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CRDIP | Opening the Meriam House

CRDIP | Opening the Meriam House

Opening the Meriam House Written by: Eva Parra   Opening the Meriam House was my main project at Minute Man National Historical Park. I started off, and never really stopped researching the structure. It felt like every day a visitor would ask a question that...

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September 24 is National Public Lands Day

September 24 is National Public Lands Day

Here at ACE, there is nothing more deeply connected to the core of our organization than caring for and conserving public land. National Public Lands Day is a known as a "fee-free day" -- when forests, parks, refuges, and rangelands across the US offer free admission...

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CRDIP | Inventory Adventures

CRDIP | Inventory Adventures

Inventory Adventures Written by: Christina DadyEsposito     I was fortunate enough this summer to accompany the curatorial staff here at the Martin Van Buren National Historic Site (MAVA) on two little field trips. Both for inventory purposes. From what I...

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CRDIP | Public History is Messy

CRDIP | Public History is Messy

Public History is Messy Written by: Lucy Oster     My position at Natchez National Historical Park is quickly coming to an end. The speed of the past eleven weeks has been confirmation that the earth really is spinning faster! Although my project encountered...

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CRDIP | Last Week at INDE

CRDIP | Last Week at INDE

Last Week at INDE Written by Jada Yolich     As these are my last few days at Independence (INDE), I want to take a moment to reflect on this summer and all the things I’ve accomplished at the park. I’ve learned so much about CRM (Cultural Resource...

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