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Hannah and Eliza Gorman HouseHannah and Eliza Gorman House
Corvallis, Oregon, USA

The Hannah and Eliza Gorman House was built by Black women pioneers in 1857-66 in Corvallis, Oregon. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2015.

Vicksburg National Military ParkVicksburg National Military Park
Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA

The Vicksburg National Military Park preserves the battlefield of the Vicksburg Campaign in the Civil War. The extensive park is dotted with over 1,400 monuments and memorials and includes a museum showcasing the ironclad ship U.S.S. Cairo.

Peabody HotelPeabody Hotel
Memphis, Tennessee, USA

When the Peabody Hotel was completed in 1925, it was the largest and most elegant hotel in the south. It is a fine example of the opulence, grandeur, and complexity which characterized the era of the grand hotel.

White HouseWhite House
Washington, USA

The White House in Washington DC is the official residence of the President of the United States, an international symbol of the American presidency, and one of the most famous buildings in the world. Begun in 1792, the stately Neoclassical mansion contains 132 rooms including the famous Oval Office.

Golden Gate BridgeGolden Gate Bridge
San Francisco, California, USA

Completed in 1937, the beautiful Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco is one of the most famous landmarks in America.

Statue of LibertyStatue of Liberty
New York, USA

Given to the United States by the people of France in 1886, the Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World is an internationally recognized symbol of freedom and democracy.

Mesa Verde Administrative DistrictMesa Verde Administrative District
Mesa Verde National Park, CO, USA

Consists of the first buildings constructed by the National Park Service (1921) based on cultural traditions represented in the Park area. The principal designer believed that structures could be used for interpretive purposes to explain the construction of prehistoric dwellings in the Park, and be compatible with their natural and cultural setting.

McLoughlin HouseMcLoughlin House
Oregon City, Oregon, USA

The Georgian-style home of Dr. John McLoughlin, founder and mayor of Oregon City, built in 1846. Moved from its original location by the river in 1909, it is now a museum and part of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

Stanley Hotel DistrictStanley Hotel District
Estes Park, Colorado, USA

Historic district including the Stanley Hotel, the Manor House, Stanley Hall, the Carriage House, and Stanley Power Plant.

Arlene Schnitzer Concert HallArlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Portland, Oregon, USA

Formerly known as the Portland Public Theater and Paramount Theater, the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall was built in 1927.

Petroglyph National MonumentPetroglyph National Monument
Albuquerque, NM, USA

Located in the western outskirts of Albuquerque, Petroglyph National Monument is one of the largest petroglyph sites in North America. It contains 17 miles of volcanic rock escarpment with over 25,000 petroglyph images. The monument includes a visitors' center and four different sites of varying terrain, most with easy to moderate paths.