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Historic Sites

City Of Sanibel Historical Village & Museum
Sanibel, Florida

This historical village has ben restored with pioneer buildings.

City Point Early History Museum At St. Dennis Chapel
Hopewell, Virginia

This local museum documents the history of Hopewell, Virginia.

Claude Moore Colonial Farm At Turkey Run
McLean, Virginia

The Farm is managed and operated by the Friends of Claude Moore Colonial Farm, through

Colonial Spanish Quarter
St. Augustine, Florida

As St.

Colonial Williamsburg
Williamsburg, Virginia

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation operates the world’s largest living history museum

Community Memorial Museum
Yuba City, California

The museum has a number of permanent exhibits on the Maidu Indians, early Sutter County

Connecticut State Library & Supreme Court Building
Hartford, Connecticut

The library and court building became an important repository of local and

Crailo State Historic Site
Renesselaer, New York

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

Crown Point State Historic Site
Crown Point, New York

During the French and Indian War, Ft.

Custom House Maritime Museum
New London, Connecticut

NLMS was formed in 1983 by a group of concerned citizens looking to save New London's "

Daniel Boone Homestead
Birdsboro, Pennsylvania

The Daniel Boone Homestead, located near Reading, Pennsylvania, is a state historic sit

Davenport House Museum
Savannah, Georgia

The Davenport House was opened as a museum in 1963 and recently restored to its origina

David Bradford House
Washington, Pennsylvania

Bradford was by all means an upstanding citizen, serving at one point as the Deputy Att

De Soto National Memorial
Bradenton, Florida

The Monument marks the supposed spot where Spanish explorer Hernando

Delaware Water Gap
Bushkill, Pennsylvania

For 40 miles the Middle Delaware River passes between low forested mountains with barel

Denver Mint
Denver, Colorado

Since Congress created the United States Mint on April 2, 1792, it has grown tremendous

Dewitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum
Williamsburg, Virginia

The museum journeys through the history of Williamsburg and also connects the city to B

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

Dunlawton Sugar Mill Botanical Gardens
Port Orange, Florida

Interpretive signs recount the history of this famous 16th century sugar mill and of th

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
New York, New York

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

Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture
Salisbury, Maryland

The Center is open to all scholars, historians and genealogists of all skill levels wit

El Morro (fort San Felipe Del Morro)
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Officially known as Fuerte San Felipe del Morro, this fort sits atop a high promontory

Eureka Schoolhouse
Springfield, Vermont

The careful reconstruction of this historic building was completed in 1968 by the Eurek

Fairfax Stone State Park
Thomas, West Virginia

The Fairfax Stone is one of the oldest markers in the United States.  It marks marks th

First Capitol
Belmont, Wisconsin

The First Capitol site features two buildings used during the 1836 Territorial Legislat

Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
Florissant, Colorado

The fossils, rocks, hills, and valleys that make up Florissant Fossil Beds National Mon

Fort Barrancas
Pensacola, Florida

The Fort Barrancas Area is on Taylor Road approximately a half mile east from the Museu

Fort Bedford Museum
Bedford, Pennsylvania

The fort was used as the staging point for a number of successful raids during the war.

Fort Caroline National Memorial
Jacksonville, Florida

The need to compete with their ocean-spanning 16th-century rivals, the Spanish, chased

Fort Christian
Charlotte Amalie, Virgin Islands (U.S.)

Governor Jørgen Iversen led the second expeditionary force from Denmark to St.

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