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Historic Sites

Conner Prairie Museum
Fishers, Indiana

Visitors can experience 19th-century American culture in new ways at the Conner Prairie

Connor Battlefield
Ranchester, Wyoming

On August 28th, with the column located on Prairie Dog Creek, Pawnee Scouts arrived wit

Conrad Caldwell House Museum
Louisville, Kentucky

The house was built for Theophilus Conrad, a Frenchman who made his fortune in the tann

Conrad Mansion Museum
Kalispell, Montana

Along with establishing the Kalispell Townsite Company and eventually the Conrad Nation

Constitution Convention Museum State Park
Port St. Joe, Florida

A boomtown founded in 1835, St.

Constitution Gardens
Washington, District Of Columbia

Constitution Gardens is a living legacy to the founding of the republic as well as an o

Constitution Hall
Lecompton, Kansas

James Henry Lane had a significant impact on Kansas history and is

Constitution Island
Highland Falls, New York

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

Constitution Square State Historic Site
Danville, Kentucky

Although Constitution Square Historic Site is one of the smallest state parks, it looms

Convento De Porta Coeli
San Germàn, Puerto Rico

Dominican friars built the Convento de Porta Coeli in 1609 at the crest of a hill in wh

Cooch's Bridge
Newark, Delaware

This was the site of the only Revolutionary War battle fought in Delaware.

Cook Hayman Pharmacy Museum
Morgantown, West Virginia

A museum dedicated to 19th-century medicinal practices, on the University of West Virgi

Cookeville Depot Museum
Cookeville, Tennessee

Built in 1909, the Cookeville Depot Museum features a Middle Tennessee Railroad HO Scal

Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard
Tuscumbia, Alabama

Out of one hunter's devotion to his faithful coonhound was born the "Key

Cooper Gristmill
Chester Township, New Jersey

The Cooper Gristmill, located in the Black River Park, reveals the history of the surro

Cooper Regional History Museum
Upland, California

“From General Store to Department Store” represents an old-time General Store showing y

Coplay Cement Company Kilns
Coplay, Pennsylvania

The kilns were soon superseded by rotary kiln technology that required very little labo

Coppertown Usa
Calumet, Michigan

Michigan's Copper Industry began thousands of years ago when ancient miners chipped awa

Coral Castle
Homestead, Florida

A garden of carved stone, baffling in its construction, is the work of the reclusive Ed

Corcoran Gallery Of Art
Washington, District Of Columbia

The Corcoran Gallery of Art stands as a major center of American art, both historic and

Cordell Hull State Park
Byrdstown, Tennessee

The Cordell Hull Birthplace and Museum is a historic site owned by the State of Tenness

Corning Painted Post Historical Society & Benjamin Patterson Inn Museum
Corning, New York

The society was founded in 1947 "to collect local historical data, to diffuse the knowl

Cornwall Iron Furnace
Lebanon, Pennsylvania

Cornwall Furnace is indeed a unique survivor of the early American iron industry.

Coronado National Memorial
Sierra Vista, Arizona

The creation of the Memorial was not to protect any tangible artifacts related to the e

Coronado State Monument
Bernalillo, New Mexico

The pueblo of Kuaua was occupied from 1300 AD and abandoned near the end of the 16th Ce

Coryell County Museum
Gatesville, Texas

The Coryell Museum and Historical Center will provide a wide range of cultural, educati

Costa Mesa Historical Society Museum
Costa Mesa, California

Unique exhibits contain natural and man-made objects, photographs and maps, newspapers,

Cotton Gin Park
Franklin, Tennessee

This one acre historic park is a monument to the assault on the Cotton Gin during the B

Cotton Museum At The Memphis Cotton Exchange
Memphis, Tennessee

The mission of the Cotton Museum at the Memphis Cotton Exchange is to share the story o

Cottonlandia Museum
Greenwood, Mississippi

The archaeology collection, on loan from the L.B.