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Coleman House

Pennsylvania, Mifflin County, Lewistown Former Site of Red Lion Inn First troops to answer President Abraham Lincoln's Call to Arms for the Civil War were mustered here Mifflin County Historic Place...

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Canton Viaduct

Massachusetts, Norfolk County, CantonConstructed in 1835 National Register of Historic Places Placed by Canton Historical Commission Dedicated July 4th 1993 National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark...

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Wollner Building

Pennsylvania, Mifflin County, Lewistown The most intact turn-of-the-century commercial building and the oldest extant bank structure in Lewistown Mifflin County Historic Building Built 1906 (Industry...

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Homesite of Col. Jeremiah Wadsworth

Connecticut, Hartford County, HartfordCol. Jeremiah Wadsworth SAR Branch Connecticut Erected MCMXIII Here stood the home of Col. Jeremiah Wadsworth Commissary General of the American forces in the War...

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Adventurers

Connecticut, Hartford County, HartfordIn Memory of the Courageous Adventurers Who Inspired and Directed by Thomas Hooker Journeyed Through the Wilderness from Newtown Cambridge) In the Massachusetts...

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Hartford Municipal Building

Connecticut, Hartford County, HartfordThis Property Has been placed on the National Register Of Historic Places By the United States Department of the Interior (Notable Buildings) Includes location,...

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Center Church

Connecticut, Hartford County, HartfordCenter Church Organized 1632 Founded Hartford in 1636 First Minister Thomas Hooker Served 1633-1647 (Churches, Etc. • Colonial Era) Includes location, directions,...

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American School for the Deaf

Connecticut, Hartford County, Hartford On Tuesday, April 15, 1817, in a building located on this site, the Connecticut Asylum for the Education of Deaf and Dumb Persons officially opened. The school...

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Mark Twain

Connecticut, Hartford County, HartfordMark Twain Samuel Clemens 1835 - 1910 [ north side ] One of the nation's most celebrated authors Mark Twain lived here in Hartford during the peak of his writing...

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Historic Courthouse

Pennsylvania, Mifflin County, Lewistown This Greek Revival style landmark building served as the third seat of county government from 1843 to 1981 This property has been placed on theNational Register...

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The Logan Guards

Pennsylvania, Mifflin County, Lewistown This militia company, organized in 1858, was one of five in Pennsylvania to answer President Lincoln's Call for Volunteers on April 15, 1861. They rendezvoused...

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Chamber of Commerce/Wells Fargo Bank

California, Alameda County, BerkeleyListed on the National Register of Historic Places For nearly a half century, this steel frame and concrete structure, clad in brick and terra cotta, was Berkeley’s...

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Explore The Hermitage Grounds

Tennessee, Davidson County, HermitageFrom this point, you have many tour options inviting you to think about another time here at this 1120–acre National Historic Landmark. Use the map guide you to any...

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A Landscape Of Inequality

Tennessee, Davidson County, HermitageThe idyllic planter’s life presented to white visitors by the Jackson family was based on the unpaid labor of over 150 enslaved black men, women, and children....

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The Work Yard

Tennessee, Davidson County, HermitageThe stately trees and park-like grounds of today’s Hermitage bear scant resemblance to the working plantation of Andrew Jackson’s time. As the farm developed, trees...

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Alfred’s Cabin

Tennessee, Davidson County, HermitageWhile the bold and dramatic claim center stage, history is also written in the quite, humble ways...and lives. Alfred Jackson was unique among the enslaved at The...

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Icehouse

Tennessee, Davidson County, HermitageThe Hermitage icehouse, a common feature on larger farms and plantations during the nineteenth century, stood on the north side of the smokehouse. Archaeological...

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Land Conservation at The Hermitage

Tennessee, Davidson County, HermitagePrescribed Grazing at the Hermitage improves forage, animal, soil, and water resources. Animal resources are improved by striving to maintain quality forge 3” to 8”...

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Growing Cotton

Tennessee, Davidson County, HermitageAndrew Jackson called it his farm, but in reality, The Hermitage was a large cotton plantation dependent upon enslaved labor. All the agricultural actives on...

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Hotel Inlet Terrace

Florida, Volusia County, Ponce InletThis terra cotta wall is all that remains of what was to be a grandiose hotel and resort. It was started during the great land boom of the 1920's. The developer,...

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