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Historic Sites

Clarke Historical Museum
Eureka, California

In an area rich with Native American and pioneer history, the Clarke Museum, housed in

Clemenceau Heritage Museum
Camp Verde, Arizona

In addition to photographs, artwork and other printed material, the museum houses a per

Coachella Valley Museum
Indio, California

The museum sets out to display the culture of Coachella Valley with constantly changing

Colorado History Museum
Denver, Colorado

Constructed in 1977, the museum preserves a collection of historic and prehistoric arti

Colossal Cave Mountain Park
Vail, Arizona

Among the mammals, Pack Rats, Deer Mice, Spotted Skunks, Striped Skunks, Ringtails, Fox

Community Memorial Museum
Yuba City, California

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

Connor Battlefield
Ranchester, Wyoming

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

Cooper Regional History Museum
Upland, California

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

Coronado National Memorial
Sierra Vista, Arizona

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

Costa Mesa Historical Society Museum
Costa Mesa, California

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

Cottonlandia Museum
Greenwood, Mississippi

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

Cowboy Hall Of Fame
Medora, North Dakota

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

Cranbury Museum
Cranbury, New Jersey

In 1975, the Arthur E.

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

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center
Cortez, New Mexico

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

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

Dade Battlefield Historic State Park
Bushnell, Florida

One of the bloodiest battles of the Second Seminole War was fought in this location.

De Soto National Memorial
Bradenton, Florida

The Monument marks the supposed spot where Spanish explorer Hernando

Del Norte County Historical Society Museum
Crescent City, California

The Main Museum has a wealth of interesting displays.

Delaware Water Gap
Bushkill, Pennsylvania

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

Depot Museum
Sonoma, California

The permanent exhibit depicts the Bear Flag Revolt of June 14, 1846, when a group of Am

Devils Tower
Devils Tower, Wyoming

Devils Tower rises 1267 feet above the Belle Fourche River.

Diocese Of Helena
Helena, Montana

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

Double Ditch
Bismarck, North Dakota

According to Mandan oral history, Double Ditch was one of seven to nine villages simult

Eastern California Museum
Independence, California

The Museum currently has an exhibit on barbed wire as well as the Inyo Good Roads Club

Eiteljorg Museum Of American Indians And Western Art
Indianapolis, Indiana

Eiteljorg described his collection as a very personal one that grew not only out of his