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CULTURAL RESOURCES reveal every aspect of our country’s origins and development - our land, houses, workplaces, roadways, waterways, and places of worship. They are non-renewable. Historic properties and archaeological resources face many dangers including vandalism, urban sprawl, construction, and farming. We must protect and care for those that remain. Do your part. Respect, protect, and learn more about cultural resources in your area. Remember, cultural resources once lost can never be replaced.

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Historic Bridges Minnesota Archaeology

Explore some of the unique bridges listed on the National Register of Historic Places throughout Minnesota.

Learn about the survey and mitigation process that helped archaeologists identify the East Terrace Site.

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The 'Preserving Minnesota's Cultural Resources' web site is jointly sponsored by the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) of the Minnesota Historical Society, the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) under Agreement No. 75077.

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