Introduction to Historical Resources and Section 106. Division of Historical Resources (DHR) NH Department of Cultural Resources State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO). The Role of DHR in Federal Regulations.
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Division of Historical Resources (DHR)
NH Department of Cultural Resources
State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)
7. Historic Properties. Any activity authorized by this PGP shall comply with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. Information on the location and existence of historic resources can be obtained from the New Hampshire Historic Preservation Office (See page 18) and the National Register of Historic Places. Project proponents shall apply to the Corps for all projects that would otherwise qualify for a Minimum Impact Project if there is the potential for an effect on a historic property within the permit area or any known historic property that may occur outside the permit area. Historic properties include those that are eligible for inclusion, but not necessarily listed on the National Register. If the permittee, during construction of work authorized herein, encounters a previously unidentified archaeological or other cultural resource within the area subject to Corps jurisdiction that might be eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, he/she shall stop work and immediately notify the Corps and the New Hampshire Historic Preservation Office.
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RSA 227-C for state permitted or funded.
In order for the DHR to uphold our review responsibilities we request that an applicant submit a
Request for Project Review (RPR) Form.
That form and a manual can be found on the Division’s website: