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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The C & O Railway Heritage Center is located on eight acres that were once home to the C & O Smith Railroad Creek Yard. The highlight of the Center is the fully-restored Clifton Forge C & O Freight De... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    In the bay of San Francisco sits the C. A. Thayer. This ship was built to 1895 to hull timber. The usual route it took was from Grays Harbor, Washington, picking up timber from E.K. Wood's mill, to Sa... Learn More
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    Explore the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park in Maryland, the first place to stop by is the Cumberland Visitor Center of National Historical Park. Housed in the historic 1913 Western... Learn More
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    The Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad operated a hospital in this location between 1900 and 1971. The hospital served employees of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad and their families, offering free or low-... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    This historic locomotive hauled millions of tons of coal from the mines around Logan and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located in the heart of Chief Logan State Park. Th... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    This massive steel arch railroad bridge was built in 1909 for the C & O Railroad, and was improved in the 1920's to allow a single lane of traffic to cross Kanawha River from the West Side to South Ch... Learn More
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    The Belden House was designed by architect Walter J. Mathews and was built by treasurer of W. W. Montague & Company, Charles A. Belden. The building itself was designed in the Queen Anne style, with a... Learn More
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    C. D. Platt Plow Works was established in 1873 to manufacture plows with equipment brought to Carthage from another plow manufacturer in Des Monies, Iowa, and by 1880, about 200 plows were made a mont... Learn More
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    This building was constructed in 1911, and is one of the finest examples of Jacobethan Tudor Revival architecture in the state. It was designed by the renowned local architect David Chambers Lewis, wh... Learn More
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    The C. Reed Parker Science Building, or Parker for short, was completed in 2002. The goal of the building is to create an interactive environment with spaces to allow hands-on learning. The building h... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    The C. S. Brown Cultural Arts Center and Museum is located in a historic building that was home to one of the first high schools for African Americans in the state of North Carolina. The museum is nam... Learn More
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    The Clarence A. Thayer is a schooner that was built in 1895 in California by Hans Ditlev Bendixsen. Between the years of 1895 and 1912, the C.A. Thayer would sail from a mill in Gray's Harbor in Washi... Learn More
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    For the last 30 years, policy makers, writers, reporters and visitors from six continents have made the journey to the little mining town of Blackey, Kentucky, to meet Joe and Gaynell Begley and their... Learn More
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    C.E. Byrd is a historic school built in 1925 that remained segregated until 1968. Today, the school serves children of all races as a science and math magnet school. The building was added to the Nati... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    An archaeological site with Native American mounds dating back to the 15th century. In January 1962, Memphis State University assumed administrative responsibility for Chucalissa and the site quickly... Learn More
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    The Cabelll Cemetery is located at the south end of the West Virginia Sate University campus right off Barron Drive. There are twenty-seven burial sites and twenty-two headstones, including the graves... Learn More
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    Cabell County was formed on January 2, 1809 and was named in honor of William H. Cabell, who served as Governor of Virginia from 1805 to 1808. The first meeting of the Cabell County court took place i... Learn More
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    The 91 trees lining Memorial Boulevard were planted in the 1920s to honor the 91 soldiers from Cabell County who died while in the service of their country during World War I. There are fifteen signs... Learn More
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    This is a part of the "Cabell County World War I Memorial Boulevard" trail. For links to the other entries and trail information, see the links below. This entry corresponds with signs 1,3,5 and 7 on... Learn More
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    This is a part of the "Cabell County World War I Memorial Boulevard" trail. For links to the other entries and trail information, see the links below. This entry corresponds with signs 9,11,13 and 15... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    This is a part of the "Cabell County World War I Memorial Boulevard" trail. For links to the other entries and trail information, see the links below. This entry corresponds with signs 14,12,10 and 8... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    This is a part of the "Cabell County World War I Memorial Boulevard" trail. For links to the other entries and trail information, see the links below. This entry corresponds with signs 6,4 and 2 on th... Learn More
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    Opened in 1956, Cabell Huntington Hospital was built as a 236 bed facility to serve the growing population of the tri-state area. It is now of the largest hospitals in West Virginia with 303 beds. CHH... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    One of the last major battles of the Civil War was the Battle of Cabin Creek, which ended up being a Confederate victory. In September 1864, General Stand Waite along with William L. Cabell, captured... Learn More
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    Located at the intersection of Lee and Main streets in Blacksburg, Virginia is a historic structure dating back to 1847. Originally a Presbyterian church, it is the oldest surviving building on Main S... Learn More
