The Internet can be a great resource for those looking for more information about historic preservation, whether researching their historic house, seeking assistance with a neighborhood initiative, or looking to get involved in state or nationwide programs. The following links represent some of the most established assistance programs and advocacy groups. Remember that your local historic commission can be an invaluable resource and a gateway to the rest of the preservation community.
  Historic Homes
  National Trust for Historic Preservation - Historic Home
  "For millions of Americans, preservation begins at home. The country has more than 30 million housing units built before 1950, allowing people everywhere to enjoy historic homes and neighborhoods. Recognizing and protecting these houses and apartments improves our communities and preserves our heritage."
  City of Boston Historic Homeworks
  "Sponsored by the City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development (DND), Boston's Historic HomeWorks provides grants to help Boston homeowners make historically appropriate exterior repairs/improvements."
  A Field Guide to American Houses by Virginia and Lee McAlester
  "The guide that enables you to identify, and place in their historic and architectural contexts, the houses you see in your neighborhood or in your travels across America. 17th century to the present."
Massachusetts and New England
Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits
Historic Homes
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