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War Memorial

Maine, Knox County, ThomastonIn Memory of Veterans of All Wars and Conflicts (Patriots & Patriotism • War, US Civil • War, US Revolutionary • War, World II) Includes location, directions, 3 photos,...

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Near the Old Prison / À Coté de l'Ancienne Prison

Maine, Knox County, ThomastonNear the Old Prison The Georges Hotel stood at the intersection of Main and Georges Street where there now is an empty lot. It burned to the ground leaving the three...

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Civil War Memorial

Maine, Knox County, Camden In honor of the Brave Men ofCamden who gave their lives in defence of their country during theGreat Rebellion 1861 - 65 [Roll of Honored Dead] (Patriots & Patriotism •...

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Spanish-American War Memorial

Maine, Knox County, Camden The men who volunteered their services to the Cause of Liberty in the War with Spain that a nation might enjoy peace and prosperity The Birthright of All Men Honor Roll of...

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The Schooners Grace Bailey and Mercantile

Maine, Knox County, Camden has been designated aNational Historic Landmark This vessel possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America 1991 National Park...

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George W. Baird

Connecticut, New Haven County, MilfordGeorge W. Baird Medal of Honor Brig General US Army Indian Wars Dec 13 1839     Nov 28 1906 (Wars, US Indian) Includes location, directions, 3 photos, GPS...

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Peter Pond

Connecticut, New Haven County, MilfordPeter Pond 1740 – 1807 Somewhere in the adjacent cemetery lies the unmarked grave of Peter Pond, a veteran of the French and Indian War, fur trader, explorer and...

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Sonoma Brewing Company

California, Sonoma County, SonomaThe Sonoma Brewing Co., established under the leadership of John Steiner was promoted in the pages of the Sonoma Index-Tribune by its publisher Harry N. Granice, a...

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The Forty Acres

California, Kern County, DelanoHas been designated aNational Historic Landmark. This property possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America. Forty Acres...

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Soscol House

California, Napa County, NapaBuilt by Elijah True at the junction of the county road from Napa City and Old Ferry Road, now Soscol, which served the Soscol Ferry Crossing at Napa River west of here....

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Stonebridge

California, Napa County, near St. HelenaDeparted this life February 1953 Located on the hill to the east and south of this point was a haven of comfort to many a man from the late 1800’s until closed...

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Nichilini Vineyard

California, Napa County, near St. HelenaPlaced to commemorate the founding of the Nichilini Winery in 1890 by Anton Nichilini. Here on the southern slope of Sage Canyon he and his wife Caterina built...

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Historic Architecture in Sullivan Harbor

Maine, Hancock County, SullivanIn the 1800s when ship building, quarrying and mining thrived, enterprising businessmen built boarding houses and hotels to house the many laborers. Blacksmith shops,...

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Burnham Tavern

Maine, Washington County, MachiasHome of Hannah Weston Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (Entertainment • Fraternal or Sororal Organizations • Patriots & Patriotism • War, US...

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First Permanent English Settlement in Machias Bay

Maine, Washington County, MachiasThis tablet marks the landing place of the company which made the first permanent English settlement in this town, May 20, 1763. The little band consisted of Samuel and...

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The Machias River

Maine, Washington County, MachiasNative Americans called the falls next to this sign Machias, the popular translation of which is "bad little falls." The name Machias now applies to the nearby towns...

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Whiskey Crossing

California, Napa County, near St. HelenaOne and one half miles north of here, at the second crossing of Chiles Creek, is the spot known as “Whiskey Crossing”. Although shrouded in folklore, the origin...

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First Transcontinental Railroad

California, Placer County, AuburnAfter an eleven-month delay due to political opposition and lack of money, Central Pacific tracks reached Auburn May 13, 1865, and regualr service began. Government...

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Dave Cavagnaro Circus Plaza

California, Napa County, NapaNamed in honor of Davis Ernest Cavagnaro, who served as a director of the Napa Town and Country Fair board for 20 years. A devoted, active circus fan, originator of Napa’s...

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"Hanover Town"

Virginia, Hanover County, StudleySite of Old Forte Matuxon, dismantled in 1676 by Major John Page. Page’s Warehouse, port of entry and export, established by Matthew Page long prior to 1734. Town...

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