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<i>the ebb and flow of</i> Fundy / <i>flux et reflux des eaux de</i> Fundy Marker image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., July 29, 2017
the ebb and flow of Fundy / flux et reflux des eaux de Fundy Marker
New Brunswick (Albert County), Hopewell Cape — the ebb and flow of Fundy / flux et reflux des eaux de Fundy

Imagine 100 billion tons of water moving in and out of a bay twice every 25 hours. Powered by the gravitational pull of the moon and the sun, Fundy's tides are among the highest in the world and vary daily with the changing positions of . . . — Map (db m106860) HM

New Brunswick (Albert County), Riverside-Albert — Abner Reid McClelanJan. 4, 1830 - Jan. 30, 1917 — M.P.P. 1854-1867 • Senator 1867-1896 • Lieut. Governor 1896-1902

A. R. McClelan was born in Riverside. At age twenty-three he entered politics and was elected to represent Albert County in the New Brunswick House of Assembly. He was a keen supporter of Confederation, and after Confederation in 1867 he became . . . — Map (db m106867) HM

New Brunswick (Albert County), Riverside-Albert — Early Irish Families to Albert CountyAs Éirinn go dtí an áit seo

Alcorn • Bailey • Barber • Barrett Bartley • Beatty • Beck • Bell Berryman • Balkeney • Bogle • Boyle Breen • Buchanan • Cahill • Cairns Campbell • Carnwath • Carr • Carty Clark • Cochran • Collins • Connors Crossman • Curry • . . . — Map (db m106862) HM

New Brunswick (Albert County), Riverside-Albert — War MemorialLest We Forget — "Their Name Liveth Forever More"

[front] In grateful remembrance of all those who served in past conflicts In memory of those who gave all

Boer War 1899-1902 • W.W.I 1914-1918 W.W.II 1939-1945 • Korean 1950-1953

At the going down of the sun and in the . . . — Map (db m106865) WM

New Brunswick (Charlotte County), St. Stephen — A whale of a tale / Historie de cétacé

In the waters off New Brunswick you'll find magnificent creatures of the deep - among them, North Atlantic right whales, humpback whales and finback whales

In New Brunswick, we're proud to live along the beautiful shores of the Bay of . . . — Map (db m106917) HM

New Brunswick (Cumberland County), Amherst — Dominion Public Building1935 — Registered Heritage Property

[title is text] — Map (db m107024) HM

New Brunswick (Cumberland County), Fort Lawrence — Beaubassin

[Face] The Acadian village of Beaubassin on this site was founded by settlers from Port Royal around 1672. Upon the arrival of Major Charles Lawrence with British troops in April 1750, the French authorities had the village destroyed in . . . — Map (db m106953) HM

New Brunswick (Cumberland County), Fort Lawrence — Trans Canada Highway

Formal opening of the Nova Scotia portion of the Trans Canada Highway from the New Brunswick border to terminals at Caribou and North Sydney, a distance of 279 miles, took place November 22, 1968, at this point; having been constructed as a . . . — Map (db m106956) HM

New Brunswick (Kings County), Sussex — Dominion Building1883 — Sussex Preservation Area Heritage Property

[Title is text] — Map (db m106869) HM

New Brunswick (Kings County), Sussex — Site of One of the First Irving Service Stations

On this site in 1930, K. C. Irving built one of the first Irving service stations. We are proud to donate this land to assist in the development of Peace Park, built for the enjoyment of the citizens of Sussex and their visitors.

Thank you . . . — Map (db m106903) HM

New Brunswick (Kings County), Sussex — War Memorial

In memory of those who gave their lives for freedom and Canada

[Dedicated] 2nd August 1970 — Map (db m106906) WM

New Brunswick (Kings County), Sussex — War Memorial

1914 ~ 1918 [Honored Dead]

John Andrews • John Bloomfield • Allen Bremner Leonard Bunnell • George Bunnell • Harry Carr George Calhoun • Frederick W. Crawford • George Chapman Guy Chapman • Thomas DeCoursey • John Dawson . . . — Map (db m106908) WM

Nova Scotia (Cumberland County), Amherst — Edward Barron Chandler1800 - 1880

Born in Amherst, Chandler was called to the New Brunswick bar in 1823. He represented Westmorland in the legislature (1827-36), was a Legislative Councillor (1836-78) and a member of the Executive Council almost continuously between 1844 and . . . — Map (db m107018) HM

Nova Scotia (Cumberland County), Amherst — Former Site of Amherst Post Office1935 - 1976

[Title is text] — Map (db m107022) HM

Nova Scotia (Cumberland County), Amherst — Robert Barry Dickey1811 - 1903

Born in Amherst, educated at Windsor Academy, and called to the bar in 1834, Dickey practiced law in Amherst and sat in the Legislative Council of Nova Scotia (1858-67). A Father of Confederation, he attended both the Charlottetown and Quebec . . . — Map (db m107017) HM

Nova Scotia (Cumberland County), Fort Lawrence — Beaubassin 1672-1750

This area was the site of the Acadian village of Beaubassin, first known Bourgeois settlement. Raided in 1696 and again in 1703 by a force from Boston under Captain Ben Church. Occupied by French troops in 1746 who travelled on snowshoes in . . . — Map (db m106951) HM

Nova Scotia (Cumberland County), Fort Lawrence — Un hommage à/A Tribute to Jacob (Jacques) Bourgeois

Fondateur, vers 1672, de Beaubassin premier établissement dans la région de la rivière Missagouèche et initiateur de l'agriculture maraîchère en Acadie

Jacob Bourgeois arriva à Port-Royal en 1641 à titre de chirurgien pour la colonie . . . — Map (db m107012) HM

