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Aberdeen Baptist Church

Three was a great need to have a Baptist Church in Aberdeen.  Mrs. Reeder, an early founder, walked to Aberdeen, from th enow Ellsberry area, crosee the Ohio river in a skiff, walked to Washington, which was 4 miles from Maysvilled to attend Church.
Three was a great need to have a Baptist Church in Aberdeen. Mrs. Reeder, an early founder, walked to Aberdeen, from th enow Ellsberry area, crosee the Ohio river in a skiff, walked to Washington, which was 4 miles from Maysvilled to attend Church.

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Abington Presbyterian Church and Graveyard

The oldest Presbyterian church in Montgomery County and mother church, directly or indirectly, to ten offspring churches.
The oldest Presbyterian church in Montgomery County and mother church, directly or indirectly, to ten offspring churches.

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Absecon Lighthouse

The Absecon Light is a coastal lighthouse located in the north end of Atlantic City, New Jersey overlooking Absecon Inlet. It is the tallest lighthouse in the state of New Jersey and is the third tallest masonry lighthouse in the United States.
The Absecon Light is a coastal lighthouse located in the north end of Atlantic City, New Jersey overlooking Absecon Inlet. It is the tallest lighthouse in the state of New Jersey and is the third tallest masonry lighthouse in the United States.

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Akron Civic Theater

Long recognized among the community's cultural landmarks, the Akron Civic Theatre has a rich and spectacular history. It has provided the community with a venue for quality entertainment and live performances for over seventy years.
Long recognized among the community's cultural landmarks, the Akron Civic Theatre has a rich and spectacular history. It has provided the community with a venue for quality entertainment and live performances for over seventy years.

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Alcatraz

In 1850, a presidential order set aside the island for possible use as a United States military reservation. The California Gold Rush, the resulting boom in the growth of San Francisco, and the need to protect San Francisco Bay led the U.S. Army to build a Citadel, or fortress, at the top of the island in the early 1850's. The Army also made plans to install more than 100 cannon on the island, making Alcatraz the most heavily fortified military site on the West Coast. Together with Fort Point and Lime Point, Alcatraz formed a
In 1850, a presidential order set aside the island for possible use as a United States military reservation. The California Gold Rush, the resulting boom in the growth of San Francisco, and the need to protect San Francisco Bay led the U.S. Army to b...

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Alma Cemetary

Some time in the 1800's a cruel farmer owned the land that is now the Alma Cemetery. As Alma expanded and land was needed the officials went to the farmer with a generous offer to buy the land. The farmer refused to sell.
Some time in the 1800's a cruel farmer owned the land that is now the Alma Cemetery. As Alma expanded and land was needed the officials went to the farmer with a generous offer to buy the land. The farmer refused to sell.

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Athens Mental Hospital

The Athens Mental Health Center, in Athens County, is located on a hill across from the flowing Hocking River in Ohio.
The Athens Mental Health Center, in Athens County, is located on a hill across from the flowing Hocking River in Ohio.

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Austin Log Cabin

Austintown Log House is a log cabin near Youngstown, Ohio, listed on the National Register of Historic Places on 1974-07-30. It is managed by the Austintown Historical Society and commonly known as the
Austintown Log House is a log cabin near Youngstown, Ohio, listed on the National Register of Historic Places on 1974-07-30. It is managed by the Austintown Historical Society and commonly known as the "Austin Log Cabin".

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Austine School for the Deaf

In 1904, after retiring in Brattleboro, U.S. Army Colonel William Austine left a generous bequest that became the seed for a special school for Vermont's blind and deaf students.
In 1904, after retiring in Brattleboro, U.S. Army Colonel William Austine left a generous bequest that became the seed for a special school for Vermont's blind and deaf students.

