“Historic House Blog” is a comprehensive website exploring all issues related to historic preservation and the real estate market. A source for old house owners, real estate agents, an preservationists in general, the Historic House Blog features regular articles discussing architecture, real estate and marketing, advocacy for historic houses, homeownership and old houses, and historic preservation.
Historic House Blog’s principle blogger is Michael J. Emmons, Jr., who has a wealth of experience & expertise in old houses. Michael has an M.A. in American History from the University of Connecticut, and he specialized in marketing historic properties while working as a Realtor for many years in Connecticut & Ohio. Michael is currently studying Historic Preservation at the University of Delaware and is a researcher at the Center for Historic Architecture and Design (CHAD). He has also worked at several historical museums (including The Mark Twain House and Old Sturbridge Village).
A contributing blogger is David Byers. David earned a Masters degree from the University of Connecticut and has worked for several years as an historical guide for the National Parks Service, including positions at Boston National Historical Park, Redwood National Park, & Lowell National Historical Park. David was also selected for the Perkins Fellowship at Old York Historical Society in Maine, where he participated in the intensive historical research of the Ramsdell House, which was recently restored & opened to the public in York, Maine.
We love to receive submissions from readers, whether an idea for an article or a nice listing to feature. Don’t hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org .