Ontario (Thunder Bay District), Thunder Bay — Col. Elizabeth Smellie 1884-1968
This celebrated Canadian army nurse and public health authority was born in Port Arthur. In 1909 "Beth" Smellie became night supervisor at McKellar General Hospital. Joining the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps in 1915, she served in France and . . . — Map (db m106976) HM
Ontario (Thunder Bay District), Thunder Bay — Connaught Square
This square was named in 1936 for Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught, third son of Queen Victoria. He was serving in Canada with his regiment in 1870, when Colonel Wolseley named Prince Arthur's Landing (later Port Arthur) in his honour. Created Duke . . . — Map (db m107067) HM
Ontario (Thunder Bay District), Thunder Bay — Cummins Site
At least 9,000 years old, the Cummins site is one of the most significant of several Palaeo-Indian archaeological sites that form the Lakehead Complex. Many of these early seasonal camps were located on the shoreline of ancient Lake Minong, at a . . . — Map (db m106858) HM
Ontario (Thunder Bay District), Thunder Bay — Lakehead University
In response to a brief from Lakehead educators and business representatives outlining northwestern Ontario's need for an institution of higher education, a provincial Order-in-Council established the Lakehead Technical Institute in 1946. Two years . . . — Map (db m106857) HM
Ontario (Thunder Bay District), Thunder Bay — Simon James Dawson1820-1902
Born in Scotland, Dawson emigrated to Canada as a young man and began his career as a civil engineer. In 1857 as a member of a Canadian government expedition, he surveyed a line of road from the Lakehead to Fort Garry and in 1858-59 further . . . — Map (db m106859) HM
Ontario (Thunder Bay District), Thunder Bay — The Reverend Richard Baxter, S.J., 1821-1904
Born in Carlisle, England, Baxter came to Canada as a child. He studied in Toronto and at the Sulpician College in Montreal before becoming, reputedly, the first English-speaking Jesuit novice in Canada. After his ordination in New York in 1854, he . . . — Map (db m107065) HM
Ontario (Thunder Bay District), Thunder Bay — Thunder Bay Tourist Pagoda
This tourist kiosk was erected in 1909 to promote Port Arthur's social and economic merits to visitors and investors. Its eye-catching architecture and strategic location reflect civic boosterism and the city's rivalry with nearby Fort William . . . — Map (db m107068) HM
Germany, Baden-Württemberg (Ostalbkreis), Schwäbisch Gmünd — 32 — Garten der Partnerstadt Bethlehem (USA) / Garden of the Sister City of Bethlehem (USA)
Die Partnerschaft zwischen Bethlehem und Schwäbisch Gmünd besteht seit 1991. Bethlehem ist eine der ältesten Städte der USA. Sie wurde am Heiligen Abend 1741 von einer deutschen Pilgergruppe - den "Moravians" (Mährern) - gegründet. Die . . . — Map (db m106895) HM
Germany, Baden-Württemberg (Ostalbkreis), Schwäbisch Gmünd — Katharina Czisch
geboren am 7. September 1909 als Katharina Probst in Leer/Ostfriesland gestorben am 21. Januar 1999 in Stuttgart Die Berufsträume ihrer Jugendzeit, den Armen unter den Menschen das Leben zu erleichtern, konnte die Juristin . . . — Map (db m106984) HM
Mexico, Ciudad de México, Ciudad de Mexico — Agustín Lara
Agustín Lara Aguirre y del Pino 1900-1970 Mis Pobres Manos Alas Quebradas Nuestro agradecimiento a la Delegación de Coyoacán por su apoyo Donada por Vianey Larraga y Agustín Lara Larraga Agosto de 2015 Escultores: Martín González Erik . . . — Map (db m106868) HM
Mexico, Ciudad de México, Ciudad de Mexico — Architectonic puzzle: The façade of Tecpan
Rompecabezas arquitectónico: la fachada del Tecpan Durante la construcción de la unidad habitacional Tlatelolco, los arquitectos decidieron desprender la fachada principal del Tecpan, retirándolo por partes. Luego, la volvieron a armar para . . . — Map (db m106932) HM
Mexico, Ciudad de México, Ciudad de Mexico — House of Hernán Cortés
Casa de Hernan Cortes. El Ayuntamiento en 1892. English translation: House of Hernán Cortés The City Hall of 1892. — Map (db m106874) HM
Mexico, Ciudad de México, Ciudad de Mexico — Octavio Nicolás Fernández Vilchis
En memoria de Octavio Nicolás Fernández Vilchis (1914-2003) Maestro normalista, con estudios en la Facultad de Economía de la UNAM. Pertenceció a la segunda generación de trotskistas en México y fue dirigente de la liga Comunista . . . — Map (db m106866) HM
Mexico, Ciudad de México, Ciudad de Mexico — The Diego Rivera Anahuacalli Museum
Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli “Anahuacalli era el templo donde la humanidad se reunía alrededor de los cuatro elementos naturales: agua, fuego, viento y tierra”. Susana Aviña Herrera El diseño del Anahuacalli - palabra que . . . — Map (db m106873) HM
Mexico, Ciudad de México, Ciudad de Mexico — The Small Area of Tlatelolco
La Zona ChicaSe pueden contemplar diferentes etapas constructivas del límite en el recinto ceremonial, posiblemente el Coatepantli (Muralla de los Serpientes). En el patio estucado se aprecian restos de las habitaciones de quienes hacían los . . . — Map (db m106912) HM
Mexico, Ciudad de México, Ciudad de Mexico — The Tecpan throughout time
El Tecpan a través del tiempoTras derrotar a los mexicas e inmediatamente después de la toma de Tlatelolco, Hernán Cortés ordenó construir el Tecpan para que fuera la sede del poder Judicial de la Capital de la República de Indios, mismo que . . . — Map (db m106955) HM
Mexico, Ciudad de México, Ciudad de Mexico — Tlatelolco
Tlatelolco La conjunción de edificios modernos con Monumentos Prehispánicos y Coloniales da el nombre de la Plaza de las Tres Culturas. Los Monumentos Prehispánicos corresponden al Recinto Ceremonial de México - Tlatelolco, la ciudad gemela . . . — Map (db m106909) HM
Mexico, Ciudad de México, Ciudad de Mexico — Vicente Riva Palacio
Vicente Riva Palacio 1832 – 1896 Nació en la ciudad de México. Participó en la Revolución de Ayutla y estuvo al frente del Ejército del Centro durante la intervención extranjera. Fue gobernador de los estados de México y Michoacán y . . . — Map (db m106954) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — 1052 — "Lejonet" / "The Lion"
Vid 1625 års brand skadades på denna tomt flera medeltida hus av vilka ett sedan 1605 inrymde värdshuset "Lejonet". 1636 uppförde assessor Nils Nilsson Stiernflycht detta hus under ledning av murmästaren Hans Ferster. Nuvarande exteriör . . . — Map (db m106892) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — A Park and Gardens
1838 anlade Svenska Trädgårdsföreningen en park och trädgårdsanläggning på Barnhuskällaretomten. Vid ingången mot Drottninggatan uppfördes två paviljonger och mellan dem ett järnstaket, den södra paviljongen blev cafe, den norra kom att . . . — Map (db m106870) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — Första Cirkusföreställningen i Sverige / The First Circus in Sweden
Här på Barnhuskällaren gavs den 18 okt. 1787 den första cirkusföreställningen i Sverige. Evenemanget genomfördes av den engelska konstberidarfamiljen JAMES PRICE. De stannade här till den 9 juni 1788 och väckte stort uppseende med den för . . . — Map (db m106887) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — Jenny Nyström
Konstnärinnan Jenny Nyström Stoopendaal (1854-1946) hade under åren 1887-1942 sin ateljé i hemmet på Tegnérgatan 37. Jenny Nyström är en av landets mest uppskattade konstnärer och illustratörer och större delen av hennes ca 10.000 . . . — Map (db m106856) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — Kammarrättens hus / Administrative Court of Appeal
Numera hyr Högsta förvaltningsdomstolen Kammarrätten hus. Det byggdes för dem 1804-1807 och var ett av landets första renodlade kontorshus. Byggnaden restes på ruinerna av Krusiska palatset. Elsa Krus hade varit hovjungfru hos . . . — Map (db m106893) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — Konserthuset / The Concert Hall
Konserthuset Uppfördes 1924-26 efter ritningar av Ivar Tengbom och räknas som en höjdpunkt i den svenska 20-talsklassicismen. Flera av 1920-talets främsta konstnärer, bland dem Isaac Grünewald, har bidragit till interiörens . . . — Map (db m106821) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — LO-Huset / LO Building
Uppfördes 1899 för trävaruhandlaren Gustaf Carlberg. Arkitekt Ferdinand Boberg. Kungl Vetenskapsakademiens nobelkommitteer hade lokaler här till 1909 och Sv Akademiens Nobelinstitut till 1921. Huset förvärvades 1926 av . . . — Map (db m106851) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — Norstedts
Huvudbyggnaden mot vattnet uppfördes 1882-89 för P. A. Norstedt & Söner. Arkitekt var Magnus Isaeus. I anläggningen ingår ett bostadshus från 1772, ritat av Erik Palmstedt, samt en tryckeribyggnad från 1857 av J. F. Åbom. Firman grundades . . . — Map (db m106882) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — Stallbron
Namnet härrör från det kungliga stallet, som låg på Helgeandsholmen. Bron nämns 1288 och ledde snett över Helgeandsholmen med fortsättning till Gustaf Adolfs torg. Broaria över norra och södra strömfåran kallades gemensamt Norrbro. Dess . . . — Map (db m106864) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — 1047 — Storkyrkans Hus / Cathedral House
Medeltida byggnad, på-och ombyggnad under 1600-talet. Sedan medeltiden boställeshus för Storkykans präster. [English translation:] Medieval building, renovated in the 17th century. Since the Middle Ages, the . . . — Map (db m106933) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — 1049 — Stuténska Huset / The Stuten Building
Medeltida borgarhus ombyggt vid 1600-talets mitt. Den originella fasaden, som tillkom 1780 efter ritningar av stockholmsmurmästaren J.W. Friese, är avsed att vid anblicken från Slottsbacken korrespondera med Storkyrkans östgavel. . . . — Map (db m106915) HM
Sweden, Södermanland Province (Stockholm County), Stockholm — Villa Lusthusporten
Djurgården was originally an enclosed royal hunting ground accessed through various gates. During the 17th century, there was a summer house (Lusthus) here, giving the nearby gate its name (Lusthusporten). In the 19th century, Djurgården . . . — Map (db m106935) HM
Alabama (Lee County), Auburn — Auburn WWI Memorial
In memory of The Auburn Men who gave their lives in the World War — Map (db m106948) WM
Alabama (Lee County), Auburn — The Auburn Guards
. . . — Map (db m106949) HM
Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — Camden Water BattleCivil War — 1864
In the fall of 1864, much of the Confederate infantry in Arkansas was ordered to move to Camden to protect the approaches to Texas during General Sterling Price’s absences in being transferred to the Missouri Campaign.

