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    D.G. Yuengling and Son is the oldest operating brewing company in the United States. It was established in 1829 and is one of the largest breweries in the country. In 2011, based on sales, Yuengling w... Learn More
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    The Dabbs House has served as both a historic home, a police station, a home for the poor, and a headquarters for Confederate General Robert E. Lee during two critical months of the Civil War. Today,... Learn More
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    The Dacotah Prairie Museum features an annual rotation of exhibits pertaining to local history, culture, wild life, and geography. Daily presentations, seasonal camps, and a revolving cycle of exhibit... Learn More
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    The Dade Battlefield Historic Memorial is the location of a massacre and skirmishes between the Seminoles and American troops after the Native American's resistance to leave the area and head to reser... Learn More
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    Founded in 1909 and residing on Palm Avenue since 1926 The Dade City Women’s Club has been a communal influence on town people for century's now. The building was accepted into the National Register o... Learn More
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    The Dade-Commonwealth Building, also known as the Meyer-Kiser Building, was built in 1925. Its construction came during a downtown building frenzy amidst the Florida Land Boom of the 1920s. The Commer... Learn More
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    Dai Loy Mu is a small museum that was once as a Chinese gambling house in Locke, a tiny riverside town near Walnut Grove, CA. Opening in 1915, the building served the Chinese of the area who worked on... Learn More
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    The Daifukuji Soto Mission is the oldest Zen Buddhist temple in Hawaii. The structure was built in 1921 but the mission itself was officially founded in 1914. That year Reverend Kaiseki Kodama built a... Learn More
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    The Daily News Building, also known as The News Building, was the home of the New York Daily News. It is known as the model for the headquarters of the fictional newspaper Daily Planet, the building w... Learn More
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    Currently an empty lot, this site is all that remains of Wilmington’s locally run African American newspaper, the "Daily Record". Central to the rising tension and unfolding of the horrors one day in... Learn More
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    Home to Civil Rights activist Daisy Bates (1914-1999), the Daisy Bates House is a National Historical Landmark for its role in the Civil Rights Movement and the Little Rock Central High School desegre... Learn More
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    The Daisy Flour Mill was built in 1840 and is the only flour mill still standing on Irondequoit Creek. It is now Gatherings Catering Company, which holds banquets for weddings, anniversaries, parties,... Learn More
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    These historic markers commemorate the actions of Dakota Chief Maza sa during the US-Dakota War. Learn More
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    Established in 1986, this museum offers a variety of static displays of historic aircraft and other exhibits that preserve and share the history of military aviation in North Dakota. Static displays o... Learn More
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    Dale Earnhardt is widely regarded as one of the greatest NASCAR drivers of all time. Earnhardt lost his life in February 18, 2001, while competing in the Daytona 500. The statue of Dale Earnhardt Sr.... Learn More
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    Dale Earnhardt fatally crashed on February 18, 2001, during the Daytona 500. During the final lap, Earnhardt crashes, hitting the wall, and is instantly killed in what is considered one of the most tr... Learn More
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    Located in the historic Loop of Downtown Chicago, the Daley Civic Center opened in 1966 and hosts various family friendly events. During the summer, the building's plaza regularly hosts various farmer... Learn More
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    Dalgain is an early 20th century home in the South Hills neighborhood of Charleston, WV that was designed by H. Rus Warne. It is an American four square design featuring Italianate influences. The hou... Learn More
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    Built around 1870, this Victorian-style house was home to George and Emma Merritt. Both of the Merritt's were doctors, and practised medicine in their home. Emma was a very significant figure in the w... Learn More
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    Situated just to the northeast of Dallas, the 66-acre Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden first opened its doors to the public in 1984. It owes its existence largely to the Dallas Arboretum and Bot... Learn More
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    In 1885, Dallas’ only public hospital was a small frame building on Lamar Street known as City Hospital. From 1907 to 1913, May Forster Smith, a private duty nurse, worked at the area hospitals and s... Learn More
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    The Dallas County Courthouse is a historic building in Adel, Iowa. It was built in 1902 and designed by architect George Bird of the firm Proudfoot and Bird in the French Renaissance Revival style. It... Learn More
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    The objective of the Dallas Firefighters Museum is to create exhibits to preserve the antique, equipment, artifacts, and photos for future generations. From its inception in 1972, the facility has an... Learn More
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    Dallas Hall comprised the entirety of Southern Methodist University when it was completed in 1915 and remained the university’s only building for a decade. Since that time, SMU has grown considerably... Learn More
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    Dallas Heritage Village is a living history museum located in historic Old City Park. The Village is composed of dozens of historic buildings that have been moved to this location. Each building dates... Learn More
