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Animals
 American Quarter Horse Markers
Historical markers which perpetuate and promote the American Quarter Horse, from the establishment of the breed in 1600 through the 20th century, highlighting their varied employment in racing, ranch work, rodeo, recreational riding, and other purposes.

Believe It or Not
Some markers tell fantastical or incredulous stories which get even more surprising and outrageous when you do some research.

Canals
 Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
Markers associated with the canal from Washington, DC, to Cumberland, Maryland, now a national park.
 Erie Canal
Markers related to the Erie Canal extending from the Hudson River to Lake Erie.
 Ohio and Erie Canal
Completed in 1833 and linking Lake Erie with the Ohio River, it spurred economic development along its route until the late 1800s.
 Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal
Built between 1835 and 1839, the 45-mile long Susquehanna (PA) and Tidewater (MD) Canal ran from Wrightsville, Pennsylvania to Havre de Grace, Maryland.
 The Miami & Erie Canal
Built between 1825 and 1845 the 249 mile long Miami and Erie Canal connected Cincinnati, Ohio to Toledo, Ohio.
 Wabash & Erie Canal
Measuring 468 miles long, the Wabash & Erie Canal was the longest artificial water way in the United States.

Civil War
 A State Divided: The Civil War in Missouri
Markers erected by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to commemorate the Civil War in Missouri.
 Antietam Campaign War Department Markers
238 historical tablets were erected between 1890 and 1906 to describe the Antietam Campaign.
 Battlefield Markers Association
Markers erected in the 1920s and 30s by the association, also called the "Western Division" to seperate from the Freeman Markers.
 Battlefield Trails - Civil War
Links to "trail heads" for battlefield tours. Each uses the related markers section to provide a virtual tour of a battlefield or portion of a battlefield. Please use the Click to map all markers shown on this page option on each related markers page to see a map of each "trail."
 Chickamauga Campaign Heritage Trail
A series of markers which follow the Chickamauga Campaign.
 Civil War to Civil Rights
A set of walking tours through the nation's capital featuring Civil War and Civil Rights related sites.
 D.S. Freeman (Richmond Battlefields)
A set of markers placed by the Battlefield Markers Association starting in the 1920s. Historian Douglas Southall Freeman wrote the inscriptions, hence they are commonly referred to as "Freeman Markers".
 Defenses of Washington
Collection of markers detailing the wartime fortifications around Washington, D.C.
 Gettysburg Campaign
Series of Pennsylvania markers describing events leading up to and following the Battle of Gettysburg.
 Lincoln 1861 Inaugural Train Stops
Abraham Lincoln traveled 1,904 miles by train from Springfield, Illinois, to Washington, D.C. for his inaugural, typically giving speeches from the rear platform at stops.
 Maryland Civil War Trails
 Morgan's Raid - Jefferson County, Ohio
In 1913, the citizens of Jefferson County erected 14 bronze tablets to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan's passage through that eastern-Ohio county on the last two days of his ill-fated Indiana-Ohio cavalry raid. Of the fourteen markers, one tablet was stolen in 2008 (#6) and another (#13) has been missing -- concrete base included -- for decades.
 North Carolina Civil War Trails
 Pennsylvania Civil War Trails
 Shermans March to the Sea
Markers tracing the "March to the Sea" from Atlanta to Savannah, Georgia.
 Tennessee Civil War Trails
 Virginia Civil War Trails
 West Virginia Civil War Trails

Education
 Carnegie Libraries
Public libraries built with money donated by American businessman and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.
 Rosenwald Schools
Julius Rosenwald, president of Sears Roebuck established a foundation that funded 4,977 schools for African American's throughout the south from 1912 to 1932.
 University of Wisconsin

George Washington Slept Here
He slept in a lot of places.

Historic New York
One hundred thirty-nine large format Historical Area Markers were erected statewide during the 1960s. Some are duplicates placed in different areas. Some carry variations of text found on other markers within the same region. The area markers usually do not commemorate specific individuals or events, since these are already memorialized by smaller State Historical Markers.

