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Heyward House and Historical Center

The Heyward House, is located in Bluffton, South Carolina. It was built in 1841 in the early Carolina Farmhouse style brought to North America by planters from the West Indies. The north parlor and the bedroom above, were the first parts of the h ...

                                               

Mellette House

The Mellette House is a historic home and museum located at 421 Fifth Avenue Northwest in Watertown, South Dakota. It is the former residence of the first governor of South Dakota, Arthur C. Mellette. The Mellette family built the house in 1885 o ...

                                               

Carter Mansion (Elizabethton, Tennessee)

                                               

Cumberland Homesteads Tower Museum

                                               

Oaklawn Garden

Oaklawn Garden, also known as Oaklawn Gardens, is a botanical garden, park and museum located at 7831 Old Poplar Pike in Germantown, Tennessee, United States. A historic residential home, erected by the original landowner in 1854, is situated on ...

                                               

Ramsey House (Knox County, Tennessee)

The Ramsey House is a two-story stone house in Knox County, Tennessee, United States. Also known as Swan Pond, the house was constructed in 1797 by English architect Thomas Hope for Colonel Francis Alexander Ramsey, whose family operated a planta ...

                                               

Trousdale Place

Trousdale Place is a historic mansion in Gallatin, Sumner County, Tennessee. It was the home of John H. Bowen, local attorney and member of the United States House of Representatives, and of governor of Tennessee William Trousdale.

                                               

Hopkins County Museum and Heritage Park

The Hopkins County Museum and Heritage Park is a local history museum documenting Hopkins County, Texas, located in Sulphur Springs, the county seat. It is operated by the Hopkins County Historical Society. The Hopkins County Museum is located in ...

                                               

Kell House Museum

Kell House Museum, also known as The Kell House, is a historic house museum in Wichita Falls, Texas. The house was occupied from 1909 until 1980 by members of the family of Frank Kell, who made a fortune in railroads, flour milling and oil. Kell ...

                                               

Dr. Joseph M. and Sarah Pound Farmstead

The Pound Farmstead, also known as the Dr. Pound Pioneer Farmstead, is a historic farm located in Hays County, Texas United States. The original 750-acre farm was founded by Doctor Joseph McKegg Pound and his wife Sarah in 1854 in an unsettled ar ...

                                               

Jacob Hamblin House

The Jacob Hamblin House is a historic residence and museum located in Santa Clara, Utah, United States (near St. George. Jacob Hamblin was a Mormon pioneer and missionary who founded Santa Clara in 1854. After a flood destroyed the town, a group ...

                                               

Avoca Museum

                                               

Freeman Store and Museum (Vienna, Virginia)

The Freeman House Store, formerly the Lydecker Store, is located in the Town of Vienna in Fairfax County, Virginia, the house lies in Northern Virginia near the District of Columbia. Built in 1859 for Abram Lydecker, both Confederate and Union Ar ...

                                               

North Bend Plantation

North Bend Plantation is an estate located on the north bank of the James River in Charles City County, Virginia. It is located along State Route 5, a scenic byway which runs between the independent cities of Richmond and Williamsburg.

                                               

Pear Valley

Pear Valley is a one-room yeomans cottage and prime example of vernacular architecture in Eastville, Virginia. The modest embellishments and its high level of preservation make it one of the most architecturally interesting examples of small, his ...

                                               

Rippon Lodge

Rippon Lodge is the oldest house remaining in Prince William County, Virginia. Built around 1747 by Richard Blackburn, it lies on high ground overlooking Neabsco Creek at the south end of what is now the unincorporated town of Woodbridge at 15520 ...

                                               

Violet Bank Museum

Violet Bank is a historic plantation house and museum in Colonial Heights, Virginia. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

                                               

Rothschild House (Port Townsend, Washington)

The Rothschild House is a house in Port Townsend, Washington. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970. It is included in Port Townsend Historic District which was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1977. It was bui ...

                                               

Ryan House

The Ryan House is a historic building in Sumner, Washington, United States that is now used as a museum. The house was built by Fred Seaman as a one-room cabin. In 1872, George Ryan bought the property. He added onto the house in 1875 and 1885. I ...

                                               

Yakima Valley Museum

The Yakima Valley Museum is a 65.000-square-foot facility offers historical exhibits on the Yakima Valley - its natural history, American Indian culture, pioneer life, early city life, and the roots and development of the Valleys fruit industry.

                                               

Lemuel Chenoweth House & Museum

                                               

Cook-Rutledge House

The Cook Rutledge House is a historic Italianate-style house located in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

                                               

David Taylor House

The Taylor House, built in the early 1850s by Judge David Taylor, a once prominent citizen in Sheboygan. Taylor was a circuit court judge and invested in the community in harbor development, railroads and many other community projects. He went on ...

                                               

Mueller-Wright House

The house was constructed sometime during the 1840s. Currently, it serves as a museum and library. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 and to the State Register of Historic Places in 1989. It is regarded to be a good ...

                                               

Marcellus Pedrick House

The Marcellus Pedrick House, also known as the Pedrick-Lawson House, is located in Ripon, Wisconsin, United States. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. The house is owned by the Ripon Historical Society and maintaine ...

                                               

William B. and Jennie Tufts House

The William B. and Jennie Tufts House is located in Neillsville, Wisconsin. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2012. The house was once home to William B. Tufts, a Colonel in the United States Army, and his wife, Jennie.

                                               

Wahle-Laird House

The Wahle-Laird House is a Classical Revival home built in 1904 in Marshfield, Wisconsin by Dr. Henry Wahle. It was later the boyhood home of Melvin Laird, U.S. Senator and Secretary of Defense, among others.

                                               

19th Avenue (San Francisco)

19th Avenue in a north-south city street in San Francisco, California. It consists of two non-contiguous segments that are separated by Golden Gate Park. The southern segment is a six-lane arterial thoroughfare, mostly signed as part of Californi ...

                                               

Los Alamitos Circle

The Los Alamitos Traffic Circle, informally known as the Long Beach Traffic Circle, is a roundabout at the intersection of Lakewood Boulevard, Pacific Coast Highway and Los Coyotes Diagonal in Long Beach, California. The intersection was original ...

                                               

Robin Williams Tunnel

                                               

Shoreline Highway

                                               

Tom Lantos Tunnels

The Tom Lantos Tunnels are two tunnels located within the coastal promontory of Devils Slide in California, United States, allowing State Route 1 to bypass the treacherous Devils Slide stretch. They are officially named after late Congressman Tom ...

                                               

Jones Point (Virginia)

Jones Point is a geographic point on the Potomac River within the city of Alexandria, Virginia, United States. The Jones Point Light and Jones Point Park are located at the point, which is immediately North of the confluence of Hunting Creek and ...

                                               

Rail infrastructure on the National Register of Historic Places by state

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Alaska

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Arizona

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Arkansas

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in California

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Colorado

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Connecticut

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Delaware

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Georgia (U.S. state)

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Idaho

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Illinois

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Indiana

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Iowa

                                               

Rail transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Kansas

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