In September 1864, . . . — Map (db m106889) HM WM

Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — To Our Confederate Women1861 - 1865
To the Confederate women Whose pious ministration To our wounded soldiers, Soothed the last hours of those Who died far from the objects Of their tenderest love; Whose domestic labors Contributed much to supply The wants of . . . — Map (db m106934) HM WM
California (Santa Barbara County), Santa Barbara — The Oreña Adobe1849
Constructed in 1849 by Don José de la Guerra, this adobe was originally used to house supplies brought in from ships anchored in the harbor. Don Gaspar Oreña bought the adobe and added the story-and-a-half portion in 1858, shortly after his . . . — Map (db m106881) HM
Colorado (Prowers County), Lamar — Experience the Past on the Santa Fe Trail
Location, Location, Location Thousands of caravans used the Santa Fe Trail between 1821 and 1880. The trail clung close to the Arkansas River for hundreds of miles across the open plains. The Arkansas Valley offered gentle terrain . . . — Map (db m106937) HM
Colorado (Prowers County), Lamar — Madonna of the Trail
(Front Panel) N.S.D.A.R. Memorial to the Pioneer Mothers of the Covered Wagon Days (Right Side Panel) A place of historical lore noted for Indian lodges; shelter from storm and heat; food supply for beast; bivouac . . . — Map (db m106897) HM
Colorado (Prowers County), Lamar — Santa Fe Trail1822 - 1872
The Santa Fe Trail was the main trade route between Franklin MO and Santa Fe NM. The main part of the trail was 780 miles long. Thousands of freight wagons rumbled along the trail each year, except for the winter months. The trail passes several . . . — Map (db m106939) HM
Colorado (Prowers County), Lamar — Welcome to Colorado - Lamar Country
Welcome to Colorado Colorado’s vast plains, rugged mountains, and grand plateaus, so magnificent in their beauty and variety, seem at times to overshadow the state’s history and people. But look closely. The story of Colorado is every . . . — Map (db m106936) HM
Florida (Lee), Fort Myers — Freshwater Wetlands Habitat
In Southwest Florida, it is often necessary to have storm water retention areas on developed properties. At Manatee Park, this water retention area was planted with wetland vegetation to provide wildlife habitat, improve aesthetics and help filter . . . — Map (db m106677) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Boating with Wildlife
Kayak clinics and guided trips available. Please check flyers available at the visitor center for more information or visit our website at www.leeparks.org Be a real friend to our wildlife: Stay a stranger Paddling provides you with very . . . — Map (db m106693) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Butterflies of Lee County
What are Butterflies Butterflies and Moths are insects that belong to the order Lepidoptera. The Greek word for scale (lepid) and wing (ptera) is joined to mean scale-wing. Their body four wings, and six legs are almost entirely covered with . . . — Map (db m106681) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Manatee Island
Manatee Island, in the Caloosahatchee River, is hereby donated to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to inspire a renewed interest in land dedicated to the information of the Caloosahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, established July 1, 1920, by . . . — Map (db m106680) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Manatee Young
Manatee Mating Female manatees reach sexual maturity at age 3 but will not breed successfully until 6 to 10 years of age. Males are sexually mature at age of two. Manatee mating herds are made up of sexually mature males and female. Within . . . — Map (db m106685) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Mangroves - Trees of the Sea
Mangroves are tropical trees that grow along the coastline in mixed salt and freshwater, or estuarine environments. They live in wet soil, are highly salt tolerant and flourish in areas periodically submerged by tides. Florida is home to three . . . — Map (db m106689) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Munching Manatees
Manatees spend six to eight hours each day feeding. Manatees feed on more than 60 species of aquatic or semi-aquatic plants including sea grasses, mangrove leaves and water hyacinths. Manatee burn a great deal of energy to maintain their body . . . — Map (db m106688) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Other Visitors to Manatee Park
Manatees aren’t the only animals that visit Manatee Park. A wide range of native Florida wildlife can be seen at the park. Some are just passing through, while other are full-time residents. What other wildlife do you see? Black vulture . . . — Map (db m106676) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Pine Flatwoods Habitat
This high and dry habitat provides food and shelter for many species of animals among the shaded canopy, fallen logs and rich decaying leaf litter. Pine flatwoods depends on prescribed fire to keep the canopy relative open, the understory in check, . . . — Map (db m106686) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Relatives and Relationships
The manatee’s closest living relative is the elephant. They have a number of features in common. Manatees have a flexible prehensile lip that functions in a similar way to the trunk of an elephant. It grabs vegetation and places it in the animal’s . . . — Map (db m106684) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Responsible Fishing
How do I know if I can keep a fish? Florida has more anglers than any other state. To protect our fisheries the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) manage game fish using closed seasons, size limits and bag limits. Check . . . — Map (db m106691) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Scrub Oak Habitat
The scrub is a rare and unique habitat where ground cover is sparse due to the dry, low nutrient environment. Plants and animals living in the scrub have adapted to the harsh conditions. Gopher tortoise need sandy, dry land areas to create their . . . — Map (db m106687) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — The Anatomy of a Manatee
Manatees are large, brownish-gray, seal-shaped marine mammals. Adult manatees can grow up to 13 feet and weigh up to 3,000 pounds. Female manatees are usually larger than males.

Skeleton not fat A majority of a manatee’s body weight . . . — Map (db m106678) HM

Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — The Florida Manatee Answering your questions
Why do manatees visit Manatee Park? Biologists believe the historic winter range of the manatee was centered in southern Florida with small groups spending the winter at a few natural springs in northern Florida. The construction of power . . . — Map (db m106672) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — The Manatee-Human Comparison
Though a manatee’s appearance is far from what you might see in your bathroom mirror, humans and manatee are more closely related than you might think.

