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Concord Stagecoach Road

Florida, Pasco County, near Land O LakesStagecoach Village takes its name from the coach road connecting Tampa Bay with the settlement at Chocochattee Hammock, near present-day Brooksville. The route -...

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Tishomingo Creek Bridge

Mississippi, Lee County, near BaldwynThe Federal retreat at the Battle of Brice's Crossroads was funneled onto a small bridge across Tishomingo Creek. The structure was too narrow for Sturgis'...

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Spoils of War

Mississippi, Lee County, near BaldwynAs Confederate cannon rained fire on exhausted Union troops waiting to cross Tishomingo Creek, a somewhat orderly retreat turned into a panicked rout. Soldiers swam...

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Skirmish At Rocky Creek

Mississippi, Jones County, near EllisvilleNear this site on June 25, 1863, a small group of Confederate soldiers and civilians under the command of Lt. W. M. Wilson of the 43rd Tennessee Infantry,...

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Battery Langdon

Florida, Santa Rosa County, PensacolaLangdon was first built as two open firing platforms. During World War II, Langdon’s 12-inch rifles were roofed with a17-foot thick concrete casemates. But...

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Tishomingo Creek Bridge

Mississippi, Lee County, near BaldwynRetreating wagons blocked bridge. General Forrest captured 200 Wagons, 14 pieces of artillery and hundreds of men. Artillery fire from the Crossroads killed...

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General Barteau's Flank Movement

Mississippi, Lee County, near BaldwynAlong the ridge north-east, General Barteau's 2nd Tennessee flanked the Union forces, creating havoc among white and negro soldiers of General Sturgis' command....

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Site: Blake’s Mill

Georgia, DeKalb County, near AtlantaN. Fork Peachtree Creek. West of the road was the ante-bellum structure of a mill owned and operated by John Blake (1798-1854). July 18, 1864. Blair’s 17th A. C. of...

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The Town of Rocky Springs

Mississippi, Hinds County, near UticaAt the end of this trail is evidence of a once thriving rural community. First settled in the late 1790's, the town grew from a watering place along the Natchez...

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Grindstone Ford

Mississippi, Claiborne County, near Port Gibson This ford marked the beginning of the wilderness of the Choctaw nation and the end of the old Natchez District. Nearby Fort Deposit was a supply depot...

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Battle at Cedar Branch

Virginia, Smyth County, SaltvilleYou are standing on the Confederate battle line that stretched for more than two miles along the bluffs on this side of the North Fork of the Holston River. The Cedar...

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Civil War Artillery

Colorado, Denver County, Denver(This memorial is made up to three plaques, each found at the base of a different piece of artillery.) Civil War Artillery 13-inch Seacoast Mortar Donated in 1897 by the...

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Kentuck Knob

Pennsylvania, Fayette County, DunbarI. N. and Bernardine Hagan House"Kentuck Knob"has been designated aNational Historic LandmarkThis site possesses National significance in commemorating the history...

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K6 Telephone Kiosk 1935

Pennsylvania, Fayette County, DunbarThe K6 was designed by the architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, as a result of a commission from the Post Office, to celebrate the Jubilee of King George V in 1935. It...

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Finial from One, Poultry, London EC4, 1870

Pennsylvania, Fayette County, DunbarThis Finial was the uppermost element of the building known as Number One, Poultry, in the heart of the City of London.The building was constructed in 1870 to a...

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Outpost on the Missouri

North Dakota, Williams County, WillistonEarly explorers reported that America’s western mountains were rich in furs. As a part of a plan to extend trading into the Upper Missouri country, John Jacob...

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Ice Slough

Wyoming, Fremont County, near Jeffrey CityIce Slough is a small stream that flows into the Sweetwater River five miles east of here. In front of this point is a slough (i.e. a marsh or shallow...

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The 100 Acre Tract

New York, Monroe County, Rochester1788 The Seneca Indians ceded Oliver Phelps & Nathaniel Gorham 2,600,000 acres of land east of the Genesee River and granted an additional 200,000 acres west of...

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Erie Canal

New York, Monroe County, RochesterOfficially opened on October 26, 1825, the Erie Canal stretched 363 miles from Albany to Buffalo, connecting the Great Lakes with the Hudson River and the Port of New...

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Dean R. Gilmore

Florida, Lake County, near ClermontLt. Gilmore's P-51B Propeller Tip. In honor of Dean R. Gilmore, 1st LT USAAF, 14 Nov 21 - 14 Nov 44. Winner of the Distinguished Flying Cross, Italy, 1944. Killed in...

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