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Historic Sites

First Reformed Church Of Fishkill
Fishkill, New York

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

Fort Lee Historic Park
Fort Lee, New York

In the southern portion of the Historic Park, winding paths lead past a reconstructed b

Fort Mackinac
Mackinac Island, Michigan

Fort Mackinac was a major military outpost during the Revolutionary War and War of 1812

Fort Mifflin On The Delaware
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Originally built in 1771 and continuously used by the U.S.

Fort Plain Museum & Historical Park
Fort Plain, New York

A significant fort during the Revolutionary War, Fort Plain in the Mohawk Valley exists

Fort Roberdeau
Altoona, Pennsylvania

This fort, built by General Daniel Roberdeau, set out to produce lead to make ammunitio

Fort Stanwix
Rome, New York

Known as "the fort that never surrendered," Fort Stanwix, under the command of Col.

Fort Ticonderoga
Ticonderoga, New York

Exhibits at the fort depict the natural and strategic geography of the historic landsca

Free Quaker Meeting House
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

When the call went out for able-bodied men to bear arms in the colonial militia, an unu

George Rogers Clark National Historical Park
Vincennes, Indiana

A 30-minute movie on Clark's western campaign is offered every 1/2 hour.

Glebe House Museum
Woodbury, Connecticut

Today, the Glebe House Museum and Jekyll Garden is a non-profit educational institution

Golden Fleece Tavern
Dover, Delaware

On December 17, 1787, Delaware ratified the Constitution at the Golden Fleece Tavern, t

Governors Island
New York, New York

Over the years, the island has served as the backdrop for a number of historic events.

Greenbrier Historical Society
Lewisburg, West Virginia

Greenbrier Historical Society is dedicated to community enrichment through the educatio

Guilford Courthouse National Military Park
Greensboro, North Carolina

Rangers or volunteers at the information desk are glad to help visitors with answers an

Gunston Hall Plantation
Mason Neck, Virginia

George Mason was instrumental in the framing of the United States government, but he sh

Hale Byrnes House
Newark, Delaware

Once the site of a war council that included Washington and Lafayette, this house playe

Historic Brunswick
Winnabow, North Carolina

In the late 1950s and early 1960s, archaeologists uncovered foundations from Brunswick'

Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site
Camden, South Carolina

Visitors may choose a guided or self-guided tour to learn about Camden's early history,

Historic Halifax
Halifax, North Carolina

This historic district was the site of significant events during the colonial and revol

Historic Kenmore Plantation
Fredericksburg, Virginia

One of Virginia's most elegant colonial mansions, Kenmore was built in the 1770s by Fie

House In The Horseshoe
Sanford, North Carolina

During the American Revolution, groups of citizen-soldiers called Whigs or revolutionis

Hubbardton Battlefield
Bomoseen, Vermont

Military historians note that of all the Revolutionary and Civil War battlefields in th

Independence Hall
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Constructed between 1732 and 1756 as the State House of the Province of Pennsylvania, i

Jay Heritage Center
Rye, New York

Located on 23 acres in Westchester County, the Jay Heritage Center celebrates the boyho

John Dickinson Plantation
Dover, Delaware

It was January 18, 1740 when Samuel Dickinson, a wealthy Quaker tobacco planter and mer

John Jay Homestead State Historic Site
Katonah, New York

John Jay co-authored the Treaty of Paris, which ended the Revolutionary War, and the Fe

Johnson Hall State Historic Site
Johnstown, New York

Kings Mountain National Military Park
Blacksburg, South Carolina

By exploring the Visitor Center, which includes a 26 minute film, exhibit area and 1.5

Knox's Headquarters State Historic Site
New Windsor, New York

From October 1782 until the spring of 1783, as 7,000 soldiers and 500 "camp followers"

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