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Association of King County Historical Organizations (AKCHO)

AKCHO was incorporated in 1977 as a forum available to all who work in the world of heritage preservation, guided and nurtured by now experienced old hands. AKCHO aspires to foster cooperation between various historical and heritage organizations for mutual benefit, to establish and promote minimum standards for the aforementioned organizations, to promote public access to historical resources, and to promote public policy that is beneficial towards the preservation of King County history and heritage.

The site offers information about Association projects and advocacy, as well as resources for researchers and historical advocates.

 
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