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  • Arlington National Cemetery@
  • Maryland State Archives@
  • Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg)@
  • Walkersville Southern Railroad
    Historical tourist railroad in north-central Maryland.
  • Valley of the Shadow Project
    Looks at the Civil War from the perspective of two communities straddling the Mason Dixon Line: Staunton, Virginia, and Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
  • March on Washington (1963)@
    Find sites about the March on Washington, the political rally that took place in Washington, D.C. in 1963. history, articles, photographs, audio clips, and text of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech.
  • First Battle of Bull Run (Manassas)@
  • Second Battle of Bull Run (Manassas)@
  • Battle of Chancellorsville@
  • John Brown's Raid@
  • Office of Historic Alexandria@
  • Washington Senators@
  • Duke Ellington's Washington
    Profile of the African American community that flourished in Washington before the Harlem Renaissance. Includes noted black Washingtonians and a virtual tour of the Shaw/Uptown area.
  • Capital and the Bay
    Features first-person narratives, early histories, historical biographies, and more from Washington and the Chesapeake Bay Region in the years 1600-1925.
  • City Beautiful: The 1901 Plan for Washington D.C
    Analyzes the role of the City Beautiful movement and the Mall in Washington D.C., as both a reaction to urban conditions and attempt to construct new social ideas and roles.
  • The Kennedy Farmhouse
    Home of John Brown in 1859 where he trained his men and planned his raid on Harpers Ferry. Includes a history of the farm, its designation as a National Historic Landmark, and information on tours.
  • President's Park (The White House)
    Information provided by the National Park Service, which is responsible for administering the White House.
  • Harpers Ferry Historical Association
    Preserves the history of Harpers Ferry and supports the interpretive programs of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.
  • Tudor Place
    Historic house museum and garden.
  • Crossing the River
    Race, Geography, and the Federal Government in Anacostia, a historical examination of the town's evolution.

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