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By Tom Fuchs, April 10, 2006
Joseph Henry Inscription
Ontario (Chatham-Kent County), Thamesville — The Death of TecumsehTuesday, October 5, 1813, Approximately 4:20 p.m. — Tecumseh Parkway
Near Longwoods Road (Provincial Highway 2) 4.2 kilometers east of Victoria Road (Provincial Highway 21), on the right when traveling east.
At some point during the attack on Backmetack Marsh, Tecumseh was fatally shot. As word spread of their leader's death, one American account tells of the warriors giving, "the loudest yells I ever heard from human beings and that ended the fight." . . . — Map (db m72405) HM
Ontario (Niagara Region), Niagara-on-the-Lake — Sir Isaac Brock's First Burial Site
Near Queens Parade just south of Wellington Street.
Placed Here by the Niagara Historical Society This Marks The Spot Where Gen. Sir Isaac Brock, was buried from 1812 To 1824 — Map (db m53535) HM
Ontario (Niagara Region), Queenston — Laura Secord (1775-1868)
On Queenston Street at Partition Street on Queenston Street.
[English text]: The celebrated heroine of the war of 1812 is a renowned figure in Canadian History. Determined to warn the British of an impending attack on Beaver Dams, Secord set out from her home on June 22, 1813, on a dangerous . . . — Map (db m51613) HM
Alabama (Lawrence County), Moulton — General Leroy Pope Walker
On Market Street (Alabama Route 33) at College Street, on the right when traveling south on Market Street.
General Leroy Pope Walker was born 7 Feb 1817 in Madison County, Al., son of John W. Walker (1784~1823). John was House Speaker of the AL Territory, the first constitutional convention president, the first US AL senator, and namesake of Walker . . . — Map (db m69669) HM
Alabama (Madison County), Huntsville — Tallulah Bankhead / I. Schiffman Building1902-1968 / Birthplace of Tallulah Bankhead — Alabama’s Best-Known Actress
On Eastside Square at Eustis Avenue Southeast, on the right on Eastside Square.
Side A Tallulah Bankhead was the toast of the London theatre in the 1920's, and nationally renowned for her dramatic roles in “The Little Foxes” (1939), “The Skin of Our Teeth” (1942), the movie . . . — Map (db m27850) HM
California (San Diego County), San Diego — 70 — Casa de Pedrorena de Altamirano
Miguel Pedrorena Jr. built this adobe structure in 1869. It was the final adobe built in Old Town. In January 1871 Pedrorena gave the building to his sister Isabel de Altamirano, joining together two pioneer California families. Isabel and her . . . — Map (db m11777) HM
California (San Francisco City and County), San Francisco — 891 Post StreetLiterary Landmarks Register
On Post Street at Hyde Street, on the right when traveling east on Post Street.
Home of Dashiell Hammett and Sam Spade Dashiell Hammett (1894-1961) lived in this building from 1926 until 1929, when he wrote his first three novels: Red Harvest (1929), The Dain Curse (1929), and The Maltese Falcon . . . — Map (db m108316) HM
California (San Francisco City and County), San Francisco — Blanco's Café & Music BoxUptown Tenderloin Lost Landmarks — 1907 - 1940
French restaurant and “Parlor House”, Blanco's Cafe & Hotel was known as one of San Francisco's popular entertainment spots for the wealthy offering fine food, gambling and fancy women as a house of assignation. The great depression . . . — Map (db m91654) HM
California (San Francisco City and County), San Francisco — Phelan BuildingThor Equities
On Market Street near O'Farrell Street, on the left when traveling north.
was built in 1908 by philanthropist, humanitarian, and statesman James D. Phelan. This spectacular Flatiron style building was designed by William Curlett, one of the foremost architects of the Victorian-era and founding father of the AIA San . . . — Map (db m71870) HM
California (San Francisco City and County), San Francisco — Warfield Hotelc. 1907
On Taylor Street at Turk Street on Taylor Street.
Formerly St. Ann Hotel, Hotel Lennox, Bard Hotel This Building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places Uptown Tenderloin Historic DistrictMap (db m91025) HM
Colorado (Conejos County), Sanford — 43 — Pike's Stockade
On County Road 24 0.8 miles south of County Road Y, on the right when traveling east.
Near here, on the banks of the Conejos River, Zebulon M. Pike built a log stockade in early February, 1807, and for the first time raised an American flag over what is now Colorado. Pike's trek of 1806-07 was the second official United States . . . — Map (db m22701) HM
Connecticut (Hartford County), Hartford — Jonathan Trumbull
Near Main Street near Central Row, on the right when traveling north.
Jonathan Trumbull Where You Are Standing From 1768 to 1784 Jonathan Trumbull guides the people of Connecticut to independence as the colony's Royal Governor. Governor Trumbull is the only colonial governor to stand with the patriots . . . — Map (db m52782) HM
Delaware (Sussex County), Lewes — SC-168 — The Cannonball House
On Bank Street at Front Street on Bank Street.
The War of 1812 had a major impact on the town of Lewes and surrounding area. The naval blockade that was initiated by the British in March of 1813 lasted for most of the next two years. With maritime commerce limited, the local economy suffered. . . . — Map (db m30358) HM
Delaware (Sussex County), Lewes — The Explorations of Giovanni da Verrazzano
On Bank Street at Front Street, on the right when traveling west on Bank Street.
This stone is from Castello di Verrazano, the explorer's ancestral home in Val di Greve Chianti, Italy. He was engaged by the King of France in 1524 to lead a voyage of discovery to North America aboard his ship Dauphine. That Voyage is . . . — Map (db m63067) HM
Delaware (Sussex County), Seaford — S-77 — Governor Ross Mansion
On Ross Station Road 0.4 miles south of Herring Run Road, on the left when traveling south.
This residence was constructed by William Henry Harrison Ross. He was born in Laurel in 1814 and died in 1887. He served as Governor of Delaware (D) between 1851-1855. In 1859, Ross constructed this elaborate brick Italian Villa style structure . . . — Map (db m4818) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Brightwood — Fort Stevens
On 13th Street Northwest at Quakenbos Street Northwest, on the right when traveling north on 13th Street Northwest.
Civil War Defenses of Washington 1861-1865 The partial reconstruction of Fort Stevens that you see today was done by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937. No visible evidence of the original fort remains. Battle of Fort Stevens July 11-12, . . . — Map (db m3028) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Brightwood — 9 — Never Again Such Homes At the Price!Battleground to Community — Brightwood Heritage Trail
On Sheridan Street, on the right when traveling west.
We have Harry Wardman to thank for the rich variety of Sheridan Street rowhouses. Wardman, considered Washington's most prolific developer, built hundreds of offices, apartments, hotels, and comfortable rowhouses from 1899 to 1939. When he . . . — Map (db m72823) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Columbia Heights — James BuchananDiplomat, Statesman, and Fifteenth President of the United States — Meridian Hill Park, National Historic Landmark
On 16th Street at W Street on 16th Street.
Buchanan was our only bachelor president and relied upon his orphaned niece, Harriet Lane, to act as his First Lady during his years in the White House (1857 to 1861). In her estate, Harriet Lane Johnson made a bequest to fund a memorial to her . . . — Map (db m63631) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Columbia Heights — 16 — Mansions, Parks, and PeopleCultural Convergence — Columbia Heights Heritage Trail
On 15th Street south of Euclid Street, on the right when traveling north.
On your right is Josephine Butler Parks Center, home of Washington Parks & People, a network of groups devoted to DC and its parks. The network's 1927 mansion, which once housed the Hungarian delegation, was part of an embassy row envisioned by Mary . . . — Map (db m63849) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Dupont Circle — Fraser MansionBuilt 1890
Near 20th Street at R Street.
This Property is listed in The National Register of Historic Places As a National Landmark for its Architectural and Cultural contributions To the District of Columbia — Map (db m79008) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Forest Hills — The Peirce Family Estate
On Tilden Street when traveling north.
The stone mill was an important part of the Peirce family's business. Like most farms of the 1800s, this was also a diversified and constantly evolving operation. The family managed hundreds of acres devoted to fields, pastures, and orchards. A . . . — Map (db m79643) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Georgetown — Parrott Ropewalk
Near R Street at Avon Place.
Here the Richard Parrott Ropewalk manufactured rope and rigging used on sailing vessels that plied their trade in old Georgetown through the early 19th Century. The ropewalk receives its name from the long path used for the laying out of . . . — Map (db m68712) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Logan Circle — 3 of 15 — Automobile RowA Fitting Tribute — Logan Circle Heritage Trail
On 14th Street at Church Street when traveling north on 14th Street.
Etched into the corner of the building next to this sign are the names of cars and trucks sold here back when showrooms lined this stretch of 14th Street. Hurley Motor Company, which opened here in 1920, sold Milwaukee-made Nash cars and . . . — Map (db m110913) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Logan Circle — 7 of 15 — If These Mansions Could TalkA Fitting Tribute — Logan Circle Heritage Trail
On 13th Street at Logan Circle, on the left when traveling south on 13th Street.
