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Historic Sites

Amana Colonies
Amana, Iowa

The name Amana means to "remain faithful".

Arthur J. Moore Methodist Museum
St. Simons Island, Georgia

The Arthur J.

Barratt's Chapel and Museum
Frederica, Delaware

Under the direction of John Wesley after the American Revolutionary War, Thomas Coke an

Bear Lake State Park
Garden City, Utah

The Bear Lake Valley was first inhabited by Shoshoni Tribes, then fur trappers.

Biblical Resource Center
Collierville, Tennessee

The refurbished historic structure houses a library, theater, Bible lab, museum store,

Bishop Hill
Bishop Hill, Illinois

Many consider the Jansonist emigration as the beginning

Bishop White House
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Tours are limited to 10 people, and tickets are distributed on a first-come, first-serv

Boiling Spring Academy
Brentwood, Tennessee

The Boiling Spring Academy is a restored 1830 one room school house located in Primm Hi

Brigham Young Winter Home
St. George, Utah

This historic home contains Victorian and early pioneer style furnishings, including or

Canterbury Shaker Village
Canterbury, New Hampshire

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

Cathedral Basilica Of Saint Augustine
St. Augustine, Florida

First completed in 1565 of pine posts and cypress fronds by the founders of the city an

Centennial Cottege
Ocean Grove, New Jersey

Christ Church And Burial Ground
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“No other church has played a more significant role in our nation’s birth”, according t

Christ Episcopal Church
Napoleonville, Louisiana

One of the oldest Episcopal churches west of the Mississippi River, Christ Episcopal Ch

Church Of San Germán Auxerre
San Germán, Puerto Rico

The Church of San Germán Auxerre overlooks the town of San Germán's main plaza.

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

Cove Fort
Between Fillmore and Beaver, Utah

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

Diocese Of Helena
Helena, Montana

The Vicariate Apostolate of Nebraska was erected for Montana east of the Cascade Mounta

Dominican Sisters Of St. Cecilia
Nashville, Tennessee

In her history of St.

Echo Church And Museum
Echo, Utah

This 1876 church is now a museum with a photographs collection and docent-led tours.

Ephrata Cloister
Ephrata, Pennsylvania

One of America's earliest religious communities, the Ephrata Cloister was founded in 17

Evangelical Historical Society
Lancaster, Pennsylvania

The society is located on

First African Baptist Church
Lexington, Kentucky

The First African Baptist Church was founded c.1790 to serve the religious needs of Afr

First Indian Presbyterian Church
Kamiah, Idaho
Located on the first Kamiah town site in East Kamiah, the Rev. and Mrs. Henry T.
First Reformed Church Of Fishkill
Fishkill, New York

The church itself is one of the most historic buildings in all of Dutchess County.

Fort Douglas
Fort Douglas, Utah

The 1862 fort was built to protect telegraph and railroad lines from the Indian populat

Friends Meeting House
Lincoln, Rhode Island

The Quakers can boast of a long and rich historical legacy in America.

Friends Of White Water Shaker Village
Cincinnati, Ohio

The nucleus of the White Water settlement formed in 1822 when members of the Union Soci

Great Stone Face
Delta, Utah

When the Mormon Pioneers traveled hundreds of miles by wagon train and handcarts to set

Hancock Shaker Village
Hancock, Massachusetts

The Shakers trace their beginnings to Manchester, England, in 1747.

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