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Historic Sites

Old Fort Niagara
Youngstown, New York

Old Saint Paul's Cemetery
Baltimore, Maryland

This historic cemetery features the graves of some of the most notable names in early A

Patterson Park
Baltimore, Maryland

Patterson Park is a large public park in Baltimore with many recreational activities an

Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial
Put-in-Bay, Ohio

This memorial remembers the soldiers of the Battle of Lake Erie and the War of 1812.

Pride Of Baltimore II
Baltimore, Maryland

This reproduction of an 1812-era Baltimore Clipper privateer represents the great marit

River Raisin Battlefield
Monroe, Michigan

This is the site of the Battle of Frenchtown, where British and Native American forces

Riversdale House Museum
Riverdale Park, Maryland

This beautifully restored 19th century estate, which offers tours to the public, was ho

Sackets Harbor Battlefield
Sackets Harbor, New York

The Sackets Harbor Battlefield was the site of two battles during the War of 1812.

St. Michaels Museum
St. Michaels, Maryland

This local history museum highlights a crucial War of 1812 battle as well as the life t

Star Spangled Banner Flag House
Baltimore, Maryland

Mary and her daughter Caroline moved into the ho

Susquehanna Museum
Havre de Grace, Maryland

 

Tangier Island History Museum
Tangier, Virginia

This museum tells the history of the many people who have inhabited the island, includi

The Cabildo
New Orleans, Louisiana

The Cabildo was the seat of colonial government in New Orleans, Louisiana; declared a N

The Hermitage Home Of President Andrew Jackson
Nashville, Tennessee

The Hermitage mansion has been meticulously restored to its 1837 appearance and today l

U.S.S. Constitution Museum
Boston, Massachusetts

This naval museum is dedicated to the USS Constitution, the oldest warship still in com

USS Constitution
Charlestown, Massachusetts

Nicknamed "Old Ironsides," the oldest warship still in commission first launched in 179

Villa Louis
Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin

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