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Pamplin Historical Park (US)

Pamplin Historical Park is recognized as one of America's premier historical attractions and as the most innovative Civil War history park in the country.

The Claude Moore Colonial Farm at Turkey Run (US)

The Claude Moore Colonial Farm at Turkey Run is a living history museum that portrays family life on a small, low-income farm just prior to the Revolutionary War.

Mission Tejas State Park (US)

Mission Tejas State Park Corps was built in 1934 by Co. 888 of the Civilian Conservation Corps as a commemorative representation of Mission San Francisco de los Tejas, the first Spanish mission in the province of Texas, which was established in 1690.

Heritage Farmstead Museum (US)

The Heritage Farmstead Museum (HFM) is the premiere living history site interpreting the Texas black-land prairie region in north-Texas. Also known as the Ammie Wilson House it is a historic farm museum in Plano, Texas.

Rocky Mount Museum (US)

Rocky Mount Museum and Living History Site sits at the foot of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. A visit to the site will include several components starting with a visit to the Massengill Overmountain Museum.

Red Clay State Historic Park (US)

Red Clay State Historic Park is located in southern Bradley County in Cleveland, Tennessee. The park is also listed as an interpretive center along the Cherokee Trail of Tears. It encompasses 263 acres (1.06 km2) of land and is located just above the Tennessee-Georgia stateline.

Irish National Heritage Park (INHP) (IE)

Near the town of Wexford at Ferrycarig, the 35 acres large Irish National Heritage Park (Pairc Naisiunta Oidhreacht na hEireann) depicts several periods and sites, important to Irish Past, going back a total of 9,000 years...

Fort Sumter (US)

Built in 1811, Fort Sumter is a Third System masonry sea fort located in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. The fort is best known as the site upon which the shots which started the American Civil War were fired, at the Battle of Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861.

Ninety Six (US)

Ninety Six National Historic Site is home to two Revolutionary War battle sites. More Revolutionary War battles & skirmishes took place in South Carolina than any other colony during the American Revolution.

Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site (US)

Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site sits on a marshy point, located off of the Ashley River, where a group of English settlers landed in 1670 and established what would become the birthplace of the Carolina colony.

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