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September 19, 2012

Roseland Cottage hemlocks undergo air treatment

Two historic hemlocks at Roseland Cottage received air spading treatment to help resolve health decline from compaction. read more...

September 4, 2012

Fence repair latest in preservation projects at Langdon House

Vandalism to the historic fence changed the scope of work from cleaning to a repair project. read more...

August 31, 2012

Developing digital floor plans for southern Maine properties

Floor plans and three-dimensional framing plans are available for several properties in southern Maine. read more...

August 3, 2012

Historic New England protects private house in Dartmouth, Mass.

The Russell-Ekstrom House in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, is the most recent historic property protected through a preservation easement held by Historic New England in its Stewardship Easement Program. read more...

July 24, 2012

Browne House roof replacement is complete

Browne House (c. 1698) in Watertown, Massachusetts, is the recipient of a new wood shingle roof. read more...

July 9, 2012

Historic New England investigates structural stability of Sayward-Wheeler House

Carpenters reveal the framing of the Sayward-Wheeler House as part of a structural investigation. read more...

June 22, 2012

New white papers share tips for working with consultants

Historic New England recently published new white papers on working with consultants on such topics as structural engineering, archaeology, and paint analysis. read more...

June 4, 2012

Liberated Victorian azaleas put on a show

Historic azaleas from the late nineteenth century bloom once again at the Lyman Estate. read more...

May 11, 2012

Carpenters install ultraviolet film at Historic New England properties

UV film can help protect both the collections from the harmful rays of the sun and protect the building from inadvertent damage. read more...

May 7, 2012

Wolf's head returns to Beauport

After careful consideration of conservation versus replication, the wolf's head is back. read more...