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  • Cape Flattery Lighthouse – A National Treasure National Tribal Preservation Conference – Suquamish Tribe of WA

    September 10 -14, 2018 JANINE LEDFORD, MAKAH THPO & BETSY MERRITT, NTHP GENERAL COUNSEL

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    Cape Flattery Lighthouse

    • Constructed 1857 • NRHP listed 1972 • Lighthouse, Fog Signal

    Building and shed remain

    • Decommissioned 2009

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    A privately-funded non-profit member organization (chartered by Congress in 1949)

    Mission: provide leadership, education, and advocacy to save America’s diverse historic places and revitalize our communities

    National Treasure campaigns: With the support of local preservationists and preservation professionals, we identify endangered National Treasures and take action to save them

    www.savingplaces.org

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    August 2015: NTHP visit to Neah Bay

    • Meeting with Tribal Council

    • Conduct site visit with THPO

    • Collaborate on next steps

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    Spring/Summer 2016: Memorandum of Understanding

    • Provided for designation as a Treasure • Established roles and responsibilities • Identified key objectives • Asserted mutual collaboration • Sovereignty provision

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    Fall 2016: Site Study • NTHP funded

    • Evaluation by Seattle based Structural Engineer and Preservation Architect

    • USCG supported visit with THPO staff

    • Emergency Repair memo

    • Site Study (Feb 2017)

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    August 2016: Treasure Announcement

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    September 2016: Meeting with Governor

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    Ongoing: Preservation Plan

    • Makah THPO initiated • NPS funded • NTHP supported • Public engagement • Future use

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    Ongoing: Collaboration with USCG

    • May 2018 - Meeting with THPO, NTHP, USCG

    • June 2018 - USCG site visit and repairs

    • Fall 2018 - Follow up site visit and repairs?

  • Questions?

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