Historic site


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Historic site

A location where a historical event took place, as designated by a marker or plaque.
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Ganondagan State Historic Site will hold its 16th annual Native American Winter Games this month, with events for adults and children.
While the Holland Harbor Lighthouse is one of Michigan's best-known lighthouses, it is also one of its most misunderstood, stemming from inaccuracies found on two identical Michigan State Historic Site markers.
Next comes Pullman, a Chicago neighborhood, which is also a national monument and state historic site. It was an early planned community, the focus of a historic strike and an important manufacturing site.
North Atlantic Region: Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site
Fourteen national parks are spotlighted, including Boston National Historical Park, New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park, John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site, Minuteman National Historical Park, Salem Maritime National Historic Site, and much more.
Would anyone want us to eliminate Manzanar National Historic Site in California and Minidoka National Historic Site in Idaho because they preserve World War II internment camps for Japanese Americans?
Certainly one of the most courageous and dedicated groups is the Inglis Area Heritage Committee which oversees the Inglis Elevators National Historic Site. They continue to meet the challenge of maintaining five large wooden grain elevators, which represent the largest assemblage of surviving 'prairie giants' from the historic era in Canada.
Or in Quebec City, walk on the walls of the historic Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site. Why not hike into the Rocky Mountains of Banff and Jasper national parks in Alberta, and then trek out to the West Coast and see the wonders of Gulf Islands National Park Reserve?
Development will inject much needed life into an iconic historic site and lead to more people visiting, enjoying and appreciating the historic features of the area.
THE HISTORIC MARIE ANTOINETTE, the Bell of Batoche, will be making a short visit to Batoche National Historic Site and ringing in the Thanksgiving weekend.
Published in conjunction with the 300th anniversary of Canada's Fortress Louisbourg National Historic Site in 2013, this book explores food and food preparation, along with agriculture and the art of gardens, in the daily life in Louisbourg, on what is now known as Cape Breton Island.

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