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Last remaining log cabin at Fort Apache, conservation completed in 1996. It currently houses the tribe's Enterprise Division and Office of Tourism., January 1999
Completed Project
Apache Tribal Lands, United States

Fort Apache

The 7,500-acre Fort Apache Reservation served as operations base from which the US Army carried out assaults against renegade Apache bands in an effort to settle the West.
2005
Completed Project
Hopi Tribal Land, United States

Tutuveni Petroglyph Site

The Tutuveni Petroglyph site boasts more than 5,000 Hopi clan symbols inscribed during the ceremonial pilgrimage to Ongtupqa, the Hopi the point of their people's emergence into the world.
Taos Pueblo Governor, War Chief, and Council. Taos is governed by a traditional tribal government, 2008
Completed Project
Taos Pueblo, New Mexico, United States

Taos Pueblo

Situated in the sun-baked valley of a Rio Grande tributary and continuously inhabited for 1,000 years, the community and architecture of Taos Pueblo exemplify the enduring spirit of the Pueblo people.
The mission complex of San Esteban del Rey seen from the east, with the church on the left, 2014
The Watch
Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico, United States

San Esteban del Rey Mission

A comprehensive restoration program for the San Esteban del Rey Mission requires investment and remains long overdue.
Window sash repair, June 29, 2009
Completed Project
Newburgh, New York, United States

Dutch Reformed Church

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, New York, sits on a bluff overlooking the Hudson River and is a reminder of the wealth that came early to settlements in New York.
Completed Project
Various Locations

Adobe Missions of New Mexico

The adobe churches of New Mexico were built as part of the Franciscan missionary campaign in the New World.
Work yard, 2006
Completed Project
New Lebanon, New York, United States

Mount Lebanon Shaker Village

At its height in 1860, the Shaker village of Mount Lebanon, New York, spanned some 6,000 acres and contained more than 100 buildings.
Completed Project
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

Edinburgh Historic Graveyards

Five historical burial grounds are scattered around Edinburgh’s city center, oases amid the dense urban surroundings often full of students and tourists.
Completed Project
Bairam Ali, Turkmenistan

Ancient Merv Archaeological Site

The oasis of Merv is strategically sited in the Karakum desert and formed an essential military headquarters and staging post on major east-west trade routes.
View of Tetrapylon, 2010
Active Project
Geyre Beledesi, Turkey

Aphrodisias Archaeological Site

Aphrodisias, named after its patron goddess Aphrodite, was founded in the 2nd century BC on the site of a rural sanctuary of Aphrodite.

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