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    In 1823, the Troy Sentinel published a poem under the heading "Account of A Visit from St. Nicholas.” The poem is most commonly known by its first line, "'Twas the Night Before Christmas." Reading th... Learn More
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    The T. A. Leonard Barn is a historic 12-sided (dodecagon) barn located 3.5 miles southeast of Pullman, Washington. It was built in 1917 by farmer Thomas Andrew Leonard. It has remained relatively unch... Learn More
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    This mansion features the Classical Revival Style and was built for the family of Thomas Carson Taliaferro. Taliaferro established the Bank of Tampa in 1883. He also served as the chief of the city's... Learn More
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    This was the home of T. Thomas Fortune from 1901-1905. Fortune was one of the most influential African American leaders of the early 20th century. As a journalist and editor, Fortune's articles and ed... Learn More
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    The paintings of Hoosier artist T.C. Steele (1847-1926), seen in his Large Studio and home, illustrate a career spanning over 60 years and chronicle Steele’s development as an artist. Learn More
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    Theodore Gabriel Cupp started the T.G. Cupp Company, a roofing & metal business, in Warwood around 1917. In 1922, after his son Edwin entered the business, he renamed the company as T.G. Cupp & Sons.... Learn More
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    Opening its doors in 1902, the T.H. Hayes Funeral Home was the oldest African American owned business in Memphis. The funeral home operated for generations at this location and the building remained a... Learn More
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    Constructed by the Civil Conservation Corps in 1938, T.O. Fuller State Park became the first state park east of the Mississippi that was created for African Americans during the era of Jim Crow. Exclu... Learn More
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    The “Bowen Block”, built in 1894, is one of the few buildings that survived the 1924 tornado unscathed. The building reveals a split rock façade and contributed to Lorain’s economic power by hosting b... Learn More
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    Located in an historic building that originally served as Pensacola's City Hall, the T.T. Wentworth Jr. Florida State Museum opened in 1988 and offers three floors of exhibits that preserve and interp... Learn More
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    Erected in 1843, Tabb Street Presbyterian Church is a moving example of Greek Revival style. The church was designed by one of America's foremost architects, Thomas U. Walter of Philade1phia who is b... Learn More
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    119 W German St. The oldest general store location in town, it began as Morris and Brown’s general store in 1804 and continued for the next 158 years. Among the long-time proprietors, the Tabler famil... Learn More
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    Taborian Hall is located at 800 West 9th Street, and is the last remaining original structure in the historic West 9th District, once the heart of the black business district in Little Rock. Construc... Learn More
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    Located in the heart of Boise State University’s campus lies a building considered to be one of the most prestigious entertainment arenas in the West; Taco Bell Arena (formally known as The Pavilion).... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Founded in 1935, The Tacoma Art Museum is located in Tacoma, Washington, a city of over 200,000 residents. The museum features art from artists in the Northwest and broader regions of the west United... Learn More
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    Unique among indoor arenas, the Tacoma Dome features a network of wooden beams the form the structure of its roof. Constructed of the stadium was complete in 1983 and the arena is owned by the city of... Learn More
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    Tacony Plantation is the last brick antebellum home in the Vidalia area, Toombs County, Georgia. The original portion was built in 1845. John R. Lynch was born a slave there in 1847. He later became t... Learn More
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    Housed in the Baum-Longworth-Sinton-Taft House, the Taft Museum of Art hosts traveling exhibitions that tend to focus on American art and history. As a result, the Taft Museum complements the works an... Learn More
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    Founded in 1987, the Tahoe Maritime Museum is dedicated to the history of water activities on Lake Tahoe, be they for work or pleasure. To this end it offers changing exhibits that explore various top... Learn More
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    Located just north of Newberry, the Tahquamenon Logging Museum takes visitors back to the time when logging was a big industry in the Upper Peninsula. The museum features original buildings, including... Learn More
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    This historic cemetery is located off La. 112, 13 miles east of DeRidder. The cemetery is located behind a small, white-washed church meeting house. Louisiana cypress cribs protect the graves, whic... Learn More
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    Located in Spring Green, Wisconsin, Taliesen was American architect Frank Lloyd Wright's (1867-1959) home and estate. Built in 1911, Lloyd lived here, for the most part, for the rest of his life. In h... Learn More
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    Taliesin West is a national historic landmark nestled in the desert foothills of the McDowell Mountains outside of Scottsdale, AZ. It is also the home of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Taliesi... Learn More
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    Talladega College is Alabama's oldest private, historically black, liberal arts college. Learn More
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    Talladega Superspeedway is the longest track in the Nascar Circuit with a distance of over 2.5 miles for one pass. The track construction began in 1968 and was done in 1969 at a cost of 4 million. The... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Tallahassee Museum’s purpose is to educate the public about the Big Bend region’s natural and cultural history. The Big Bend region is located where the Florida panhandle meets the peninsular regi... Learn More