Breathe Air Manatees have lungs just like humans. When active, they surface every . . . — Map (db m106679) HM

Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — The South Florida EcosystemA century and a half of change…
South Florida Restoration Project: Working to save an ecosystem at risk… At one time, water moved through the Everglades in vast, shallow flow, which led Marjory Stoneman Douglas to call the Everglades: “River of Grass.” . . . — Map (db m106673) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — The U. S. Fish and Wildlife ServicesWorking for Wildlife
Protecting, conserving, and enhancing our nation’s priceless fish and wildlife resources are the primary responsibilities of the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Service oversees marine mammal protection, wildlife law enforcement , migratory . . . — Map (db m106674) HM
Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Tracking Manatees
Discovering travel patterns and habits of manatees helps researchers understand them and help State and Federal Agencies protect them. There are several different ways researchers track manatee travels.

Photo Identification . . . — Map (db m106682) HM

Florida (Lee County), Fort Myers — Why do Manatee Come to Manatee Park ?
Leaves changing color and cooler weather let humans know when seasons are changing. In Florida the seasonal changes are more subtle, but recognized by the Florida manatee. Manatees are usually found in shallow, slow-moving water. They are . . . — Map (db m106675) HM
Florida (Monroe County), Summerland Key — F-901 — State Road 4A
The first Overseas Highway, also known as State Road 4A (SR 4A), consisted of two roadway segments both completed by 1928. One spanned from Key West to No Name Key, and the other from Key Largo to Upper Matecumbe Key. Ferries transported cars . . . — Map (db m107043) HM
Florida (Volushia County), Daytona Beach — Daytona 5002002 Champion — Daytona International Speedway Walk Of Fame
2002 Daytona 500 Champion Ward Burton #22 — Map (db m106982) HM
Florida (Volushia County), Daytona Beach — Daytona 5002003 Champion — Daytona International Speedway Walk Of Fame
2003 Daytona 500 Champion Michael Waltrip #15 — Map (db m106985) HM
Florida (Volushia County), Daytona Beach — Daytona 5001997 Champion — Daytona International Speedway Walk Of Fame
1997 Daytona 500 Champion Jeff Gordon #24 — Map (db m107008) HM
Florida (Volushia County), Daytona Beach — Daytona 5002004 Champion — Daytona International Speedway Walk Of Fame
2004 Daytona 500 Champion Dale Earnhardt Jr #8 — Map (db m107013) HM
Florida (Volushia County), Daytona Beach — Daytona 5002005 Champion — Daytona International Speedway Walk Of Fame
2005 Daytona 500 Champion Jeff Gordon #24 — Map (db m107064) HM
Florida (Volusia County), Daytona Beach — Dale EarnhardtNASCAR Champion — Daytona International Speedway
Dale Earnhardt All Time Victory Leader At Daytona 34 Wins — Map (db m106980) HM
Florida (Volusia County), Daytona Beach — Daytona 5001996 Champion — Daytona International Speedway Walk Of Fame
1996 Daytona 500 Champion Dale Jarrett #88 — Map (db m106978) HM
Florida (Volusia County), Daytona Beach — Daytona 5001999 Champion — Daytona International Speedway Walk Of Fame
1999 Daytona 500 Champion Jeff Gordon #24 — Map (db m106981) HM
Florida (Volusia County), Daytona Beach — William H. G. France & Anne Bledsoe France
A Tribute to the Founders of NASCAR and the Builders of Daytona International Speedway. — Map (db m106813) HM
Florida (Volusia County), DeLand — DeLand Municipal AirportSidney H. Taylor Field
Named In Honor Of Sidney H. Taylor, Attorney, For His Leadership In Retaining The Seat Of Volushia County Government At DeLand. — Map (db m106736) HM
Georgia (Bulloch), Statesboro — Harville House
Samuel’s son, Keebler Henry Harville, purchased the property and built the Harville House as a one-story house around 1894. The second story was added ten years later resulting in a total of 14 rooms to accommodate a growing family. The vernacular . . . — Map (db m106950) HM
Georgia (Bulloch County), Portal — Upper Lotts Creek Primitive Baptist Church and CemeteryBulloch County, Georgia
Organized circa 1829, the church was originally located at the home of Absolom Parrish and called Parrish Meeting House. Following a fire of the log structure on the Parrish farm, the congregation built a second log structure one and one-half miles . . . — (db m107078) HM
Georgia (Bulloch County), Statesboro — 14 — 1790 Union Meeting House
In 1790, John Crawford and Phillip Mathews, Burke Circuit preachers, organized a Methodist Society in the home of Joshua Hodges, Sr. In 1791, Union Meeting House became a frequent entry in Circuit records. In 1794, Union Trustees obtained from . . . — Map (db m107051) HM
Georgia (Bulloch County), Statesboro — 19 — 1804 New Hope Methodist Church
Organized from Union by Rev. Lewis Mayers, New Hope was Bulloch’s second Methodist Church. 1804 trustees were David Kennedy, Josiah Everette, Jarvis Jackson, Burrell Whittington and William M. Kennedy: other leaders were Joseph Hodges, Eli Kennedy . . . — Map (db m107020) HM
Georgia (Bulloch County), Statesboro — Banks Dairy Farm
The Banks Dairy Farm was operated on this site and included 900 acres of cultivated land combined with dairying operations. David Callaway Banks, born April 8, 1882, in Bulloch County, Georgia, was the founder of Banks Dairy Farm and The City Dairy . . . — Map (db m106900) HM
Georgia (Candler County), Pulaski — Excelsior and its Academy
Excelsior was the cultural center of Bulloch County in the late 1800s before it became part of Candler County. It was founded in 1875 on land donated by Jimerson Kennedy, Remer Franklin, W.W. Olliff, Dr. Jeff Williams, and John G. Jones. These . . . — Map (db m106910) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-784 — 17th Indiana Mounted InfantryWilder's Brigade — Reynold's Division
Indiana Seventeenth Regiment (Mounted) Infantry. (Jones) First Brigade. (Wilder) Fourth Division. (Reynolds) Fourteenth Corps. (Thomas) Friday, September 18th, 1863, 5 P.M., to 7 P.M. — Map (db m106803) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-785 — 17th Indiana Mounted InfantryWilder's Brigade — Reynold's Division
Indiana Seventeenth Regiment (Mounted) Infantry. (Jones) First Brigade. (Wilder) Fourth Division. (Reynolds) Fourteenth Corps. (Thomas) Friday, September 18th, 1863, 10 A.M. — Map (db m106837) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-825 — 72nd Indiana Mounted InfantryWilder's Brigade — Reynold's Division
Indiana Seventy-Second Regiment (Mounted) Infantry. (Miller) First Brigade. (Wilder) Fourth Division. (Reynolds) Fourteenth Corps. (Thomas) Friday, September 18th, 1863, 5 P.M. to 6 P.M. — Map (db m106804) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-823 — 72nd Indiana Mounted InfantryWilder's Brigade — Reynold's Division
Indiana Seventy-Second Regiment (Mounted) Infantry. (Miller) First Brigade. (Wilder) Fourth Division. (Reynolds) Fourteenth Corps. (Thomas) Friday, September 18th, 1863, 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. — Map (db m106836) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-497 — Brannan's DivisionThomas' Corps — Brigadier General John M. Brannan
Brannan's Division ... Thomas' Corps Brigadier General John M. Brannan. September 19, 1863. 7:30 a.m. 1st Brigade ... Colonel John M. Connell. 2nd Brigade ... Colonel John T. Croxton. 3rd Brigade ... Colonel Ferdinand . . . — Map (db m106983) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-1092 — Cleburne's Division - Hill's CorpsMajor General Patrick R. Cleburne
Cleburne's Division - Hill's Corps Major General Patrick R. Cleburne September 19th, 1863, 6 p.m. Wood's Brigade - Brigadier General S.A.M. Wood. Polk's Brigade - Brigadier General Lucius E. Polk. Deshler's Brigade - . . . — Map (db m106971) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-1147 — Deshler's BrigadeCleburne's Division — Hill's Corps
Deshler's Brigade. Cleburne's Division - Hill's Corps. Brigadier General James Deshler. September 19, 1863. 6 p.m., 1st Position 19th Arkansas - Lieutenant Colonel A.S. Hutchinson 24th Arkansas - Lieutenant Colonel . . . — Map (db m106914) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-437A — Hood's DivisionLongstreet's Corps — Brigadier General E. McIver
