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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    Located within Fort Dix, the Army Reserve Mobilization Museum preserves and shares the history of the US Army Reserve and its role in various conflicts and during times of peace. In addition to static... Learn More
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    Just outside of the Monongalia County Courthouse lies the Monongalia Courthouse Plaza which features memorial plaques, a glass outline of the Monongahela River, and other features design to showcase t... Learn More
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    "Freedom" By artist Zenos Frudakis, is a Philadelphia based public art display housed on the side of the former GlaxoSmithKline building in Philadelphia. Erected in 2001, the work showcases the figur... Learn More
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    In the middle of the afternoon of May 3, 1887, Sonora, Mexico and Cochise County (AZ), United States were hit with a large earthquake. While Sonora was hit the hardest, with many buildings crumbling a... Learn More
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    Located in Kutztown's historic 1892 public school building, this small museum features artifacts that preserve and share the history of the community thanks to the efforts of volunteers from Kutztown... Learn More
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    Now home to the Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix, this location was first used in the 1920s by Ozark Wesleyan College and later used by Ozark Junior College, National Youth Administration Cart... Learn More
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    This National museum is located in Fredericksburg, TX and is the boyhood home of Admiral Chester W. Nimitz; Commander in Chief of the United States Pacific Fleet during WWII. The museum is on a 6 acre... Learn More
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    Admiral T. J. Lopez of the United States Navy served as the Commander in Chief United States Naval Forces Europe and the Commander in Chief Allied Forces Southern Europe between 1996 ad 1998. In 1995,... Learn More
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    The first African American Baptist church in western West Virginia, this historic church is best known as the church attended by young Booker T. Washington, one of the most influential Americans of th... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    Previously a hotel it was built around 1913 and presents oriental type details. Construction have been added. Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    "It's like no place else on Earth!" The Air Zoo's tagline fits for a museum whose focus is far above Earth. Exhibiting both the history of and current practices in aviation, the Air Zoo's exhibits ar... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Located in the historic Carver Theater, the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame features two thousand square feet of exhibit space that convey the history and accomplishments of musicians with ties to the state... Learn More
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    Often referred to as “The Rock”, this small island is most famous for the former high-security prison that held a number of infamous criminals. The island was home to the first lighthouse on America's... Learn More
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    The first lighthouse built on the U.S. West Coast was located on Alcatraz Island in California's San Francisco Bay. The lighthouse was on the southern end of the island near the entrance to the prison... Learn More
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    The building is the second of the original hotel, which was a center of social culture during the booming business days of the Delta. Built in the Colonial and Classical Revival styles during the year... Learn More
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    Here the Russian revolutionary democrat Alexander Herzen moved his publishing operation Free Russian Press in 1854. It operated out of here until 1856, an emigré publishing operation. It published tw... Learn More
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    The Amazon Knitting Company was built in 1895. The five-story building held spinning, winding, and knitting machines. It provided employment mainly for women, at a time when women were just starting t... Learn More
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    The name Amuzu, as in "amuse you" is the place for entertainment in Southport. It has been showing films and holding plays off and on sine the early 1950s. It is a unique place with a backstory full o... Learn More
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    Amzie Moore was a prominent civil rights leader in the Delta beginning in the 1940s. Moore built the house in 1941, the first brick home owned by an African American in Cleveland. Moore is often refer... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Anasazi State Park Museum is a state park and museum in Southern Utah, USA. The museum and park preserve a "melting pot" of the Ancestral Puebloan and Fremont cultures. The park holds numerous cultura... Learn More
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    The Zirkle Mill is a grist mill found in the southern part of Shenandoah County, Virginia. It is unknown when exactly it was built, but it has been estimated to have been constructed in 1760 and opera... Learn More
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    Built in 1849, this former Jewish synagogue is the oldest surviving temple in New York City and the fourth oldest surviving in the country. It was built by Congregation Anshe Chesed, which formed in 1... Learn More
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    Many athletes are immortalized in photos, monuments, plaques, or having their name on sports complexes and arenas; and in the spirit of the sport and of Louis Tewanima, there is a footrace held annual... Learn More
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    Anthony Benezet (1713-1784) DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    Anthony Benezet. A French born, turned Quaker, teacher who helped educate African American children from his home. He opposed slavery and aided in educating people against the ideas of slavery. Inscr... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Arizona Capitol Museum serves as a symbol of Arizona’s rich and colorful past. It preserves, educates, and makes accessible Arizona’s political, social, cultural, environmental, and economic histo... Learn More
