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Since its inception, the Foundation has grown to six historic signage programs, funding over 1,000 markers & plaques in New York, Ohio and beyond, all the way to Alaska. Includes historic, Legends & Lore, Women's Suffrage, Transportation Canals and the NRHP.
 
Votes for Women Marker at the historic Rickwood Field. image, Touch for more information
By Mark Hilton, December 26, 2021
Votes for Women Marker at the historic Rickwood Field.
1Alabama (Jefferson County), Birmingham — 60 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
On Aug. 18, 1915, Alabama Equal Suffrage Association and Birmingham Barons hosted suffrage day here in support of women's suffrageMap (db m188885) HM
2Arizona (Coconino County), Flagstaff — 12 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Arizona Equal Suffrage Assn hosted speech by national suffragist Anna Howard Shaw here in 1912 to promote woman suffrage in ArizonaMap (db m193161) HM
3Colorado (Denver County), Denver — 421 — Elitch Theatre
Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m203421) HM
4Colorado (Denver County), Denver — 58 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Home of Margaret Brown, ‘Titanic’ survivor & national advocate for Suffrage & Labor Rights. Proposed as candidate for U.S. Senate 1914.Map (db m177950) HM
5Connecticut (Tolland County), Union — 302 — Union Green Historic District
Union Green Historic District Has Been Placed On The National Register Of Historic Places In 1990 By The United States Department Of The InteriorMap (db m148114) HM
6Delaware (New Castle County), New Castle — 97 — Votes for Women — National Votes for Women Trail — Road to the 19th Amendment —
Women munitions workers at former Bethlehem Steel Plant south of here jailed in Washington DC protesting for women's suffrage 1917-1919.Map (db m211090) HM
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7Delaware (New Castle County), Wilmington — 87 — Lafayette's Tour — The Lafayette Trail — Mapping the Farewell Tour —
On October 6, 1824, General Lafayette entered Brandywine Village and he was escorted to Joseph Tatnall's house where he addressed family members.Map (db m210793) HM
8Delaware (New Castle County), Wilmington — 31 — Suffrage Rally — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
May 2, 1914. First rally in Delaware for women's right to vote. Suffrage parade from Wilm. Train Station to this site.Map (db m184932) HM
9Delaware (New Castle County), Wilmington — 28 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Former site of Garrett Settlement House. African American suffrage club and integrated suffrage events held here 1914-1920.Map (db m186357) HM
10Delaware (New Castle County), Wilmington — 42 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Blanche Stubbs, 1872-1952. Equal Suffrage Study Club leader & advocate for African American voting and civil rights. Lived here.Map (db m184935) HM
11Delaware (New Castle County), Wilmington — 43 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Alice Dunbar-Nelson, 1875-1935. Teacher, author, civil rights leader. Elected president Equal Suffrage Study Club 1914. Lived here.Map (db m186358) HM
12Delaware (Sussex County), Georgetown — 52 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Margaret W. Houston Sussex Co. suffrage leader elected V.P. of Delaware Equal Suffrage Assn. 1896. Helped est. town library 1899.Map (db m190454) HM
13Delaware (Sussex County), Lewes — 50 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Leah Burton, 1878-1968. State & Sussex Co. organizer and advocate for women's right to vote, 1915-1920. Lived here until 1920.Map (db m190356) HM
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14District of Columbia (Washington), Navy Yard — 34 — Lafayette's Tour — The Lafayette Trail — Mapping the Farewell Tour™ —
On October 15, 1824, General Lafayette visited the Washington Navy Yard at the invitation of Navy Commodore Thomas Tingey.Map (db m184842) HM
15District of Columbia (Washington), NoMa/Sursum Corda — 139 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Nannie Helen Burroughs advocated for equality and women's suffrage. Graduated with honors 1896 from the former M Street High School.Map (db m198384) HM
16Florida (Alachua County), Hawthorne — 714 — Hawthorne Cemetery
Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2015 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m184924) HM
17Florida (Flagler County), Bunnell — 369 — Bunnell Water Tower
Bunnell Water Tower has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2019 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m209101) HM
