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    In 1853, the B&O Railroad arrived in Wheeling with the first passenger station located at the mouth of Big Wheeling Creek on the Ohio River. The rising number of train passengers called for a new pass... Learn More
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    Until 1824, Harper's Ferry relied on the ferry of the same name for transportation across the Potomac River. Since then, five bridges have been built over the Potomac, though only two are still standi... Learn More
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    This small station dates to 1891, making it the country's second oldest still-active train station. Its designer E. Francis Baldwin was the B&O's top architect at the time, creating hundreds of buildi... Learn More
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    The city of Grafton thrived when the B&O Railroad came to the area in 1852. The B&O Railroad Station and Willard Hotel in Grafton, West Virginia were constructed in years 1911-1912, during the locomot... Learn More
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    According to the Mountain Site of Maryland, B'er Chayim is currently a member of the Union of Reform Jews. The history of affiliations has varied over the years, however, ranging from Orthodox when fi... Learn More
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    The B'nai Abraham Synagogue, now the B'nai Abraham Museum and Cultural Center, was a Jewish synagogue located in Virginia, Minnesota. Built in 1909, it is a red-brick building constructed in the Roman... Learn More
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    The B’nai Israel Congregation began during the first decade following the Civil War. The Board of Trustees was established on April 12, 1873. The Supreme Bench of Baltimore City approved the charter o... Learn More
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    Designed in the Art Deco style, B'nai Israel Synagogue was built in 1937. It is listed, along with the Montefiore Cemetery, on the National Register of Historic Places. The congregation itself was for... Learn More
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    The historic synagogue, opened in 1891, was the second permanent house of worship in Salt Lake City for Congregation B'nai Israel. The conclusion of the "Mormon Conflict" in 1857 helped the Jewish com... Learn More
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    Built in 1906 and located just south of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in Middletown, the B’nai Jacob Synagogue is the oldest building erected as a synagogue in continuous use in Dauphin County. The synago... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The National Ballpark Museum is commonly recognized as B's Ballpark Museum. It is an amazing tribute to baseball stadiums around the nation! The museum relies less on the game and more on where the ga... Learn More
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    B-52 Bomber Crash at Savage Mountain DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    A B-52 bomber with a crew of five and two thermonuclear bombs on it crashed in a snow storm on Big Savage Mountain, near Grantsville, Garrett County, on January 13, 1964. The result was a massive sear... Learn More
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    At the Kahl Farm in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota a B-52 Bomber crash landed. The bomber was carrying 8 crew members for a nuclear simulation on Minneapolis. One survived and this place marks the are... Learn More
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    The B-Reactor was constructed as part of the top secret Manhattan Project to produce plutonium during World War II. The reactor succeeded in its first nuclear chain reaction in September of 1944, and... Learn More
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    This Building is used for international students studying various languages. B.B Comer served as a Governor of Alabama, and he was born in November 7, 1848, and died August 15, 1927. He was born in Sp... Learn More
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    This historical marker is located near the site where "The King of the Blues" was born. Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Indianola, Mississippi, the home of legendary guitarist and King of the Blues, Riley "B.B." King, houses a museum in honor of such a distinguished legend within American Music. Opened on... Learn More
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    Located within Chicago's historic Motor Row District. The showroom opened its doors in 1911 to sell and distribute B.F. Goodrich tires to Chicago retailers. Similar to many of the buildings located i... Learn More
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    The Babbie Rural & Farm Learning Museum is located in Peru, New York, and its mission is to educate the public about rural life in the Champlain Valley and the Adirondack Mountains during the late 19t... Learn More
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    Built in 1881, the Babcock House is an interesting example of eclecticism in late Victorian architecture. Opulent interior and working gas lighting, excellent example of the homes of wealthy Victorian... Learn More
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    Babcock State Park is located in Danese, West Virginia. The park features over four thousand acres of forest, with trails that are ideal for seasoned hikers as well as new explorers. The park offers e... Learn More
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    The Babcock-Macomb House is a historical home originally contracted to be built by Kate Woodman Babcock, and it is located in Washington, DC. After the death of her husband Joseph W. Babcock, Kate com... Learn More
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    Since its opening in 1976, the Babe Didrikson Zaharias Museum has worked to share the history of the most influential female athlete of the early 20th century. Ella "Babe" Didrikson dominated women's... Learn More
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    On February 6, 1895, George Herman Ruth was born in Pigtown, Baltimore, MD. Later in life, this boy would be famously known as Babe Ruth, one of the greatest sluggers in the history of baseball. Trave... Learn More
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    Gate of Heaven Cemetery is where the final resting place of baseball legend Babe Ruth can be found. Gate of Heaven was purchased by the Trustees of St. Patrick's Cathedral in 1916 and was declared sa... Learn More
