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Historic Sites

Cahokia Mounds State Historic Park
Collinsville, Illinois

The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization designated Cahoki

Caldwell Heritage Museum
Lenoir, North Carolina

The Caldwell Heritage Museum was opened in 1991 and is dedicated to preserving and pres

Calhoun County Museum
Port Lavaca, Texas

Some of the many exhibits at the Museum include the Fresnel Lens from the 1852 Matagord

California African American Museum
Los Angeles, California

The California African American Museum provides insight into many different facets of A

California Historical Society
San Francisco, California

Boasting one of the largest collections of primary and secondary materials on the histo

California State Military Museum
Sacramento, California

With exhibits on every war from the Civil War to the current wars in Iraq and Afghanist

California State Railroad Museum
Sacramento, California

Throughout the year, the Museum offers a wide variety of activities to help the visitor

Calvert County Historical Society
Prince Frederick, Maryland

The Calvert County Historical Society oversees the preservation of county history out o

Calvert Marine Museum
Solomons, Maryland

Established in 1970 and moved to its current location in 1975, the Calvert Marine Museu

Calvin B. Taylor House Museum
Berlin, Maryland

The Taylor House Museum, administered and restored by the Berlin Heritage Foundation, h

Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site
Plymouth, Vermont

The Coolidge Homestead is an important component of the activities of the Calvin Coolid

Camp Floyd/stagecoach Inn State Park Museum
Fairfield, Utah

Camp Floyd / Stagecoach Inn State Park Museum is Utah's link with the Civil War.

Camp Gordon Johnston Museum
Carrabelle, Florida

Carrabelle was the focal point of social life around the camp when it was open during W

Camp Moore
Kentwood, Louisiana

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

Camp Washington Carver
Clifftop, West Virginia

Camp Washington-Carver, a Mountain Cultural Arts Center operated by the state of West V

Campbell County Rockpile Museum
Gillette, Wyoming

The museum contains collections of rifles, saddles, Native American artifacts, fossils,

Campbell House Museum
St. Louis, Missouri

After a monumental five-year, $3 million restoration the museum now stands as one of th

Campbell's Island State Memorial
East Moline, Illinois

On July 19, 1814, a pro-British band of Sauk Indians led by Black Hawk attacked a force

Cane Ridge Meeting House
Paris, Kentucky

Prayer, singing, and preaching occur in the Meeting House, a place of worship for many

Cane River Creole National Historical Park
Natchitoches, Louisiana

In 18th century Louisiana, Creole referred to locally born Spaniards, French and enslav

Cane River National Heritage Area
Natchitoches, Louisiana

The City of Natchitoches was established in 1714 by Louis Juchere

Canfield Historical Society
Canfield, Ohio

Cannonsburgh Village
Murfreesboro, Tennessee

A living history museum, Cannonsburgh Village boasts a gristmill, one-room schoolhouse,

Canterbury Historical Society
Canterbury, Connecticut

The society meets monthly.

Canterbury Shaker Village
Canterbury, New Hampshire

Canterbury Shaker Village was established in 1792 when followers of founder Mother Ann

Canton Historical Museum
Collinsville, Connecticut

At its peak 100 plows a day were manufactured by the company.

Canyon De Chelly
Chinle, Arizona

Canyon de Chelly also sustains a living community of Navajo people, who are connected t

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

Spanish settlers called Caparra, the island's first capital, La Ciudad de Puerto Rico (

Cape Charles Museum
Cape Charles, Virginia

Visitors are invited to explore the various artifacts that have been collected througho

Cape Cod
Eastham, Massachusetts

Lighthouses, cultural landscapes, and wild cranberry bogs offer a glimpse of Cape Cod’s