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Historic Sites

Brunswick Historical Society
Cropseyville, New York

The Brunswick Historical Society began in the early 1970's, when a handful of community

Brunswick Railroad Museum
Brunswick, Maryland

The town in which this museum is located was known during the Civil War as Berlin, and

Buchanan Log House
Nashville, Tennessee

This charming two-story log house

Buckeye Furnace
Wellston, Ohio

Visitors to this 270-acre site can see the furnace, originally built in 1852, which wen

Buckeye Valley Museum
Buckeye, Arizona

In 1877, the founder of the settlement that was to become the Town of Buckeye led a par

Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
San Antonio, Texas

Winner of the 2002 "Best Attraction" award from the Downtown Alliance, the Buckhorn Sal

Bucks County Historical Society
Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Inspired by the vision and creativity of Henry C.

Buena Vista
New Castle, Delaware

The main section of Buena Vista was built between 1845 and 1847 by John M.

Buena Vista Heritage
Buena Vista, Colorado

Located in the 1882 Old Chaffee County Courthouse, the Buena Vista Heritage Museum exhi

Buffalo And Erie County Naval And Military Park
Buffalo, New York

Besides viewing exhibits and ships, creative use of the park has spanned an incredibly

Buffalo Bill Historical Center
Cody, Wyoming

Today's Center encompasses five museums, a research library, a professionally developed

Buffalo Bill Museum
Le Claire, Iowa

Other exhibits feature riverboat pilots, the Sauk and Fox Indian tribes, pioneers of Le

Buffalo Bill Museum And Grave
Golden, Colorado

See Sitting Bull's bow and arrows, Buffalo Bill's show outfits, Frederick Remington's "

Bull Shoals Historical Society & Museum
Bull Shoals, Arkansas

This museum interprets the history of Bull Shoals, Ark., "The Best Little Town by a Dam

Bull Stone House
Campbell Hall, New York

Built in 1722, the house was once home to William Bull, a stonemason builder, and his w

Bulloch Hall
Roswell, Georgia

Completed in 1839 for Major James Stephens Bulloch, one of Roswell's founders, Bulloch

Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park
Flagler Beach, Florida

Visitors can tour the sugar mill ruins and learn about the plantation's history at the

Burden Ironworks Museum
Troy, New York

An exhibit on Greater Troy's industrial history is housed in the former office of the B

Burritt On The Mountain
Huntsville, Alabama

A Living Museum has been referred to as a "Jewel on the Mountain." Start with Dr.

Burt County Museum
Tekamah, Nebraska

The E.C. Houston House is the home of the Burt County Museum.

Burton Cotton Gin And Museum
Burton, Texas

The Museum provides one of the best remaining examples of

Bushy Run Battlefield
Jeannette, Pennsylvania

The 213 acres of forested and grassy areas that comprise Bushy Run Battlefield, Westmor

Bussard Farmstead At The Agricultural History Farm Park
Derwood, Maryland

Situated along Rock Creek in Derwood, Maryland, the Agricultural History Farm Park is a

Byers Evans House Museum
Denver, Colorado

Enjoy this distinctive house museum, which includes guided tours as well as a short fil

C. Burr Artz Public Library
Frederick, Maryland

C. Burr Artz Library is a branch of the Frederick County Public Libraries.

C.m. Russell Museum
Great Falls, Montana

The C.M.

Cabrillo National Monument
San Diego, California

As the park’s namesake, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo led the first European expedition to ex

Cades Cove Thompson Brown House Museum
Maryville, Tennessee

Thompson-Brown House, included in the National Register of Historic Places and located

Caguana Ceremonial Park
Utuado, Puerto Rico

When the first Spaniards arrived on the island more than 500 years ago, they encountere

Cahokia Courthouse
Cahokia, Illinois

Built about 1740 as a four-room private residence by Jean le Poincet and later purchase