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    By law, members of the public have a voice when federal actions will affect properties that qualify for the National Register of Historic Places, the nation's official list of historic properties. Protecting Historic Properties: A Citizen's Guide to Section 106 Review is designed to help citizens make their voices heard. The guide covers information including the following:
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    Las reglamentaciones dictadas por el ACHP describen el proceso de revisión según la Sección 106 y especifican las acciones que las agencias federales deben tomar para cumplir con sus obligaciones legales.
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    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) is an independent federal agency with the primary mission to encourage historic preservation in the government and across the nation.
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    The Office of Native American Affairs (ONAA) works with federal agencies, Indian tribes, and Native Hawaiian organizations to address critical consultation issues.
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    To coincide with the 40th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the ACHP developed a newspaper insert that focuses on the importance of historic preservation and the historic preservation infrastructure that was created by the NHPA. The insert was developed in partnership with the History Channel and the Newspaper In Education Institute. It first appeared in the Washington Times.
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    Upon the twentieth anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, the ACHP issued a report on how the national preservation program might be improved. 
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    This illustrated report summarizes the findings of a 1979 ACHP study on the contributions of historic preservation activities to urban revitalization. The data were derived from studying four historic districts - Old Town in Alexandria, Virginia; The Strand in Galveston, Texas; the Savannah Historic District in Georgia; and Pioneer Square in Seattle, Washington. The report summarizes the esthetic, economic, and social benefits of historic preservation in each district.