Historical Society Collections
 Daughters of the American Revolution
Markers erected by all chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
 Daughters of Utah Pioneers
Markers reflecting primarily Mormon history.
 E Clampus Vitus
Preserving Western Heritage
 Florida, Sanford Historic Preservation Board
 Florida, West Volusia Historical Society
 Georgia Historical Society/Commission
 History Colorado
Markers of the Colorado state historical markers program administered by History Colorado, a self-described 21st century historical society, charitable organization, and state agency under the Department of Higher Education.
 Idaho State Historical Society
Markers of the Idaho Highway Historical Marker Program administered by the Idaho State Historical Society in cooperation with the Idaho Transportation Department.
 Illinois State Historical Society
Markers of the Illinois state historical markers program administered by the Illinois State Historical Society.
 Indiana Cemetery Heritage
Historic cemeteries designated by the Indiana Cemetery and Burial Grounds Registry.
 Indiana State Historical Bureau Markers
 Iowa, State Historical Society of
Markers of the Iowa state historical markers program administered by the State Historical Society of Iowa.
 Kansas Historical Society
Markers of the Kansas state historical markers program administered by the Kansas Historical Society and Kansas Department of Transportation.
 Kentucky Historical Society
Markers of the Kentucky state historical markers program administered by the Kentucky Historical Society.
 Looking for Lincoln
A series of over 200 markers in Illinois highlight incidents in Lincoln's life.
 Maryland, Washington County Historical Advisory Committee
 Massachusetts Bay Colony—Tercentenary Commission Markers
This series holds the Massachusetts Bay Colony markers erected in 1930, the 300th anniversary of the colony.
 Michigan Historical Commission
Markers of the Michigan state historical markers program administered by the Michigan Historical Commission.
 Missouri, State Historical Society of
Markers of the State Historical Society of Missouri installed in every county by the State Historical Society and State Highway Commission from 1951 to 1961.
 Native Sons/Daughters of the Golden West
The NSGW was formed by Albert Maver Winn in 1875 to preserve the California historic buildings and sites of the Gold Rush and prior. The only requirement to be a member is to have been born in California. The sister organization, NDGW, followed soon thereafter.
 Nebraska State Historical Society
Markers of the Nebraska state historical markers program administered by the Nebraska State Historical Society.
 New Jersey, Bergen County Historical Society
Designating county historic sites with blue and silver markers since 1960.
 New Jersey, Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Commission
 New Jersey, Morris County Heritage Commission
Marking significant historic sites throughout the county since 1975.
 New Jersey, Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders
 New York, Historical Society of Rockland County
Rich historical heritage of Rockland County, NY.
 Ohio Historical Society
Markers of the Ohio Historical Markers Program administered by the Ohio Historical Society.
 Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Commission
In 1930 the Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Commission designated the location of a number of Revolutionary War and War of 1812 markers along the roadways that existed from near Toledo to Cincinnati as parts of the Ohio Revolutionary Memorial Trail network.
 Ohio, Delaware County Historical Society
Markers erected by the Delaware County Historical Society.
 Pennsylvania, The Harrisburg History Project
A visually interactive experience comparing the “then and now” appearance of Harrisburg using old photographs taken, in most instances, from the marker's current location.
 Sons of Confederate Veterans/United Confederate Veterans
Markers erected by or related to the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV), or their predecessor organization, the United Confederate Veterans (UCV).
 Sons of the American Revolution -
Markers erected by all chapters of the Sons of the American Revolution.
 Sons of Utah Pioneers
Markers reflecting primarily Mormon history.
 South Carolina, Abbeville County Historical Society/Commission
 South Carolina, Aiken County Historical Commission
 South Carolina, Aiken County Historical Society
 South Carolina, Anderson County Historical Association/Society
The first historical preservation organization in Anderson County, South Carolina.
 South Carolina, Beaufort County Historical Society
 South Carolina, Calhoun County Historical Commission/Society
 South Carolina, Charleston County, St. James- Santee Parish Historical Society
 South Carolina, Cherokee County Historical and Preservation Society
 South Carolina, Chester County Historical Commission
 South Carolina, Chesterfield County Historical and Preservation Societies
 South Carolina, Colleton County Historical Society
 South Carolina, Greenville County Historic Preservation Commission
 South Carolina, Greenwood County Historical Society
 South Carolina, Laurens County Historical Society
 South Carolina, McCormick County Historical Commission
 South Carolina, McCormick County Historical Society
 South Carolina, Preservation Society of Charleston
 South Carolina, Saluda County Historical Commission
 South Carolina, Saluda County Historical Society
 South Carolina, Union County Historical Society
 South Carolina, Williamsburg County Historical Society
 South Carolina, Williamsburg County, Three Rivers Historical Society
 South Carolina, York County Historical Commission
 United Daughters of the Confederacy
Markers erected by or related to the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC).
 Utah Pioneer Trails and Landmarks Association
Organized in 1937, the association erected more than a hundred historic monuments and markers from Nauvoo, IL to Utah and throughout the West.
 Virginia, Fairfax County History Commission
 Virginia, Prince William County Historical Commission
 Wisconsin Historical Society
Markers of the Wisconsin Historical Markers Program administered by the Wisconsin Historical Society.
 Wisconsin, Dane County Historical Society
 Wisconsin, Madison Landmarks Commission

