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The mission of the State Historic Preservation Office is to promote the preservation and enhancement of the cultural resources of the state of Nebraska.

Publications for Download Since the passage of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 the governor of each state has been required to appoint a State Historic Preservation Officer to oversee preservation efforts mandated by the 1966 Act. In Nebraska, the director of the Nebraska State Historical Society serves as State Historic Preservation Officer. The State Historic Preservation Office is a division of the Nebraska State Historical Society.

 

 


CALL FOR PATTERN BOOK HOUSES

Restoration Exchange Omaha and the Preservation Association of Lincoln are sponsoring a search for early twentieth-century houses advertised in a plan book by Omaha architect Everett Dodds.  Examples have been found in both Omaha and Lincoln and more are out there.  Search your neighborhood!  Read more




 

 

 

 

 

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The Nebraska State Historic Preservation Office administers the following programs:

 
SHPO preservation programs in Nebraska are funded, in part, from a grant from the National Park Service.



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