18Florida (Hillsborough County), Tampa — Dueling in Ybor City
Violence was commonplace during the early years of Ybor City. Even duels were sometimes fought over honor, women, and at least once over an argument regarding which novel was appropriate to be read by the lector of a cigar factory. These duels, . . . Map (db m176191) HM
19Florida (Hillsborough County), Tampa — The Tobacco War
On May 16, 1896, during Cuba's 1895 Revolution against Spanish rule, the Captain General of Cuba, Valeriano Weyler, enacted an embargo against Cuban tobacco to the United States. He was enraged by the revolutionary activities of the Ybor City . . . Map (db m176267) HM
20Florida (Hillsborough County), Tampa — WDAE-Florida's First Radio Station
WDAE was the first radio station to broadcast in Florida, doing so on May 15, 1922. The Tampa Daily Times was the original license holder, and the first radio studio was located in the Florida Citrus Exchange Building (later part of the Maas . . . Map (db m176260) HM
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21Florida (Hillsborough County), Ybor City — The Birth of Mutual Aid Societies in America
Soon after the founding of Ybor City, Cuban, Spanish, and Italian immigrants established comprehensive health maintenance organizations. For small weekly dues they received medicines, hospitalization, and medical services. On June 18, 1888, Don . . . Map (db m130180) HM
22Florida (Pinellas County), Dunedin — 49 — Votes For Women — Road to the 19th Amendment
Elizabeth Skinner, Florida Equal Suffrage Assn. organized county women here in former library hall. Lobbied for suffrage in Tallahassee 1919.Map (db m174829) HM
23Illinois (DuPage County), Lombard — 33 — Votes For Women — Road To The 19th Amendment
On April 6, 1891, attorney Ellen Martin & 14 women voted in Lombard election asserting town charter gave right to all citizens of voting age.Map (db m173085) HM
24Illinois (Gallatin County), Old Shawneetown — 81 — Lafayette's Tour
On May 7, 1825, General Lafayette was welcomed at Rawlings' Hotel where a repast had been prepared in his honor.Map (db m208002) HM
25Illinois (LaSalle County), Ottawa — Jim Gray's Escape to Freedom
In 1859, Jim Gray, a slave who escaped from Missouri, was apprehended in Illinois by slave hunters. Gray was taken to Ottawa for a hearing before Justice John Dean Caton of the Illinois Supreme Court's northern division. On October 19, with a . . . Map (db m201759) HM
26Iowa (Henry County), Mount Pleasant — 14 — Votes For Women — National Votes for Women Trail — Road to the 19th Amendment —
Belle Babb Mansfield, first U.S. woman attorney 1869. Elected Pres., Iowa Woman Suffrage Convention 1870. Taught at IW 1873-1881.Map (db m177820) HM
27Kentucky (Boyle County), Danville — 4 — Dr. Mary E. Britton
Physician & teacher spoke here at 1887 State Assoc. of Colored Teachers Meeting advocating women's suffrage. Speech in national newspaper.Map (db m132656) HM
28Kentucky (Fayette County), Lexington — 21 — Childhood Home — National Votes for Women Trail — Road to the 19th Amendment —
Kentucky Equal Rights Assn. pres. Madeline McDowell Breckinridge who hosted receptions here 1915 & 1920 for suffrage conventions.Map (db m169733) HM
29Kentucky (Franklin County), Frankfort — 50 — Lafayette's Tour — The Lafayette Trail — Mapping the Farewell Tour ™ —
On May 14, 1825, General Lafayette was entertained with a ball at Weisicer's Tavern. He also visited Margaretta Brown here.Map (db m205527) HM
30Kentucky (Jefferson County), Louisville — 1 — Susan Look Avery
1817-1915. Woman's rights leader, founded Louisville Woman's Suffrage Assoc. in 1889 & the Woman's Club of Louisville in 1890.Map (db m132657) HM
31Kentucky (Kenton County), Covington — 113 — Eugenia B. Farmer — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Statewide suffrage leader. Led fight for women's school suffrage in KY. Helped host state suffrage convention here in 1897.Map (db m201108) HM
32Kentucky (Madison County), Richmond — 3 — Mary Barr Clay — National Votes for Women Trail —
Childhood home Pres., Amer. Woman Suffrage Assoc. 1883. Addressed U.S. House of Reps. in support of women's suffrage 1884Map (db m202757) HM
33Kentucky (Scott County), Georgetown — 52 — LaFayette's Tour — The LaFayette Trail —
On May 17, 1825, General LaFayette dined nearby at Blue Spring Farm, home of Richard Mentor Johnson, and lodged 5 mi. from Georgetown.Map (db m202952) HM
34Kentucky (Woodford County), Versailles — 2 — Josephine Henry — 1843-1928
Home of suffragist, author, orator and teacher who lobbied for equal rights for all women.Map (db m170006) HM
35Louisiana (Claiborne Parish), Weldon — 469 — Alabama Methodist Church
