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Sheepshead Bay Veterans Memorial

New York, Kings County, BrooklynFor God and Country In memory of those who served in the Armed Forces of our country. Bill Brown Post No. 507 American Legion (Military) Includes location, directions, 1...

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First Baptist Church

Wisconsin, Milwaukee County, WauwatosaThis Victorian Gothic church was constructed in 1887-88 as the second home of the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF WAUWATOSA. In 1906-07, it was rededicated as the ENOCH D....

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John Edwards Jr. Office Building

Wisconsin, Wood County, Port EdwardsIn 1872, John Edwards Jr. became the sole owner of the Edwards and Clinton sawmill in Port Edwards, plus several other business ventures that included a general...

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Milwaukee County Cemetery

Wisconsin, Milwaukee County, WauwatosaThis site, also known as Potter’s Field was originally a pasture on the Milwaukee County Farm. Between 1872 and 1974, this four acre field became the final resting...

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Boot Hill Kiosk

Nebraska, Keith County, Ogallala[The Boot Hill Kiosk contains 5 panels each dealing with an aspect of the history of Boot Hill.] [Panel 1] Boot Hill Chronicles 1803 – The United States buys land from...

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Milwaukee County Asylum Cemetery

Wisconsin, Milwaukee County, WauwatosaThe ground before you contains the mortal remains of approximately 200 souls who died at the Milwaukee County Asylum / Hospital for the Insane. These burial...

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Shunpike

Massachusetts, Franklin County, CharlemontTo the Thrifty Travelers of the Mohawk Trail who in 1797 here forded the Deerfield River rather than pay toll at the Turnpike Bridge and who in 1810 won the...

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To Marylanders Who Served Here

Pennsylvania, Chester County, near PhoenixvilleTo Marylanders Who Served Here Col. Tench Tilghman, Confidential Aide to Washington, who wrote:-----“formerly of my family - in every action (of) the main...

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Welkinweir

Pennsylvania, Chester County, near PottstownThis Property is Listed in TheNATIONAL REGISTER of HISTORIC PLACES By The United States Department of the Interior (Environment • Horticulture & Forestry...

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Nathan Bedford Forrest III, Airman

Tennessee, Shelby County, Memphis(obverse) Brigadier General N.B. Forrest, III, U.S. Army Air Force, was born in Memphis on April 7, 1905 and was the was the first American General Officer killed in...

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Lincoln & Douglas in Danville

Illinois, Vermilion County, DanvilleIt was near here, at a grove of maple trees, that Illinois Senatorial Candidates Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas spoke in September of 1858. During the height of...

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Birthplace of Union Oil Company of California

California, Ventura County, Santa PaulaBirthplace of Union Oil Company of California Founded October 17, 1890 Presented by the City of Santa Paula, California to Union Oil Company of California...

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Timkin Building, 1894

California, San Diego County, San DiegoHenry Timkin invented the roller bearing for the horse-drawn carriage, and was one of San Diego’s leading real estate investors. In 1894 he built this building at...

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33rd Troop Carrier Squadron

Ohio, Montgomery County, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base For Dedicated Service To Honor and Remember One of the most decorated units Southwest Pacific WWII Dedicated June 1992 (Air & Space •...

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Stagecoach Inn

California, Ventura County, Newbury ParkOriginally located some 200 yards to the north, the Stagecoach Inn was built in 1876. Its redwood lumber came by sea and was freighted up the steep Conejo Grade...

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Stagecoach Inn and Sycamore Tree

California, Ventura County, Newbury Park"The hotel was built by James Hammell as the Grand Union Hotel in 1876 and was often called the "Conejo" or "Big" Hotel. In 1885, the site was purchased by Cecil...

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8th Attack Squadron

Ohio, Montgomery County, Wright-Patterson Air Force BaseDedicated to those who served in World War II with the 8th Attack Squadron and to those who lost their lives in that service [Dedicated] 25...

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The Downbeat Club

California, Los Angeles County, Los AngelesThe Down Beat was part of what was known during the War years as “Little Harlem”. It was a popular destination for Hollywood celebrities and the upper-class...

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Site of Arizona's Second Territorial Capitol

Arizona, Pima County, TucsonAn adobe building at this site housed Arizona's Government from 1868 – 1877, when Tucson was capitol of the territory. One of the meeting rooms of this second territorial...

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Dr. Joseph Johnson House   56 Society Street

South Carolina, Charleston County, Charlestoncirca 1840 This substantial three-story Greek Revival Period Charleston single house is constructed of stucco-covered brick and features a two-tiered piazza...

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