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    During the Civil Rights Movement many demonstrations took place to protest segregation. The Tallahassee-Leon County Civil Rights Heritage Walk, which follows Jefferson Street, serves as a memorial for... Learn More
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    Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve protects some of the last-remnants of the tallgrass prairie ecosystem that once covered 170 million acres of North America. The preserve is also home to one of the... Learn More
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    Once the headquarters for the Tallman Perfume Company, a manufacturer of fine perfumes, colognes, medicines, tonics, and other world-renowned toiletries. Learn More
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    State of the art Major League Soccer stadium, home of the Philadelphia Union. Built in the city of Chester, on the banks of the Delaware River. Learn More
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    Erected in 1996 and sculpted by Raymond Sandoval, the Tamanend Monument honors the Lenni Lenape American Indian Tamanend, one of the Sakimas (or leaders) who greeted William Penn in 1682 and agreed to... Learn More
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    The Tammany Society Hall was opened in 1929 as centre of operations for the notorious political organisation of the same name. From the 1850s to the late 1920s the Tammany Society decided who would go... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Located in the historic home of Al Lopez, the first Tampa native to play in the Major Leagues, the Tampa Baseball Museum preserves the history of Florida baseball, from sandlots to the Major and from... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Tampa Bay History Center is a three-story building in downtown Tampa, set right along the river, that tells the story of thousands of years of Florida history. There are dozens of exhibits throug... Learn More
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    Constructed in 1915 and expanded to include an annex in 1916, this ten-story building features a central tower composed of seven stories that extends from the three-story base. The structure features... Learn More
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    Constructed between 1902 and 1905, the former Tampa (Florida) Federal Courthouse was designed by James Knox Taylor. A Beaux Arts-style building reflecting the classic roots of early twentieth century... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Active and retired fire fighters began an effort in 1996 that led to the restoration of this historic building and creation of this museum. Opened in 2007 following years of restoration efforts, the m... Learn More
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    Founded in the 1970s, the Tampa Museum of Art, located in downtown Tampa Bay, features primarily ancient Greco-Roman, modern, and contemporary art. It hosts traveling exhibitions and offers changing... Learn More
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    Tampa Stadium, which was also known as Houlihan's Stadium and even "The Big Sombrero" was located in Tampa Florida. From 1976 to 1997 all of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers home football games were played at... Learn More
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    Tampa Theatre is an opulent landmark of the movie palace area. Built in the 1920s, the theatre was designed in the "atmospheric" style. The outside looks as nondescript as any department store, save... Learn More
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    Constructed in 1912 by the Atlantic Coast Line, Seaboard Air Line and Tampa Northern Railroads, Tampa Union Station was designed by architect J.F. Leitner in the Italian Renaissance Revival style. Lis... Learn More
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    The origins of Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo start with the opening of a small zoos door in the late 1930s. This particular organization was on the banks of the Hillsborough River in Plant Park. As the col... Learn More
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    These two homes are considered to be the oldest in the Mission District and were two of the earliest buildings constructed in San Francisco. The plots that these two hands stand on were given out as p... Learn More
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    As part of the nation’s Bicentennial celebration, Greensboro Beautiful began developing a 7 ½ area tract of flood plain into a public garden in 1976. By October of the same year it was completed and d... Learn More
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    Tangier Island is a small island located in the Chesapeake Bay. Originally, the island was used as a habitation by Pocomoke Indians, but was settled by British colonists after its first discovery by a... Learn More
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    This is the site of the island's only unsolved murder. Charles C. "Bud" Connorton, the Town Sergeant, was eating in an earlier building here when he was fatally shot through an open window. His assail... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    A destination on the Louisiana African American Heritage Trail, the Tangipahoa African American Heritage Museum showcases the "story of African Americans in all their permutations". The museum provide... Learn More
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    Following World War I the state of Ohio was at the center of the football world. Many communities boasted professional or semi- pro teams. Few teams enjoyed success equal to that of the Ironton T... Learn More
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    Originally established in 1830, the Tannehill Ironworks was one of several sites in Alabama that supported the state's booming manufacturing industry during the 19 the century. It was also a key sourc... Learn More
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    Tannenbaum Historic Park offers a recreation of the Hoskins’ Farm. The farm was a key landmark in the Battle of Guilford Courthouse. A clapboard-faced log cabin which was built by members of the Hoski... Learn More

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