Over the years most of Logan Circle's Mansions experienced numerous uses and have returned to private occupancy. For example 15 Logan Circle was completed in 1877 for Lt. Cmdr. Seth Ledyard Phelps, a Civil War Veteran appointed by President . . . — Map (db m66750) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Logan Circle — Pratt House
On Logan Circle.
9 Logan Circle has been designated a National Historic Landmark ——— The Preservation of the Pratt house conforms to National Park Service, U.S. Department of Interior standards and is consistent with the historic . . . — Map (db m79589) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Mount Pleasant — 2 of 17 — Upheaval and ActivismVillage in the City — Mount Pleasant Heritage Trail
On 16th Street, on the right when traveling south.
Beginning in the late 1950s, the community leadership of Mount Pleasant changed from the exclusive Citizens Association to an array of new players. Mount Pleasant Neighbors Association was the first alternative group. It presented festivals and . . . — Map (db m82780) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Penn Quarter — Susan B. Anthony 1820 - 1906The Extra Mile — Points of light Volunteer Pathway
Near G Street Northwest.
Blessed with an industrious and self-disciplined spirit, Susan B. Anthony persevered through the prejudice and culture of her time to emerge as the architect of a movement which secured the passage of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to . . . — Map (db m92190) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Shaw — Griffith Stadium SiteAfrican American Heritage Trail, Washington DC — 2041 Georgia Avenue, NW
On Georgia Avenue (U.S. 29) when traveling north.
Before Howard University Hospital was built in 1975, Griffith Stadium stood here. Constructed in 1914, the stadium was one of the few public spaces that were open to everyone during the segregation era. It was home to the Homestead Grays of the . . . — Map (db m107755) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Southwest — Lewis House
Near N Street Southwest.
This structure has been Recorded by the Historic American Building Survey of the United States Department of Interior for its archives at the Library of Congress — Map (db m100778) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), The National Mall — Arts and Industries Building
Near Jefferson Drive Southwest.
. . . — Map (db m108902) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), The National Mall — Joseph Henry
On Jefferson Drive east of 12th Street, SW, on the left when traveling east.
This statue of the first Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution was made in 1881 by the American sculptor William Wetmore Storey, then working in Rome. Unveiled April 19, 1883. — Map (db m213) HM
District of Columbia (Washington), Woodley Park — Woodley Road Neighbors
On Garfield Street near 27th Street Northwest, on the right when traveling west.
An Irish priest and the Duchess of Windsor each separately played a part in Woodley Park's history. In 1912 Father Thomas A. Walsh bought the present site of St. Thomas Apostle Church and Rectory on Woodley Road for $16,750. It was here that he . . . — Map (db m87535) HM
Florida (Escambia County), Pensacola — Rough Riders
On East Wright Street at North Tarragona Street, on the right when traveling west on East Wright Street.
June 1, 1898, Col. Theodore Roosevelt and 170 of his Rough Riders (Indians, cowboys, policemen, clubmen, millionaires, etc.) welcomed here en route to Spanish-American War. There were 6 trains with men, horses and equipment of 1st U.S. Volunteer . . . — Map (db m72270) HM
Florida (Osceola County), Kissimmee — F-304 — Osceola County
On West Emmett Street (U.S. 17) east of South Rose Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
Osceola County was created in May, 1887 from portions of Orange and Brevard Counties. One of its sponsors was Senator J. Milton Bryan, who suggested the new county be named for Osceola, the great Seminole warrior. The new county was Florida's . . . — Map (db m54022) HM
Georgia (Harris County), Pine Mountain — Franklin D. Rooseveltand Dowdell's Knob
On Dowdell Knob Road 1.3 miles south of Pine Mountain Highway (Georgia Route 190), on the left when traveling south.
This overlook, named Dowdell's Knob, was one of the dearest spots on earth to Franklin D. Roosevelt. Named for an early Harris County family, Dowdell's Knob rises to 1,395 feet above sea level and is the highest point on Pine Mountain. Here,on this . . . — Map (db m69519) HM
Georgia (Jones County), Clinton — LaFayette
On Pulaski Street at Washington Street, on the left when traveling east on Pulaski Street.
On March 25, 1825 LaFayette Paused Here and Made an Address — Map (db m25188) HM
Georgia (Lamar County), Barnesville — 85-1 — Roosevelt’s Barnesville Speech
On College Drive at Summersfield Drive, on the left when traveling north on College Drive.
On August 11, 1938, as many as 50,000 people gathered in the stadium of Gordon Military College for an address by President Franklin Roosevelt dedicating the Lamar Electric Cooperative, a project of the New Deal's Rural Electrification . . . — Map (db m28214) HM
Idaho (Caribou County), Soda Springs — 260 — Brigham Young Summer Home
On Main Street (U.S. 30), on the right when traveling east.
On this site in 1870, the first house in Soda Springs, Uppertown was built under the direction of John Walmsley. It was a one room log cabin twenty-two by eighteen feet, with floor, windows, and shingle roof, known as the Brigham Young Summer Home. . . . — Map (db m35466) HM
Illinois (Clark County), Marshall — Marshall Illinois1835     1935
Near Archer Avenue (U.S. 40) at 5th Street.
To Commemorate The Hundredth Anniversary of Marshall, Illinois Founded by William B. Archer and to Honor George Rogers Clark For whom the county was named placed by The Walter Burdick Chapter Daughters of the . . . — Map (db m104797) HM
Illinois (Cook County), Chicago — The Sisters of Mercy
On Michigan Avenue.
On this site, Sept. 23, 1846, the Sisters of Mercy who provided Chicago with its first hospital, began their charitable, educational and civic services to this city — Map (db m99817) HM
Illinois (Kane County), Dundee — Billy and Ma Sunday
On Old Sleepy Hollow Road, on the right when traveling south.
Evangelist William "Billy" Sunday and his wife Helen "Ma" Sunday owned this farm, 1899-1913, and spent their summers here. Ma was born on the farm. Billy was born in Ames, Iowa, in 1862. He played outfield for Chicago and other National League . . . — Map (db m55486) HM
Indiana (Knox County), Vincennes — Chief Tecumseh1768 - 1813
On Hart Street west of 1st Street, on the left when traveling west.
The great Shawnee leader lives on as a symbol of Native pride and pan-Indian identity. In the years 1810 and 1811 Tecumseh defended the rights of his people in meetings in Vincennes with William Henry Harrison, Governor of the Indiana Territory. . . . — Map (db m61831) HM
Indiana (Marion County), Indianapolis — 49.1966.1 — Home of Charles Warren Fairbanks
On North Meridian Street.
May 11, 1852 – June 4, 1918. Prominent lawyer of Indianapolis; Keynote convention speaker, 1896; United States Senator, 1897-1905; Vice-President of the United States, 1905-1909; and Vice-Presidential candidate in 1916. — Map (db m1849) HM
Iowa (Clayton County), McGregor — Point of Discovery
Near Pikes Peak Road 0.5 miles east of Highway X56.
Across the Mississippi is the mouth of the Wisconsin River. This is the point where on June 17, 1673 Pere Marquette and Louis Joliet, in two small canoes entered the mighty Mississippi. They were the first white men to discover the Upper Mississippi . . . — Map (db m44797) HM
Kentucky (Fayette County), Lexington — 1551 — First Inauguration
On W. Main Street (U.S. 60, 421) east of N. Broadway Road (U.S. 68), on the right when traveling east.
Isaac Shelby was inaugurated as lst governor of Kentucky, June 4, 1792, at building on West Main Street; built as a market house, 1791-92. After Kentucky's admission to Union, the structure was also used as a State House during the legislative . . . — Map (db m68215) HM
Kentucky (Todd County), Fairview — 57 — Jefferson Davis Birthplace
On Jefferson Davis Highway near Pembroke-Fairview Road (Kentucky Route 115), on the right when traveling east.
Here the only President of the Confederate States of America was born June 3, 1808, the son of Samuel and Jane Cook Davis. The family moved to Mississippi during his infancy. — Map (db m3032) HM
Kentucky (Washington County), Springfield — The Lincoln Cabin
Near Beechland Road (Kentucky Route 438) at Lincoln Park Road (Kentucky Route 528), on the left when traveling east.
The Lincoln Cabin is a replica of the cabin in which President Abraham Lincoln’s grandmother Bersheba Lincoln, lived and raised her children after the death of her husband, Abraham. In the spring of 1786, Abraham and Bersheba Lincoln were . . . — Map (db m46305) HM
Maryland (Anne Arundel County), Annapolis — British 24 Pounder
Near Holloway Road.
Captured on the British flagship Confiance on Lake Champlain, September 11, 1814, by Commodore Thomas MacDonough. This gun has a dent on the muzzle from an American shot which caused the gun to recoil and kill the British commander, . . . — Map (db m7812) HM
Maryland (Anne Arundel County), Annapolis — Maryland State House
On State Circle near School Street.
Built 1772–1779 Capitol of the United States November 26, 1783 – August 13, 1784 In this state house, oldest in the nation still in legislative use, General George Washington resigned his commission before the . . . — Map (db m2864) HM
Maryland (Anne Arundel County), Edgewater — Java Plantation LifeContee's Wharf: A Vital Link
On Dock Road.