Hood's Division - Longstreet's Corps. Brigadier General E. McIver Law. September 19, 1863. Law's Brigade, - Colonel James L. Sheffield. Robertson's Brigade, - Brigadier General J.B. Robertson. Benning's Brigade, - . . . — Map (db m106815) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-1100 — Johnson's DivisionHood's Corps — Brigadier General Bushrod J. Johnson
Johnson's Division - Longstreet's Corps Brigadier General Bushrod R. Johnson. September 19, 1863. Johnson's Brigade, - Colonel John S. Fulton. Gregg's Brigade, - Brigadier General John Gregg. Gregg's Brigade, - Colonel . . . — Map (db m106816) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-1103 — Liddell's DivisionWalker's Corps — Brigadier General St. John R. Liddell
Liddell's Division, - Walker's Corps. Brigadier General St. John R. Liddell. September 19, 1863, 8 a.m. Liddell's Brigade, - Colonel Daniel C. Govan. Walthall's Brigade, - Brigadier General Edward C. Walthall. The Division crossed . . . — Map (db m106822) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-1106 — Liddell's DivisionWalker's Corps — Brigadier General St. John R. Liddell
Liddell's Division, - Walker's Corps. Brigadier General St. John R. Liddell. September 19, 1863, 8 a.m. Liddell's Brigade, - Colonel Daniel C. Govan. Walthall's Brigade, - Brigadier General Edward C. Walthall. Shortly after sunset . . . — Map (db m107040) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-437 — Longstreet's CorpsMajor General John B. Hood
Longstreet's Corps. Major General John B. Hood. September 18-19, 1863. Hood's Division, - Brigadier General Evander McIver Law. Johnson's Division, - Brigadier General Bushrod R. Johnson. These two Divisions under . . . — Map (db m106819) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-1191 — McNair's BrigadeJohnson's Brigade — Longstreet's Corps
McNair's Brigade Johnson's Division, - Longstreet's Corps. Brigadier General Evander McNair Colonel David Coleman. September 18, 1863, 7 1st Arkansas Rifles, (Dismounted) - Colonel Robert W. Harper. 2d Arkansas . . . — Map (db m106805) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-644A — Van Derveer's Brigade
Route of Van Derveer's Brigade To opening of the Battle. September 19, 1863. — Map (db m107041) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-1119 — Walker's DivisionWalker's Corps — Major General W. H. T. Walker
Walker's Division, - Walker's Corps. Major General W. H. T. Walker. September 19, 1863, 10 a.m. Ector's Brigade, - Brigadier General Matthew D. Ector. Wilson's Brigade, - Colonel Claudius C. Wilson. General Gist and his brigade . . . — Map (db m106974) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-447 — Walker's Reserve CorpsMajor General W.H.T. Walker
Walker's Reserve Corps. Major General W.H.T. Walker. September 19, 1863. 7 a.m. Walker's Division, - Major General W.H.T. Walker. Liddell's Division, - Brigadier General St. John R. Liddell. The Corps crossed the Chickamauga at . . . — Map (db m106823) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-1225 — Walthall's BrigadeLiddell's Division — Walker's Corps
Walthall's Brigade. Liddell's Division ...... Walker's Corps. Brigadier General Edward Cary Walthall. 24th Mississippi, - Lieutenant Colonel R. P. McKelaine. 27th Mississippi, - Colonel James A. Campbell. 29th Mississippi, - Colonel . . . — Map (db m106833) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-1229 — Walthall's BrigadeLiddell's Division — Walker's Corps
Walthall's Brigade. Liddell's Division ...... Walker's Corps. Brigadier General Edward Cary Walthall. September 20, 1863, 5:30 P.M., 3d Position 24th Mississippi, - Captain B.F. Toomer - Captain J.D. Smith. 27th . . . — Map (db m107042) HM
Georgia (Catoosa County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-1231 — Wood's BrigadeCleburne's Division — Hill's Corps
Wood's Brigade Cleburne's Division - Hill's Corps. Brigadier General S. A. M. Wood. September 19, 1863, 6 p.m., 1st Position 16th Alabama - Major John H. McGaughy. 33d Alabama - Colonel Samuel Adams. 45th Alabama - . . . — Map (db m106959) HM
Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Union SchoolBrookman Community
This one room school house provided elementary education, grades Kindergarten through Eighth, to the Brookman Community from the year 1907 to 1955. This structure is an example of early African-American Vernacular. In the early years of the . . . — Map (db m107074) HM
Georgia (Hancock County), Sparta — Glen Mary "The Temple on the Hill"Built Circa 1848
Confederate Colonel Theophilus Jackson Smith built Glen Mary as a gift to his wife, Mary Salome Gonder. The estate would become a major cotton producer in Middle Georgia before the Civil War. The house is considered by many as the finest Greek . . . — Map (db m106811) HM
Georgia (Walker County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-687 — 42nd Illinois InfantryBradley's Brigade — Sheridan's Division
Illinois 42nd Infantry Bradley's Brigade 11 a.m. September 20, 1863. — Map (db m107058) HM
Georgia (Walker County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-691 — 51st Illinois InfantryBradley's Brigade — Sheridan's Division
Illinois 51st Infantry. Bradley's Brigade. 11 a.m. September 20, 1863. — Map (db m107083) HM
Georgia (Walker County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-542 — Barnes' BrigadeVan Cleve's Division — Crittenden's Corps
Barnes' Brigade. Van Cleve's Division - Crittenden's Corps. Colonel Sidney M. Barnes September 20, 1863 1st Position. 35th Indiana - Major P. Dufficy. 8th Kentucky - Major John S. Clark. 21st Kentucky - Colonel . . . — Map (db m107088) HM
Georgia (Walker County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-559 — Buell's BrigadeWood's Division — Crittenden's Corps
Buell's Brigade Wood's Division - Crittenden's Corps. Colonel George P. Buell Sept. 20, 1863. Daylight 100th Illinois - Colonel Frederick A. Bartleson. 58th Indiana - Lieutenant Colonel James T. Embree. 13th . . . — Map (db m107084) HM
Georgia (Walker County), Fort Oglethorpe — MT-593 — Harker's BrigadeWood's Division — Crittenden's Corps
Harker's Brigade. Wood's Division - Crittenden's Corps. Colonel Charles G. Harker. Sept. 20, 1863, Daylight, 1st Position 3rd Kentucky - Colonel Henry C. Dunlap. 64th Ohio - Colonel Alexander McIlvain. 65th . . . — Map (db m107086) HM
Georgia (Wheeler County), Alamo — 16 — 1807 Methodism at Spring Hill
Spring Hill, settled in 1807, was a preaching place on the Ohoopee Circuit by 1814. In 1850 John Carmichael gave land for a campground. A tabernacle replaced the brush arbors about the church. Campmeetings continued seven decades. Clements Institute . . . — Map (db m107059) HM
Idaho (Caribou County), Soda Springs — Fort Hall
For over two decades (1834-1856), fur trappers and Oregon Trail wagon trains passed by the doors of this adobe fort. Nathaniel Wyeth, an ambitious Bostonian, built the post in 1834 but soon sold his holdings to the Hudson's Bay Company, whose staff . . . — Map (db m106849) HM
Idaho (Caribou County), Soda Springs — Hudspeth Cutoff
Native Americans traveled and camped in the Soda Springs area for centuries before emigrants traveled the Oregon Trail. Sheep Rock (Soda Point) marked the junction of the main route of the Oregon-California Trail and the Hudspeth Cutoff and was . . . — Map (db m106850) HM
Idaho (Caribou County), Soda Springs — Idaho's Emigrant Trails
Westward-bound emigrants entered Idaho after crossing Thomas Fork Valley. They soon encountered the climb and decent of Big Hill, witnessed nature's curiosities at Soda Springs, and discovered willing traders at Fort Hall. In 1843 wagons first . . . — Map (db m106845) HM
Idaho (Caribou County), Soda Springs — Sheep Rock Geology
Lava eruptions west of Sheep Rock at least 140,000 years ago blocked the Bear River from draining into the Snake River system. Instead, the Bear was forced to drain into what was then Lakes Thatcher and Bonneville to the south. The Bear River's . . . — Map (db m106847) HM
Idaho (Caribou County), Soda Springs — Trails, Rails and Highways
This is an east-west travel corridor of the earliest emigrant trails that continued even after the arrival of railroads and highways. Early explorers, such as John Fremont, Jedediah Smith, Osborne Russell, and missionary Narcissi Whitman were among . . . — Map (db m106846) HM
Idaho (Owyhee County), Homedale — Oregon Trail1842-1863

