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Caramoor Center For Music And The Arts
Katonah, New York

The Rosen House, built around a central courtyard, is the former summer home of Caramoo

Carpenters' Historic Hall
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Since its founding, Carpenters’ House has been the home to numerous tenants in the arts

Carroll Mansion And Phoenix Shot Tower
Baltimore, Maryland

Two sites operated by Carroll Museums, located in historic Jonestown, which was founded

Castillo De San Marcos National Monument
St. Augustine, Florida

Begun in 1672, the Castillo de San Marcos is the last 17th century fort left in the Uni

Castle Of Marietta, The
Marietta, Ohio

The Castle of Marietta is the backdrop where groups and individuals of all ages come to

Castlewood Plantation House
Chesterfield, Virginia

One of the finest Palladian style period houses in Chesterfield County, Castlewood has

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

Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum
Chesapeake Beach, Maryland

Located in a train station that was in operation from 1900 until the Great Depression,

Clarke County Historical Museum
Grove Hill, Alabama

Housed in the historic Alston-Cobb house, the Clar

Clermont State Historic Site
Germantown, New York

Clermont became the home of the historic Livingston family in 1728 when Robert Livingst

Conrad Caldwell House Museum
Louisville, Kentucky

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

Coral Castle
Homestead, Florida

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

Cornwall Iron Furnace
Lebanon, Pennsylvania

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

Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society
Port Washington, New York

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

Castalian Springs, Tennessee

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

Daniel Boone Home
Defiance, Missouri

The adjoining Boonesfield Village is a collection of historic buildings from throughout

Debary Hall Historic Site
DeBary, Florida

Visitors to Debary Hall will learn about the nineteenth-century tourism that overtook F

Decatur House Museum
Washington, District Of Columbia

The Decatur House, designed by the father of American architecture, Benjamin Henry Latr

Deland Memorial Hospital Museum
Deland, Florida

Currently a museum housing eight galleries and exhibits, The DeLand Memorial Hospital w

Delaware & Hudson Canal Museum
High Falls, New York

Nearly 4,000 artifacts maps, models, paintings, and documents relating to the canal’s 1

Denison Society & Homestead Museum
Mystic, Connecticut

This historic Denison house, Pequotsepos Manor, was the home for six generations of one

Dillon House
Fremont, Ohio

The Dillon House represents one of Fremont’s finest Victorian-era homes.

Dorchester County Historical Society
Cambridge, Maryland

Located on the Eastern Shore, the Dorchester County Historical Society is based out of

Dow Museum Of Historic Houses
St. Augustine, Florida

The nine houses in the Dow Museum of Historic Homes, dating from 1790 to 1910, are acco

Dr. James Ford Historic Home
Wabash, Indiana


Dubuque County Jail
Dubuque, Iowa

Rague’s architectural style is a fine example of Egyptian Revival architecture, fitting

Durham Museum
Omaha, Nebraska

The Durham Museum provides countless opportunities to discover Omaha's history.

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
New York, New York

The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum is a visual treat for everyone who looks up and sees it pe

Edison And Ford Winter Estates
Fort Myers, Florida

These estates feature changing special exhibits that explain the history and innovation

El Capitolio De Puerto Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico

For Puerto Ricans, El Capitolio de Puerto Rico stands as a powerful symbol of self-gove

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