Since the 1700s there has been a road leading to Contee's Wharf. Deep water and the protection provided by Big Island made it a natural port. The river has served as a vital link between area residents and the outside world.

The wharf was the . . . — Map (db m80858) HM

Maryland (Anne Arundel County), Harwood — William Penn
On Solomon’s Island Road (Maryland Route 2) 1 mile north of Harwood Road, on the right when traveling north.
Came here to the home of Col. Thomas Tailler on “the ridge” December 13, 1682 for his first conference with Charles Lord Baltimore as to the location of the boundary line between Maryland and Pennsylvania. — Map (db m3042) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — Allegiance by Force
Near E. Fort Avenue.
"if there should be an uprising in Baltimore, I shall be compelled to try to put it down; and that gun is the first I shall fire." -- Major General John Dix, U.S. Army,1861 At the beginning of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln . . . — Map (db m66636) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — Armistead
Near Fort Avenue.
To Col. George Armistead, April 10, 1779 – April 25, 1818, commander of this fort during the bombardment by the British Fleet, Sept. 13-14 1814. War of 1812. Erected Spet. 12, 1914 by the City of Baltimore, Soc. War of 1812 . . . — Map (db m2595) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — Colonel George Armistead
Near Warren Street.
[front side] This monument is erected in honor of the gallant defender of Fort McHenry near this city during its bombardment by the British Fleet on the 13th and 14th September 1814. He died universally esteemed and regretted on the 25th of April . . . — Map (db m80930) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — James Cardinal Gibbons
Near Gay Street at Fayette Street.
At this site, on July 23, 1834, was born America’s first Prince of the Church, James Cardinal Gibbons. Although world-renowned for the influence and profoundness of his thought he was always the parish priest striving for the salvation of . . . — Map (db m2703) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — James McHenryIrish-Born Founding Father
Near West Fayette Street at North Greene Street.
Newcomers like James McHenry helped shape the future of the new republic. A native of Ireland's County Antrim, McHenry (1753-1816) emigrated to Philadelphia in 1771 where he studied medicine with Benjamin Rush, one of Colonial America's most . . . — Map (db m6647) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — Old East BaltimoreFrom Country Estates to City Living
On Greenmount Avenue at East Prston Street on Greenmount Avenue.
Old East Baltimore historic district is significant for its association with the history of immigration in Baltimore, its intact rowhouses and religious structures representing a range of architectural styles from the 1840s through the early 1900s, . . . — Map (db m78604) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — Orpheus... Hero of Music and Poetry
Near E. Fort Avenue.
In 1916 the Fine Arts Commission sponsored a national competition for a statue to honor Francis Scott Key and the defenders who protected Baltimore during the War of 1812. It chose "Orpheus" by Charles Niehaus.

America's involvement in World . . . — Map (db m60452) HM

Maryland, Baltimore — Patterson ParkCivil War Camp and Hospital
On Patterson Park Avenue.
During the Civil War Patterson Park served as a U.S. Army camp, one of several established as part of the Federal occupation of Baltimore. In 1861 the 10th Maine Infantry Regiment occupied Camp Washburn (named for Maine Gov. Israel Washburn) in the . . . — Map (db m61888) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — Striving for Civil Liberties: The Progressives of Mount Vernon
On Monument Street at Park Avenue on Monument Street.
Baltimore’s wealthy not only created the rich architectural setting of Mount Vernon Place, but pioneered modern philanthropy. With the founding of the George Peabody Institute in 1857, George Peabody influenced many other wealthy Baltimoreans . . . — Map (db m79854) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — The Great Baltimore Fire
On Light Street (Maryland Route 2).
On Sunday morning, February 7, 1904, a spark ignited blankets and cotton goods in the firm of John E. Hurst and Company, which stood between Hopkins Place and Liberty on the south side of German (now Redwood) Street. Flames leapt out of control from . . . — Map (db m6154) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — The Star-Spangled Banner Centennial Monument
Near Patterson Park Avenue.
To Commemorate the Centennial of the Writing of the "Star Spangled Banner," the Pupils of the Public Schools of Baltimore have erected this Memorial upon Hampstead Hill * where, in September, 1814 the Citizen Soldiers of Maryland . . . — Map (db m61891) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — William Edwards Stevenson1900-1985
On Park Avenue.
Boyhood home of the President of Oberlin College and head of Aspen Humanities Institute. Ambassador to the Philippines. Olympic Gold Medalist for the 1600 meter relay in 1924. — Map (db m6468) HM
Maryland, Baltimore — Woodrow Wilson1864-1932
On Eutaw Place, on the right when traveling south.
Coming to this house as a Hopkins Ph.D. candidate was the first step towards Princeton University's presidency, New Jersey's governorship and the White House. — Map (db m6558) HM
Maryland (Baltimore County), Towson — Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Near West Pennsylvania Avenue.
Dedicated to the Citizens of Baltimore County Who Served Their Nation in Southeast Asia 1957 - 1975 In Memory of Those Who Gave Their Lives Harvey C. K. A. Au Charles J. Armstrong Leland Bailey James H. Baker, Jr. Larry M. . . . — Map (db m83691) WM
Maryland (Calvert County), Saint Leonard — BrewhouseSurveyed 1651
On Parran Road at Solomons Island Road (Maryland Route 2/4), on the right when traveling west on Parran Road.
5½ Miles. ← Mackall’s Landing. Birthplace of Thomas Johnson (1732–1819), member of Continental Congress 1774. Nominated Washington as Commander-in-Chief Continental Army 1775. First elected Governor of Maryland 1777. Associate . . . — Map (db m3467) HM
Maryland (Calvert County), St. Leonard — Weapons of WarAmerican Artillery — Replica Fiberglass Cannon on Carriage
On Jefferson Patterson Park Road.
The replica 18-pounder cannon located on the hill is similar to the type used by American forces during the Battle of St. Leonard Creek. “18-pounder” refers to the weight of the cannonballs, which were approximately five inches in . . . — Map (db m80929) HM
Maryland (Caroline County), Denton — Tuckahoe Neck Meeting House-Living Their BeliefsHarriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway
On Meeting House Road.
The Quakers, also known as Friends, who met in this Meeting House not only held strong opinions on the abolition of slavery and women’s rights, but they also acted on those beliefs.

After 1790, the Friends who gathered here refused membership to . . . — Map (db m79354) HM

Maryland (Dorchester County), Cambridge — Stanley Institute-Racing to FreedomHarriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway
On Church Creek Road (SR 16).
In October 1857, ten years before Stanley Institute was established two large groups of enslaved families successfully fled this area. Caroline and Daniel Stanley and their six children escaped with Nat and Lizzie Amby and six others. Two weeks . . . — Map (db m114843) HM
Maryland (Dorchester County), Cambridge — Thomas Holliday Hicks(1798 - 1865)
Near Cemetery Avenue east of Academy Street, on the right when traveling east.
This monument, erected by the state in 1868, honors Thomas Holliday Hicks, a native and life resident of Dorchester County. Late in 1860, and early 1861 as Maryland’s first Civil War governor, he opposed the doctrines of secession and coercion. In . . . — Map (db m113146) HM
Maryland (Dorchester County), Vienna — Discover: Vienna Heritage
On Race Street at Market Street, on the left when traveling east on Race Street.
Welcome to Vienna, Maryland. Situated on a bend in the Nanticoke River, Vienna has been a crossroads, a trading center, and a gateway to the Chesapeake Bay for centuries. Today Vienna is busily planning for its future while embracing its past. With . . . — Map (db m63292) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Frederick — Battle BeginsMonocacy National Battlefield
On Urbana Pike (Maryland Route 355) at New Technology Way on Urbana Pike.
About 8 o'clock a dash was made by the enemy under cover of artillery fire, to drive us from out position, hoping to gain the pike, and proceed on their way to Washington. — Private Daniel B. Freeman, Company G, 10th Vermont Infantry . . . — Map (db m78507) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Frederick — Frederick Town BarracksThe American Revolution 1776 - 1783
Near Clarke Place.
These barracks served as the first public building for the new state. Founded in 1777, the limestone twins stood tall two years later, thanks to contractor Abraham Faw and local craftsmen. Set atop strategic ground, the Barracks controlled the . . . — Map (db m103418) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Frederick — George Washington
On Catoctin Mountain Highway (U.S. 15) at Willow Road, on the right when traveling north on Catoctin Mountain Highway.
On August 5 and 6, 1785, and again June 30 and July 1, 1791, was the guest of Thomas Johnson at the latter's manorial residence which stood on the site of the present farm house, about 150 yards east of this point. Thomas Johnson, a member of the . . . — Map (db m1538) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Frederick — O Say Can You See?
Near South Market Street.
On the evening, of September 13, 1814, British warships in Baltimore harbor threatened the sovereignty of the United States. They had already burned Washington, D.C. As they bombarded Fort McHenry, the fate of our new nation was uncertain. . . . — Map (db m103175) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Frederick — The National RoadThe Road that Built the Nation
On East Patrick Street (State Highway 144) at Carroll Street on East Patrick Street.
