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National Register of Historic Places

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Is my property eligible for listing? How can I list my property?

Anyone can nominate a historic property to the National Register of Historic Places. Follow the five-step process outlined here.

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What does listing a property mean?

Listing a property on the National Register of Historic Places honors the history of a significant site. It does not infringe on the rights of private property owners.

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What properties in North Dakota are listed in the National Register?

The National Park Service maintains the National Register of Historic Places database.

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