Alabama Methodist Church has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m209818) HM
36Louisiana (East Baton Rouge Parish), Baton Rouge — 66 — Votes For Women — Road to the 19th Amendment
Legislators debated passing Federal and State Suffrage Amendments here in 1920. Suffragists held a public rally in support of the 19th Amendment.Map (db m177927) HM
37Maryland (Baltimore), Upton — 8 — Suffrage Leaders — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Augusta Chissell & Margaret Hawkins held meetings of African American women's suffrage clubs here in their neighboring homes 1915-1916.Map (db m143007) HM
38Maryland (Baltimore County), Towson — Goucher College — National Votes for Women Trail — Road to the 19th Amendment —
Faculty & students campaigned for women’s suffrage, hosted suffrage seekers & marched in Washington DC 1913. Students picketed White House 1917.Map (db m145894) HM
39Maryland (Carroll County), Westminster — 116 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Mary B. Shellman, community leader and 1913 founding president Carroll County Just Government League, educated voters here 1920.Map (db m188390) HM
40Maryland (Harford County), Havre de Grace — 10 — Lafayette's Tour
On July 29, 1825, General Lafayette visited Havre de Grace after he descended the Susquehanna River aboard the Steamboat Norfolk.Map (db m160215) HM
41Maryland (Talbot County), Easton — 117 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Home of Mary Jankins, woman suffrage leader. Along with Mary B. Dixon, organized local suffrage efforts 1909 - 1916.Map (db m199294) HM
42Massachusetts (Dukes County), Chilmark — 301 — Gay Head Light
Gay Head Light has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m178099) HM
43Michigan (Oakland County), Pontiac — 71 — Votes For Women — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Oakland County Equal Suffrage Assn. organized May 9, 1912 at former courthouse in Pontiac to actively campaign for Women’s right to vote.Map (db m205904) HM
44Mississippi (Adams County), Natchez — 32 — Lafayette's Tour — The Lafayette Trail - Mapping the Farwell Tour
On April 18, 1825, General Lafayette visited Natchez, spoke on the Bluff, dined at The Steamboat Hotel & attended a ball at Traveller's Lodge.Map (db m192867) HM
45Missouri, St. Louis — 152 — Virginia Minor — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Pres., MO Woman Suffrage Assn. In 1875, Supreme Court ruled against her attempt to vote under 14th Amendment, site of former home.Map (db m210404) HM
46New Hampshire (Rockingham County), Greenland — 33 — Lafayette's Tour — The Lafayette Trail — Mapping the Farewell Tour™ —
On Sept. 1, 1824, General Lafayette was received by the citizens of Greenland at a triumphal arch erected in front of the local hotel.Map (db m186251) HM
47New Jersey (Monmouth County), Shrewsbury — 388 — Shrewsbury Historic District
Shrewsbury Historic District has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m209046) HM
48New York (Albany County), Altamont — 276 — Henry Crounse
Union Army Captain NY 91st Regiment Co. D Lived and Farmed on this Site from ca. 1822 Until his Death in 1901 Map (db m128002) HM
49New York (Albany County), Berne — 347 — Anti-Rent
Convention Held Here January 15, 1845. Delegates From 11 Counties Petitioned State To End Unjust Land Lease System. Map (db m131413) HM
50New York (Albany County), Glenmont — 163 — Votes For Woman — Road To The 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Former Estate of Judge Elisha Powell Hurlbut. Wrote "Rights of Woman" essay in 1841. Served On State Suffrage Committee 1880-1882Map (db m205528) HM
51New York (Albany County), Knox — 227 — Palatine Trail
Road Used for Travel West to Schoharie Valley As Early as 1767, The Town of Knox Began To Grow Around This Path. Map (db m88107) HM
52New York (Albany County), Knox — 226 — Toll Gate #3
Old Albany and Schoharie Plank Road Passed Here Between 1849 and 1866. Wagons on Wood Planks Said To Make a Thunderous Noise Map (db m91049) HM
53New York (Albany County), New Scotland — 280 — Lime Kiln Farm
Named for Stone Kilns used to make lime. First farmed 1842. Miller Family farmed here over 100 years beginning in 1905. Map (db m97287) HM
54New York (Allegany County), Alfred — 56 — Votes for Women — Road to the 19th Amendment
Abigail Allen, 1824-1902. Early suffragist, reformer, & Alfred University educator declared "Be radical, radical to the core” in 1873 speechMap (db m171918) HM
55New York (Allegany County), Andover — 308 — Early Cemetery
Cole-Dike cemetery first burial Zeriah Dike in 1798. Revolutionary War veteran Nathaniel Dike 1747-1813 buried here.Map (db m133057) HM
