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Organizing a Publicity Event, Part 2 of 2

Learn how to plan the details to ensure your historic preservation group's event is a success.

Guide or Instruction

Cemetery Records Research Tips

Learn tips for using cemetery records for family history research.

A potential Wisconsin Historical Marker must meet the criteria for the marker topic and where it will be located.

A great nonprofit board can make the difference between a highly successful organization and one that few people even know about.

Chapter 6: Preservation Commission Budgets and Finances, Page 2 of 3

Your historic preservation group can work with your local government to advocate for a historic preservation ordinance and commission.

Read about techniques to help you develop a well-written historical marker inscription.

When your advocacy group is feeling the pinch of its small labor force, a public relations professional can be a good investment.

See guidelines for planning your rehabilitation project, and organizing the design and construction.

Learn how to identify and repair the decorative glass in your historic building.

The core responsibility of your nonprofit board is to work together as a group to govern your organization.

See helpful tips for hiring professionals to advise you on the condition of your building.

By using a committee governance structure, your nonprofit board can divide up its work into more manageable tasks.

Questions to Get You Started

Use these questions to develop a well-documented, comprehensive text for your marker inscription.

The duties of nonprofit board officers generally break down into three roles: president or chair, vice president or vice chair, and treasurer.

Government Relations for Historic Preservation Advocates, Part 1 of 2

Your historic preservation advocacy group can accomplish great things by building a good relationship with government officials.

Every time your nonprofit organization applies for a grant, a project budget will be an essential component of your application.

Make the most of your meeting with an elected official or political staffer by takinge the right actions before, during, and after the meeting.

Social media has become so common that your historic preservation organization may appear out of touch if you do not use it in your operations.

To avoid losing your community's historic resources during a disaster, you must prepare in advance and act quickly as the disaster unfolds.
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