“. . . so many happy people, restless in the midst of abundance.” —Alexis de Tocqueville, 1840. Americans are an adventurous people. From past to present, they have used feet, horses, wagons, stagecoaches, canals, . . . — Map (db m2753) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Frederick — The Ross Home
On Council Street, on the right when traveling east.
In this home General Lafayette lodged as a guest of Colonel John McPherson Dec. 29-31, 1824.

In 1840 Francis Scott Key author of the National Anthem was inspired here to write the poem that honors his cousin Mrs. Eleanor . . . — Map (db m88946) HM

Maryland (Frederick County), Middletown — MiddletownRansom Demands — Early's 1864 Attack on Washington
Near North Church Street (Maryland Route 17) at West Main Street (Alternate U.S. 40), on the right when traveling south.
(preface) In June 1864, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee sent Gen. Jubal A. Early’s corps from Richmond battlefields to the Shenandoah Valley to counter Union Gen. David Hunter’s army. After driving Hunter into West Virginia, Early invaded . . . — Map (db m76668) HM
Maryland (Frederick County), Myersville — The First Churches of Western Maryland
On Easterday Road, on the left when traveling south.
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), Urbana — Dennis Memorial
On Urbana Pike/Georgetown Pike (Maryland Route 355) at Araby Church Road on Urbana Pike/Georgetown Pike.
This boulder, taken from the bed of the improved Rt. 355 (formerly US Rte. 240) previously stood approximately 50 ft to the south at a point where the old Urbana Road/Georgetown Pike (now Araby Church Road) intersects the relocated improved highway. . . . — Map (db m78432) HM
Maryland (Harford County), Havre de Grace — No RespectStar-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail
On Union Avenue at Congress Street, on the right when traveling south on Union Avenue.
St. John's Episcopal Church survived the British attack on Havre de Grace May 3, 1813. The enemy spared the 1809 structure but damaged the interior. According to a newspaper account: "Finding nothing to steal (the raiders) 'magnanimously' . . . — Map (db m69194) HM
Maryland (Harford County), Havre de Grace — Rochambeau Plaza
On Washington Street at St. John’s Street, on the right when traveling north on Washington Street.
Named for the French General whose troops passed through here in 1781 en route to Yorktown. Records of the French Army noted plans were underway for a town at this place when the troops returned from Yorktown in 1782. — Map (db m1274) HM
Maryland (Howard County), Ellicott City — B&O Railroad StationKeep Supplies Moving
On Main Street (Maryland Route 144) at Maryland Avenue, on the right when traveling east on Main Street.
One of the first railroads in the country, constructed in 1830 of wooden rails that carried horse-drawn cars, extended from Baltimore to Ellicott's Mills. This station was built the next year, and soon steel rails replaced wooden ones as the . . . — Map (db m29961) HM
Maryland (Howard County), Ellicott City — During the Civil War
On River Road, on the right when traveling west.
During the Civil War, Union troops stationed here guarded the viaduct against destruction by southern forces. The viaduct stands today as originally built, 612 feet long, 28 feet wide, and curving in a graceful four degree arc across the Patapsco. . . . — Map (db m73577) HM
Maryland (Kent County), Chestertown — Bordley Corner
On South Cross Street at High Street, on the right when traveling south on South Cross Street.
Building built in 1883 by Thomas S. Bordley as a two-story men’s haberdashery. Gutted by fire in 1910. Rebuilt in 1911. Owned and operated as a men’s store by Carl and Ruth Bordley 1922-1950. Now rented by the Bordley family. — Map (db m6157) HM
Maryland (Kent County), Chestertown — In This Church
On High Street near Cross Street (Maryland Route 289), on the left when traveling south.
was held the first convention which proposed and adopted the name Protestant Episcopal Church November 9, 1780. — Map (db m3067) HM
Maryland (Kent County), Georgetown — Mistress Kitty Knight
Near Maryland Route 213, on the right when traveling south.
In Honor of Mistress Kitty Knight Revolutionary Belle and Beauty A Friend of General George Washington When the British burned Georgetown in 1813 Her Heroic Efforts Saved this House which later became her home. Placed by London . . . — Map (db m62345) HM
Maryland (Kent County), Worton — Christ Episcopal IU Church and CemeteryNational Register of Historical Places — General Philip Reed Burial Place
On Lambs Meadow Road (Maryland Route 298).
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m69837) HM WM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Beallsville — BeallsvilleSquabble at the cemetery: Whose flag flies today? — Antietam Campaign 1862
On Beallsville Road (Maryland Route 109) at Darnestown Road (Maryland Route 28), on the right when traveling south on Beallsville Road.
On September 9, 1862, the running engagement between Illinois, Indiana, and Virginia cavalry units that began the day before in Poolesville continued in Beallsville when two Federal regiments forced the single regiment of Virginia cavalrymen posted . . . — Map (db m1681) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Bethesda — The Walter Reed Memorial
Near Palmer Road.
The 1903 Walter Reed Memorial Association's vision for a memorial in honor of Major Walter Reed was finally realized on 21 November 1966 on the ground of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington DC. After the center's closure on 15 September . . . — Map (db m75846) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Bethesda — This Complex of Buildings and Gardens
Near Old Georgetown Road.
This complex of buildings and gardens stands on part of the land associated with Descendants of Ninian Beall, who came to Maryland in 1650. His son George reputedly gave his name to Georgetown which in 1752 was carved out of property he owned. — Map (db m73142) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Clarksburg — Welcome to Froggy Hollow
Near Kingsley Road.
This area was named in honor of the large and loud frog population around Little Bennett Creek. Before Kingsley School was built, white children living on nearby. were sent to neighboring community schools. With no bus transportation, students had . . . — Map (db m95137) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Darnestown — Andrew Small AcademyDarnestown
Near Darnestown Road.
The years following the Civil War were a booming time for Darnestown. Local residents repaired damages from the war and returned to their daily means of livelihood. Andrew Small was a C&O Canal contractor and became familiar with Darnestown during . . . — Map (db m69716) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Derwood — Farming and Labor in Montgomery County1861-1865
Near Rock Creek Park Road 0.5 miles north of Muncaster Road.
Local farmers attempted to maintain their agricultural operations despite disorder caused during the Civil War. Out of necessity, planters paid particular attention to weather and planting information provided by Almanacs and newspapers. The . . . — Map (db m105097) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Dickerson — White’s Ferry
Near Whites Ferry Road (Maryland Route 107) at River Road.
Before you is the last operating ferry on the Potomac River. Early settlers recognized these relatively still waters would provide an ideal location for a ferry. The first known ferry operation here was Conrad’s Ferry in 1817. After the Civil War, . . . — Map (db m741) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Gaithersburg — Goshen Mills
On Brink Road, on the right when traveling west.
The original Goshen Mills consisted of a three-story brick merchant mill and a smaller frame grist mill. The facility was constructed after 1737 by Ignatius Pigman to serve this small farming community. It relied on water supplied by the Goshen . . . — Map (db m72556) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Gaithersburg — History and Purpose of the Gaithersburg Latitude ObservatoryLatitude Observatory Park
On DeSellum Avenue.
The Gaithersburg Latitude Observatory was constructed in 1899 as one of the original four stations selected by the International Geodetic Association to carry out systematic observations to measure the variations in latitude cause by the Earth's . . . — Map (db m56965) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Glen Echo — The Hall of PhilosophyGlen Echo Park
Near MacArthur Boulevard.
If you were in this spot in 1891, you would have seen a two-story building nestled in trees overlooking the Potomac River and Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. The Hall of Philosophy was part of the National Chautauqua Assembly at Glen Echo, which offered . . . — Map (db m104011) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Hyattstown — HyattstownUninvited Guests — Antietam Campaign 1862
On Frederick Road (Maryland Route 355) at Hyattstown Mill Road, on the right when traveling north on Frederick Road.
The roadside village of Hyattstown became the front line when Confederate cavalry stationed to the north in Urbana clashed with Union cavalry reconnoitering from Clarksburg to the south. On the evening of September 8, 1862, Maj. Alonzo W. Adams and . . . — Map (db m1727) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Laytonsville — Rolling RidgeCirca - 1790
On Brink Road at Rolling Ridge Lane, on the right when traveling west on Brink Road.
North of this monument, Robert Ober, a wealthy merchant built his home. A long tree-lined approach adds prominence to this 1½ story brick Georgian-style residence. This Tidewater style of architecture is rarely found in Montgomery County. . . . — Map (db m72538) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Montgomery Village — Watkins Mill
On Watkins Mill Road north of Apple Ridge Road, on the right when traveling north.
A water-powered grist mill was located here on Seneca Creek as early as 1783 on property known as Gray’s Neck owned by Adin Gray. In the mid-19th century, it was operated first by Levi Snyder, then by Remis Snyder as both a grist and saw mill and . . . — Map (db m121234) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Rockville — Hungerford Tavern SiteJune 11, 1774
Near S. Washington Street.
On above date aroused Patriots resolved that every lawful means be used to procure relief from oppressions of the English Parliament and that the most effectual way to secure American Freedom would be to break off all commerce with Great Britain. . . . — Map (db m66403) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Rockville — The Prettyman House
On West Jefferson Street (Maryland Route 28) at South Van Buren Street, on the right when traveling east on West Jefferson Street.
