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The 2022 list of America’s Most Endangered Historic Places showcases the country’s diverse yet troubled cultural tapestry


The eleven sites on the 2022 list represent a powerful illustration of expansive American history. The wide range of cultures, histories, and geographies highlighted through the 2022 list help illustrate how telling the full story can help each person see themselves reflected in our country’s multi-layered past.

The 2022 list of America’s Most Endangered Historic Places, compiled by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, includes:

  • Brown Chapel AME Church, Selma, Alabama
  • Camp Naco, Naco, Arizona
  • Chicano/a/x Community Murals of Colorado
  • The Deborah Chapel, Hartford, Connecticut
  • Francisco Q. Sanchez Elementary School, Humåtak, Guam
  • Minidoka National Historic Site, Jerome, Idaho
  • Picture Cave, Warren County, Missouri
  • Brooks-Park Home and Studios, East Hampton, New York
  • Palmer Memorial Institute, Sedalia, North Carolina
  • Olivewood Cemetery, Houston, Texas
  • Jamestown, Virginia

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