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    The Norfolk and Western Railroad's Union Station was one of the most prominent landmarks in the town of Kenova for much of the twentieth century. The large, two story, yellow brick station was built i... Learn More
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    N.K. Lynch House, 1904 DRAFT - In Progress
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    A Neoclassical Victorian House, N.K. Lynch built the Monroe Dept. Store Building. Learn More
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    The Silent Protest Parade, organized by W.E.B. Du Bois and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, saw 8000 to 10,000 African Americans march along Fifth Avenue on July 28, 191... Learn More
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    In 1932, a delegation of NAACP members led by W. E. B. DuBois journeyed to Storer College’s campus and attempted to place a plaque honoring abolitionist John Brown. John Brown’s Fort, the armory engin... Learn More
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    Located behind the historic Central Fire Station (built in 1952), this small museum was created in 1996. Although the museum is not open regular hours, tours are available by appointment while visitor... Learn More
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    The Nacogdoches Railroad Depot was built by Southern Pacific Railways to replace the original wooden depot and opened on April 3 of 1911. The wooden depot was built in May of 1910 and burned to the gr... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Republic of Texas chartered Nacogdoches University in 1845. As a result, Nacogdoches University was probably the first non-sectarian institution of higher learning in Texas. The institution purc... Learn More
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    This handsome building was constructed in 1888 as the home for businessman Erasmus Nagle and his wife and son. Today it is a popular bed and breakfast. By the time he built the home, Nagle owned busin... Learn More
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    The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame has 361 inductees that were either players, coaches, refs, contributors, or teams. Also called Hoop Hall, The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame ha... Learn More
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    Nancy Hart Douglas Memorial DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    Nancy Hart Douglas (1846-1902) was a scout, spy, and guide for the Confederacy during the Civil War. Hart first served with the Moccasin Rangers, a Confederate guerrilla group in West Virginia. Hart l... Learn More
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    Billed as "the last great hall built in this century," Bass Hall graces the Fort Worth skyline. Featuring two intricately crafted 48-foot high limestone angles on the front facade, the artwork and cra... Learn More
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    Nancy Melvina "Vinnie" Caldwell DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    One of the earliest women to win election to Virginia's House of Delegates, Vinnie Caldwell also helped her family operate the Bluemont Hotel (no longer standing) on the northwest corner of Main and C... Learn More
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    Nanih Waiya Mound holds great significance for the Choctaw Indians, who consider it to be the heart of their culture. It is 25 feet tall, 218 feet long, and 140 feet wide. The mound plays a central ro... Learn More
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    The Nansen Ski Club is the oldest continuously-operating skiing club in North America. It was founded in 1872 by Norwegian immigrants in Berlin, New Hampshire, under the name Berlin Mills Ski Club, Be... Learn More
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    The Nanticoke Indian Museum is the only Native American museum in Delaware. Located east of Millsboro and west of Long Neck on John J. Williams Highway, the museum is a National Historic Landmark and... Learn More
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    Naomi Silverman Cohn DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    Activist Naomi Silverman Cohn lived at this Grove Avenue home at the time she cofounded the Virginia Women's Council of Legislative Chairmen of State Organizations, through which she advocated social... Learn More
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    The Naper Settlement is an interactive, outdoor history museum that tells the history of how life changed throughout the 19th century for old settlement villagers. Established in 1969 by the Napervil... Learn More
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    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places (1974), the Naples Depot Museum is located in the former train depot built by the Seaboard Air Line in 1927, which constructed the building along wit... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Naples Historical Society offers the Palm Cottage house museum (built in 1895), research and genealogy library, and the Norris Gardens. The Palm Cottage house museum, treasured and respected symb... Learn More
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    Napoleon Bonaparte French (1811-1899) was born in 1811 to David French, the youngest son of settler and Revolutionary War soldier Matthew French and Sally Payne French, both of whom are buried up Wolf... Learn More
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    The Napoleon House, like numerous other buildings in the French Quarter of New Orleans, is a local landmark. Added to the National Register of Historic Places and designated a National Historic Landma... Learn More
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    NASA's Ames Research Center is a leading research facility that plays an important role in many of NASA's missions. The facility is home to over $3 billion in equipment, and has been in operation sinc... Learn More
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    NASA's Christopher Kraft Jr. Mission Control Center is where highly trained personnel monitor flight control for America's human space program, including coordinating with astronauts aboard the Intern... Learn More
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    The NASCAR Hall of Fame is an 86,500 square foot state-of-the-art facility with over five acres of exhibits and interactive displays which not only share the history of the sport but preserves it. Exh... Learn More
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    Nash Farm Park was the site of the largest Cavalry raid in Georgia’s history and a huge Confederate campsite. The Nash Farm Battlefield is a park owned by the Henry County Board of Commissioners. It i... Learn More