This house was built on a 13.5-acre lot on the outskirts of Rockville in 1842. A stone marking the southwest corner of the original 1803 Rockville Plan is between this house and the adjacent Rockville Academy grounds. Matilda Holland, widow of . . . — Map (db m74) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Silver Spring — Blair Mansion: Silver Spring / Blair Station Post OfficeTRANSORMA/TRANSFORMA © 2005
On Newell Street at Kennett Street, on the right when traveling north on Newell Street.
[Panel 1:] Blair Mansion: Silver Spring Prior to the development of modern Silver Spring, this immediate area was a bucolic, rural landscape in a portion of Montgomery County then known as Sligo. The property was owned by Francis . . . — Map (db m23488) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Silver Spring — Wheaton Veterans ParkM-NCPPC Department of Parks Montgomery County
On Fern Street at Reedie Drive, on the right on Fern Street.
Dedicated to America's courageous men and women veterans — Map (db m115554) WM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Stronghold — Sugarloaf MountainA Signalman’s Lot — Antietam Campaign 1862
On Comus Road (Maryland Route 95) at Sugarloaf Mountain Road, on the right on Comus Road.
You are at the foot of Sugarloaf Mountain, where on September 5-6, 1862, Union observers watched the Army of Northern Virginia cross the Potomac River to invade Maryland. A signal station had been established here in the summer of 1861, one in a . . . — Map (db m1749) HM
Maryland (Montgomery County), Takoma Park — "The Presidents Tree"
Near Maple Avenue at Sligo Creek Parkway.
Dedicated April 26, 1948 as a living memorial to the men who "Gave their last full measure of devotion to their county" in the War, 1861-1865. The unique inscriptions on this American Beech Tree were carved by the nimble finger of Samuel M'Closky . . . — Map (db m73813) HM WM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Bladensburg — Indian Queen TavernBladensburg Archaeology — Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail
On Baltimore Avenue (U.S. 1) when traveling north.
Around 1763, Jacob and Henrietta Wirt constructed a two story wooden tavern here. During the 18th century, taverns offered dinner, drink, and a comfortable bed to weary travelers. A decade later, Jacob died and left his property, including . . . — Map (db m78189) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Bladensburg — The Incidental Cause of the Star-Spangled Banner (1814)
Near Annapolis Road (State Highway 450) at 46th Street.
Following the Battle of Bladensburg and the sacking and burning of Washington, D.C., during the war of 1812, British troops reentered the town of Upper Marlboro on August 26, 1814. It was at this point that some stragglers were arrested and . . . — Map (db m33226) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Brentwood — Original Federal Boundary Stone Northeast 7
Placed in 1791-1792, this is one of forty Aquia Creek sandstone markers outlining the original boundaries of the Federal District as commissioned by President Washington. In 1916, The District of Columbia Daughters of the American Revolution . . . — Map (db m69426) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Colmar Manor — The Lincoln Oak
Near Bladensburg Road (Maryland Route 450) 0.2 miles west of 38th Avenue, on the left when traveling west.
This gnarled and ringed stump, attesting to its age, is all that remains of the majestic oak tree that once shaded the old Spring House. Steeped in history, it was put to rest by the forces of nature. Its passing will never be forgotten and its . . . — Map (db m5071) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Croom — Mount Calvert Federal Period Plantation House
Near Mount Calvert Road 0.4 miles east of McClure Road.
The house you see before you was the home of several plantation owners. John Brown built the Federal-style house in the 1780s. Later, John Brooks and Samuel Berry lived here with their families. Each owner left his imprint by making changes to the . . . — Map (db m68297) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Croom — The War of 1812
On Nottingham Road 0.1 miles north of Tanyard Road, on the right when traveling west.
During the War of 1812, Nottingham served as the home port for the Chesapeake Flotilla, which consisted of 17 gun-boats under the command of Joshua Barney. In the summer of 1814, the British fleet landed at Benedict in Charles County, then camped in . . . — Map (db m68079) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Fairmount Heights — 72-09-29 World War II Monument701 59th Avenue — Historic Site, Erected 1946
On 59th Avenue at 59th Place, on the right when traveling east on 59th Avenue.
The World War II Monument was erected to honor the citizens of Fairmount Heights who served in the armed forces during World War II. In the early years of the Fairmount Heights community, this small park was the property of the Reverend Joshua . . . — Map (db m119737) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Fairmount Heights — Trammell-Taylor House717 59th Avenue — Historic Resource, Built circa 1910
On 59th Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
The Trammell-Taylor House was one of the most substantial houses in the early development of Fairmount Heights. The house is a two-and-one-half story, side gabled, wood frame dwelling with Classical Revival decorative details. Above the entry porch . . . — Map (db m119837) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Fort Washington — Capital GuardianThe First Fort
Near Fort Washington Road, on the right when traveling south.
Troubles with Britain caused Congress in 1807 to authorize an improved system of forts along the Atlantic Coast to guard harbors, rivers, and seaports. The first fort, Fort Warburton, was completed in 1809. Located near the river in front of the . . . — Map (db m7980) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Fort Washington — Fort FooteProtecting the Nation’s Capital
Near Fort Foote Road.
High on a bluff, a hundred feet above the Potomac River, twelve heavy guns commanded the approach to the city. Smaller cannon were placed to protect Fort Foote from landward attack. Numerous buildings were constructed to house and support the large . . . — Map (db m41414) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Fort Washington — Water Battery
Near Fort Washington Road, on the right when traveling south.
Construction of this inverted V-shaped outerwork began in 1814. Traces of its shape are visible today. Surrounded by a dry ditch, the Water Battery mounted 24-pounder guns that provided an additional level of firepower to the fort. The Water . . . — Map (db m8061) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Hyattsville — Philip Reed
Near Sheriff Road.
This Memorial Honors Philip Reed The slave who built the statue of Freedom atop the U.S. Capitol, died a free man on Feb. 6, 1892, and is buried here at National Harmony Memorial Park. — Map (db m73095) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Laurel — Dinosaur Alley
Near Mid Atlantic Blvd..
Dinosaurs lived during most of the Mesozoic Era (235 to 65 million years ago), on every continent on Earth. In Maryland, each of three Mesozoic time periods in which dinosaurs live is represented in its geology -- Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous. . . . — Map (db m67139) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Laurel — Dinosaurs in Maryland!
Near Mid Atlantic Blvd..
In 1842, English scientist Sir Richard Owen coined the term "dinosaur" to describe a group of ancient reptiles that inhabited the Earth from 230 to 65 million years ago. The discovery of the first dinosaur bones and the knowledge they reveal about . . . — Map (db m67193) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Oxon Hill — The Capture of AlexandriaOxon Cove Park
On Oxon Hill Farm Trail west of Bald Eagle Road, on the right when traveling west.
It was indeed a day and night of horrors, the fleet … lay directly before our house.Mary DeButts, writing to her sister Millicent on March 18, 1815. From this farm, Mary DeButts saw a small fleet on . . . — Map (db m48959) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Oxon Hill — The DeButts Family Comes to Maryland - Mount Welby — [Oxon Hill Farm]
Near Oxon Hill Farm Hiker Trail near Bald Eagle Road, on the left when traveling west.
[Panel 1:] The DeButts Family Comes to Maryland Samuel DeButts was born in Ireland in 1756. He began a career as a doctor in England and there met and married his wife, Mary Welby, in 1785. Samuel’s medical practice was difficult, . . . — Map (db m49056) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Oxon Hill — War All AroundStar-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail — War of 1812
On Oxon Hill Farm Road.
Perched above the Potomac River, Mount Welby was nearly surrounded by the war in August 1814. Mary Welby DeButts describes hearing “every fire” from the Battle of Bladensburg and how the house was illuminated by fires in Washington. She . . . — Map (db m80061) HM
Maryland (Prince George's County), Oxon Hill — War Comes to Mount Welby[Oxon Hill Farm]
On Oxon Hill Farm Hiker Trail west of Bald Eagle Road.
“I should not be surprised if Government persists in their determination to quarrel with England that we should experience all the horrors of civil discord.” Letter of Mary Welby De Butts to her brother, Richard Earl . . . — Map (db m49145) HM
Maryland (St. Mary's County), Hollywood — Tobacco's Impact
Near Sotterley Lane.
Tobacco farming dramatically changed Southern Maryland's natural environment by depleting the rich soils of nutrients. In the 18th and 19th centuries, farmers rotated fields, introduced fertilizers and guano (bat dung), and employed deeper plowing . . . — Map (db m62613) HM
Maryland (St. Mary's County), St. Inigoes — The Manor of Cornwaleys’ Cross
On Point Lookout Road (U.S. 5) at Villa Road, on the right when traveling south on Point Lookout Road.
2000 acres granted Sept. 8th, 1639 to Thomas Cornwaleys who came to Maryland with “The Ark and The Dove.” He and Jerome Hawley were appointed “His Lordship’s Commissioners for the government of said Province” 1633 with . . . — Map (db m977) HM
Maryland (St. Mary's County), St. Inigoes — The Tulip Disaster
Near Cross Manor Road.