Israel
 Caesarea Philippi Tour
This is the tour route of the historic markers at Caesarea Philippi, at the site of the Grotto of Pan.
 City of David Tour
This is the tour route of the historic archaeological sites in Jerusalem''''s City of David.
 Tel Megiddo
This is the tour route of the historic archaeological sites at Tel Megiddo.
 The Tiberias Archeological Park
This is the tour route of the historic archaeological sites at the Tiberias Archeological Park.

Liberty Bell Replica
In 1955, fifty five replicas of the Liberty Bell were cast and one was given to each State and Territory. Most are displayed on the State Capitol grounds.

Markers Attached to Sculpture
Markers attached to or describing sculpture.

Markers with Artwork
The Markers with Artwork series includes markers that are works of art in their own right. Many have bas-relief depictions or etchings. This series does not include markers attached to other artwork.

Martin Luther King, Jr.
Markers related to the life of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Music
 Mississippi Blues Trail
 Mississippi Country Music Trail

National Historic Landmarks
"Nationally significant historic places designated by the Secretary of the Interior because they possess exceptional value or quality in illustrating or interpreting the heritage of the United States. Today, fewer than 2,500 historic places bear this national distinction."

Postal Mail and Philately
Postal history, stamps, air mail, but not the Pony Express, which has its own series under Roads and Trails.

Railroads
 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O)
The first railroad in the Americas and for a time the world's longest railroad.
 Erie & Kalamazoo Railroad
The first railroad to operate west of the Allegheny Mountains was Toledo's colorful "Erie and Kalamazoo."
 Manassas Gap Railroad
This Civil War era railroad in Virginia is now a 60 mile Norfolk Southern line that runs from the Lower (Northern) Shenandoah Valley to Manassas.
 Orange and Alexandria Railroad
Now part of Norfolk Southern, this rail line connected Alexandria, Virginia with central Virginia and played an important role in the Civil War.
 Pennsylvania Railroad
Markers related to America's largest railroad by traffic/revenue throughout the twentieth century and at one time the world's largest publicly-traded corporation.
 Southern Pacific Railroad
 Transcontinental Railroad
 Washington and Old Dominion Railroad
Today a 45-mile Rails to Trails path from Alexandria to Purcellville in Virginia.

