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  • National Park Service: National Historic Landmarks
    Information on how and why landmarks are designated. Includes listings by state.
    www.cr.nps.gov/nhl
  • Ryman Auditorium
    National Historic Landmark and former home to the Grand Ole Opry.
    www.ryman.com
  • Mark Twain House
    National Historic Landmark and Tiffany-decorated home where Samuel Clemens raised his family and wrote from 1874 to 1891.
    www.marktwainhouse.org
  • Alamo, The@
    Sites explore the former mission near San Antonio, Texas where the Mexican Army laid siege for 13 days in 1836.
    dir.yahoo.com/.../History/Alamo__The
  • Fort Ticonderoga, New York
    Official site of the National Historic Landmark fort.
    www.fort-ticonderoga.org
  • San Francisco Cable Cars@
    Travel by the Cable Cars, or the San Francisco Municipal Railway (MUNI), the world's last manually operated cable car system. Sites feature history, route maps, photographs, interactive demos, mailing list, and preservation and operation of historic street cars in San Francisco.
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Mass_Transit/San_Francisco_Municipal_Railway__MUNI_
  • Historic Hotels of America
    Directory of historic hotels that are at least 50 years old and have maintained their historic architecture and ambience. Browse hotels by location or view an alphabetical list.
    www.historichotels.org
  • Eastern State Penitentiary@
    dir.yahoo.com/.../History/Eastern_State_Penitentiary
  • Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad@
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Antonito/Business_and_Shopping
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site
    Learn about the Martin Luther King, Jr. museums in Atlanta, Georgia. Includes a virtual tour of the civil rights leader's birth home, as well as facts about his earliest church. From the National Parks Service.
    www.nps.gov/malu
  • Harry S. Truman Little White House
    Formerly Quarters A at the Key West Naval Station and a favorite retreat of Harry Truman, now a national landmark. Includes history and information on tours and events.
    www.trumanlittlewhitehouse.com
  • Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation
    Nonprofit organization of volunteer members established to acquire, maintain, and provide for public access to Tor House, Hawk Tower, and the surrounding gardens.
    www.torhouse.org
  • Chesterwood Estate and Museum
    Summer home, studio, and garden of sculptor Daniel Chester French. Includes French's models of Abraham Lincoln for the Memorial in Washington D.C.
    www.chesterwood.org
  • Herman Melville's Arrowhead
    Melville's home from 1850-1862, and the place where he wrote Moby-Dick. A Registered National Historic Landmark.
    www.mobydick.org
  • Landmark Center
    Restored in 1978 and listed as a National Historic Monument.
    www.landmarkcenter.org
  • Locust Grove Historic Home
    Home of General George Rogers Clark, Revolutionary War hero and founder of Louisville, KY.
    www.locustgrove.org
  • Longfellow's Wayside Inn
    A national historic site and nonprofit trust.
    www.wayside.org
  • Texas Seaport Museum
    Home to the 1877 National Historic Landmark tall ship Elissa. Also promotes genealogy research using the Galveston immigration database.
    www.tsm-elissa.org
  • Samuel F. B. Morse Historic Site
    Locust Grove, the former home of the artist and inventor of the telegraph, displaying Morse Code exhibits and telegraph displays.
    www.morsehistoricsite.org
  • Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
    Showcasing the home, gardens, and studios of sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
    www.sgnhs.org
 


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