On November 11, 1864, U.S.S. Tulip converted lighthouse tender gunboat, acting master William H. Smith, U.S. Navy commanding, departed this area for Washington for boiler repair. When off Piney Point, she blew up and sank, presumably . . . — Map (db m62177) HM
Maryland (Talbot County), Trappe — Nathaniel (Nace) Hopkins
On Ocean Gateway (U.S. 50) at Barber Road, on the right when traveling north on Ocean Gateway.
Leader of his people who was born a slave circa 1830; fought for Union in Civil War; originated annual Trappe Emancipation Day celebration, 1867, and headed it until his death in 1900. One of the founders of Scott‘s Methodist Church. Helped . . . — Map (db m5586) HM
Maryland (Talbot County), Trappe — Nathaniel HopkinsSoldier from Trappe
On Main Street (Maryland Route 565) at Barber Road, on the right when traveling south on Main Street.
This was the home of Nathaniel Hopkins, known affectionately in Talbot County as "Uncle Nace." He was born a slave near here in 1831. After leaving his owner, Percy McKnett, and serving in the United States Colored Troops during the Civil War, . . . — Map (db m3332) HM
Maryland (Talbot County), Wye Mills — A Glimpse Inside a Giant
The branch that once grew from the “face” before you weighed in at around 35 tons and was nearly 50 feet long. That’s on single branch! This segment of the tree reveals much about trees in general. The rings that can be seen . . . — Map (db m113614)
Maryland (Washington County), Hagerstown — Hager MillHeart of the Civil War Heritage Area
On Mill Street east of Frederick Street (Alternate U.S. 40), on the right when traveling east.
Hager Mill was constructed in 1790 by Daniel Stull and Colonel Nathaniel Rochester and the nearby miller's house has a date stone inscribed 1791. Prior to the Civil War, it was owned by the Hager Family. During the war, Andrew Hager operated this . . . — Map (db m106780) HM
Maryland (Washington County), Hagerstown — Matthias Peter Möller1854 - 1937 — Business And Industry Figure
Near West Memorial Boulevard at South Potomac Street.
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 — Ransom of Hagerstown
On West Washington Street (U.S. 40) at Summit Avenue, on the right when traveling east on West Washington Street.
This courthouse was built in 1873, replacing the courthouse that stood at this site during the Civil War. In 1864, Confederate General John McCausland met with town officials and the directors of the Hagerstown Bank in the court clerk's office to . . . — Map (db m20848) HM
Massachusetts (Suffolk County), Boston — John Quincy Adams
On Boylston Street, on the right when traveling east.
. . . — Map (db m56643) HM
Nebraska (Johnson County), Tecumseh — 203 — TecumsehNebraska Historical Marker
On Broadway at 4th Street, on the right when traveling east on Broadway.
Tecumseh, the county seat of Johnson County, was incorporated in 1856. It was first called Frances in honor of the wife of Colonel Richard M. Johnson, for whom the county is named. In 1857 the town was renamed for the famous Shawnee Indian chief, . . . — Map (db m48209) HM
New Jersey (Morris County), Morristown — Thomas Nast
On MacCulloch Avenue at Miller Road, on the right when traveling north on MacCulloch Avenue.
From 1872 to 1902, home of political cartoonist who exposed Tweed ring and created Democrat donkey and Republican elephant. — Map (db m9012) HM
New York (Columbia County), Hillsdale — NY-30/MA-1 — Gen. Henry Knox Trail
On New York State Route 71, on the right when traveling south.
New York Side:Through this place passed Gen. Henry Knox in the winter of 1775-1776 to deliver to Gen. George Washington at Cambridge the train of artillery from Fort Ticonderoga used to force the British Army to evacuate Boston Erected by . . . — Map (db m24006) HM
New York (Essex County), Ticonderoga — NY-1 — Gen. Henry Knox Trail
Near Sandy Redoubt, on the right when traveling east.
From this fortress went Gen. Henry Knox in the winter of 1775-1776 to deliver to Gen. George Washington at Cambridge the train of artillery from Fort Ticonderoga used to force the British Army to evacuate Boston Erected by The State of New York . . . — Map (db m9780) HM
New York (Fulton County), Johnstown — Elizabeth Cady Stanton
On North Market Street near West Main Street (New York State Route 29/67), on the right when traveling north.
. . . — Map (db m59062) HM
New York (Fulton County), Johnstown — Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony    1815 - 1902         1820 - 1906
On South William Street, on the right when traveling south.
The History of Woman Suffrage in Four Volumes is the documentary masterpiece from 50 years of co-operative teamwork between Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. Both were outstanding leaders in the campaign for . . . — Map (db m50238) HM
New York (New York County), Manhattan — Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace
On East 20th Street east of Broadway, on the right when traveling east.
President Theodore Roosevelt was born here on October 27, 1858, and lived here until he was 15. The house, a typical brownstone of the 1840s, was restored in 1923 and opened as a museum. — Map (db m40150) HM
New York (New York County), New York — Former Residence of Thomas Jefferson
On Maiden Lane north of William Street, on the right when traveling north.
This plaque marks the site of the former residence of Thomas Jefferson third President of the United States of America who on March 21 1790 as first Secretary of State under President Washington came to New York City then seat of the Federal . . . — Map (db m57569) HM
New York (Niagara County), Lewiston — The Battle of Queenston HeightsWar of 1812 — October 13, 1812
On Center Street west of North Water Street, on the right when traveling west.
On this day, Major General Stephen Van Rensselaer launched a U.S. attack on British Canada with an assault force of regulars and militia. Initially they were pinned down along the shore until Captain John Ellis Wool and his men scaled the heights . . . — Map (db m57083) HM
New York (Ontario County), Manchester — Apple Orchard
Near Stafford Road at Temple Road.
Apple Orchard On 22 September 1823, Joseph Smith Jr, was harvesting wheat with his father and brothers when he was overcome by exhaustion from the visits of the angel Moroni the previous night in the log home. His father sent him home to rest. His . . . — Map (db m117640) HM
New York (Schenectady County), Schenectady — Cur Non?
On Front Street at Governors Lane, on the right when traveling west on Front Street.
Cur Non! On June 11, 1825 Major General Marquis De Lafayette, Soldier, Statesman, Citizen of France And of the United States, Was the Guest of the Honorable Joseph C. Yates, Governor of The State . . . — Map (db m34319) HM
North Carolina (Cumberland County), Fayetteville — I-86 — Hiram R. Revels1822 - 1901
On Murchison Road (State Highway 210) at Blue Street, on the right when traveling south on Murchison Road.
First African American to serve in Congress, he represented Mississippi in Senate, 1870-1871. Born in Fayetteville. — Map (db m24402) HM
North Carolina (Cumberland County), Fayetteville — I-12 — Lafayette
On Gillespie Street at Franklin Street, on the right when traveling south on Gillespie Street.
On March 4-5, 1825, was guest of Fayetteville (named for him 1783), staying at home of Duncan McRae, on site of present courthouse. — Map (db m24377) HM
North Carolina (Durham County), Durham — G-80 — Bennett Place
On Bennett Memorial Road at Neal Road, on the right when traveling south on Bennett Memorial Road.
Farm home of James Bennett, where Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston surrendered his army to Gen. William T. Sherman, April 26, 1865. Johnston’s surrender followed Lee’s at Appomattox by 17 days and ended the Civil War in the Carolinas, Georgia, . . . — Map (db m1495) HM
Ohio (Clark County), Springfield — Tecumseh(1768-1813)
On Tecumseh Road (Ohio Route 369) north of Ohio Route 4.
Statesman, Warrior and Patriot was born March 1768, three miles west of Springfield, close to Route 40 - State Route 369 - at the Shawnee Indian Town called Piqua. Site of the battle of Piqua, August 8th, 1780, presently George Rogers Clark Memorial . . . — Map (db m35123) HM
Ohio (Cuyahoga County), Cleveland — Com. Oliver Hazard Perry
On Lakeside Avenue near West 3rd Street, on the right when traveling west.
Oliver Hazard Perry was only 27 when named commander of the Lake Erie Fleet. His combination of determination and tactical brilliance won him acclaim at home and the lasting respect of the British. "More than any other battle of the time," wrote . . . — Map (db m17868) HM
Ohio (Franklin County), Columbus — Theodore Roosevelt Memorial OakBorn October 27th, 1858 • Died January 6th, 1919
Near High Street south of Broad Street (U.S. 40), on the right.
This tree (a Scarlett Oak) was placed here by the Roosevelt National Living Memorial Association, as a living tribute to the great lover and defender of Country and Flag, and our youngest President of the United States—Theodore Roosevelt. . . . — Map (db m9866) HM
Ohio (Hamilton County), Cincinnati — 43-31 — William Howard Taft / Robert Alphonso Taft
On Auburn Avenue, on the left when traveling south.
William Howard Taft Born here on September 15, 1857, William Howard Taft is the only American to have served as President and Chief Justice of the United States. His unique career of public service began after he graduated from Yale University . . . — Map (db m59348) HM
Ohio (Stark County), Canton — 6-76 — The McKinley National Memorial
On McKinley Monument Drive NW north of 7th Street NW.