Roads and Trails
 Antonio de Espejo Entrada of 1582-1583
Antonio de Espejo was a Spanish explorer who led an expedition into New Mexico, Arizona and Texas in 1582-1583. The expedition created interest in establishing a Spanish colony among the Pueblo Indians of the Rio Grande valley. The journals from this trip, especially those of Diego Pérez de Luxan, provide early first hand accounts of the region and Native Americans living there.
 Braddock’s Road and Maj. Gen. Edward Braddock
The British General had to cut a road through the Appalachian Mountains to get to the French and Indians. The road was a triumph, but his military campaign was not.
 California Trail
This Trail carried people to California following the discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill. Westward to western Wyoming it shares much of its route with the Pony Express Trail, the Oregon Trail, the Mormon Pioneer Trail, and the Union Pacific route of the Transcontinental Railroad.
 Dominguez y Escalante Expedition
Markers commemorating the 1,800 mile expedition by Fathers Dominguez and Escalante from Santa Fe into Utah in 1776.
 El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail
National Park Service designated El Camino Real de los Tejas a National Historic Trail in 2004. During the Spanish colonial period in America royal roads tied far-flung regions with Mexico City. One of these, El Camino Real de los Tejas, was overland route from what is now Mexico, across the Río Grande through Texas, to the Red River Valley in what is now Louisiana. Routes used by Spanish explorers followed established Indian trails and trade routes dating to prehistoric times.
 El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro
El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro (Spanish for "The Royal Road of the Interior Land") was a 1,600 mile (2560 kilometer) long trade route between Mexico City and San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico, from 1598 to 1882. The 404 mile (646 kilometer) section of the route within the United States was proclaimed as a National Historic Trail on October 13, 2000.
 Forbes Road
Markers and plaques recording the 1758 British expedition through Pennsylvania to Fort Duquesne during the French and Indian War. Named for expedition commander General John Forbes.
 Great Indian Warrior / Trading Path
A series sponsored by National Society Daughters of the American Colonists, marking Native American and Colonial era paths through the back country.
 Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail
Congress established the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail in 1990. The trail commemorates Anza's legacy of establishing the first Spanish overland expedition to settle California.
 Juan Caspar de Portolá Expedition
The Portolá expedition, consisting of 64 persons, set out from San Diego on July 14, 1769 in search of Monterey Bay.
 Lewis & Clark Expedition
Sent by Jefferson to explore the far west, the Corps of Discovery left Pittsburgh May 14, 1804 and reached the mouth of the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest on November 15, 1805.
 Lincoln Highway
Once the Nation's premier highway, it helped spur the development of enduring highways around the country.
 Mark Twain Bret Harte Trail
 Mormon Pioneer Trail
As many as 80,000 people migrated to Utah via the Mormon Pioneer Trail from 1847 until the Transcontinental Railroad was completed. It shares much of its route with the Pony Express Trail, the Oregon Trail, the California Trail, and the Union Pacific portion of the Transcontinental Railroad.
 Natchez Trace
The Natchez Trace was a historical path that extended 440 miles from Nashville, Tennessee to Natchez, Mississippi and was used as a main route of travel from pre-colonial times to the early 1800s. Most of the markers are located along the Natchez Trace Parkway.
 Oregon Trail
The Oregon Trail was the only practical corridor to reach the entire western United States from 1836 – 1869. Over half a million people went west during the Oregon Trail’s “glory years.”
 Pony Express National Historic Trail
These are markers about the Pony Express found along the trail that ran from Sacramento, California to St. Joseph, Missouri.
 Santa Fe Trail
This is an important trade route from New Franklin Mo (and parts west as the railroad moved west) to Santa Fe, Nm. The trail was in use from 1822 until the late 1880's.
 The Comanche Trail into Mexico
While there were actually many trails utilized by Comanches in Texas, “The Comanche Trail” typically refers to that system of trails used by Comanches travelling south through Texas on raids into Mexico. This trail is sometimes called the “Comanche War Trail” or “Comanche Trace”. Pekka Hämäläinen in his book The Comanche Empire says raids on the trail grew into a “veritable industry” generating a “massive northward flow of property from Mexico into Comancheria and its trade channels” to the north. The full extent of the trail stretched nearly 1,000 miles from Comancheria in the north, deep into Mexico. The Comanche Trail was in use for about a century, starting in the late 1700s.
 The Historic National Road
“The Road that Built the Nation.” The first (1811) federally funded road in the U.S. ran from Baltimore, Maryland to Vandalia, Illinois.
 The Mojave Road (Old Government Road)
The historic trail stretching 138 miles across the Mojave Desert. It was used by Native Americans, the Juan Baustista de Anza Expedition of 1776, pioneers, US Army and gold seekers.
 The Overland Trail
Established by Ben Holliday in 1862 from the remnants of the Overland Stage, this was the principal route for mail and passengers between northeastern Colorado and southwestern Wyoming in the 1860s.
 Trail of Tears
The Indian Removal Act of 1830 opened a dark chapter in American history. Thousands of Native-Americans died during their forced removal from their eastern homelands to the Oklahoma Territory, along what is now called the Trail of Tears.
 U.S. Route 66
 William Bartram Trails
William Bartram traveled the Southeast United States from 1773 through 1777. He published observations of plants, animals, geography and people in 1791. Bartram's Travels remains in print to the present.
 Wisconsin’s Maritime Trails
Centuries of exploration, travel, commerce, and recreation on the Great Lakes have left an impressive trail of maritime cultural resources along Wisconsin's Great Lakes shorelines and bottomlands.