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Louisiana (East Baton Rouge Parish), Baton Rouge — Glenn DorseyDefensive Tackle
One of the most decorated defenders in LSU history, he was awarded the Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi and Lott Awards in 2007 and was named All-American his junior and senior seasons. He anchored an LSU defense that twice ranked No. 3 nationally in . . . — Map (db m106828) HM
Maine (Cumberland County), South Portland — Civil War Memorial

In honor of those who served in the War for the Union 1861 - 1865

"Yours has the suffering been the memory shall be ours."

"Your silent tents of green we deck with fragrant flowers."

Erected by Thatcher Post No. 111 . . . — Map (db m107072) WM

Maine (Cumberland County), South Portland — Rev. John O'Dowd

First Rector of the Sacred Heart Church — Map (db m107075) HM

Maine (Penobscot County), Bangor — Bangor World War II Honored Dead

These Bangor WWII Veterans Gave The Ultimate Sacrifice

[Names not transcribed] — Map (db m106940) WM

Maine (Penobscot County), Bangor — Korean War Memorial

This memorial is to honor All Korean War Veterans with special tribute to Maine Congressional Medal of Honor recipients

Cpl. David B. Champagne Cpl. Clair Goodblood Sgt. George D. Libby Maj. Charles J. Loring, Jr. Col. Lewis . . . — Map (db m106944) WM

Maine (Penobscot County), Bangor — Purple Heart MemorialCombat Wounded Veterans — 1782 • Military Order of the Purple Heart • 1932
. . . — Map (db m106942) WM
Maine (Penobscot County), Bangor — Veterans Memorial

In Memory of All Veterans

Freedom Is Not Free — Map (db m106946) WM

Maine (York County), Kittery — Historic Rice Public LibraryArabella Rice, youngest of four daughters born to Capt. Robert Rice and wife Charlotte, died 1872
Rice Public Library opened on 5 November 1888. The institution’s first trustees included former New Hampshire Gov. Ichabod Goodwin, who was married to Arabella’s cousin Sarah Parker Rice. Their mansion is one of the celebrated landmarks of . . . — Map (db m107005) HM
Maryland (Anne Arundel County), Annapolis — Prisoner of War Memorial
In Honor of American Prisoners of War and their Sacrifice and Service to our Nation — Map (db m106795) WM
Maryland, Baltimore — Confederate Soldiers Memorial
Erected to the memory of the Confederate Dead by the Loudon Park Confederate Memorial Association. 1870 — Map (db m106853) WM
Maryland, Baltimore — Harry Gilmor Monument
Front panel In memory of Harry Gilmor, Lt. Col. 2nd Maryland Cavalry, Army of Northern Virginia. C.S.A

Back panel Harry Gilmor Born January 24, 1838. Died March 4, 1883. Distinguished in Eighteen Hundred and Seventy Seven as . . . — Map (db m106855) WM

Maryland (Baltimore County), Timonium — Field of Honor
The flag of our country flies today in freedom and glory, proudly and solemnly honoring her sons and daughters, named below, who dedicated their lives to her service and to the principles of equal justice and liberty for all. Per Crucem Ad Lucem . . . — Map (db m106901) WM
Maryland (Baltimore County), Timonium — General James P. S. Devereux Memorial
In memory of James Patrick Sinnott Devereux Brigadier General United States Marine Corps. Hero of Wake Island. When all is said and done actions speak louder than words. — Map (db m106898) WM
Maryland (Baltimore County), Timonium — Memorial to All Marylanders who lost lives to Terrorists
In memory of all Americans, especially the men and women of Maryland who lost their lives at the hands of terrorists while serving in the Armed Forces of the United States.

Charles Keith Bailey, USMC Berlin, Beirut, Lebanon 23 October 1983 • . . . — Map (db m106904) WM

Maryland (Baltimore County), Timonium — Memorial to Marylanders-Liberation of Kuwait
In memory of all Americans especially those courageous Marylanders, who died during the liberation of Kuwait. Their devotion to duty, bravery, and patriotism will never be forgotten by a grateful nation and state.