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    The Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum offers a unique museum experience to customers by allowing them to adventure through history, even by flying in an authentic warbird! The Arizona Commemorati... Learn More
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    The Arizona Copper Art Museum tells a genuine story, one that marries Arizona’s greatest treasure with world legends and fantastic art by returning copper home to where it all began. Starting in towns... Learn More
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    The Arizona Inn has been family owned and operated since its creation in 1930 by Isabella Greenway, Arizona's first Congresswoman and a lifelong friend of Eleanor Roosevelt. Since 1930 four generation... Learn More
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    The Arizona Military Museum is operated by the Arizona National Guard Historical Society, a private non-profit corporation. The officers and directors serve as docents, and they perform other necessar... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Arizona Museum of Natural History tells the story of the natural and cultural history of the American Southwest through many different exhibits and workshops. Beginning with Arizona's Paleozoic er... Learn More
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    The Arizona Railway Museum is a community effort towards the acquisition, restoration, preservation and display of railway equipment, artifacts and mementos related to railways of the past and present... Learn More
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    Arizona State Museum, established in 1893, is the oldest and largest anthropology museum in the region focusing on the indigenous cultures of the US Southwest and northern Mexico. Centrally located on... Learn More
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    Established in 1950, the Arizona State University Art Museum houses of 12,000 works art from around the world. The collection is comprised of contemporary, American, and Latin American art, as well as... Learn More
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    The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a 98-acre zoo, aquarium, botanical garden, natural history museum, publisher, and art gallery founded in 1952. Located just west of Tucson, Arizona, it features two... Learn More
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    This building is a staple in the downtown Little Rock history. It was home to the oldest newspaper west of the Mississippi River. The newspaper and the building itself represent great historical impor... Learn More
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    This movie theater opened in 1928 at a time when theaters lined Broadway street. Chicago's architectural firm, Rapp & Rapp, designed this theater and nearly 400 other theaters and movie palaces across... Learn More
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    Dedicated in 2012, this statue honors athlete, actor, and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. The eight-foot tall bronze statue was built to commemorate his relationship with Columbus, w... Learn More
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    Ascenzi Square is a small park in Williamsburg, on the corners of Metropolitan Ave, N. 4th St and Roebling St. It was built to honor Joseph and William Azcenzi, two brothers who were killed in World W... Learn More
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    In 1936, John Yeon of Portland designed a house that would influence architects throughout the 20th century. The natural beauty and features of the four acre space he was given allowed Yeon to blend t... Learn More
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    The Audubon Ballroom was constructed in 1912 by William Fox, the movie producer who created the company that grew into 20th Century Fox. The Audubon Ballroom was home to a variety of theatrical perfor... Learn More
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    In the 1990s, Latino leaders wanted to rename Southwest Boulevard after Chavez, but that met opposition when some businesses didn’t want to change their street address. The Latino leaders also face... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Located at the edge of Papago Park in Tempe, the AZ Heritage Center is convenient to metropolitan Phoenix. Operated by the Arizona Historical Society, the Center is the home of the Centennial Museum,... Learn More
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    Located in Lake Mills, Wisconsin, the Aztalan State Park is arguably the most important archaeological discovery in Wisconsin's state history. The park consists of an ancient Native American village.... Learn More
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    Aztec Ruins National Monument DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    One of the better-preserved centers constructed by the ancestral Pueblo Indians, the Aztec Ruins are an excellent example of Anasazi architecture. Possibly connected to the Chaco Canyon culture, the r... Learn More
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    Built in 1926 and located along the famous River Walk, the historic Aztec Theater one of the most popular retail and entertainment centers in San Antonio. Originally, the multi-floored building hosted... Learn More
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    The Aztec Theater was built in 1848 by Gustavo Acosta and was the first Spanish language theater in the San Joaquin valley. For much of the mid-twentieth century, the theater was a popular entertainme... Learn More
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    Designed by Virginia State Alumna, Amaza Lee Meredith, Azurest South serves as the official headquarters of the Virginia State University alumni association. Meredith lived in this home until her deat... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    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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    America's Only Restored Bonanza Farm Learn More
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    Building is the Old Harrold Zion Lutheran N, built 1883. Now houses the Paul Miller Ruff Library, genealogy and local History, collection of local artifacts, books, records, and maps. Also publishes o... Learn More

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