Related Files and Links

For further information on Nikola Tesla, Wardenclyffe, or historic preservation, click on the files or links listed below.

Files

TESLA WARDENCLYFFE PROJECT UPDATE — AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ISSUES 

WARDENCLYFFE — A FORFEITED DREAM, a history of Wardenclyffe by Tesla historian Leland I. Anderson

A MUSEUM AT WARDENCLYFFE THE CREATION OF A MONUMENT TO NIKOLA TESLA, another paper on the history of Wardenclyffe and a proposal for its future use.

WARDENCLYFFE TUNNELS INVESTIGATION 

Links

Friends of Science East created with the specific purpose of establishing a regional science and technology center on eastern Long Island. Their mission is the development of Nikola Tesla's last and only existing laboratory, in Shoreham, NY (USA) into the Tesla Science Center and Museum.

Long Island Wireless Historical Society   Organized to research, document, collect, and share information on the early history of wireless telegraphy, telephony, and television on Long Island.

Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities   —  As advocates for historic preservation on Long Island, SPLIA is extending a helping hand to those engaged in preserving the region’s landmarks.  It is a resource for organizations engaged in the preservation of Long Island’s cultural resources, seeking to make a future for past.

Long Island Museum Association   The Long Island Museum Association (LIMA), a Long Island professional organization for museums and historical societies.

National Register of Historic Places The National Register of Historic Places is the Nation's official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation. Authorized under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Register is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect our historic and archeological resources. Properties listed in the Register include districts, sites, buildings, structures, and objects that are significant in American history, architecture, archeology, engineering, and culture. The National Register is administered by the National Park Service, which is part of the U.S. Department of the Interior.

National Trust for Historic Preservation For more than 50 years, the National Trust has been helping Americans protect the irreplaceable. A private nonprofit organization with more than 200,000 members, the National Trust is the leader of the vigorous preservation movement that is saving the best of the country's past for the future.

The need for the National Trust has increased since its founding in 1949. When historic buildings and neighborhoods are torn down or allowed to deteriorate, a part of our past disappears forever. When that happens, we lose history that helps us know who we are, and we lose opportunities to live and work in the kinds of interesting and attractive surroundings that older buildings can provide.

These goals are reflected in the Trust's mission statement:

The National Trust for Historic Preservation is a privately funded non-profit organization that provides leadership, education and advocacy to save America's diverse historic places and revitalize our communities.

National Park Service The National park Service preserves unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the national park system for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The Park Service cooperates with partners to extend the benefits of natural and cultural resource conservation and outdoor recreation throughout this country and the world.

Save America's Treasures  The new millennium presents a unique opportunity to take stock of who we are as Americans . . . and what we want to carry through the 21st century.  From the Star-Spangled Banner, to the ancient cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde National Park, to historic monuments in our hometowns, the testaments to our diverse American experience can be found in communities across the country.  Unfortunately, too many of the historic sites, monuments, artifacts and documents that tell America’s story are deteriorating and in danger of being lost forever.  These treasures urgently require conservation and preservation to survive.  To focus public attention on the importance of our national heritage and the need to save our treasures at risk, the White House Millennium Council teamed with the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1998 to establish Save America’s TreasuresA public-private partnership between the National Park Service and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Heinz History Center . . . 

NIKOLA TESLA — FORGOTTEN AMERICAN SCIENTIST, the homepage of John Wagner's campaign to reintroduce Tesla to the academic community by donating his bust to leading universities.

TESLA TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, featuring photographs and information regarding the world's largest working Tesla coil. 

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