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Alaska Historical Commission awards grants

The Alaska Historical Commission awarded nearly $100,000 in grants for 11 projects around the state, at its meeting last week in Juneau.
Alaska Digest

Staff reports from around the state
State of Disrepair

...locomotive repair shop - recently made the Alaska Association for Historic Preservation's list of the state's Ten Most Endangered...Gillette said. "The whole idea of the Alaska Association for Historic Preservation list is to try and call attention with...
Alaska's first ladies gather for documentary

When Alaska became a state more than 45 years ago, keeping house and home at the Governor's Mansion was a work in progress.
Historic site running out of chances

A nearly 100 year-old locomotive repair shop in Juneau is one of the state's top 10 endangered historic sites, according to an announcement by the Alaska Association for Historic Preservation.
Group says St. George building is most endangered; Juneau church makes top 5

...Hall on St. George Island is Alaska's most endangered property. That's the determination of the Alaska Association for Historic Preservation. The organization said it compiles the top 10 list to call attention to threatened properties that...
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in Juneau earns AAHP Ten Most Endangered Grant

The Alaska Association for Historic Preservation recently announced its awards and grant recipients: Lifetime Achievement Award went to Steve Peterson, of Anchorage; the Restoration...
Empire Editorial: Merchant's Wharf will not save itself

The question for Juneau isn't whether to preserve Merchants Wharf; it's how.
Association lists state's most Most Endangered Historic Properties

ANCHORAGE - The Alaska Association for Historic Preservation (AAHP) has listed the state's Most Endangered Historic Properties for 2008. The list is announced each year and is intended to bring public awareness to Alaska's threatened historic properties. Heightened awareness often leads to increased support for the conservation of endangered historic properties, which are assets important to tourism, economic development, and the cultural heritage of Alaska. This year marks the 20th announcement of AAHP's Most Endangered Historic Properties.


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