A "Regular DOE" is a complete DOE form, needed if a property has not been evaluated in the past, has a MIHP
number (including all archaeological sites), is in a historic district, or appears to have any reasonable possibility
of being eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
A "Short DOE" is a special type of DOE form used for properties that are obviously ineligible for the
National Register and will not receive an MIHP form. A short DOE is generally used if the
potentially-affected property has not been evaluated in the past, does not have a MIHP number, is
not in a historic district, and is unquestionably ineligible (e.g. a building that has been greatly modified
in recent decades and displays very little integrity from any time more than 50 years ago).
Users should note that Short DOE records will not have associated MIHP, National Register, or Easement forms; thus
this is usually the only documentation available in the MHT Library for this resource. Likewise, these
forms are "digital only" records which are not printed and stored in the MHT Library Survey Files.
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