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									Federal Historic Preservation Laws

The Official Compilation of
U.S. Cultural Heritage Statutes

2006 Edition




Cultural Resources
National Park Service
U.S. Department of the Interior

Washington, DC
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                         Federal Historic Preservation Laws, 2006 Edition as the National Park Service’s official guide to Federal statutes that
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National Park Service Mission Statement. The National Park Service preserves unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values
of the national park system for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The Park Service cooperates with
partners to extend the benefits of natural and cultural resource conservation and outdoor recreation throughout this country and the world.

Cover photo: The Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) photographed this 15th Street entrance to the Commerce Department building
in Washington, DC, as part of a larger effort to document the highlights of the Federal Triangle grouping. The Historic American Buildings
Survey was authorized by the Historic Sites Act of 1935, which directed the Secretary of the Interior to “secure, collate, and preserve
drawings, plans, photographs, and other data of historic and archaeological sites, buildings, and objects.” Photo by Jack E. Boucher, courtesy
of the Historic American Buildings Survey.

Inside covers: The metal door leaves of the Justice Department building were photographed by the Historic American Buildings Survey.
Photo by Jack E. Boucher, courtesy of the Historic American Buildings Survey.

This publication is produced under a cooperative agreement between the National Park Service and the National Conference of State
Historic Preservation Officers.

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LAWS LISTED CHRONOLOGICALLY


                    Introduction ..................................................................................... 1
                    Antiquities Act ................................................................................. 5
                    National Park Service Organic Act, Section 1,
                    NPS Mission .................................................................................... 7
                    National Park Service Organic Act, Section 8,
                    Reports on Threatened Landmarks and New
                    Area Studies ..................................................................................... 8
                    Historic Sites Act ........................................................................... 12
                    Federal Property and Administrative Services Act ...................20
                    National Trust for Historic Preservation,
                    Creation and Purpose................................................................... 25
                    Archeological and Historic Preservation Act ............................29
                    National Historic Preservation Act ............................................ 35
                    Department of Transportation Act,
                    Declaration of Purpose and Section 4(f) .................................100
                    National Environmental Policy Act ...........................................101
                    National Marine Sanctuaries Act .............................................. 105
                    Coastal Zone Management Act ..................................................118
                    Department of Transportation Act, Section 4(i),
                    as created by the Amtrak Improvement Act ............................ 132
                    Mining in the National Parks Act, Section 9 ........................... 137
                    Public Buildings Cooperative Use Act ..................................... 138
                    American Indian Religious Freedom Act................................. 139
                    Archaeological Resources Protection Act ............................... 140
                    Internal Revenue Code, Section 170(h),
                    Qualified Conservation Contributions .................................... 153
                    Abandoned Shipwreck Act ........................................................ 155
                    Internal Revenue Code, Section 47, Rehabilitation Credit ... 159
                    Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act ... 167
                    Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act
                    (ISTEA) ........................................................................................ 184



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                       American Battlefield Protection Act......................................... 188
                       Sunken Military Craft Act ...........................................................191
                       Appendix, Selected Regulations from the Code of Federal
                       Regulations (CFR), Selected Executive Orders (EO),
                       and Selected Standards .............................................................. 198
                       Index ............................................................................................. 201




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