LT James H. Love, USN, . . . — Map (db m106905) WM

Maryland (Baltimore County), Timonium — The American Gold Star Mothers
To the truly brave-The Mothers. Do you ask for a song of courage. In this day of bloodshed and woe, when all about us are heroes and brave men wherever we go! To grown all of these, could there yet be another who’s ahead in each . . . — Map (db m106902) WM
Maryland (Baltimore County), Timonium — World War II and Korean War Memorial1941-1945 1950-1953
Dedicated to the men and women of the Armed Services of the United States especially the citizens of Baltimore County who saved the world from tyranny December 7, 1941-August 15, 1945 and preserved the independence of South Korea June 25, 1950-July . . . — Map (db m106899) WM
Maryland (Frederick County), Frederick — Barbara Fritchie Cabins & Tea Room
Site of Barbara Fritchie Cabins 1933 - 1987 erected by Charles A. Faust Barbara Fritchie Tea Room 1938 - 1987 — Map (db m107063) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Mount Airy — All Wars Memorial
Dedicated to the Honor and Sacrifice of the men and women of Mount Air who served in the Armed Forces of the United States in all wars. — Map (db m106839) WM
Maryland (Frederick County), Mount Airy — Civil War Memorial
“Let no vandalism or avarice or neglect, no ravages of time testify to the present or to the coming generations, that we have forgotten as a people the cost of a free and undivided republic.” Gen. John A. Logan 1868. — Map (db m106838) WM
Maryland (Frederick County), Myersville — The First Churches of Western Maryland
The First Churches of Western Maryland Were built on or near this site Dutch Congregation 1711-1786 Lutheran and Reformed 1786-1806 United Brethern 1806-1852 Erected in memory of those who established Churches of Christ . . . — Map (db m106787) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Myersville — Ye Olde Ostertag-Easterday Homestead
This house, built in the 'mid 1700's, is a typical pioneer log homestead house built in this area by early German settlers. the location of such early homes was very important as it helped to provide the many necessities for their existence. For . . . — Map (db m106810) HM
Maryland (Kent County), Chestertown — American Revolution Memorial
To the patriots of Kent County who risked their lives and fortunes for freedom during the American Revolution. — Map (db m106880) WM
Maryland (Kent County), Chestertown — Desert Storm Memorial1990 1991
Honoring those who served from Kent & Queen Anne’s Counties. — Map (db m106885) WM
Maryland (Kent County), Chestertown — War of 1812 Memorial
To honor those of Kent County who fought so valiantly during the War of 1812 — Map (db m106884) WM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Poolesville — The Old Bank Building
A Poolseville landmark, the Old Bank was built in 1910. Its architectural style is referred to as “vaguely classical” and was typical of many of the town's structures. Most of the historic downtown was destroyed by fire in 1923. The . . . — Map (db m106997) HM
Maryland (Washington County), Hagerstown — Henry Kyd Douglas1838 - 1903 — Military And Literary Figure
An officer in the Confederate army, Douglas served with distinction on the small personal staff of General “Stonewall” Jackson during the Valley Campaign (1862) which made Jackson a legend in military history. Wounded six times, Douglas . . . — Map (db m107054) HM
Maryland (Washington County), Hagerstown — John V. Jamison, Sr. and John V. Jamison Jr.
In 1906, J. V. Jamison, Sr. and two partners founded the Jones Cold Store Door Company. He soon bought his partners' interest. Over five decades, he and his son, J. V. Jamison, Jr. grew the company (renamed the Jamison Cold Storage Door Company) . . . — Map (db m107056) HM
Maryland (Washington County), Hagerstown — Matthias Peter Möller1854 - 1937 — Business And Industry Figure
Möller was the founder of some of the most successful businesses in Hagerstown's history. He moved his organ factory to Hagerstown in 1881 and it grew to become the largest in the world. it produced over 11,000 instruments before closing in 1992. in . . . — Map (db m107055) HM
Maryland (Washington County), Hagerstown — Thomas Kennedy1776 - 1832 — Civil Rights Figure
An advocate of religious liberty, Thomas Kennedy was born in Scotland and immigrated to America in 1795. He was elected to represent Hagerstown in the Maryland legislature in 1817 and served on a committee tasked with considering removing the . . . — Map (db m107053) HM
Massachusetts (Hampden County), Springfield — Armory Square

Two outstanding commanding officers, Roswell Lee and James W. Ripley, set the tone for Springfield Armory's development in the first half of the 19th century. They envisioned a "Grand National Armory," with stately buildings arranged around a . . . — Map (db m107107) HM

Massachusetts (Hampden County), Springfield — From Arsenal to Icon

The massive building ahead served as Springfield Armory's Main Arsenal, a storage facility for the weapons manufactured here. Constructed between 1847 and 1850 during the term of Commanding Officer James W. Ripley, the building dominated the . . . — Map (db m107082) HM

Massachusetts (Hampden County), Springfield — Innovation Continues at STCCHistoric Legacy, Shared Future

Innovation Continues at STCC The armory legacy of innovation lives on at Springfield Technical Community College (STCC). Founded in 1967 just before the armory closed down, STCC is located on 35 acres of the Springfield Armory National . . . — Map (db m107111) HM

Massachusetts (Hampden County), Springfield — The Military Presence

As a "military factory," Springfield Armory was a hybrid installation, never a typical military post. During and after the Civil War, the military presence increased, with junior officers taking more of a hand in supervising production and . . . — Map (db m107109) HM