William McKinley served the nation as president, the people of Ohio as governor, and the citizens of his congressional district as a representative. McKinley was shot by an assassin in Buffalo, New York, in September 1901 and died several days . . . — Map (db m67439) HM
Pennsylvania (Luzerne County), Wilkes-Barre — George Catlin
On South River Street near South Street, on the right when traveling south.
The great painter of Indian portraits was born here July 26 1796 of Connecticut ancestry. Until 1823 he practiced law here and nearby. He began painting Indian pictures six years later. — Map (db m18590) HM
Pennsylvania (Philadelphia County), Philadelphia — Commodore David Porter
On Woodland Avenue (Entrance to the Cemetery).
One of the most heroic sons of Pennsylvania having long represented the country with fidelity as Minister resident at Constantinople. Died at that city in the patriotic discharge of his duty. March 30,1843. — Map (db m81797) WM
Pennsylvania (Philadelphia County), Philadelphia — The Liberation of Jane Johnson
On the Walnut Street Promenade just east of Delaware Expressway (Interstate 95), in the median.
In 1855, an enslaved woman and her two sons found freedom, aided by abolitionists William Still, Passmore Williamson, and other Undergroup Railroad activists. They escaped from their Southern owner while being transported through Philadelphia and . . . — Map (db m30686) HM
Pennsylvania (Somerset County), Stonycreek — Mayday!
Near Approach Road.
The day begins with a cloudless, bright blue sky over the mid-Atlantic states. Seven crew members assigned to Flight 93 prepare for the early morning nonstop flight from Newark, New Jersey, to San Francisco, California. Thirty-three passengers are . . . — Map (db m100646) HM
Pennsylvania (Somerset County), Stoystown — Forbes RoadStony Creek Encampment
On Lincoln Highway (U.S. 30) at Whistler Road (Pennsylvania Route 403) on Lincoln Highway.
A fortified supply depot known as the Stony Creek encampment or fort was a little north of here. The route then leads north to the foot of Laurel Hill, the site of Tomahawk camp. — Map (db m60109) HM
South Carolina (Charleston County), Charleston — Robert Smalls
Near Vendue Range at Concord Street, on the right when traveling east.
Robert Smalls was born into slavery on April 5, 1839, in Beaufort, South Carolina. In 1851, he was sent to work in Charleston to earn money for his owner. At the age of 23, he was a crewman on the steamer Planter, an armed transport in . . . — Map (db m94744) HM
South Carolina (Charleston County), Sullivans Island — Fort Moultrie
On Middle Street.
Military reservation Named in Honor of Col. William Moultrie who commanded Fort Sullivan (now Fort Moultrie) comprising the 2nd South Carolina Regiment of infantry and a detachment of the 4th South Carolina Regiment (Artillery) during the . . . — Map (db m19125) HM
South Carolina (Charleston County), Sullivans Island — Grave of General William Moultrie
On Middle Street, on the right when traveling west.
Down the walk on your left is the grave of General William Moultrie, a citizen of Charleston, who on June 28, 1776 led American troops in the defense of the city. From the walls of the unfinished palmetto log fort on Sullivan's Island he won a . . . — Map (db m31915) HM
South Carolina (Greenwood County), Ninety Six — 24-4 — Preston Brooks Dinner
On Main Street West at Cambridge Street (South Carolina Highway 248), on the right when traveling south on Main Street West. Reported missing.
National attention was focused here on Oct. 3, 1856, when some ten thousand people honored Preston S. Brooks, Congressman from this district, with a public dinner in vindication of his assault on Charles Sumner of Massachusetts on the Senate . . . — Map (db m11466) HM
South Carolina (Spartanburg County), Spartanburg — Marian Anderson1897-1993
Near East Main Street (U.S. 29).
Her contralto voice sang out in the twentieth century -- her life testified to her passion for music and the power of her voice to speak directly to the soul, encountering societal resistance as an African-American seeking educational and . . . — Map (db m40421) HM
Tennessee (Gibson County), Trenton — David Crockett
On Eaton Street (Tennessee Route 104, 77) at South College Street (Tennessee Route 367), on the left when traveling east on Eaton Street.
Pioneer — Statesman — Hero Born August 17, 1786 • Died March 6, 1836 Served three terms in the Congress of the United States while a resident of this county. Emigrated to Texas in 1835, and was killed at the Alamo fighting . . . — Map (db m55211) HM
Tennessee (Shelby County), Memphis — First Holiday Inn
On Summer Avenue 0.1 miles east of North Mendenhall Road, on the right when traveling east.
The world’s first Holiday Inn was opened on this site, August 1, 1952 by Memphis entrepreneur Kemmons Wilson as a result of his unsatisfactory lodging experiences on a vacation the prior summer with his wife Dorothy and their five children. He soon . . . — Map (db m63364) HM
Texas (Harris County), Houston — 10721 — Site of Lubbock Ranch
Near Rockhill Street near Glencrest Avenue, on the left when traveling west.
Texas statesman Francis Richard Lubbock (1815-1905) owned a 1300-acre ranch near this site. A native of South Carolina, Lubbock came to Houston in 1837. He soon opened a general store and was a business, political and civic leader. He served as . . . — Map (db m50142) HM
Texas (Midland County), Midland — 15411 — George W. Bush Childhood Home
On West Ohio Street at North H Street, on the right when traveling west on West Ohio Street.
George Herbert Walker Bush and wife Barbara (Pierce) came to Texas in 1948, moving to Midland with son George Walker Bush in 1950. They bought this home in 1951 and while here faced the loss of daughter Robin and celebrated the birth of two sons. . . . — Map (db m115868) HM
Texas (Travis County), Austin — The LBJ Plaza
Near Red River Street 0.1 miles north of Clyde Littlefield Drive.
The Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum was designed by Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM) and opened in the spring of 1971. The design featured the monumental library building clad in Roman travertine and an expansive plaza . . . — Map (db m35834) HM
Virginia, Alexandria — Home of Dr. James Craik(Born 1730 - Died Feb. 6, 1814)
On Duke Street east of South Fairfax Street, on the right when traveling east.
Close personal friend and family physician of Washington. Surgeon in Braddock's campaign, also with Washington throughout the Revolutionary War. Was at his bedside when he died and received his last messages. — Map (db m72341) HM
Virginia, Alexandria — Home of Elisha Cullen Dick(Born 1750 - Died 1825)
On Prince Street west of South Lee Street, on the right when traveling west.
Was consulting physician in Washington's last illness. At the moment of Washington's death he stopped the bedroom clock, which can be seen in Alexandria Washington Lodge, and conducted the Masonic Funeral service at his grave. — Map (db m71751) HM
Virginia, Alexandria — Home of Henry Lee(Light Horse Harry)
On Cameron Street east of North Washington Street, on the right when traveling west.
Famous Revolutionary Soldier, Father of Robert E. Lee. Was ardent supporter of Federalists. Defended Washington in political contests and delivered eulogy before Congress at Washington's Death in which he used the now famous phrase: "First in . . . — Map (db m72316) HM
Virginia, Alexandria — The Fairfax House1749 ▿ 1771
Near Prince Street.
This house was built and owned for twenty years by the Fairfaxes of Belvoir Col. William Fairfax 1691 ▿▿▿ 1757 Col. George William Fairfax 1724 ▿▿▿ 1787 Patrons Instructors and friends of Washington, . . . — Map (db m92329) HM
Virginia, Alexandria — The Memorial PoolCasualties of Segregation
Near Wythe Street at North Patrick Street (U.S. 1), on the right when traveling west.
African Americans in Alexandria suffered, along with other of their race, when a segregated system prevented them from enjoying recreation facilities in their hometown. From 1926 to 1951, the city had a municipal pool for white residents only. . . . — Map (db m80843) HM
Virginia (Arlington County), Arlington — Ronald Reagan
On Aviation Circle 0.4 miles north of Airport Access Road (Virginia Route 233), on the right when traveling north.
The statue of Ronald Wilson Reagan, 40th President of the United States from 1981-1989, is located northeast of this location at the driving entrance to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. In 1987, President Reagan's Secretary of . . . — Map (db m70983) HM
Virginia, Fairfax — Monument to John Q. Marr
On Main Street (Virginia Route 236) at Chain Bridge Road (Virginia Route 123), on the left when traveling west on Main Street.
This stone marks the scene of the opening conflict of the war of 1861–1865, when John Q. Marr, Captain of the Warrenton Rifles, who was the first soldier killed in action, fell 800 ft. S. 46 W. Mag. of this spot, June 1st, 1861. — Map (db m620) HM
Virginia (Fairfax County), Clifton — Circa 1884
On Main Street (Virginia Route 645) south of Chapel Street, on the left when traveling south.
This building was built as a General Mercantile Store and through the years has been occupied as a Saloon, Bakery, Grocery, Pool Hall, Cabinet Shop and Church. The addition was added in 1926 for a Barber Shop. The building was completely . . . — Map (db m114275) HM
Virginia (Frederick County), Middletown — A-14 — End Of Sheridan’s Ride
On Valley Pike (U.S. 11) at Rienzi Knoll Lane, on the right when traveling south on Valley Pike.
