CCT: Minority and Women's History

Minority and Women's History

The State Historic Preservation Office's sponsored studies of minority and women’s history produce cultural resource surveys and nominations to the National and State Registers of Historic Places that identify and document historic buildings, sites and districts important to the heritage of women and minority communities, including African Americans, Asian Pacific Americans and Pacific Islanders, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans.


SHPO Staff:

A.  Review suggested survey and nomination study topics received from the public;
B.  Recommend new study topics for the Statewide Historic Resource Inventory or the
     National Register of Historic Places as appropriate;
C.  Review final study reports and maintain research files that may be used by the
     scholars, authors and members of the public;
D.  Work with constituent groups to further the preservation and protection of
     historic sites related to minority and women’s history.




For more information, contact
Marena Wisniewski at 860-500-2357 or marena.wisniewski@ct.gov

 





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