Michigan (Ingham County), East Lansing — "That a Ladies Course be Organized"
Side 1 The first women at the Michigan Agricultural College enrolled in 1896 in the "women's course," taught by Edith F. McDermott, Professor of Domestic Economy and Household Science. In 1899, the Michigan Legislature . . . — Map (db m106835) HM
Michigan (Ingham County), East Lansing — S572 — Alice B. Cowles House
Side 1 The Alice B. Cowles House, built in 1857, is the oldest building on the Michigan State University campus. Built as a "Farm Cottage" on Faculty Row from bricks made of clay from the banks of the Red Cedar River, it was originally the . . . — Map (db m106907) HM
Michigan (Ingham County), East Lansing — L629 — Bigelow-Kuhn-Thomas House
By 1986 this Greek Revival house was the only privately-owned pre-Civil War house still used as a residence in East Lansing. Horace Bigelow (c. 1822-1891) built it in 1849. According to the 1874 Atlas of Ingham County, Bigelow was "a farmer, . . . — Map (db m106962) HM
Michigan (Ingham County), East Lansing — L2205 — College Field
Side 1 In 1900 about 625 students attended the State Agricultural College, known commonly as M.A.C. The school was the precursor to Michigan State University. Making a new commitment to serious intercollegiate athletic competition, the . . . — Map (db m106931) HM
Michigan (Ingham County), East Lansing — S327 — Harry J. Eustace Hall
Famous horticulturist and educator, Liberty Hyde Bailey, designed this building as the first separate horticulture laboratory in America. Completed in 1888, the structure contained rooms for classes and botanical experiments. It exemplified Bailey's . . . — Map (db m106911) HM
Michigan (Ingham County), East Lansing — Justin S. Morrill Hall of Agriculture
Side 1 When completed in 1909, Agriculture Hall was the grandest structure at what that year officially became known as Michigan Agricultural College. Invoking antiquity with its massive concrete Tuscan columns and neoclassical . . . — Map (db m106832) HM
Michigan (Ingham County), East Lansing — 1 — Michigan State University
On this site stood College Hall, first building in the United States erected for the teaching of scientific agriculture. Here began the first college of its kind in America, and the model for Land-Grant colleges established under the Morrill Act . . . — Map (db m106921) HM
Michigan (Ingham County), East Lansing — Sleepy Hollow
Side 1 The small depression between Beaumont Tower and the Music Practice Building, known today as Sleepy Hollow, is the last vestige of a small, spring-fed brook entering the campus from the north and draining into the Red . . . — Map (db m106834) HM
Michigan (Ingham County), East Lansing — The Nation's Pioneer Land-Grant University
Left Panel The Agricultural College of the State of Michigan was founded on February 12, 1855, as a bold experiment in higher education. The College opened the doors of higher education to the common man - and, later, woman - . . . — Map (db m106820) HM
Michigan (Ingham County), East Lansing — The Rededication of the Beaumont Tower Bells
On May 3, 1996, the bells of Beaumont Tower rang again after having been silenced by wear and tear since 1987. Spartans everywhere rejoiced. In July 1995, the MSU Board of Trustees approved a renovation plan for the tower and carillon. A . . . — Map (db m106923) HM
Michigan (Ingham County), Haslett — L154 — Haslett
Settlement on Pine Lake, now Lake Lansing, began in the 1830s, but real growth came after the opening of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad in 1877. Easy access prompted the Nemoka Spritual Association to begin in 1883 the first of a long series . . . — Map (db m106964) HM
Michigan (Lake County), Baldwin — 181 — Lake County
This county was originally set off in 1840 and first named Aishcum after a well-known Potawatomi chief. In 1843 the name was changed to Lake. For three decades it was attached to neighboring counties until 1871 when settlement was sufficient to . . . — Map (db m106842) HM
Michigan (Mackinac County), Mackinac Island — Grand Hotel
Opened on July 10, 1887, the Grand Hotel was built by the Grand Rapids & Indiana and the Michigan Central railroads and the Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company through the efforts of Sen. Francis B. Stockbridge. It is built of Michigan white . . . — Map (db m107066) HM
Michigan (Mackinac County), Mackinac Island — Island House
Constructed for Charles O’Malley about 1852, this building was one of the first summer hotels on Mackinac Island. Captain Henry Van Allen, a Great Lakes Skipper, purchased the hotel in 1865. He later moved it from the beach to its present . . . — Map (db m107061) HM
Michigan (Mackinac County), Mackinac Island — Mackinac Conference
On September 6, 1943, Michigan’s Republican United States Senator, Arthur H. Vandenberg, chaired the meeting of the Post War Advisory Council. Republican National Committee Chairman, Harrison Spangler, created the council to draw up a foreign . . . — Map (db m107071) HM
Michigan (Mason County), Ludington — L2051 — Swedish Lutheran Church
During the 1870s and 1880s, Ludington Swedes, Danes and Norwegians worshipped together as the Scandinavian Lutheran Society. In 1873 the society built a church where all three languages were spoken. The Swedes, who formed their own congregation on . . . — Map (db m106848) HM
Michigan (Mason County), Pere Marquette Township — Boy and Girl Under the Umbrella
For generations of Ludington residents, the statue of the "Boy and Girl Under the Umbrella" was the center piece of the City Park. The statue, made entirely of a cast metal, originally had been positioned on the front lawn of the James Foley . . . — Map (db m107090) HM
Michigan (Mason County), Pere Marquette Township — L600 — First Mason County Courthouse
Erected in 1849 — Map (db m107044) HM
Michigan (Mecosta County), Big Rapids — Ferris State College
This plaque marks the first permanent site of Ferris State College established by Woodbridge N. Ferris 1884 — Map (db m106919) HM
Michigan (Mecosta County), Big Rapids — Historic DowntownBig Rapids
The Fairman and Newton Block replaced the Mason House after an act of arson burned down the wooden frame hotel in 1879. Ferdinand Fairman located his banking business in the basement of his brick building, while the upper stories were reserved for a . . . — Map (db m106840) HM
Michigan (Mecosta County), Big Rapids — Historic DowntownBig Rapids
Upper Image Caption This building was built on this location in 1886. It became Citizens State Bank in 1901. The Big Rapids Pioneer was housed in the basement of the bank with an entryway on Maple Street. Lower . . . — Map (db m106920) HM
Michigan (Mecosta County), Big Rapids — Historic DowntownBig Rapids
Upper Image Caption Don's Radio & T.V. and Lutzke's Pianos and Organs were once located on the west side Michigan Avenue, across from City Hall, where we now have a shopping center parking lot. Lower Image . . . — Map (db m106958) HM
Michigan (Oceana County), Hart — L2210 — John Gurney Park / Auto Tourist Camps
John Gurney Park Former state senator Theron Gurney and his wife, Helen, donated land to the village of Hart in 1912 for a park to honor their son, Lieutenant John Gurney (1871-1898), a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at . . . — Map (db m106965) HM
Michigan (Oceana County), Mears — L2243 — Petite Pointe Au Sable Lighthouse
Side 1 Here the Petite Pointe Au Sable (little point of sand) juts into Lake Michigan. Increased shipping on the lake started after the Civil War, largely due to the expanding lumber industry. Consequently, this isolated point became the . . . — Map (db m107009) HM
Michigan (Oceana County), Pentwater — S571 — Graveyard of Ships / Veterans' Day Storm
Graveyard of Ships The twenty-mile span of Lake Michigan between Little Point Sable, at Silver Lake, and Big Point Sable, north of Ludington, has earned a reputation as the "Graveyard of Ships." Beginning with the loss of the . . . — Map (db m106970) HM
Minnesota (Saint Louis County), Tower — Welcome to DM&IR Engine # 1218
This steam locomotive was one of 12, received from the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1910, used by the Duluth, and Iron Range Railway (as number 218) and later by the Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Railway (as number 1218) to haul righ iron ore from . . . — Map (db m107035) HM
Minnesota (St. Louis County), Tower — Tower Train Museum
When iron ore was discovered on the Vermilion Range, Charlemagne Tower, Sr., George Stone, Charlemagne Tower, Jr., and George Stuntz formed the Minnesota Iron Company and acquired the Duluth and Iron Range Railway (D&IR). In 1883, they constructed a . . . — Map (db m107030) HM
Mississippi (Adams County), Natchez — History of St. Catherine StreetNatchez Trails
Pre-Civil War St. Catherine Street The road, for the first mile, after leaving town, passed through a charming country, seen at intervals, and between long lines of unpainted, wretched looking dwellings, occupied as 'groggeries' by free . . . — Map (db m106918) HM
Mississippi (Hinds County), Jackson — First Presbyterian Church
Organized by five Jacksonians in 1837. Under the leadership of Rev. L.D. Halsey, a church building was constructed herein 1845-46 on land purchased from the state. Utilized for Christian worship until 1951. — Map (db m107069) HM
Mississippi (Hinds County), Jackson — The "Cotton Bale" Battery
During the Siege of Jackson, July 10-17, 1863, Confederate Gen. William W. Loring's division held defensive positions extending east of the Canton Road to the Pearl River. A number of artillery batteries were posted on this line, the most prominent . . . — Map (db m107070) HM
New York (Clinton County), Champlain — First School
In the first school which stood near this site Dr. William Beaumont surgeon and physiologist was schoolmaster, 1807-10. — Map (db m106843) HM
New York (Clinton County), Champlain — Jehudi Ashmun
Site of the birthplace of Jehudi Ashmun, April 21, 1794. First colonization agent at Liberia, Africa, 1822-1828. — Map (db m106844) HM
New York (Clinton County), Town of Plattsburgh — Pike's Cantonment
A War of 1812 military camp stood to the west of this marker. Many occupants died defending Plattsburgh and lie buried not far from here. — Map (db m106841) HM
New York (Nassau County), Garden City — Camp Albert Mills
Site of Camp Albert Mills Established August 1917 A World War 1 Army Camp Used by the 42nd Infantry Known as the Rainbow Division — Map (db m106913) HM
New York (New York County), New York City — John Wolfe Ambrose
1838 – 1899 Dedicated by the City of New York to John Wolfe Ambrose for whom the Deep Sea Channel is Named His vision, scientific knowledge and indefatigable courage aided in making New York the greatest Sea Port of the World — Map (db m107052) HM
New York (Steuben County), Pulteney — Chateau Frank
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Ohio (Champaign County), Urbana — Champaign County World War I Memorial
In honor of the men and women of Champaign County who served in the World War 1914- 1918 Urbana Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution 1925 — Map (db m106995) WM
Ohio (Logan County), Russells Point — Sandy Beach ParkThe Original Marker
Sandy Beach Park formerly on this site built in 1924 by founders French L. Wilgus 1886- 1950 and his father Samuel L. Wilgus 1854- 1951. There existed “A Million Dollar Playground” Amusement Park, Old Vienna Gardens Night Club, . . . — Map (db m106783) HM
Oregon (Baker County), Sumpter — A Golden HistorySumpter Valley Dredge
Welcome to the historic world of Sumpter Valley Dredge State Heritage Area! Here you will find one of the largest gold dredges in the United States. There are many ways to learn about the dredge and the people who worked it, from tours to . . . — Map (db m106794) HM
Oregon (Baker County), Sumpter — Floating in its own pondMoving the dredge
The dredge floated in about nine feet of water- but it could move anywhere it wanted in the valley because it took its pond with it. Hard to imagine, isn't it? It worked because the dredge dug a pond for itself to float in as it moved -- . . . — Map (db m106871) HM
Oregon (Malheur County), Adrian — The South Alternate Route of the Oregon Trail
During the late 19th century thousands of Americans left farms, families and friends to trek the Oregon Trail toward new lives in the West. The trail was nearly 2,000 miles across prairies, mountains and parched deserts. Contrary to popular belief, . . . — Map (db m106941) HM

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