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Located around the corner from the U.S. Capitol and Supreme Court, Belmont-Paul was the home of the National Women's Party.
A haven for recreation and reflection, the islands of Cape Hatteras National Seashore are constantly changing by tide, storm, current, and wind.
Explore American Poet Carl Sandburg's legacy with our National Park Service at the Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site in North Carolina.
Carter G. Woodson Home National Historic Site in Washington, D.C. was the home of the 'Father of Black History' from 1915 until his death in 1950.
Constitution Gardens is situated between our Vietnam Memorial and World War II Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Fort Raleigh National Historic Site preserves England's first New World settlements and the cultural heritage of Native, European, and African Americans.
Located along the famous Cherry Tree Walk on the Western edge of the Tidal Basin near the National Mall, this is a memorial to FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt.
Dedicated to preserving the legacy of the 19th century African American, The Frederick Douglass National Historic Site provides guided tours and exhibits.
Fought on March 15, 1781 the battle at Guilford Courthouse was the largest, most hotly-contested action of the Revolutionary War's climactic Southern Campaign.
The Bethune Council House was Mary McLeod Bethune's house and the first headquarters of the organization she founded, the National Council of Negro Women.
The Battle of Moores Creek Bridge was the catalyst for North Carolina's state independence. 12 additional states declared independence shortly thereafter.
National Capital Parks offers acres of historic sites, recreation fields, tidal and non-tidal wetlands, meadows, forests, statuary, and archeological sites.
The National Mall is America's front yard, featuring the Washington Monument, WWII and Lincoln Memorials, 156 reservations, circles, fountains and more.
Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail expands four southern states and traces the Revolutionary War patriot militia route taken in 1780.
Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail network follows the paths explored by George Washington. Hikers, bicyclists, and boaters explore the Chesapeake area.
Washington, D.C.'s Rock Creek Park offers outdoor activities like hiking, bicycling, horse trails, golf, and educational programs and tours.
The Trail of Tears National Historic Trail ranges eight U.S. states and commemorates the survival of the Cherokee, who were forcefully removed from their land.
Following the route that allied Generals Washington and Rochambeau traversed during the American Revolution, this trail stretches across 10 states and over 680 miles of land and water.