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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    The YMCA, built in 1905 by the Young Men’s Christian Association, was owned and operated by this organization. It is located on the corner of Second Avenue and Summers Street, immediately up the hill... Learn More
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    Yaddo Artists' Community DRAFT - Submitted for Review
    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    Located in Saratoga Springs, Yaddo is an artists’ community which opened in 1926. The colony was founded by New York financier Spencer Trask and his wife Katrina. The Trasks purchased the estate in 18... Learn More
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    Young Americans for Freedom was a conservative political student group founded in Sharon, CT on September 11, 1960, which developed local chapters in cities across the country - including Austin. Duri... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Yakima Valley Museum is Yakima's local history museum and repository. It was founded in 1951 and holds around 40,000 objects. It has several permanent exhibits and also offers special exhibits as... Learn More
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    Yakima Valley Trolleys operates the last authentic turn-of-the-century streetcar system in the country. From 1907-1965, the Yakima Valley Transportation Company operated passenger service (until 1947)... Learn More
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    Completed in 1914, the Yale Bowl is a football stadium in New Haven that serves as the home of the Yale Bulldogs. The stadium seated 70,896 people when it was first opened. Recent renovations have im... Learn More
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    The Yale Center of British Art, located in the picturesque Yale University campus, carries the largest and most comprehensive collection of British art outside of the United Kingdom, and since its doo... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Yale Collection Musical Instruments carries the proud role of being one of the premier museums in the United States featuring a massive variety of instruments from all cultures and periods. As one... Learn More
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    The idea for the Peabody Museum at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut was first considered just after the end of the American Civil War. In 1866, Othniel Charles Marsh was appointed as the fir... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Yale University Art Gallery carries the proud role of being the oldest university art museum in the Western Hemisphere, and with a history that dates back to 1832 along with its 69,975 square-feet... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Story of the Yankee Air Museum begins in 1941, when Willow Run Airport was built by Ford Motor Company to serve as an airfield for their nearby B-24 bomber factory. This factory was the first air... Learn More
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    Completed in 2009 at a cost of $2.3 billion, Yankee Stadium incorporates many of the design elements of the original ballpark. At the time of its opening, Yankee Stadium was the most expensive sports... Learn More
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    The Yaquina Bay Light is a lighthouse built in 1871—soon after the founding of the city of Newport, Oregon Learn More
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    Yates Mill has its origins in a mill that began operating on this site in the 1750s. Today, it is the last mill standing of approximately 70 that existed over the decades in what is now Wake County.... Learn More
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    This Historic Cemetery is the burial site for William Jennings Bryan's grandparents and it has stone marked slave burials. Some slaves from local owner and CSA cavalry general Albert Jenkins are said... Learn More
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    The Yawkey House Museum is a historic home in Wausau, Wisconsin and is now owned and operated by the Marathon County Historical Society. It was built in 1901 by businessman Cyrus C. Yawkey and designe... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Ybor City Museum State Park is an urban park and historical museum in the heart of Tampa’s National Historic Landmark District. The park consists of a main exhibit space, housed in the historic Fe... Learn More
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    Ye College Inn is one of the few remaining buildings associated with the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of 1909, held from June 1 to October 16, 1909. Unlike previous World Expositions, the 1909 even... Learn More
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    Yeager Airport opened in 1947 following a three-year construction project that required two million pounds of explosives in order to remove mountain ridges. The project also required the movement of n... Learn More
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    122 W German St. A large limestone dwelling built in 1790 by German-born Revolutionary War veteran Michael Yeasley, it predates most of the brick buildings. Here Yeasley operated a mercantile store. H... Learn More
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    One of the only surviving structures from the colonial settlement that grew to become Shepherdstown, this house was built of logs and now clad in wood siding, it is the last survivor of the similar st... Learn More
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    Before 1850, when Congress barred the slave trade in the District of Columbia, slave pens and auction blocks were a common site in the Nation's capital. In fact, Washington had over a dozen slave pens... Learn More
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    According to the National Register of Historic Places, “The Hudson-Nash property is significant as a mid-nineteenth century farm and commercial property.” The farmstead with several outbuildings and t... Learn More
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    Fascination with the Yellowstone area began with the first trappers' incredulous tales of gushing geysers and gurgling mud pots. Since being established as the world's first National Park in 1872, cur... Learn More
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    Yellowstone became the first national park when Congress and President Ulysses Grant established the park on March 1, 1872. It is located in Wyoming but some parts of the park stretch into Montana and... Learn More