Signers of the Declaration of Independence
Markers related to signers of the United States Declaration of Independence.

Spirit of the American Doughboy - E. M. Viquesney

Statue of Liberty Replicas
Replicas of the Statue of Liberty. More than two hundred were erected in 39 states by the Boy Scouts and civic groups during the 1950s. This series also includes other replicas erected at other times.

Stephen Tyng Mather
The first National Park Service Director. Identical markers found in many National Parks.

The Spirit of 76, America's Bicentennial Celebration
During the time America was celebrating its Bicentennial (1776-1976), historic markers were erected to commemorate different events or projects. This Marker Series is for those historic markers that have the Bicentennial logo, were inspired by, have reference to it in someway within its context or was placed by a Bicentennial committee, commission etc.

Walking and Driving Tours
 Arizona, Historic Florence Walking Tour
A 1 ½ mile self-guided tour through the Florence Townsite Historic District. You can pickup a brochure at the Florence Visitor's Center, 291 N. Bailey St.
 Arizona, Pistols, Plows and Petticoats Historic Driving Tour
A guide to Round Valley's Historic Sites. 28 native sandstone markers are placed along this "valley loop" around Springerville and Eagar, Arizona.
 Arizona, The Presidio Trail
A 2 ½ mile loop trail through downtown Tucson, highlighting historic sites. Nicknamed the Turquoise Trail for the turquoise stripe along the sidewalk.
 Blue Ridge Parkway
The Blue Ridge Parkway is a national parkway, a scenic roadway and protected corridor of surrounding parkland, managed by the National Park Service. The limited-access road travels 469 miles through 29 counties in North Carolina and Virginia in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
 Florida, St. Augustine Freedom Trail
 Fort Hancock Walking Tour
A series of 39 markers on Sandy Hook follows a trail through Fort Hancock which guarded New York Bay from 1895 to 1974.
 Gaslamp Quarter - San Diego
Markers have been placed on over 90 historic buildings in the Historic Gaslamp District of Downtown San Diego.
 Kanab, Utah "Walk of Fame"
Actors who have made western movies or television series episodes in and around Kanab, Utah, also known as "Little Hollywood," and are recognized by markers.
 Lincoln Home National Historic Site
Markers along 8th Street at the Lincoln Home National Historic Site in Springfield, IL.
 Maine, Portland Freedom Trail
Commemorating people associated with the Underground Railroad and anti-slavery movement in Portland.
 Maryland, Baltimore City historical markers
Silver colored historical markers, erected on public landmarks in Baltimore by the city governement, in cooperation with various local organizations.
 Maryland, Bolton Hill Historic District
A series of blue enamel historical markers in the Bolton Hill Neighborhood of Baltimore, illustrating the lives of historic residents of the neighborhood. As of April, 2008, the list is complete.
 Maryland, Chesapeake City Historic District
 Maryland, Fort McHenry
 Maryland, Gwynns Falls Trail
 Maryland, Lost Rockville – 1801 to 1850
The "Lost Rockville" historical series was created to celebrate the City's 200th anniversary in 2001.
 Maryland, Rockville's African American Heritage Walking Tour
 Maryland, Saint Mary's City
 Pennsylvania, Battle of Hanover Walking Tour
Eighteen wayside exhibits depicting points of interest and events during the Battle of Hanover, the first Civil War battle on Pennsylvania soil.
 Seminary Ridge Historic Walking Tour
Walking tour near the Lutheran Seminary covering the first day''''s battle at Gettysburg.
 South Carolina Heritage Corridor
Designated by Congress in 1996 as a National Heritage Area, the Heritage Corridor runs from the foothills of Oconee County in the northwestern corner of the state, along the Savannah River, through the Edisto River Basin, to the port city of Charleston.
 South Carolina, Abbeville Historical Sites Tour
A walking/driving tour that covers forty historic sites in and around Abbeville's Court Square.
 South Carolina, Spartanburg Music Trail
A walking trail through Spartanburg's historic and restored downtown, showcasing the musicians who were born in or lived in Spartanburg, S.C.
 Sutter Creek Gold Mine Trail
A 15 mile tour highlighting the Gold Rush era mines in and near Sutter Creek. Markers are placed from 1/4 to 1/2 mile apart. Please do not trespass on private property.
 Utah, Salt Lake City Downtown Walking Tour
Utah Heritage Foundation tour to 58 historic buildings in downtown Salt Lake City.
 Virginia, City of Falls Church
 Virginia, Historic Occoquan
Each of the markers features a location or person important to Occoquan’s history. They are all within easy walking distance of each other.
 Virginia, Norfolk Heritage Cannonball Trail
Forty sites along the Norfolk Heritage Cannonball Trail provide a "story-telling stage" for intepreting Norfolk's rich and multi-faceted history.
 Virginia, Old Town Alexandria
Alexandria does publish a brochure describing a self-guided walking tour. Most of the sites listed are listed in that brochure.
 Virginia, Wartime Manassas Walking Tour
Also nearby is a Driving Tour. Start at the Manassas Museum.
 Washington, D.C. African American Heritage Trail
A set of more than 100 sites celebrating African American history in Washington, D.C.

