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Austerlitz Historical Society and Old Austerlitz Historical Village [NY]

Austerlitz
The Society operates the Old Austerlitz Historical Village where artifacts, photos, and memorabilia relating to the town are displayed in a [...] »

Autry National Center [CA]

Los Angeles
The Autry National Center celebrates the American West through three important institutions: the Museum of the American West, the Southwest Museum of [...] »

Avery Point Lighthouse Society

Groton
The Avery Point Lightouse, located at the southeastern end of the University of Connecticut's Avery Point campus, was built in 1943 to aid the Coast [...] »

Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture [SC]

Charleston
The Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture presents the history of African Americans in the South Carolina Lowcountry and in [...] »

Aycock Birthplace [NC]

Fremont
Charles B. Aycock was born into a simple, rural home in 1859. In 1900 he was elected governor of North Carolina and dedicated his life to improving [...] »

Aztec Ruins National Monument [NM]

Aztec
The Aztec Ruins National Monument is an ancestral Pueblo site. A "great house" known as West Ruin offers one-half mile of rooms, some with their [...] »

B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretative Center [MS]

Indianola
The B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center will take visitors back to the place where B.B. King grew up and lived the blues long before he [...] »

Babcock-Smith House [RI]

Westerly
This early Georgian-styled mansion was built circa 1734 for Dr. Joshua Babcock, who was Westerly's first physician and a Chief Justice of Rhode [...] »

Babylon Village Historical Society and Museum [NY]

Babylon
The Babylon Village Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Babylon, NY and the surrounding area. To this end, the society [...] »

Bacon's Castle [VA]

Surry
With its cruciform shape, triple chimneys, and curvilinear gables, Bacon's Castle is a rare surviving example of Jacobean architecture in America. [...] »

 
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