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Austintown Fitch High School

Originally name the Austintown Consolidated school, the Austintown Fitch High School became the Austintown Middle School until it was closed when the new middle school was built.  THIS BUILDING IS SCHEDULED FOR DEMOLITION.
Originally name the Austintown Consolidated school, the Austintown Fitch High School became the Austintown Middle School until it was closed when the new middle school was built. THIS BUILDING IS SCHEDULED FOR DEMOLITION.

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Aviles Street

Aviles Street, which is in the historic district of St. Augustine, has long been identified as the oldest street in the United States.
Aviles Street, which is in the historic district of St. Augustine, has long been identified as the oldest street in the United States.

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Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Terminal Youngstown

The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Terminal is the most architecturally significant remaining railroad passenger station in the central city of Youngstown.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Terminal is the most architecturally significant remaining railroad passenger station in the central city of Youngstown.

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Barbee Hotel

The Barbee Hotel was considered a very high-class resort during Al Capone's time. He stayed in the hotel frequently, often clearing out all the guests so he could stay in seclusion. He always stayed in room 301 at the back of the hotel.
The Barbee Hotel was considered a very high-class resort during Al Capone's time. He stayed in the hotel frequently, often clearing out all the guests so he could stay in seclusion. He always stayed in room 301 at the back of the hotel.

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Betsy Ross House

The building at 239 Arch Street, now known as the Betsy Ross House, was built over 250 years ago. The front portion was built around 1740, with the stair hall (or piazza) and the rear section added 10 to 20 years later.
The building at 239 Arch Street, now known as the Betsy Ross House, was built over 250 years ago. The front portion was built around 1740, with the stair hall (or piazza) and the rear section added 10 to 20 years later.

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Blackberry River Inn

A superb historic Colonial home dating back to 1763, Blackberry River Inn is situated on 27 acres in the beautiful Southern Berkshires of Connecticut.
A superb historic Colonial home dating back to 1763, Blackberry River Inn is situated on 27 acres in the beautiful Southern Berkshires of Connecticut.

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Boothbay Opera House

For generations the historic 1894 Opera House in Boothbay Harbor, Maine stage has played host to actors and musicians from around the state and around the globe.
For generations the historic 1894 Opera House in Boothbay Harbor, Maine stage has played host to actors and musicians from around the state and around the globe.

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Bruce Hall

Bruce Hall houses 214 men and women, primarily first-year students, in four- and six-person suites. The building is named for the first chancellor after the University was renamed from the Pittsburgh Academy to the Western University of Pennsylvania.
Bruce Hall houses 214 men and women, primarily first-year students, in four- and six-person suites. The building is named for the first chancellor after the University was renamed from the Pittsburgh Academy to the Western University of Pennsylvania.

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Buffalo Trace Distillery

Today the Buffalo Trace Distillery site encompasses 119 acres and 114 buildings.
Today the Buffalo Trace Distillery site encompasses 119 acres and 114 buildings.

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Butterworth Building

The Butterworth Building or Butterworth Block at 1921 First Avenue in Seattle, Washington (U.S. state) was originally built as the Butterworth & Sons mortuary, which moved into this location in 1903 and moved to larger quarters in 1923.
The Butterworth Building or Butterworth Block at 1921 First Avenue in Seattle, Washington (U.S. state) was originally built as the Butterworth & Sons mortuary, which moved into this location in 1903 and moved to larger quarters in 1923.

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Buxton Inn

In 1812, Orrin Granger, a pioneer from Granville, Massachusetts built The Tavern on land that was purchased in 1806.
In 1812, Orrin Granger, a pioneer from Granville, Massachusetts built The Tavern on land that was purchased in 1806.

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C.Y. Stephens Auditorium - Iowa State University

Clifford Y. Stephens, an Iowa State University alumnus, led donations with a one million dollar gift toward the Center's construction of a performing arts auditorium. C.Y. Stephens' gift came from the dream that he shared with James H Hilton.
Clifford Y. Stephens, an Iowa State University alumnus, led donations with a one million dollar gift toward the Center's construction of a performing arts auditorium. C.Y. Stephens' gift came from the dream that he shared with James H Hilton.

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