Delia Hagen assists federal and state agencies, tribal governments, municipalities, private companies, non-profit organizations and individuals with projects relating to any aspect of the past.
"Reliable and meticulous in her research, working with Dr. Hagen is delightful. Her work exhibits the highest quality of scholarship, and conveys a deep understanding of the Western cultural landscape. Her ability to document and express the unique qualities of historic properties, as well as place the built environment in its appropriate historic and architectural context, is extraordinary. Through her engaging writing style and commitment to excellence, Ms. Hagen makes clear her passion for Western history and the great joy she takes in her work."
Kate Hampton, Community Preservation Coordinator, MT State Historic Preservation Office
"Sets a very high standard for historical architectural consulting."
Kathy Harris, KLJ Engineering
"A writing goddess!"
Dean Nicolai, Department Head (Native American Studies), Salish Kootenai College
"I’ve had the great pleasure of working with Delia Hagen . . . Her historic contexts are insightful, comprehensive, and a joy to read. . . . Delia has become one of the MDT’s most trusted cultural resource consultants."
Jon Axline, Historian/Cultural Resource Manager (Environmental Services),
Montana Department of Transportation
"Every nomination prepared by Dr. Hagen is exceptionally well researched . . . easy to work with and never misses a deadline. The Montana State Historic Preservation Office unflinchingly recommends Dr. Hagen."
John Boughton, National Register Coordinator, MT State Historic Preservation Office
"Outstanding work . . . If we were your boss we'd give you a giant bonus!" Vern Pound, third-generation family owner, historic Four Mile Mine, Idaho.