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Hopewell Treaty Site

South Carolina, Pickens County, Clemson The Hopewell Treaties were the first formal treaties after the battles between the United States and the Southern Native American tribes. Gen. Andrew Pickens,...

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Masonic Temple

California, Alameda County, San LeandroOn August 21, 1909, the cornerstone (containing the lists of the Grand Officers and past Masters of Eden Lodge, documents relating to the new temple, copies of...

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Masonic Temple Building

California, Alameda County, San LeandroThe Masonic Temple Building was dedicated on April 15, 1910 and still serves as the home of Eden Lodge #113 of the Freemasons. The Eden Lodge was instituted in...

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Damien Marchessault

California, Los Angeles County, Los AngelesThis street is named for Damien Marchessault, a French Canadian, who served twice as mayor of Los Angeles - from 1859-1860 and again from 1861-1865. During...

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Hopewell, Keowee

South Carolina, Pickens County, ClemsonWhere in 1765, under Treaty Oak, a conflict with the Indians was signed securing peace for the white settlers in the Upcountry. (Native Americans) Includes...

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Oat Hill Mine Road

California, Napa County, CalistogaJust a stones throw to the north, running through the Palisades, is Oat Hill Mine Road. A narrow and picturesque trail today, it was once used to carry over 160,000...

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Biscailuz Building

California, Los Angeles County, Los AngelesThis building, located on the site of the Juan Sepulveda adobe, was designed as the United Methodist Church Conference Headquarters and the Plaza Community...

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Tomales

California, Marin County, TomalesOnce the land of the Miwok, Tomales was founded in 1850 by John Keys who shipped potatoes to San Francisco and Warren Dutton who opened the Post Office in 1854....

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Boston

Pennsylvania, Allegheny County, BostonElizabeth-7 Boston Named For Boston, Massachusetts Founded 1886 (Notable Places) Includes location, directions, 3 photos, GPS coordinates, map.

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Kennedy-Nixon Taft-Hartley Debate

Pennsylvania, Allegheny County, McKeesportOn April 21, 1947, John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon debated the Taft-Hartley Labor-Management Relations Act at the Penn-McKee Hotel. The first debate...

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West Newton

Pennsylvania, Westmoreland County, West NewtonLed by Gen. Rufus Putnam, the first settlers to establish American government in the Northwest Territory, built boats here to continue their journey from...

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Rural Free Delivery

Pennsylvania, Westmoreland County, New StantonOn November 24, 1896, the U.S. Post Office Department established Pennsylvania's first two rural here in Westmoreland County. One operated from the post...

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Darr Mine Disaster

Pennsylvania, Westmoreland County, near SmithtonOn Dec. 19, 1907, an explosion killed 239 men and boys, many Hungarian immigrants, in Darr coal mine near Van Meter. Some were from the closed Naomi...

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Colonel Edward Cook

Pennsylvania, Fayette County, near Belle VernonSettling here in the 1770s, Cook became a prominent landholder, jurist, and politician. He was a member of the Provincial Congress in Philadelphia in 1776...

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NSGW & Historic District

California, Napa County, St. HelenaThe Native Sons of the Golden West Hall has served for more than a century as a gathering place and social center of community activity within St. Helena. It is...

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Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery

California, Sonoma County, Santa RosaEstablished in 1854 with the burial of Thompson Mize on Oliver Beaulieu’s property, this cemetery holds the remains of over 5000 citizens hailing from all parts of...

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St. James Catholic Church

California, El Dorado County, GeorgetownIn May 1980 with the help of Msgr. Patrick Nolan this church was saved from being torn down and was then moved from Main Street to Buffalo Hill by the Jeepers...

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Beech Bottom Fort

West Virginia, Brooke County, Beech BottomNear here stood Beech Bottom Fort, which was with Fort Pitt and Fort Henry in the group of posts guarding the western borders during the Revolution and its...

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Georgetown Firehouse

California, El Dorado County, GeorgetownThis firehouse, completed in 1965, was built to replace one on the opposite side of Main Street which was inadequate to house modern equipment. Headquarters of...

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Welcome to Trophy Point

New York, Orange County, West PointThe cannon on this historic site are trophies of war. They were captured or surrendered in American conflicts through more than two hundred years. The first trophies...

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