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Welcome to History Preservation Inc.

HPI is now on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow on social media to learn about DC history and hear of events at lesser known historic sites around the Metro area. Contact to arrange walking or small group motor tours of DC. Follow the links below for current and recent projects. 

I look forward to helping you with all of your historical matters.


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Staircase at National Museum of African American History and Culture

National Museum of African American History

Now offering individual and group visit options for the NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE (NMAAHC). Use the following link to make a request:



Contact if HPI can help you with an inventory of your private collection, a house history, planning an anniversary commemoration, a self-guided tour of your site, or any other historical needs you may have.


  • SUFFRAGE COLLECTION INVENTORY Browse a sample of the private suffrage collection being inventoried. The project is still in process so check back to see new items as they are uploaded.  


  • MONTROSE AND DUMBARTON OAKS PARKS  Take a self-guided walking tour of Montrose Park in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC. The park celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2011. I am now working with the Dumbarton Oaks Conservancy to create a similar tour for Dumbarton Oaks Park next door.   
  • THE WAR OF 1812 IN THE CHESAPEAKE  HPI acted as liaison between Cultural Tourism DC and historic sites around the region to plan the DC, MD and VA events commemorating the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 in the Chesapeake in 2014 as well as between Cultural Tourism DC and the National Park Service to install a driving route and interpretive trail with waysides through DC and VA telling the story of the British invasion.   
  • THE CIVIL WAR IN WASHINGTON  HPI created self-guided mobile tours of Fort Stevens and Battleground National Cemetery in Northwest Washington, DC, the site of the only civil war skirmish in the nation's capital. July 2014 marked the 150th Anniversary of the battle and of the creation of the final resting place for those that fell.     


  • GEORGETOWN Learn about the grand homes that make up Georgetown Heights and the people who lived in them by scheduling a private walking tour of the Grand Estates of Georgetown for up to 15 people.

What customers are saying

"We had a great time and spent a good five hours at the Museum. It was very rich and also tiring but altogether excellent. Thanks for your great help."

"Thanks so much for getting us those tickets! We spent around 4 hours there Saturday afternoon, and still need to spend many more."

"Thank you so much. Our visit was perfect. My grandson loved it. Such a great museum."

"It was wonderful!  Everything went very smoothly."

"Thank you for your informative and helpful email. I appreciate the time you spent reaching out to assure my visit was seamless."

"Prior to the tour, I had little knowledge of the historical richness of the residences in Georgetown.”

Contact us

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Please use the contact form for questions or DC tour options. If this is regarding visiting the  National Museum of African American History and Culture, please use the following link to make a request:

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