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    Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1981, the Cabo San Juan Lighthouse, located on a high promontory and locally known as “El Faro de Fajardo,” is the second oldest in the system of... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Cabot's Pueblo Museum is a Hopi-inspired pueblo. The structure is hand-made, created from reclaimed and found materials. The Pueblo is four-stories, 5,000 square feet, and includes 35 rooms, 150 windo... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    Located on the Point Loma Peninsula in San Diego, the Cabrillo National Monument is a large statue dedicated to the remembrance of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, a Portuguese explorer who, on behalf of Spai... Learn More
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    Cabwaylingo is an 8,123 acre state forest in southern Wayne County, West Virginia. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) played a large role in the early establishment of the state forest. The CCC was... Learn More
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    Cacapon Resort State Park was created during the Great Depression and opened on July 1, 1937. The park preserves and maintains over six thousand acres in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia is loca... Learn More
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    The Cache River, a muddy, vine-lined stream. It flows from southern Missouri through Arkansas before joining the White River and then finally the Mississippi River. The Cache River Bridge is a stee... Learn More
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    Cactus Hill is an archaeological site in southeastern Virginia, United States located on sand dunes above the Nottoway River about 45 miles south of Richmond. The site receives its name from the prick... Learn More
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    The Cactus Theater screened cowboy and Spanish language movies in the 1930s and 40s. Richard “Skinny” Pryor, a famous vaudeville performer, owned the theater. Cactus Pryor, his son, worked at the thea... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    Caddo Mounds State Historic Site is a prehistoric village and ceremonial center located on the original El Camino Real de los Tejas trail, dating before European exploration. The museum exhibits appro... Learn More
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    Located roughly 27 miles outside of the popular tourist town Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Cades Cove is one of the most visited destinations in the Great Smoky Mountains. The Great Smoky Mountain National P... Learn More
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    Built in 1940, Cadillac Hotel is one of Miami's classic hotels. Architect Roy F. France designed it in the Art Deco and Streamline Moderne styles. It was built to accommodate the influx of tourists in... Learn More
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    The Cadillac Palace Theatre is a testament to the elegance and grandeur of old theaters and movie palaces. The interior, which was inspired by the Palaces of Versailles and Fontainebleau, is filled w... Learn More
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    Cadillac Ranch, a public art installation composed of a line of Cadillacs buried nose-first in the ground, defies an easy explanation. It was created over thirty years ago as a collaboration between P... Learn More
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    In downtown Wilmington, Delaware stands the statue of Delaware’s most cherished patriot, Caesar Rodney. At almost midnight on July 1, 1776, Caesar Rodney was informed that he was needed in Congress re... Learn More
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    Caesar’s Palace is a prestigious Las Vegas Strip luxury hotel and casino, known for its opulence and grandiosity. Opened in 1966 by Jay Sarno, the hotel was made, architecturally as well as in functio... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Located at the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) headquarters, the CAF Airpower Museum seeks to display and educate the public about the airborne military history while also preserving World War II-era co... Learn More
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    Cafe au Go Go was a Greenwich Village night club, host to a multitude of music groups, folksinger, and comedians. Maybe the most famous scene, though, was the arrest of Lenny Bruce, an edgy stand-up c... Learn More
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    In 1927, a barber named Dominic Parisi opened Caffé Reggio at 119 McDougal Street in Greenwich Village. At its conception, it was actually a spot where Parisi would offer free cups of coffee to his cu... Learn More
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    The Cahokia Courthouse is one of the oldest known Courthouse buildings in the United States. Built during a unique transition stage of Illinois state history, the building is historically significant... Learn More
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    The Cahokian Mounds of southern Illinois remind visitors of an ancient civilization and the thriving city that once existed in its place, centuries before Europeans ever "discovered" the Americas. Sad... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Cahoon Museum of American Art features works by folk artists Ralph and Martha Cahoon, as well as 19th and 20th century pieces and contemporary American art. The museum is located in a historic hou... Learn More
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    Cain’s Ballroom has kept Tulsans on their toes and rocking steady for nearly a century. Learn More
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    This entry needs a specific address and date Cal Edwin Ripken Jr., as known as “The Ironman” was a professional baseball player from 1981-2001. He played all twenty-one seasons as a shortstop and th... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Built in 1873, this former jail is now the home of the Calaboose African American History Museum. The historic structure was the first jail in Hays County and later served a variety of different purpo... Learn More
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    Calder’s Flamingo is an abstract sculpture by Alexander Calder that was installed in its current location in 1974. Measuring more than 50 feet tall, it rests in the rectangular plaza boarded by three... Learn More

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