HISTORY RESOURCE GROUP

History is Our Business

WHAT WE DO

History Resource Group is a research company located in Birmingham, Alabama specializing in the fields of archeology, historical research, corporate histories, historical preservation and interpretive planning. We believe that every community, city and county has an untapped historical resource that properly developed could become the focal point for civic pride, future events and tourism. Let us help you transform your past history into a new cultural and event-oriented resource.

We speak the language of architects, engineers, government officials and educators. Our client targets are local governments, law firms, park planners and corporations. We have assembled a group of professional associates ready to bridge the past to the future and can quickly mobilize a team to move your project ahead.

Contact:

History Resource Group
Suite 5G, No. 7 Clayton St
Montgomery, AL 36104
205-601-6299

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Birmingham Federal Building

Interpretive Planning

Preserving your historical site is just the first step. To make it successful, you need to bring in visitors and promote public interest. We can help you develop your historic places into living history sites, focal points for special events and sources of community pride. To accomplish this, History Resource Group works closely with each client to develop a plan tailored to your unique location.


History Research

WE DO BOOKS

Historical Research

The need to know and understand how past events may have influenced the way we live and work frequently plays a critical role in program planning, legal issues and even public relations disclosures.


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Archeology

WE FIND EXPERTS

Archeology and Site Planning

Preservation of existing historical features, artifacts and structural footprints are essential in any historical preservation and restoration project.



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State Capital

WE HELP PASS BILLS

Lobbying

Whether it be before the Alabama Legislature or House and Senate committees, City Hall, the mayor’s office or agencies in the county courthouse, we understand how to talk to public officials, both elected and appointed.

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