56New York (Allegany County), Bolivar — Early Cemetery
Used as a burial ground for pioneer families: Lesuer, Tyler, Cowles, Kellogg, Mead, Daniels, Beers, Davie stones date from the 1820's.Map (db m88284) HM
57New York (Allegany County), Bolivar — Lesuer House
Early settler Eli Lesuer bought this property 1834. Elected 1st town assessor 1825, school commissioner 1834, and path master 1846.Map (db m88283) HM
58New York (Allegany County), Ceres — Ceres School
Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m88289) HM
59New York (Broome County), Binghamton — Alfred Dunk House
Alfred Dunk House has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m198185) HM
60New York (Broome County), Binghamton — 490 — Centenary Church
Site of the 45th Annual Convention of the NY State Woman Suffrage Association attended by 162 delegates October 14-17, 1913Map (db m132676) HM
61New York (Broome County), Binghamton — Phelps Mansion Museum
Phelps Mansion Museum has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places 1973 by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m92921) HM
62New York (Broome County), Binghamton — 625 — Stone Opera House
Built by Charles Stone in 1892 & visited by Theodore Roosevelt in 1900. This theatre hosted many famed actors and playwrights.Map (db m198182) HM
63New York (Broome County), Binghamton — 149 — Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church
Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998 by the United States Department of the Interior.Map (db m198201) HM
64New York (Broome County), Maine — 395 — Pitcher's Mill
Grist mill founded ca. 1830 by H.B. & Daniel Slosson. Owned by A. Pitcher 1920-1949, closed in 1955. Donated to historical society in 1988.Map (db m132753) HM
65New York (Broome County), Vestal — 386 — 1870 Tannery
Ezekiel Clark tanned sheep hides here in thirty-six vats of hemlock bark. Last owner U.S. Leather closed business ca. 1900.Map (db m132769) HM
66New York (Broome County), Vestal — Chugnut
Native American village near mouth of Big Choconut Creek. Destroyed by General Enoch Poor August 18, 1779, Clinton-Sullivan Campaign.Map (db m127570) HM
67New York (Broome County), Vestal — Drovers Inn
1844 inn built by John and Jacob Rounds as stopover for drovers. Scene of many political discussions. Rounds home after 1855. Map (db m127573) HM
68New York (Broome County), Vestal — Rounds Cemetery
Pioneer Alfred Rounds and some of his descendants are buried in this stone-walled family cemetery on land son Jacob purchased in 1825.Map (db m127574) HM
69New York (Broome County), Vestal — 306 — Vestal Depot
Built 1881 in Carpenter Gothic style for D.L. & W. Railroad. Moved to this site in 1972. Restored and reopened as museum in 1976.Map (db m128008) HM
70New York (Broome County), Vestal — 312 — Vestal Park — Cemetery Est. 1834.
Revolutionary War veterans John Rush and William Weston, Civil War veterans and early town settlers buried here.Map (db m128009) HM
71New York (Broome County), Vestal — 307 — Vestal Parkway
Parkway style highway built 1941. Completed 1951. Led to rapid development along what became Vestal's "$50 Million Main Street."Map (db m133061) HM
72New York (Broome County), Vestal — 396 — Willis Cemetery
Burials 1810-1934 David & Phebe Willis arrived in Willow Point CA. 1796, Elias Willis owned local tavern. Buried here with family.Map (db m127997) HM
73New York (Cattaraugus County), Allegany — 520 — Oscar F. Wilber
Civil War private buried here. Died in 1863 from wounds rec'd at Chancellorsville. Subject of Walt Whitman's 1864 essay "A New York Soldier".Map (db m132668) HM
74New York (Cattaraugus County), Ellicottville — Jefferson Street Cemetery
Jefferson Street Cemetery has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012 by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m89102) HM
75New York (Cattaraugus County), Franklinville — Cadiz Cemetery
Cadiz Cemetery Earliest burial Abigail Curtis in 1837. Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and Civil War veterans buried here.Map (db m86623) HM
76New York (Cattaraugus County), Great Valley — 255 — Plank Road House
Built ca 1856 at junction of Ellicottville-Great Valley Plank Road & road to Franklinville. Served as hotel, livery & post officeMap (db m95789) HM
77New York (Cattaraugus County), Leon — Leon Grange
Leon Grange has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2014 by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m133013) HM
78New York (Cattaraugus County), Leon — Leon United Methodist Church
Leon United Methodist Church has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000 by the United States Department of the Interior Map (db m133018) HM