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    Founded in 1984, this museum is dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust and sharing the moral and ethical response to prejudice, hate, and indifference. Located in Dallas' historic West En... Learn More
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    Dallas Municipal Building opened in 1914 as the city's fourth City Hall. After the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested and jailed in the Municipal Building on No... Learn More
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    The Dallas Museum Of Art houses 23,000 works of art from all over the world that span 5,000 years of human history. The museum was founded by the Dallas Art Association in April of 1909 which had prev... Learn More
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    The Dalles Civic Auditorium is a historic building on the National Register of Historic Places. It was an important center of cultural and recreational activity for its community and region, and after... Learn More
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    Dallidet Adobe, State Historical Landmark #720, is unique among adobes on the Central Coast of California. The adobe is currently open to the public for educational tours, events, and weddings. Built... Learn More
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    The Underground Railroad in Iowa John Brown Freedom Trail 1859 - Stop Number Six Iowa Freedom Project Learn More
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    This local museum specializes in the early history of Coffeyville, including the famous final stand of the infamous Dalton gang. Despite the museum's use of savvy marketing to attract visitors to the... Learn More
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    Though there is little to nothing to identify the Dalton Wells site as significant, the spot--roughly thirteen miles north of Moab--played a role in two of the most significant events in twentieth cen... Learn More
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    Located outside of Sunlife Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins, there is a statue of Hall of Fame Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino. This record breaking quarterback was honored with a life size bronze... Learn More
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    The Dana Adobe home was occupied by the Dana family from 1839 to 1889 and the Hourihan and Grisingher families from 1902 to 1916. The adobe fell into a state of decline until Fred Dana’s son, Alonzo,... Learn More
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    The Dana-Thomas house is a Frank Lloyd Wright designed home in Springfield, Illinois. It was built between 1902-1904 (an attached library was completed in 1906) and is the best preserved and most comp... Learn More
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    Danbury Station was built in 1903 to serve the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. The station complex had a freight house, an engine house, a round house, and a turntable. Alfred Hitchcock's 195... Learn More
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    Founded in 1975 as the Danforth Museum of Art, Danforth Art serves as an important arts center for the surrounding region. It holds a collection of 3,500 American artworks dating from the 18th century... Learn More
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    Danforth Memorial Library, was built in 1905 and known as "Paterson Free Public Library" for many of its early years. This title reflects the fact that many early libraries were private organizations... Learn More
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    Archaeological site in the Bonneville Basin where archaeologists have found artifacts of the Desert Culture from about 9500 BCE until 500 CE. The extremely dry cave had created an ideal storage condit... Learn More
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    This home was where Daniel "Chappie" James Jr. was born and raised. James would go on to join the Air Force with the Tuskegee Airmen in 1942. He would fly missions in the Korean War and the Vietnam Wa... Learn More
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    Built in 1952 by area college students, Daniel Boone Amphitheater holds 2500 audience members and is best known for its annual showing of "Horn in the West." The work of playwright Kermit Hunter, Horn... Learn More
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    Constructed in 1912, and formerly located on the grounds of Appalachian State University’s campus, the Daniel Boone Cabin Monument is said to be made from remains of a cabin believed to belong to Dani... Learn More
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    The gravesite of well-known frontiersman Daniel Boone overlooks the city of Frankfort from the Frankfort Cemetery. It is also the gravesite of Boone’s wife Rebecca Boone. Boone died in Missouri in 182... Learn More
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    American pioneer. Explorer. Woodsman. Daniel Boone’s frontier expeditions and role in the settlement of Kentucky and the Revolutionary War has made him a true folk hero, and people looking to learn mo... Learn More
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    The Daniel Boone Hotel was a substantial, simply detailed 1920s commercial hotel prominently sited on a hill above East King Street in the downtown district of Boone, North Carolina. Built in 1925,... Learn More
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    The Daniel Boone Hotel was built in 1929 by a group of Charleston citizens known as the Community Hotel Corporation to provide an elegant place for politicians and visiting dignitaries to stay in... Learn More
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    Daniel Boone Park is a public park with a boat ramp and shelter areas for picnics. It is named after the famous frontiersman Daniel Boone because it is said that he took residence in a cave close to... Learn More
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    Built in 1821, this historic home is one of the two oldest buildings in Kenton County and was the boyhood home of Daniel Carter Beard, one of the founders of the Boy Scouts of America. He served as th... Learn More

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