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The Governor's Advisory Committee on
Maritime Archaeology was established by the
Governor in 1988. The Committee advises the
State and the Maryland Historical Trust, the agency
charged with developing the Maryland Maritime
Archaeology Program, in matters of policy and
implementation of regulations to administer the
Submerged Archaeological Historic Properties Act.
Members indudc representatives from State
government agencies, out of state underwater ar-
chaeologists, and members of other groups inter-
ested in submerged cultural resources.

Orlando Ridout V, Chief

100 Community Place
Crownsville, MD 21032 514-7600

The Office of Research, Survey, and Registration
was created in 1989 to direct the Division's histori-
cal, architectural and archeological research. The
Office is organized into three units: Survey and
Research, Evaluation and Registration, and Infor-
mation Management and Library Services.
The Survey and Research Unit maintains the
historical and archeological components of the
Maryland Inventory of Historic Properties; helps
design and implement local survey projects; and
provides inventory data for the Office and local
government planners.
The Evaluation and Registration Unit conducts
historic resource registration programs, including
the Maryland Register of Historic Properties and
the National Register of Historic Places; staffs the
Maryland Historic Markers Program and Fund; and
provides technical assistance to the Governor's
Commission on Maryland Military Monuments.
The Information Management and Library Ser-
vices Unit consolidates separate libraries and the
information and records management programs ad-
ministered by previously separate units. The Unit
carries out Division computerization and a long-
term program for microfilming and electronic
storage of archival and record materials.


Edward C. Papenfuse, Ph.D., Chairperson, 1990

Appointed by Governor: William J. Murtagh, 1989;
Robert M. Vogel, 1989; Nancy Miller Schamu,
1990; Michael F. Trostel, A.I.A., 1990; Mark P.
Leone, Ph.D.


The Governor formed this committee in 1967
to carry out terms of the National Historic Preser-
vation Act of 1966 (PL. 89-665). The law requires

the State to nominate properties for the National
Register of Historic Places. These nominations
must be reviewed by the Consulting Committee
before they are submitted to the National Park
Service, U.S. Department of the Interior.

William J. Pencek, Jr., Chief

100 Community Place
Crownsville, MD 21032 514-7600

The Office of Preservation Services was estab-
lished in 1989. The Office administers a variety of
programs to protect and enhance historic, ar-
cheological and cultural properties throughout
The Review and Compliance Unit conducts
State and federally mandated regulatory reviews to
protect and enhance heritage resources. The Unit
also reviews and processes applications for the State
historic preservation income tax (502H) program
and the federal income tax credit program for
rehabilitation of historic buildings.
The Financial Assistance and Easements Unit
administers the State Historic Preservation Grant
and Loan programs, as well as State and federal
historic preservation easement programs. Through
a variety of training programs, the Unit also
provides technical advice and assistance on
rehabilitation to local government planners, preser-
vation commissions, and the public.


Chairperson: Jacqueline H. Rogers, Secretary of
Housing & Community Development

Appointed by Governor: Phoebe B. Stanton,
1988; Henry R. Lord, 1990; one vacancy.

Exofficio: Martin W. Walsh, Jr., Secretary of General
Services; 0. James Lighthizer, Secretary of
Transportation; Ronald M. Kreitner, Director of


The Maryland Advisory Council on Historic
Preservation was created in 1985 (Chapter 500,
Acts of 1985). The Council is a dispute resolution
body It meets only when the Maryland Historical
Trust and another Scare unit disagree on how to
avoid or minimize adverse effects from State-as-
sisted undertakings on properties listed in or eligible
for listing on the National Register of Historic
Comments of the Council are advisory and final
decisions regarding aftected proiects rest with the
cognizant agency head. State agencies also may seek
the advice of the Council in similar cases involving


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