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What is a Tribal Historic Preservation Officer?
In accordance
with the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), a Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO) is the designated tribal preservation official of a federally recognized Indian Tribe. A THPO is responsible for the administration of any or all of the functions of a State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) with respect to tribal land.

 

THPO
Nisqually Indian Tribe
4820 She-Nah-Num Dr. SE
Olympia, WA  98513-9105
(360) 456-5221

 

Annette "Nettsie" Bullchild
bullchild.annette@nisqually-nsn.gov
(360) 456-5221 ext. 1106

Brad Beach
beach.brad@nisqually-nsn.gov
(360) 456-5221 ext. 1277


Jeremy Perkuhn  
badoldman.jp@nisqually-nsn.gov  
(360) 456-5221 ext. 1274

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