Building a Place for History
Rachel Craft joined Hunter Research, Inc. in 2018 as a Historian/Architectural historian. Rachel has worked on public history projects such as interpretive plans and signage, as well as conducted historical research for architectural and archaeological studies covering a variety of topics and sources. She is a graduate of Rutgers University’s Public History Program (M.A.). Prior to joining Hunter Research, Rachel served as Site Manager for Red Bank Battlefield in National Park, New Jersey, and held positions related to digital publishing through Rutgers University. She is the co-author of a recent study of New Jersey’s Children Summer Homes that delved into Progressive Era programs to assist impoverished children and women. She has assessed the National Register and New Jersey Register eligibility of properties that have the potential for historical significance related to age, gender, race, ethnicity, and mental or physical disabilities.