Stanton-Horton Award Winners


Hispanic Legacies of Route 66 in New Mexico, Kaisa Barthuli, Program Manager, Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program, National Trails Office, National Park Service; Angélica Sánchez-Clark, Ph.D., Historian, National Trails Office, National Park Service; and their project team of interns, fellow staff, and community members


“The Illinois Freedom Project” led by Timothy P. Townsend, Chief of Interpretation and Historian, Lincoln Home National Historic Site, with partners Old State Capitol State Historic Site and Abraham Lincoln National Heritage Area. Other organizations that have been involved through the development: Association for the Study of African American Life and History, A.S.C.E.N.D., Boys and Girls Club of Central Illinois, Greening Youth Foundation, Illinois Bureau of Tourism, Illinois Department of Natural Resources, National Park Foundation, National Park Service, Organization of American Historians, The Outlet, Sangamon County Metro 4H, Sigma Beta Club, Springfield and Central Illinois African American History Museum, Springfield Frontiers


Social Justice Team, National Parks of Boston, Rocking the Cradle and Ghosts of the Revolution


Island of the Blue Dolphins, a National Park Service web resource produced by Channel Islands National Park


Museum Management Program, Treasured Landscapes: National Park Service Art Collections Tell America’s Stories


"Fostering Public Dialogue around Birthright Citizenship," Northeast Region History Program [April Antonellis, Education Specialist; Christine Arato, Chief Historian; Eric Goodwin, Volunteer]

Honorable Mention: "Future of Richmond's Past"

Honorable Mention: "Telling All American Stories"


Manzanar National Historic Site barracks exhibit, Park Rangers Patricia Biggs and Rose Masters, project leads.


National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom, Diane Miller, primary project director.

Honorable Mention: Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park Visitor Education Center. Permanent Exhibit, Richmond, California. Lynne Nakata, primary project director.