Learn about Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. When the Act was enacted in 1966, it began a new era in the preservation of America’s historic properties.  Section 106 of the NHPA became a particularly influential piece of the law.  Section 106 is a cornerstone in the ways that the National Park Service protects the historic properties in its care and ensures that all federal agencies make the best decisions possible in protecting our nation’s heritage by considering the effects of their undertakings.

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