Page 1: Workshop 6 Overview
Page 2: Where do I get the NHL Nomination form and how should it be formatted?
Page 3: How do I fill out Sections 1-6?
Page 4: Do I need to include the architectural history of my property even if I am not doing Criterion 4?
Page 5: How do I describe the architecture in Section 7?
Page 6: How do I describe my archeological property? Writing Section 7
Page 7: Do I need to discuss archeology if I am not using Criterion 6?
How do I describe my archeological property in Section 7 if I am using Criterion 6?
Page 9: What factors should I include when discussing my property's national significance?
Page 10: Why is my property so historically important? Writing Section 8
Page 11: Why is my property so important archeologically? Writing Section 8 for Archeological Properties
Page 12: What do I do if my property is one of those requiring special consideration?
What citation method should I use for my footnotes?
Page 14: What citation method should I use for my bibliography?
Page 15: Where do my photographs go?
Page 16: Where do my maps and site plan go?
Page 17: Checklist
photograph by James Loesch via Flickr
Albert Einstein House, NJ: From 1936 until his death, this was the home of Albert Einstein (1879-1955). A German-born theoretical physicist and Nobel Prize winner (1921), Einstein fled to the United States in the wake of persecution by the Nazis. Einstein is best remembered for the special theory of relativity, the general theory of relativity, and unified field theory.