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    Established in 1872, Yellowstone became the first national park in the United States. The park encompasses over 2.2 million acres of land, full of environmental beauties. Famous for its volcanic calde... Learn More
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    Yettie Polk Park, located along Nolan Creek, was named for Yettie Polk who was swept away in the flood of 1913. The Polk family home was built beside the creek where the current bandstand is located.... Learn More
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    YMCA Anthony Bowen was originally founded as the Twelfth Street YMCA in 1853. Its namesake, African American community leader Anthony Bowen, founded it as the first YMCA to give service to African Ame... Learn More
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    Time Capsule-Historic Images and Recollections
    In 1881 the YMCA program was initially established in Carthage. At the time, the organization had no permanent home, spending a decade rotating amongst volunteer spaces. This local chapter was offi... Learn More
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    The Yolo County Courthouse was built in 1917 and the building’s exterior is unchanged from that time. It replaced an earlier courthouse which was built in 1864 and used until it was condemned in 1911.... Learn More
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    York Avenue DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    York Avenue is located in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan, New York, New York. The street is named after one of the most famous American World War I veterans, Alvin Cullum York. York is... Learn More
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    The York Central Market has been in continuous operation since it was constructed in 1888. It was designed by locally prominent architect John Dempwolf who also designed numerous buildings in the are... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Part of the York County Heritage Trust, which also organizes the Bonham House, Fire Museum, and the Historical Society Museum in York, the Agricultural & Industrial Museum introduces visitors to York... Learn More
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    The current York Courthouse is located at the site of the city's second courthouse which was constructed from 1839 through 1841. This structure featured a marble staircase and six 20-foot tall columns... Learn More
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    Completed in 1766 and expanded in 1783, the York Friends Meetinghouse is the oldest religious building in York County having been used as such for over 250 years. Its east section is a simple 1.5 sto... Learn More
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    York Theater is a multipurpose theater located on Fort Bragg, NC. The theater is named for CPL Alvin C. York. The theater is used by the 82nd Airborne Division for various functions. This is one of ma... Learn More
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    Designed by architect Elmer Behrns, this historic theater opened in 1924 and featured silent movies and the occasional live show during its early years. Five years later, managers invested in the late... Learn More
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    Established in 1816, the York Water Company is the oldest investor-owned utility company in the United States and has the longest record of consecutive dividends since 1816. The company's headquarter... Learn More
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    The First Presbyterian Church, constructed in 1785, has many attributes that make it an historic building, most notably its old stained glass windows, antique exterior and centuries-old graveyard. Al... Learn More
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    Yorktown is the site of the last battle of the American Revolution. At this location, General Cornwallis surrendered to General George Washington after being trapped between the American army and the... Learn More
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    Located in Yorktown, Virginia, Yorktown National Cemetery is one of fourteen national cemeteries managed by the National Park Services. The cemetery’s location was decided in the year of 1866 due to i... Learn More
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    The 11-floor Yorktowne Hotel is designed in the Renaissance revival style and first opened its doors in 1925. Plans for its construction began in 1923, as the twenties were just starting to roar, and... Learn More
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    Designed by National Park architect Herbert Maier and constructed between 1923 and 1925, Yosemite's museum became the first in the National Park Service and remains one of the oldest buildings in the... Learn More
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    Young Corbett III, born Ralph Giordano, moved to the United States as an infant with his family. He spent his youth in Fresno and became the World Welterweight Champion in 1933 and the NYSAC Middlewei... Learn More
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    Built in 1893, the Institute served as an African-American equivalent to the YMCA. Philanthropist and resident, George Vanderbilt ordered and paid for the construction of the YMI while also building a... Learn More
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    Constructed in 1926, the Young-Quinlan Building was home to Young-Quinlan Department Store. The store originally began in 1894 as a small specialty women’s dress shop, the first ready to wear shop of... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Once known as the Bacardi Building until it was sold to the YoungArts Foundation in 2012, the YoungArts campus features two prominent and historic buildings. The first is the former Bacardi Tower, a... Learn More
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    Younglands Mansion, now known as Stone Manor, is the largest mansion on the shores of Lake Geneva in Wisconsin. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, the mansion was built by Ger... Learn More
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    Operated by the Ohio Historical Society and Youngstown State University, this museum preserves the history of the steel industry that once dominated the regional economy. The museum traces its origins... Learn More

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