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RG 050. Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission

 Record Group
Identifier: RG 050
The Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission was created by Rhode Island General Law §42-45-2 in 1968. The Commission is the state office for historic preservation and heritage programs. It is Rhode Island's only statewide historic preservation program, which identifies and protects historic and prehistoric sites, buildings, and districts. The Commission is responsible for conducting a statewide survey of historical sites and buildings; nominating significant properties to the National Register and the State Register of Historic Places; administering programs of financial aid including grants, loans, and tax credits; reviewing federal and state projects to assess their effect on cultural resources; and regulating archaeological exploration on state land and under state territorial waters. The Commission also develops programs to document, support, and celebrate the ethnic and cultural heritage of Rhode Island's people.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Cranston: National Register of Historic Places

 Item — Folder 49. Cranston: National Register of Historic Places, 1984
Identifier: 1636-232
Abstract Includes descriptions of historic districts and historica properties in Cranston that are on the National Register of Historic Places.
Dates: Publication: 1984

"Heritage '76 - Meeting House" Rhode Island Proposals report and photographs

 Item — Folder 26-27. "Heritage '76 - Meeting House" Rhode Island Proposals report and photographs, 1973
Identifier: 1636-1283
Abstract Report and photographs of the “Heritage’76 - Meeting House” Rhode Island Proposal
Dates: 1973

John Spaulding House

 File — Folder 14 John Spaulding House, 1976
Identifier: 1636-4024
Scope and Contents Includes National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form (copy), Clippings and photographs.
Dates: 1976