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    This local history museum is dedicated to the experiences of African Americans in upstate New York. Reverend Edward Nash was a leading member of Buffalo's African American community and pastor of the... Learn More
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    The Nash-Hooper House was built in 1772 by Francis Nash, who was a Revolutionary War leader of the Continental Army who was killed in action at the Battle of Germantown in Pennsylvania. In 1782, Willi... Learn More
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    The Nasher Sculpture Center houses one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary sculptures in the world. Graced with works by Matisse, Picasso, Giacometti and many others, amenities includ... Learn More
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    The Nashville Arcade was constructed from 1902-1903 in what was then Overton Alley by businessman Daniel C. Buntin, who was inspired by the Italian Galleria Vittoria Emanuele II Arcade in Milan. The A... Learn More
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    The Nashville City Cemetery, located at 1001 Fourth Avenue South at Oak Street, was established in 1820 and opened in 1822. It is the oldest continuously operating public cemetery in Nashville. Many d... Learn More
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    This beautiful Gothic Revival building was constructed beginning in 1875 and originally called the Customs House, Courthouse, Post Office Building. Other sections were added on in the coming decades.... Learn More
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    Over a hundred students entered three Nashville establishments known to draw the color line on February 13, 1960. After the employees of Woolworths, The S. H. Kress Department Store, and the McClellan... Learn More
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    The Nashville Zoo is built upon the site of Grassmere, a former antebellum plantation that was first established in 1810. Zoo officials and members of the community relocated the city's zoo to Grassme... Learn More
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    Nassau Hall is the oldest and most historic building on Princeton's campus. A National Historic Landmark, it was built in 1756 and designed by Robert Smith, a prominent architect who specialized in th... Learn More
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    Natchez National Cemetery is the final resting place of soldiers who fought in the U.S. Civil War. It is also the final resting places of recruiters and political leaders such as Hiram R. Revels, the... Learn More
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    Natchez National Historical Park DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    Natchez, MS is known as being one of the most important towns in MS History. The park is filled with structures that were inhabited by the inhabitants in the past of this town. Natchez draws its name... Learn More
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    Natchez Trace Parkway - National Park Service DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    The Natchez Trace Parkway stretches over 400 miles between Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee. Roughly following the old Natchez Trace, it was a Native-American trail that was also followed by "Kaint... Learn More
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    Natchez Trace Parkway - National Park Service DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    The Natchez Trace Parkway is one of the most scenic and historic routes in the United States. It begins near Nashville, Tennessee and ends in Natchez, Mississippi, passing through Alabama along the wa... Learn More
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    The Nath Sculpture Garden is a 2.5 acre garden in front the Art Museum of WVU. It features a labyrinth-like path, works of art, and a variety of plants. The sculpture garden was developed and funded b... Learn More
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    Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest operated a slave-trading business at this location during the 1850s. Forrest is notorious for murdering hundreds of African American soldiers after they surr... Learn More
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    Nathan Bedford Forrest has been a controversial figure throughout history. He made a fortune trading slaves before the Civil War, allegedly led a massacre of black Union Troops after they surrendered... Learn More
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    The Nathan Boone State Historic Site is located northwest of Springfield, Missouri just north of the town of Ash Grove. The site was the former homestead of Nathan Boone, the youngest son of Daniel Bo... Learn More
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    The Nathan Goff Jr. House was built from 1880 until completion in 1883, and belonged to a prominent figure in Clarksburg, and the state of West Virginia. Goff was the United States District Attorney f... Learn More
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    This bronze statue commemorating famous patriot Nathan Hale stands in Yale's Old Campus, next to Connecticut Hall, Hale's former dormitory. After graduating from Yale in 1773, he worked as a teacher a... Learn More
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    The Nathan Scarritt Home was built around 1852 by Dr. J. O. Boggs. The home is the oldest standing frame house in Westport. In the 1850s, Rev. Nathan Scarritt of the Westport Methodist Church resided... Learn More
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    Nathan Simms was the 14 year old “slave boy” who became famous for aiding both the escape and capture of John Wilkes Booth after assassinating President Abraham Lincoln in 1865. Simms’s unwitting par... Learn More
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    Dedicated on July 3, 1915, this 27-foott tall monument honors Nathanael Green, a Major General in the American Revolution. The monument consists of two statues, one with Nathanael Greene on a stallion... Learn More
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    This was once the home of Nathaniel Bowditch, the founder of modern navigation, and is now a National Historic Landmark and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It currently serves as t... Learn More
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    One of the 20th century's most prominent architects, Nathaniel Curtis, designed and lived in this modernist home from 1963 until his death in 1997. By far his most enduring work is the the Superdome i... Learn More
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    This historic home was originally built in 1746 by Isaac Drake for his son, Nathaniel. It is one of the few remaining 18th century structures left in Plainfield. Today it is a museum and serves as the... Learn More

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