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New York's historic structures have weathered many storms, but when a natural disaster like Hurricane Sandy comes along (October, 2012) they require special treatment and timely care to survive. The Preservation League has compiled a list of resources that can help you ensure the future of your historic building when disaster strikes. Please contact us at 518-462-5658 x13 for additional assistance with disaster recovery.

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Treatment of Flood-Damaged Older and Historic Buildings

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Natural Disasters: Preparedness, Planning and Response

National Trust for Historic Preservation

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National Center for Preservation Technology & Training: Disaster Preparedness and Recovery

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Federal Financial Assistance for Historic Preservation Projects – Disaster Response (2005)

Potential Sources of Funding

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FEMA's Environmental Planning and Historic Preservation (EHP) Program

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After the Flood:
Emergency Stabilization and Conservation Measures
(1995)

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Heritage Preservation: Resources for Response and Recovery

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As the Floodwaters Recede:
A Checklist of Things to Do

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Tips for Drying Out a Water-Damaged Building

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Find a Conservator

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