IDAHO STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
The Board of Trustees of the Idaho State Historical Society is the policy-making and governance body for the agency, is appointed by the Governor, and has all of the powers and duties established by the Constitution of the State of Idaho. Trustees provide a statewide perspective that informs agency services and serve as a vital communication link back to communities.
The Idaho State Historical Society Board of Trustees hold quarterly meetings.
ISHS Board of Trustees Meeting
February 9 , 2021 Meeting Notice
February 9, 2021 Meeting Agenda
IDAHO GEOGRAPHIC NAMES BOARD
Idaho Geographic Names Advisory Council meets biannually to advise the Idaho State Historical Society Board of Trustees on new geographic name proposals, name-change proposals, name corrections, or error corrections, as sent by the U.S. Board on Geographic Names for locations within the State of Idaho.
Idaho Geographic Names Board Meeting
November 19, 2020 Meeting Notice
November 19, 2020 Meeting Agenda
IDAHO HISTORIC SITES REVIEW BOARD
The Idaho Historic Sites Review Board meets biannually, spring and fall, to consider nominations to the National Register of Historic Places. The public is welcome to attend these meetings. For additional information, please contact Matt Halitsky, National Register Coordinator at (208) 488-7468.
Idaho Historic Sites Review Board Meeting
June 6, 2020 Meeting Notice
June 6, 2020 Meeting Agenda
GOVERNOR’S LEWIS AND CLARK TRAIL COMMITTEE
For additional information, please contact Dax Chizum, staff representative at (208) 514-2307.
Governor’s Lewis and Clark Trail Committee Meeting
October 24-25, 2019 Meeting Notice and Agenda
STATE HISTORICAL RECORDS ADVISORY BOARD (SHRAB)
The State Historical Records Advisory Board (SHRAB) is the central advisory body for historical records coordination with each state and for National Historical Publications and Records Commission(NHPRC) state an local records projects within the state.
SHRABs are authorized under federal regulations governing the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (36 CFR Chapter 12). In this capacity, their primary responsibilities are to:
- Develop, revise, and submit to the Commission a state plan including priorities for state historical records projects; and to
- Review all grant proposals to NHPRC for state and local records projects within the state and make recommendations on these proposals to the Commission.
State Historical Records Advisory Board Meeting
Idaho Code 74-201 through 74-208