This knoll marks the position of the Union Army when Sheridan rejoined it at 10:30 A.M., October 19, 1864, in the Battle of Cedar Creek. His arrival, with Wright's efforts, checked the Union retreat. — Map (db m577) HM
Virginia (Frederick County), Middletown — Heater Fields
On Valley Pike (U.S. 11), on the right when traveling south.
The 2nd (Vermont) Brigade of the 2nd Division, VI U.S. Corps, briefly deployed around the Heater House as skirmishers in the first federal effort to stop the 19 October 1864 Confederate morning attack. When this proved unfeasible, the entire . . . — Map (db m15653) HM
Virginia, Fredericksburg — Clara Barton
On George Street at Princess Anne Street, on the right when traveling east on George Street.
1862 - 1962 In Memory of Clara BartonFounder of the American Red Cross. A devoted nurse and tireless organizer who knew no enemy but the unfeeling heart. We walk the ways she took in easing the suffering at the Battle of Fredericksburg when the . . . — Map (db m14428) HM
Virginia (Loudoun County), Aldie — First Mass. Cavalry
On Snickersville Turnpike (Virginia Route 734) west of Oatlands Road (Virginia Route 650), on the right when traveling west.
First Mass. Cavalry 3rd Brigade 2nd Cavalry Division June 17, 1863 Erected By The First Mass Cavalry Association 1889 Killed and Died of Wounds Sergt. C.C. Schwarz Co. A, Pvt. A. Ammann Co. A, Pvt. M.F. Daniels Co. A, . . . — Map (db m104322) WM
Virginia (Loudoun County), Leesburg — Ball’s Bluff National Cemetery
Near Ball’s Bluff Road, on the left when traveling east.
The twenty-five graves here in one of America’s smallest national cemeteries contain the partial remains of 54 Union soldiers killed at the Battle of Ball’s Bluff, October 21, 1861. All are unidentified except Pvt. James Allen of Northbridge, . . . — Map (db m2235) HM
Virginia (Loudoun County), Leesburg — Battlefield Historic Restoration Project
Near Ball’s Bluff Road, on the left when traveling east.
In 2004, Ball's Bluff Battlefield Regional Park began a restoration project on the battlefield where you stand today. The objective of the effort is to return about 12 acres of the battlefield to its approximate appearance in 1861. First hand . . . — Map (db m19329) HM
Virginia (Montgomery County), Elliston-Lafayette — Z-105 — Montgomery County / Roanoke County
On Roanoke Road (U.S. 11), on the right when traveling south.
Montgomery County Area 401 Square Miles Formed in 1776 from Fincastle, and named for General Richard Montgomery, killed at Quebec, 1775. The Virginia Polytechnic Institute is here. Roanoke County Area 305 Square Miles Formed in . . . — Map (db m23827) HM
Virginia (Orange County), Locust Grove — Battle of the Wilderness
On Hill-Ewell Drive at Constitution Highway (Virginia Route 20), on the left when traveling south on Hill-Ewell Drive.
Here May 5, 6, 1864, 70,000 Confederates under Lee defeated 120,000 Federals under Grant. Confederate loss 11,500. Federal 18,000. This battle, fought with conspicuous bravery, in a Wilderness on fire, will take it’s place among the great battles of . . . — Map (db m6007) HM
Virginia (Prince William County), Dumfries — Weems Botts Museum
On Fortuna Center Plaza near Dumfries Road (Virginia Route 234), on the right when traveling north.
The Weems-Botts House offers a fascinating history on Virginia’s oldest chartered town and two of the more colorful personalities to have lived here: the Rev. Mason Locke Weems and attorney Benjamin Botts. Weems, biographer of George Washington, was . . . — Map (db m5371) HM
Virginia (Prince William County), Dumfries — Williams Ordinary
On Fortuna Center Plaza near Dumfries Road (Virginia Route 234), on the right when traveling north.
Built in the form of an eighteenth century mansion, neither a construction date nor a builder for the Ordinary is known. It has been suggested that it was built around 1765 by James Wren because of the many stylistic parallels between it and the . . . — Map (db m5368) HM
Virginia (Shenandoah County), Fishers Hill — Valley PikeTumbling Run Near Fisher's Hill
On Old Valley Pike (U.S. 11) at Battlefield Road (County Route 601), on the right when traveling south on Old Valley Pike.
1864 Valley Campaign Here on Tumbling Run are the remains of the "Old Pike" stone bridge. The Valley Turnpike Company was chartered in 1838 as a joint-stock corporation. The turnpike followed the route of the Great Wagon Road from Philadelphia . . . — Map (db m4171) HM
Virginia (Shenandoah County), Strasburg — 5 — Historic StrasburgStop # 5
On West Washington Street at North Fort Street, on the left when traveling west on West Washington Street.
The Strasburg Depot sat one block north on Fort Street (for many years known as Depot St.). Notice where the road veers left then right again and up the hill. A modest passenger station was located there. Longtime residents may remember the 7:35 . . . — Map (db m74070) HM
Virginia, Staunton — Birthplace of Woodrow Wilson
On E Frederick Street, on the left when traveling west.
Commemorating the Birthplace of Woodrow Wilson this enclosing wall and garden laid out as of the period of 1846 – 1857 is dedicated by the Garden Club of Virginia — Map (db m58784) HM
Virginia, Winchester — Maryland
On Quarles Drive, on the right when traveling east.
(Front):To the memory of Her Sons who fell on Virginia's Soil (Left Side):Unheralded Unorganizaed Unarmed They came for conscience sake and died for right (Back):Alike in blood. Alike in faith. They sleep alike the last . . . — Map (db m26849) HM
Virginia, Winchester — TexasDieu Vous Gardé
Near East Boscawen Street east of South East Lane, on the left when traveling east.
In Honor And Memory Of The Men From Texas Who Gave The Greatest Sacrifice 1st Texas Infantry Sgt. Joseph C. Hollingsworth, Co H Died Of Wounds, 18 Oct 1862 Pvt. M. Harvey Newman, Co M Died Of Disease, 14 Oct . . . — Map (db m117490) WM
West Virginia (Jefferson County), Harpers Ferry — John Brown
On Shenandoah Street at Potomac Street on Shenandoah Street.
That this nation might have a new birth of freedom, That slavery should be removed forever from American soil. John Brown and his 21 men gave their lives. To commemorate their heroism, this tablet is placed on this . . . — Map (db m99510) HM WM
West Virginia (Jefferson County), Shepherdstown — Spirit of 1775Liberty or Death Don't Tread on Me
Near Kearneysville Pike (West Virginia Route 480).
Less than half mile eastward is the famous spring around which, from their rendezvous on lands of Morgan and Bedinger, July 17th, 1775 Captain Hugh Stephenson’s Company of Virginia Riflemen, 98 volunteers started on their bee-line march to Boston . . . — Map (db m107687) HM
West Virginia (Marshall County), Glen Dale — Harriet B. Jones(b. 3 June 1856; d. 28 June 1943)
On Wheeling Avenue (West Virginia Route 2) at 1st Street, on the right when traveling north on Wheeling Avenue.
Born 3 June 1856, in 1885 was first licensed woman physician in state; opened private practice then hospital in Wheeling, 1892. Jones was active in temperance and women's suffrage; and promoted establishment of state sanitariums in Terra Alta & . . . — Map (db m57247) HM
West Virginia (Ohio County), Wheeling — In Memoriam
Near Wheeling Heritage Trail.
Dedicated May 31, 1993 — Map (db m78793) WM
West Virginia (Ohio County), Wheeling — Independence HallBeginning of Statehood — The First Campaign
On 16th Street (West Virginia Route 2) east of Market Street, on the right when traveling west.
This building, erected as a Federal customs house in 1859, is known as West Virginia Independence Hall. Considered the birthplace of West Virginia, it is the site of a series of events that led to the state’s creation in 1863. In spring and . . . — Map (db m34566) HM
West Virginia (Ohio County), Wheeling — Vineyard Hills
On Grandview Street, on the right when traveling north.
Site of 31 acre vineyard owned and operated by Father John Peter Kreusch (1818-88), German priest who served Saint Alphonsus German Catholic Church (1859-83). Vineyard, set circa 1862, yielded from 4,000 to 15,000 gallons of unadulterated altar wine . . . — Map (db m64228) HM
West Virginia (Ohio County), Wheeling — Wheeling -- "a pretty considerable Village"Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
Near Wheeling Heritage Trail.
"this was a considerable Village contains about fifty houses...it is situated on the east side of the river on an elevated bank; the landing is good, just below the town and on the side big Wheeling creek emtys itself into the Ohio..." -- . . . — Map (db m71105) HM
West Virginia (Wayne County), Kenova — Ceredo - Kenova
On Chestnut Street (U.S. 60) at Virginia Point Drive, on the right on Chestnut Street.
Ceredo - Founded in 1857 by Eli Thayer of Massachusetts, an Abolition leader, in his plan to create sentiment against slavery in western states. Kenova - named for the meeting place of three states, Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia. — Map (db m35202) HM

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