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Architectural History and Archaeological Consultants Lists.

Archaeological Consultants List

The NH Division of Historical Resources (DHR) maintains a list of qualified archaeologists who are actively working in NH for project proponents who require professional archaeological services. This list is provided as a service to the public and is published with the understanding that the DHR does not recommend, endorse, or assume responsibility for the quality of work of any individual or firm on this list. Project proponents should perform due diligence by checking credentials and obtaining multiple bids when hiring a consultant. Consultants are added to the list at their request if they meet the qualifications under 36CFR61, the Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualification Standard for Archaeology and meet DHR's additional qualifications.

Firms are identified as meeting qualifications for pre-contact, post-contact and/or underwater archaeological services. The list is arranged alphabetically by firm or by last name of individual if there is no firm name given.

Archaeologists wishing to be included on this consultants list should review the Consultant Listing Policy.  If qualifications are met, send a CV to Tanya Krajcik for review.


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Architectural History Consultants List

This list has been prepared as an aid for those who may require the consulting services of an architectural historian. It is not an endorsement of those listed, and it is not intended to limit a client's choice. The New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources/State Historic Preservation Office lists consultants at their requests. Architectural historians wishing to be included on this consultants list should complete our Application Form and mail it to:

NH Division of Historical Resources
Attn: State Survey Coordinator
172 Pembroke Rd.
Concord, NH 03301

The consultants on this list are 36CFR61 qualified architectural historians. The categories of services these consultants can provide for the DHR's federal and state preservation programs are listed beside their names. For information on additional preservation services, please check with the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance.

Resumes and references are available at the DHR office for all consultants on this list, but the DHR is not responsible for a consultant's scope of work or performance. Names appear alphabetically.