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    Standing unobtrusively in front of the District Engineer's Office, on the grounds of the North Carolina Division of Highways facility, at the corner of Southern Avenue and Gillespie Street, in Fayette... Learn More
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    Buffalo native Ani DiFranco was a singer-songwriter who created Babeville – a multi-use facility devoted to the arts. She saved and then converted a historic church into this performing arts space. Di... Learn More
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    Babyland General Hospital serves as a gift shop and museum and dedicated to the history of the Cabbage Patch doll. Xavier Roberts created the first dolls and the concept of the "cabbage patch" while s... Learn More
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    Argyle Park commemorates the history of the Babylon Hotel which was located here and was the birthplace of the Cuban Giants, the first African American professional baseball team. A group of players f... Learn More
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    The Bachelor Girls Library Club was formed in Rusk, Texas, by fifteen young single women who met at the Acme Hotel to discuss their reading interests. The group began with fewer than fifty books but w... Learn More
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    Back Cove is an important and often-visited estuary basin in northern Portland, Maine. The cove is particularly notable due to the large parkway and extensive hiking trails that encircle it. The parkw... Learn More
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    At The Backstreet Cultural Museum, visitors can find an amazing assortment of memorabilia indigenous to Mardi Gras, jazz funerals and other traditions found only in New Orleans. The museum houses the... Learn More
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    Home to planter Arthur Allen in the 17th century, this historic structure is the oldest brick home in the United States and is best known for its role in Bacon's Rebellion, a 1676 uprising against the... Learn More
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    Over the course of two days in early August 1832, the Battle of Bad Axe - known as the Bad Axe Massacre by historians since the 1850's - took place near this location. This devastating massacre of Nat... Learn More
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    Badger Iredell Law Office DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    This one-room frame building typifies late-18th and early-19th century office buildings. Two lawyers prominent in North Carolina politics shared the office: George Edmund Badger, a state legislator, j... Learn More
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    America's Only Restored Bonanza Farm Learn More
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    A Florida state park located on Big Pine Key. This location has world class beaches as well as pieces from Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railway Extension. Learn More
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    Bailey Farm once served as the headquarters for Ulysses S. Grant and William T. Sherman during the American Civil War. It was here that the Battle of Jackson was fought and Union General Ulysses... Learn More
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    Constructed in 1900, this building was first the home of the University of Kansas' Chemistry Department. It is the namesake of famed University of Kansas professor of chemistry E. H. S. Bailey, formal... Learn More
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    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Bailey House Museum is one of the earliest Western-style structures in Wailuku. It was first built in 1833 by missionary Reverend Jonathan Green... Learn More
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    Architect William Lang designed the Bailey House for George B. Bailey, a real estate agent and investor, in 1889. Lang was a popular and prolific architect with Denver’s upper class residents. He desi... Learn More
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    This ballpark was home to the Battle Creek Belles, an All-American Girls Professional Baseball League team, for the duration of its time in Battle Creek, 1951-1952. Though the stadium no longer stands... Learn More
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    The trail runs through the woods that American author William Faulkner, perhaps pondering his next great work, once often walked. Today, it connects the University of Mississippi museum and Rowen Oak,... Learn More
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    Built in 1871 for the Bailey family in Evanston, Illinois, the Michelet family purchased the house in 1896 and had it moved to its current Wilmette location. The Baileys represented many of the larger... Learn More
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    On March 30, 1942, two hundred twenty–seven men, women and children — two–thirds of them American citizens — were forcibly removed from their homes by US Army soldiers and put on a ferry to Seattle's... Learn More
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    Built in 1987 and expanded in 2009, the Baitul Hameed Mosque is one of the largest mosques for Muslims adhering to the Ahmadiyya religious movement, which originated in India in 1889. The building has... Learn More
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    The Baker Branch Library is a historical building designed by architect Orville Lee Clark in the Classical Revival style. Construction took two years, and the library opened on July 8, 1915. The build... Learn More
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    215 W German St. In 1800 John Baker, a local attorney, purchased this house, adjacent to the Rickard House. He served in Congress and the Virginia legislature as a Federalist. In 1817 he bought the Ne... Learn More
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    Baker House DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    Neo-Colonial built around 1900. Learn More
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    Baker Mansion was built between 1844-1848 for Elias Baker and his family. Today, the mansion is home to the Blair County Historical Society. The Society was established in 1906 and operates several hi... Learn More

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