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The state historic preservation office (SHPO) is a state governmental function created by the United States federal government in 1966 under Section 101 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). The purposes of a SHPO include surveying and recognizing historic properties, reviewing nominations for properties to be included in the National Register of Historic Places, reviewing undertakings for the impact on the properties as well as supporting federal organizations, state and local governments, and private sector. States are responsible for setting up their own SHPO; therefore, each SHPO varies slightly on rules and regulations. To link these differences with the SHPOs, the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers (NCSHPO) was created as a “point of contact” acco

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  • State historic preservation office
  • Oficina de Preservación Histórica del Estado
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  • The state historic preservation office (SHPO) is a state governmental function created by the United States federal government in 1966 under Section 101 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). The purposes of a SHPO include surveying and recognizing historic properties, reviewing nominations for properties to be included in the National Register of Historic Places, reviewing undertakings for the impact on the properties as well as supporting federal organizations, state and local governments, and private sector. States are responsible for setting up their own SHPO; therefore, each SHPO varies slightly on rules and regulations. To link these differences with the SHPOs, the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers (NCSHPO) was created as a “point of contact” acco
  • La Oficina de Preservación Histórica del Estado (en inglés, State Historic Preservation Office, SHPO) fue creada en 1966 bajo la sección 101 de la Ley Nacional de Preservación Histórica de 1966 (NHPA). Los fines de la SHPO son el estudio histórico y el reconocimiento de las propiedades, la revisión de candidaturas para las propiedades que deben incluirse en el Registro Nacional de Lugares Históricos, la revisión de empresas para los efectos sobre las propiedades, así como el apoyo a las organizaciones federales y estatales, a los gobiernos locales y al sector privado. Los estados son responsables de crear su propia SHPO, aunque los SHPO estatales tiene una regulación propia según las leyes de cada estado. Para enlazar estas diferencias con los SHPO, la Conferencia Nacional de Oficiales de
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  • La Oficina de Preservación Histórica del Estado (en inglés, State Historic Preservation Office, SHPO) fue creada en 1966 bajo la sección 101 de la Ley Nacional de Preservación Histórica de 1966 (NHPA). Los fines de la SHPO son el estudio histórico y el reconocimiento de las propiedades, la revisión de candidaturas para las propiedades que deben incluirse en el Registro Nacional de Lugares Históricos, la revisión de empresas para los efectos sobre las propiedades, así como el apoyo a las organizaciones federales y estatales, a los gobiernos locales y al sector privado. Los estados son responsables de crear su propia SHPO, aunque los SHPO estatales tiene una regulación propia según las leyes de cada estado. Para enlazar estas diferencias con los SHPO, la Conferencia Nacional de Oficiales de los Estados de la Preservación Histórica (NCSHPO) fue creado como un “punto de contacto” según la Ley Nacional de Preservación Histórica.
  • The state historic preservation office (SHPO) is a state governmental function created by the United States federal government in 1966 under Section 101 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). The purposes of a SHPO include surveying and recognizing historic properties, reviewing nominations for properties to be included in the National Register of Historic Places, reviewing undertakings for the impact on the properties as well as supporting federal organizations, state and local governments, and private sector. States are responsible for setting up their own SHPO; therefore, each SHPO varies slightly on rules and regulations. To link these differences with the SHPOs, the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers (NCSHPO) was created as a “point of contact” according to the National Historic Preservation Act.
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