A major Winston-Salem property developer is in a stalemate with the city’s historic preservation department.
A preservation organization said the home will get a share of $3 million in grants being distributed to 33 sites and organizations nationwide that are important pieces of African American history.
The damage was limited to the back porch of the historic house, where suffragist Susan B. Anthony lived in the 19th century. The Rochester Fire Department is investigating the source of the blaze.
A trail that plans to recognize the Carolinas' pivotal role in the American Revolution would run through the heart of the Triad.
A partnership between members of the Passamaquoddy tribe and the Library of Congress to transcribe wax cylinder recordings from 1890 is bringing the tribe's language back to life.
Built in 1936, it was one of only a handful of Bay Area projects by the renowned architect Richard Neutra.
A new house tour bypasses Charleston's antebellum mansions and takes visitors directly to the quarters where enslaved people lived and worked.
With VHS tapes degrading, most Americans' home videos from the '80s and '90s won't be viewable in a decade. But there's a grassroots movement to preserve them for posterity.
Historical documents across the country are facing an issue other than age: An effort to preserve them decades ago is hastening the documents' demise.
Retired American diplomat Tess Johnston, 84, made a second career working to preserve the rich colonial architecture of Shanghai.