Native American Cultural Resources Protection
The National Trust for Historic Preservation is pleased to highlight efforts across America to work in partnership with Native American communities to protect the cultural resources of Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and other indigenous peoples of the United States and its territories. By honoring and preserving the sacred places, archaeological sites, landscapes and cultural traditions of Native peoples, we enrich our shared understandings of history and connections with place.
Sign up to request Protecting Native American Cultural Resources which will be released shortly by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, made possible by a grant from the Indian Land Tenure Foundation.
TestimonialsRead stories of Native Americans working around the country to protect their cultural resources.
Young Preservationist: Millie Pepion and the Trail of Broken Promises
Our "Young Preservationists" series features students saving places around the country. First up: Millie Pepion.
An Uncertain Future for a Piece of Native American History
The Carlisle Indian School, a significant piece of Native American history, is under threat of demolition.