Save America’s Treasures In the News
Welcome to another edition of Save America’s Treasures In the News, a roundup of SAT projects that have been mentioned in articles and stories online.
Recently, the Aspen Institute Citizenship and American Identity Program created What Every American Should Know, an initiative that asks Americans to answer the question: “What do you think Americans should know to be civically and culturally literate?”
Through a series of blogs, they feature key terms submitted as responses to that question, exploring the context of those terms, and connecting history to modern day. Each of the terms highlighted in this series are significant historical properties and collections that have been preserved by Save America’s Treasures.
To find out more, click on the following links:
Lessons from the Women’s Suffrage Movement
What the Manhattan Project Can Teach Us About Scientific Cooperation
Remembering the Abolitionists Who Made — and Recorded — History
Unlocking the Legacies of Angel Island
Established in 1999, the Save America’s Treasures program is managed by the National Park Service, with the National Endowment Agencies, to preserve and protect nationally significant properties and collections for future generations of Americans. Stories of saving those treasures will be shared through partnership with the American Architectural Foundation.