War of 1812
 Battlefield Trails - War of 1812
Links to "trail heads" for battlefield tours. Each uses the related markers section to provide a virtual tour of a battlefield or portion of a battlefield. Please use the Click to map all markers shown on this page option on each related markers page to see a map of each "trail."
 Star Spangled Banner National Historic Trail
Markers related to the War of 1812 in the area of the Chesapeake Bay produced by the National Parks Service.

War, Spanish-American
 U.S.S. Maine Memorial Plaques
About 1,000 markers were made from pieces recovered from the U.S.S. Maine and distributed throughout the country.

War, US Indian
 Black Hawk War
A series of markers documenting the Black Hawk War.
 Indian Wars Battlefield Trails
 Potawatomi - Trail of Death
In 1838 over 850 Potawatomi Indians were forced by gunpoint off their homeland in Indiana and ''marched'' approximately 660 miles to the State of Kansas for relocation - - causing approximately 42 deaths along the way.

War, US Revolutionary
 Battlefield Trails - Revolutionary War
Links to "trail heads" for battlefield tours. Each uses the related markers section to provide a virtual tour of a battlefield or portion of a battlefield. Please use the Click to map all markers shown on this page option on each related markers page to see a map of each "trail."
 General Henry Knox Trail
56 monument sites, for the 56 day long journey, both in New York and Massachusetts, There were thirty monuments erected within New York State to mark the trail circa 1927.
 General Herkimers 40 Mile March
Each historical monument is part of a series of 14 historical monuments that mark the 40 mile route taken by Gen. Herkimer Aug. 3-6, 1777 for the relief of Fort Stanwix, that results in the Battle of Oriskany.
 The Sullivan Expedition Against the Iroquois Indians
 The Washington-Rochambeau Route
In 1781 the two Generals met in White Plains, New York, crossed the Hudson River and marched 450 miles south to Yorktown in Virginia where their and Lafayette’s armies defeated the British, ending the war.

War, Valor
 Medal of Honor Recipients
Markers associated with recipients of the Medal of Honor, the highest award for valor which can be bestowed upon an individual serving in the Armed Services of the United States.

War, WWII
 Desert Training Center
The Desert Training Center was established by General George S. Patton Jr., to prepare American troops for battle during World War II. It covered 18,000 square miles and was the largest military training ground ever to exist. Located in the Mojave Desert it included areas from Nevada, Arizona and Southern California.

Whiskey Rebellion
Opposition to a tax on whiskey in Western Pennsylvania was suppressed by President Washington in 1794,

Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects
Markers related to public works built through or associated with the Works Progress Administration, or WPA, the Grest Depression-era U.S. Federal government agency which provided jobs for millions of Americans.
 
National Trail Tablet
By J. J. Prats, June 2, 2006
1. A Handsome Marker
See the Markers With Artwork series.
 
Keene's Mill Marker
By J. J. Prats, February 12, 2006
2. A Fairfax County History Commission Marker
See their series for a list of their markers.
 
Whaleman's Memorial
By Dawn Bowen, July 9, 2007
3. A Dead Whale or a Stove Boat
See the Markers Attached to Sculpture series.
 
The National Pony Express Monument
By Dawn Bowen, June 18, 2007
4. A Handsome Monument
See the Pony Express series.


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