NATIONAL HERITAGE AREAS

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  1. Tennessee Civil War National Heritage Area - Federal/state/local partnership to preserve and interpret the stories, effects, and legacies of the Civil War and Reconstruction. Narratives, information about battlefields and other sites, and links to other resources.
  2. Wheeling National Heritage Area - Preserves and celebrates the city's setting, resources, and history. Area plan and images of historic buildings.
  3. Freedom's Way National Heritage Area - Geographic region comprised of the central Massachusetts uplands and river valleys, and six New Hampshire towns.
  4. Blue Ridge National Heritage Area - Designated by Congress in 2003, the project celebrates the cultural history of the state's mountain area. Features regional crafts, music and agriculture plus national treasures.
  5. The Oil Region Alliance - Lead economic development agency for Pennsylvania's historic Oil Region. The ORA is also the official tourist promotion agency serving the Region, as well as the administrator for the Oil Region National Heritage Area. Includes information on economic development, tourism, history, members, staff and news.
  6. Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area - Committed to preserving, interpreting, and managing the historic, cultural, and natural resources related to Big Steel and its related industries. Newsletters and historical information.
  7. Silos and Smokestacks National Heritage Area - Non-profit organization created to support development of regional heritage tourism and share the story of American agriculture. Includes details of sites and points of interest, events, brochure request, maps, links and contact information.
  8. Santa Cruz Valley Heritage Alliance - Partnership working to designate Santa Cruz Valley as a national heritage area. Details the area's natural history, provides calendar of annual events, and links to the feasibility study and related sites.


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    National Heritage Area


    Map of National Heritage Areas in US.

    A National Heritage Area is a site designated by United States and intended to encourage historic preservation of the area and an appreciation of the history and heritage of the site. There are currently 49 National Heritage Areas, some of which use variations of the title, such as National Heritage Corridor.[1]

    National Heritage Areas (NHA) are not National Park Service units nor any type of federally owned or managed land. National Heritage Areas are administered by state governments or non-profit organizations or other private corporations. The National Park Service provides an advisory role and limited technical, planning and financial assistance.

    NHAs are created by Congress. Each area has its own authorizing legislation and a set of unique resources and goals. Areas are considered for designation, have specific elements. First, the landscape must be a nationally unique natural, cultural, historic, or scenic resource. Second, when the related sites are linked, they tell a unique story about the U.S.[2]


    National Heritage Areas List of National Heritage Areas


    There are 49 National Heritage Areas:


    National Heritage Areas See also



    National Heritage Areas References


    1. ^ "National Heritage Areas Contact Information". National Park Service. November 2010.  (which serves as an official list of all 49 National Heritage Areas)
    2. ^ NPS FAQ

    National Heritage Areas External links




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