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Historic Sites

Cottonwood Ranch
Hoxie, Kansas

John Fenton Pratt had no idea when he started building his ranch th

Country Doctor Museum
Bailey, North Carolina

The Country Doctor Museum invites people of all ages to visit and learn about the histo

Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum
Nashville, Tennessee

Started in 1961 by the Country Music Association, the Country Music Hall of Fame select

Courthouse Square Association
Charlotte, Michigan

On the Courthouse Square in beautiful downtown Charlotte, stands the 1885 Eaton County

Cove Fort
Between Fillmore and Beaver, Utah

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

Coventry Historical Society
Coventry, Connecticut

As part of the mission, the society provides local schools with materials and resources

Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society
Port Washington, New York

The society maintains the Sands-Willets House, part of which dates from the early 1700s

Cowboy Hall Of Fame
Medora, North Dakota

Display areas interpret and honor Native Americans, trail drivers, homesteaders, ranche

Cowgirl Museum And Hall Of Fame
Fort Worth, Texas

Celebrate the Cowgirl Experience – activities and exhibits that capture the extraordina

Cowpens National Battlefield
Gaffney, South Carolina

Cowpens National Battlefield is a Revolutionary War battle site that commemorates the v

Castalian Springs, Tennessee

Cragfont was the home of General James Winchester, a protagonist of the American Revolu

Crailo State Historic Site
Renesselaer, New York

This museum depicts colonial New Netherland history in the upper Hudson Valley.

Cranbury History Center
Cranbury, New Jersey

In 1736, the land now occupied by the Gristmiller's House and the Cranbury Firehouse wa

Cranbury Museum
Cranbury, New Jersey

In 1975, the Arthur E.

Crane Phillips House Living Museum
Cranford, New Jersey

The museum offers visitors a rare glimpse of what life was like for a modest family in

Crane's Museum
Williamsburg, Missouri

The Crane Family moved to the Williamsburg area in 1828 and has only moved about 7 mile

Crater Rock Museum
Central Point, Oregon

The Smith's collection and the collections and donations of members and others has crea

Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation
Crazy Horse, South Dakota

It's been nearly 35 years since the construction of the first wing of the Indian Museum

Crosby Arboretum
Picayune, Mississippi

The Pinecote Pavilion and the many wooden bridges that complement the lake were designe

Cross County Historical Society
Wynne, Arkansas

The extensive archival collection held by this local history organization allows visito

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center
Cortez, New Mexico

The Archaeological Center is dedicated to preserving the rich history of the ancestral

Crow Wing County Historical Society
Brainerd, Minnesota

The Crow Wing County Historical Society has been keeping tabs on Crow Wing County's his

Crown Point State Historic Site
Crown Point, New York

During the French and Indian War, Ft.

Crystal River Archaeological State Park
Crystal River, Florida

A focal point of pre-Columbian Native American ceremony and commerce, the Crystal River

Cub River/shoshone Indian Trail
Preston, Idaho

Traveling up the Cub River from the Bear River and over into Bear Lake valley you will

Cumberland County Historical Society
Carlisle, Pennsylvania

Cumberland County Prehistorical Museum
Greenwich, New Jersey

To visit the museum is to enter the world of the Indians who inhabited the lower Delawa

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
Cumberland Gap, Tennessee

At Cumberland Gap, the first great gateway to the west, follow the buffalo, the Native

Cumberland Islands National Seashore
St. Marys, Georgia

Preserved and protected for future generations, Cumberland Island National Seashore inc

Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad
Chama, New Mexico

The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad was originally constructed in 1880 as part of