Collections, News, Training
Mechanical Anchor Strength in Stone Masonry (2008-05):

Mechanical Anchor Strength in Stone Masonry (2008-05)

by on Feb 03, 2009
In Architecture & Engineering, Grants, Product Catalog, Reports
The Evolution of Government Headstones and Markers:

The Evolution of Government Headstones and Markers

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
Comparative Study of Commercially Available Cleaners for Use on Federally-issued Headstones:

Comparative Study of Commercially Available Cleaners for Use on Federally-issued Headstones

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
Piece by Piece: The Restoration of Battleground National Cemetery:

Piece by Piece: The Restoration of Battleground National Cemetery

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
What is historic? Issues at Poplar Grove National Cemetery:

What is historic? Issues at Poplar Grove National Cemetery

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
National Cemeteries: Post-Civil War Landscapes in Transition:

National Cemeteries: Post-Civil War Landscapes in Transition

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
GIS Tools for the Cultural Resource Management of Cemeteries:

GIS Tools for the Cultural Resource Management of Cemeteries

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
African American Material Culture in Cemetery Trees:

African American Material Culture in Cemetery Trees

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
Mount Auburn:

Mount Auburn

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
Case study of the restoration of the Monument at Massacre Bay, A’asu, Tutuila, American Samoa:

Case study of the restoration of the Monument at Massacre Bay, A’asu, Tutuila, American Samoa

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
Balancing Cultural Considerations and Preservation Priorities at a Historic African American Cemetery:

Balancing Cultural Considerations and Preservation Priorities at a Historic African American Cemetery

by on Feb 02, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Materials Conservation
2009 Summer Internships available through CRDIP:

2009 Summer Internships available through CRDIP

by on Feb 02, 2009
In News
Smithsonian workshop to feature NCPTT research:

Smithsonian workshop to feature NCPTT research

by on Feb 01, 2009
In Cemetery Conservation, Events, News, Training


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