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Lincoln Cottage Restored with Help From Save America's Treasures

One of the most significant, but little remembered places in the presidency of Abraham Lincoln has been restored with an award from Save America's Treasures and through the efforts of its private partner the National Trust for Historic Preservation. For more than 140 years the Lincoln Cottage, ... Read More »

President Obama Appoints Additional Members to Serve on the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities

President Barack Obama appointed an additional six private members to the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities (PCAH), joining the twenty-five private members who were appointed earlier. The new members will be sworn in at a ceremony at the Supreme Court on February 24. The ... Read More »

Save America's Treasures and the Berkshire Revival

In the Berkshires, there is music to listen to, art to buy, dance to enjoy, rivers to kayak and plays to attend. If none of this interests you then there are restaurants, spas and cabins in the woods to retreat to as well. Since the last decades of the19th century when some of the country's ... Read More »

Save America's Treasures Celebrates Historic Preservation Month with an Awareness Campaign

Save America's Treasures Celebrates Historic Preservation Month with an Awareness Campaign
During the first week in May, the US travel industry celebrated its contributions to American life with National Tourism Week. Overlapping this celebration is Historic Preservation Month, which showcases the role of preservation in livable communities. Among the key constituencies in both ... Read More »

U.S. Cultural & Heritage Tourism Summit (2005)

On the tenth anniversary of the White House Conference on Travel & Tourism, the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities (PCAH) and the U.S. Department of Commerce invited leaders from government, tourism, the arts and humanities to examine a decade of success in a relatively new ... Read More »