Historic Sites

Alamo
San Antonio, Texas

Although the Alamo fell in the early morning hours of March 6, 1836, the death of the A

Aleutian World War II National Historic Area
Unalaska, Alaska

This little known site of arduous WWII battles is located on a rich and remote archipel

Andersonville National Historic Site
Andersonville, Georgia

Camp Sumter, commonly called Andersonville, was one of the largest military prisons est

Antietam National Battlefield
Sharpsburg, Maryland

It was at this battlefield that the Civil War saw its bloodiest single day battle.

Apple River Fort
Elizabeth, Illinois

The war, which lasted only 16 weeks, ended the threat of Indian attacks in the area and

Appomattox Court House National Park
Appomattox, Virginia

Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S.

Arkansas Post National Memorial
Gillett, Arkansas

Arkansas Post became part of the United States following the Louisiana Purchase of 1803

Banadero Cave
Saipan,

The Marianas were captured by Japan in 1914 and became a bloody battle ground in World

Battle Of Plattsburgh Center And War Of 1812 Museum
Plattsburgh, New York

The Battle of Plattsburgh Association runs the Battle of Plattsburgh Interpretive Cente

Beaver Area Heritage Foundation
Beaver, Pennsylvania

Founded in 1967 in Beaver, PA, 30 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, the Beaver Area Herita

Benicia Historical Museum
Benicia, California

During the 19th century, when Benecia was first being settled, the military built an ar

Bent's Old Fort
La Junta, Colorado

William and Charles Bent, along with Ceran St.

Bentonville Battlefield
Four Oaks, North Carolina

In addition to the fiber-optic display, Bentonville's remaining exhibits have received

Boston Harbor Islands
Boston, Massachusetts

Many of the Boston Harbor Islands contain buildings and structures related to such uses

Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site
Tupelo, Mississippi

Near the monument, visitors can study two signs that provide information about the batt

Camp Moore
Kentwood, Louisiana

In May 1861, the site for the camp was selected and the troops began to arrive.

Castillo De San Marcos National Monument
St. Augustine, Florida

Begun in 1672, the Castillo de San Marcos is the last 17th century fort left in the Uni

Chattanooga National Cemetery
Chattanooga, Tennessee

On Dec. 25, 1863, Maj. Gen. George H.

Chickamauga And Chattanooga National Military Park
Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia

In 1863, Union and Confederate forces fought for control of Chattanooga, the gateway to

Constitution Island
Highland Falls, New York

In 1778, less than halfway through the Revolutionary War, the Americans were able to fo

Cove Fort
Between Fillmore and Beaver, Utah

The construction of the fort was over-seen by Ira Hinckley.

Crown Point State Historic Site
Crown Point, New York

During the French and Indian War, Ft.

Drum Barracks Civil War Museum
Wilmington, California

The Drum Barracks Civil War Museum is housed in the last remaining wooden building of D

El Morro (fort San Felipe Del Morro)
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Officially known as Fuerte San Felipe del Morro, this fort sits atop a high promontory

Estrella Warbird Museum
Paso Robles, California

From jeeps, side arms, early year aircraft, fighter jets recently retired from active d

First Territorial Capitol
Fort Riley, Kansas

Governor Andrew Reeder picked this location, away from the proslave

Fort Abercrombie
Abercrombie, North Dakota

It was also the only post in the area to be besieged by Dakota (Sioux) warriors for mor

Fort Adams
Newport, Rhode Island

Just a short drive or a water taxi ride across Newport Harbor stands the largest coasta

Fort Barrancas
Pensacola, Florida

The Fort Barrancas Area is on Taylor Road approximately a half mile east from the Museu

Fort Bedford Museum
Bedford, Pennsylvania

The fort was used as the staging point for a number of successful raids during the war.