79New York (Cattaraugus County), Little Valley — 496 — War Memorial
Bldg. dedicated Sept. 7, 1914 to honor the nearly 3,500 Cattaraugus County citizens who served in the Army and Navy during the Civil War.Map (db m132670) WM
80New York (Cattaraugus County), Lyndon — Early School
Early School The North Lyndon school was built ca. 1844 and remained in use until 1947. The school still retains many of its original features.Map (db m86611) HM
81New York (Cattaraugus County), Olean — 363 — Women's Suffrage
Harriot Stanton Blatch, Pres. NYS Women's Political Union held suffrage liberty torch rally here July 1915 for women's right to voteMap (db m153623) HM
82New York (Cayuga County), Auburn — 288 — Auburn Airport
1941-1952 built by the flying farmers: Leman Ingalls, Hugh Darrow, Ralph Bower, Frank Nugent. Offered lessons and charter flightsMap (db m133053) HM
83New York (Cayuga County), Aurora — Postal Service
First regular mail delivery west of Canajoharie est. April 1, 1795 in Aurora. Judge Wood, postmaster.Map (db m145766) HM
84New York (Cayuga County), Genoa — 249 — Genoa Mill
On this site ca 1859-1942 provided flour milling on bank of Mill Pond created ca. 1835 from damming Salmon Creek.Map (db m133156) HM
85New York (Cayuga County), King Ferry — 247 — Northville
Former name for Hamlet of King Ferry in Town of Genoa. Named used as early as 1827 until ca. 1904Map (db m133157) HM
86New York (Cayuga County), King Ferry — 248 — Site Of
Jabez Bradley home. Land purchased in 1794. Early commissioner and philanthropist for former Town of Milton.Map (db m133158) HM
87New York (Cayuga County), Montezuma — Early Aqueduct
Early Aqueduct This towpath leads to the Richmond Aqueduct built 1849 second largest aqueduct carrying Erie Canal waters over the Seneca River. Map (db m83562) HM
88New York (Cayuga County), Montezuma — Early Cemetery
Early Cemetery Old Montezuma Cemetery Revolutionary War veteran Richard Damewood buried here 1850. Served at seige of British at Yorktown.Map (db m83546) HM
89New York (Cayuga County), Montezuma — Mentz Church
First Methodist Episcopal Church Inc. 1825 with John Gilmore, Wm. Bell & James Weston, Trustees. Adjoining cemetery in use by 1813. Map (db m83525) HM
90New York (Cayuga County), Montezuma — Opened in 1828 — Cayuga Seneca Canal
Opened in 1828 Cayuga Seneca Canal Extended navigation of the Erie Canal to Finger Lakes Site of crossover bridge and Exchange Hotel Map (db m83547) HM
91New York (Cayuga County), Montezuma — 356 — Prospect Hill
Peter Clarke buried in this cemetery 1858. Early settler prominent in salt industry, Erie Canal and Montezuma Turnpike.Map (db m132725) HM
92New York (Cayuga County), Owasco — One-Room School
Baptists Corners Owasco District No. One Built 1834 with local stone Served for 116 years Closed in 1950Map (db m117184) HM
93New York (Cayuga County), Summerhill — 235 — Early Cemetery
Known as Summerhill Cemetery burials from 1806-1905 final resting place of soldiers who served in Revolutionary & Civil WarsMap (db m133165) HM
94New York (Cayuga County), Throop — Throop Industry
Settlers used Owasco River power to run sawmills & gristmills as early as 1798. This site was one of the three dams built in Throop.Map (db m87937) HM
95New York (Cayuga County), Union Springs — 284 — 1840 Church
Built by First Presbyterian Society on land donated by Howland family. Farrand Kitchel, builder. Home to museum 1994.Map (db m128004) HM
96New York (Cayuga County), Union Springs — 29 — Zobedia Alleman — Road to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
1848-1940. Ardent supporter of state & county suffrage movement. Resided here. State chairman School Suffrage Committee 1910.Map (db m205536) HM
97New York (Cayuga County), Weedsport — Firehouse
Firehouse constructed 1884 of local brick to hold newly purchased 1878 Silsby steam powered pumper. Belfry bell is original. Map (db m83763) HM
98New York (Cayuga County), Weedsport — First Baptist Church of Weedsport
First Baptist Church of Weedsport has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m157012) HM
99New York (Chautauqua County), Bemus Point — 865 — Midway Park
Picnic and recreation area opened in 1898 by Jamestown & Lake Erie Rwy. Visitors came via steam train, then by electric interurbans 1914 - 1947.Map (db m207727) HM
100New York (Chautauqua County), Brocton — Brocton Arch
Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996 by the United States Department of the Interior. Brocton Arch Erected 1913 With unprecedented growth of the village, the Village of Brocton and Town of Portland wanted a . . . Map (db m96609) HM

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