Join us and guest speaker Tim Anderson on October 17, 2019 at 5:30 PM, at the Southeast Ohio History Center.
The presentation will include an overview of the National Register for Historic Places, and will provide information on the nomination procedure and the various steps in the process, requirements for nomination, and the state and federal rules and regulations involved.
Dr. Timothy G. Anderson is Associate Professor and Graduate Chair in the Department of Geography at Ohio University where he has taught courses in cultural and historical geography since 1996. His research interests focus on the historical settlement geography of the United States, especially the production of regional and ethnic cultural landscapes, and the production of cultural landscapes associated with Germanic diasporic movements and communities. His most recent research involves a book project with Notre Dame University Press on the historical settlement geography of Ohio in the first half of the nineteenth century, which focuses on the production of the state’s regional cultural landscapes resulting from the migration of five different population groups during the Early National period.