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National Park Service – Historically Black Colleges & Universities

This grant program was established to identify and restore historic structures on Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) campuses considered to be the most historically significant and physically threatened. Since 1837, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have served the needs of higher education for the African American community.

National Park Service – Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant

The Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant Program provides financial assistance to organizations and entities working to preserve historic Japanese American confinement sites and their history, including: private nonprofit organizations; educational institutions; state, local, and tribal governments; and other public entities, for the preservation and interpretation of U.S. confinement sites where Japanese Americans were detained during World War II.

National Park Service – Battlefield Preservation Planning Grants

Battlefield preservation planning grants can help preserve any battlefield or associated site on American soil, funding projects that relate to planning, interpreting, and protecting historic battlefields and sites associated with armed conflicts. State, local, and tribal governments, other public entities, educational institutions, and nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply.

National Park Service – Battlefield Interpretation Grants

NPS invites applications for the new Battlefield Interpretation Grant program, created to fund “projects and programs that deploy technology to modernize battlefield interpretation and education” at eligible Revolutionary War, War of 1812, and Civil War battlefield sites (54 USC §3081). Two categories of grants are available.

National Park Service – NAGPRA – Project Grants

Consultation/Documentation grants support the efforts of museums, Indian Tribes and Native Hawaiian organizations to consult and document NAGPRA-related human remains and cultural items in non-federal collections.

National Park Service – Historic Preservation Fund – Underrepresented Community Grants

National Park Service’s Underrepresented Community Grant Program (URC) works towards diversifying the nominations submitted to the National Register of Historic Places. URC grants are funded by the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF), and are administered by the NPS. Projects include surveys and inventories of historic properties associated with communities underrepresented in the National Register, as well as the development of nominations to the National Register for specific sites.

National Historical Publications and Records Commission – Archives Collaboratives

The NHPRC seeks projects that will make collections from small and under-represented archives more readily available for public discovery and use. The grant program will fund Archives Collaboratives to share best practices, tools, and techniques; assess institutional strengths and opportunities; and promote management structures for long-term sustainability and growth.

The Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) – Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services Program

The goal of the Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services (NANH) grant program is to support Indian tribes and organizations that primarily serve and represent Native Hawaiians in sustaining heritage, culture, and knowledge through exhibitions, educational services and programming, workforce professional development, organizational capacity building, and collections stewardship.

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