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War Memorial

Maine, Washington County, Lubec We dedicate this memorial to the Glory of Almighty God, in memory of the men and women of Lubec who served in all wars and by their unselfish patriotism have advanced...

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Lubec Veterans Honor Roll

Maine, Washington County, Lubec [Honor Roll of Veterans] Revolutionary War • Civil War World War I • World War II Korean War • Vietnam War Peace Time Service (Patriots & Patriotism • War, US...

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Grave Creek Mound

West Virginia, Marshall County, MoundsvilleThis world-famous burial mound was built by the Adena people sometime before the Christian Era. The mound was originally 69 feet high, 295 feet in diameter,...

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Civil War Memorial

Maine, Washington County, Lubec[North face] To her loyal sons who on land and water, imperiled their lives for the Union Appomattox • Antietam Stars and Stripes Shield Emblem[West face] "On fames...

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Dawn's First Light Shines on Free Masonry

Maine, Washington County, LubecThis cryptic marker placed here by the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of Maine, to commemorate dawns [sic] first light shines on Free Masonry on the East Coast...

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Original Old Absinthe Bar

Louisiana, Orleans Parish, New OrleansEst. 1806 A tradition in the french quarters.[sic] This is the bar known to travelers the world over. From it came the famous absinthe drip. The bar where Jean E...

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Freemasonry in Macon

Georgia, Bibb County, MaconFreemasonry came to Macon in 1824 when the city was in its infancy. Macon Lodge No. 5, F. &A.M., was organized in 1824 and chartered by the Grand Lodge of Georgia in...

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Fair Prospect Cemetery Montgomery County

Alabama, Montgomery County, LapineAtop this hill lies Fair Prospect Cemetery, established in the 1840s as part of Fair Prospect Church. Land was donated for the church and cemetery by Benjamin Mitchell...

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Site of Curtis School

Alabama, Coffee County, ElbaCurtis School was organized in the early 1900’s and was originally located ½ mile south, where New Ebenezer Baptist Church now stands. A new school was built on this site in...

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Arlington Post Office

Virginia, Arlington County, ArlingtonIn the first half of the 20th Century, Arlington County changed from a handful of separate neighborhoods to a cohesive community with its own identity and...

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Hopewell Plantation

South Carolina, Pickens County, ClemsonHopewell Plantation was home to Revolutionary War General Andrew Pickens and his wife, Rebecca Calhoun Pickens. On July 16, 1785, Pickens acquired a grant of 573...

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American Éclair Studios

New Jersey, Bergen County, Fort Lee           In 1911, the Société Francaise des Films et Cinematographs Éclair purchased land on the west side of Linwood Avenue for the construction of a motion...

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Willat/Fox & Triangle Studios

New Jersey, Bergen County, Fort Lee           The Willat Film Manufacturing Corp. began assembling property at the northwest corner of Main Street and Linwood Avenue in 1913, and by 1915 owned three...

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World/Peerless & Metropolitan Studios

New Jersey, Bergen County, Fort Lee           Jules Brulatour, who had earned a fortune as the agent for George Eastman’s motion picture film, built the Peerless studio on Lewis Street in 1914. It was...

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F. F. Fred Cavaliere

New Jersey, Bergen County, Fort LeeKilled in the Line of Duty at theEvans Film Fire – February 7th, 1925Linwood Ave. & Main St. • Fort Lee, N.J.           On Saturday, February 7, 1925 the...

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Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge

New Jersey, Bergen County, Fort LeeDedicatedto the men and womenof the United States Armywho participated inthe Battle of the Bulgeduring World War IIin Belgium and Luxembourgthe greatest land...

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Anderson Memorial Fountain

New York, Orange County, West PointPresented to the West Point Cemeteryin the name ofJames Marsland Lawtonson-n-law ofGeneral Robert AndersonGod gives us love. Some thing to love He lends us, but when...

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West Virginia Penitentiary

West Virginia, Marshall County, MoundsvilleEstablished, 1866, A prison for men and women convicted of felonies until prison for wom- en was established at Pence Springs, 1947. Capital criminals were...

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Historic Best Building

California, Alameda County, San LeandroThe Best Building is a significant example of commercial architecture in San Leandro and the only San Leandro Plaza building remaining from the early decades of...

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Railroading in High Springs

Florida, Alachua County, High SpringsThis old passenger depot, built c. 1910, is all that remains of the vast railroad complex located southwest of downtown that made High Springs a bustling railroad...

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