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Andersonville National Historic Site serves as a memorial to all American prisoners of war throughout the nation's history.
In 1863, Union and Confederate forces in the Civil War fought for control of Chattanooga, the gateway to the Deep South.
Spanish and British forces clashed on St. Simons Island. Fort Frederica's troops defeated the Spanish, ensuring Georgia's future as a British colony.
Fort Pulaski National Monument and its rifled cannon serve as a landmark in the history of military science and invention during the Civil War
Established on January 12, 2017, Freedom Riders National Monument shares stories of people and places that gained national attention in the fight against the injustices of Jim Crow laws and eventua
Grand Portage National Monument and Indian Reservation, a national park in Minnesota, forms a bridge between people, time, and culture.
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park showcases the rich and cultural history of Civil War where over 67,000 soldiers died in Atlanta.
The Mississippi River is an iconic river recognized as an individual national park site that relies on conservation donations from national park supporters.
Ocmulgee National Monument is a prehistoric Native American site, valuable during the Paleo-Indian period for its bounty of Ice Age mammals.
Pipestone National Monument is sacred to many American Indian tribes, who quarry and carve its red pipestone for prayer ceremonies.
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.
Voyageurs National Park is a mosaic of waterways that flow into the Hudson Bay. Aquatic ecosystems, forests, and wild area add to the park's diversity.