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Barrett House

New Ipswich
According to tradition, the 1800 Forest Hall was built as a wedding gift for Charles Barrett and his bride by his father. Its grand scale was [...] »

Barrington Living History Farm [TX]

Washington
Last president of the Republic of Texas Anson Jones farmed near Washington during and after his presidency. Jones named his farm "Barrington" after [...] »

Bartholomew County Historical Society [IN]

Columbus
The Bartholomew County Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the historical heritage of Bartholomew County, IN. The society is headquartered [...] »

Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum [NY]

The Bronx
Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum is a 9-acre public site nestled in a quiet area of the Pelham Bay Park. The gardens, mansion, and carriage house represent [...] »

Bartram's Garden

Philadelphia
Visitors to Bartram's Garden experience America's oldest living botanical garden, a pastoral 18th-century homestead surrounded by the urban bustle of [...] »

Batavia Historical Society and Depot Museum [IL]

Batavia
The Batavia Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the historical heritage of Batavia, IL, and chronicles the town's transformation from a [...] »

Battle of Athens State Historic Site [MO]

Revere
Battle of Athens State Historic Site interprets the northernmost Civil War battle fought west of the Mississippi River. Some of the land and [...] »

Battle of Carthage State Historic Site [MO]

Carthage
The 7.4–acre Battle of Carthage Historic Site preserves the location of the Battle of Carthage, one of the earliest engagements in the Civil War [...] »

Battle of Lexington State Historic Site [MO]

Lexington
It was once called "the largest and best arranged dwelling house west of St. Louis." Today Oliver Anderson's mansion is best known for the three [...] »

Battleship Cove [MA]

Fall River
Battleship Cove is the largest collection of historic naval ships in the world. The cove boasts four large World War II-era battleships, along with a [...] »

 
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