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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    The Charles Q. Clapp Block, more colloquially known as the Hay Building, is an iconic “flat iron” style building in downtown Portland, Maine. It was constructed in 1826, having been designed by renow... Learn More
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    In Henry Louis Mencken's words: "I have lived in one house in Baltimore for nearly 45 years. It has changed in that time, as I have - but somehow it still remains the same…. It is as much a part of me... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Located in Oswego, New York, the H. Lee White Marine Museum is dedicated to preserving the maritime history of Oswego. Founded in 1982 by local historian and professor Rosemary Sinnett Nesbitt, its ex... Learn More
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    H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans Museum of Texas DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    In the middle of Huntsville’s historical and political influence on the Texas culture, lies the H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans Museum of Texas, which is a nonprofit history museum consisting of memorabilia... Learn More
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    This historical photography studio belonged to Henry Hamilton Bennett, one of the best 19th century landscape photographers in the nation. Bennett is known as "the man who made Wisconsin Dells famous"... Learn More
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    Dr. Henry H. Holmes was a philanthropist in Chicago during the late 1800's. He worked as a pharmacist until he took over the business and became owner. He bought a plot of land across from his drugsto... Learn More
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    H.H. Waite Planing Mill DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    Resource No. 61, Pioneer False Front established in 1883 by H. H. Waite, a prominent and popular businessman in the City. Property was later sold to Lee R. Parsons, a descendent of a Portola Expeditio... Learn More
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    The Hamel home was built in 1920 by Henry Jacob Hamel and his wife, Lida. Hamel was the son of a German immigrant to the area, Henry Hartman Hamel, who became a prominent early citizen of Davisville. Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The H.L. Hunley was the first successful submarine. It was created by the Confederates during the Civil War in Mobile, Alabama, however it was moved to Charleston SC in order to be used against Union... Learn More
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    Named for Harold Leonard Trigg, President of Elizabeth City State Teachers College (1939-45), the Trigg Building was built in 1939 in a Colonial Revival style and expanded in 195/69. It has served mul... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art, as the name indicates, showcases art created by Indiana artists. It is located in a mansion that was, interestingly, built for the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair a... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    The Haas-Lilienthal House was designed by Peter R. Schmidt in 1886 and is the only private home built in the city in this period that is open to the public as a house museum, complete with authentic... Learn More
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    This stainless steel structure was produced by Everdt Hilgemann in 2014 and first came to Chicago in 2016 as part of ExpoChicago. It stands 20 feet high and 6.5 feet wide on Lake Shore Drive. Prior to... Learn More
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    Hacker’s Creek Pioneer Descendants Inc. is a non-profit, local history and genealogical organization in Lewis County, West Virginia. Founded in 1982, the organization is dedicated to preserving the hi... Learn More
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    This site includes two historic houses and a carriage barn, each featuring the Queen Anne style of design that was so popular in the late nineteenth century. The homes were built by Muskegon's famous... Learn More
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    Hackley Park was dedicated in 1900 and was a gift from local philanthropist and lumber baron Charles Hackley to the residents of Muskegon. Hackley began acquiring this land beginning in 1890. He also... Learn More
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    Dedicated in 1890, the Hackley Public Library was the first gift to the city of Muskegon from philanthropist Charles H. Hackley. Since then, it has become one of Muskegon's most notable landmarks and... Learn More
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    Host to special annual events and concerts, and the occasional private gathering, the amphitheater seats up to 2,500 people with lovely views of the river and downtown Charleston. Boaters can dock at... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Located next to the Hadley Town Hall in a restored 1782 barn, the Hadley Farm Museum features agricultural vehicles and equipment used on New England farms and within their farmhouses from the late 17... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology is a teaching museum at Brown University. The museum has a mission to inspire creative and critical thinking about culture by fostering interdisciplinary under... Learn More
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    Hageman Sanitarium DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    Resource No. 127, Neo-Colonial with Queen Anne influence built for J. C. Waterbury around 1895 and served as a sanitarium until 1912. Waterbury was a machinist and his wife was a nurse and superintend... Learn More
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    Located in Washington County, Maryland, Antietam Station was built by the Norfolk and Western Railroad in 1911. After Antietam Campaign in 1862, thousands of veteran and families passed through the st... Learn More
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    Also known as the Aberdeen Historic District, the Hagerty & Lloyd district (also known as an "addition") is the city's most famous district. Constituting of Third Ave SE, 6th Ave SE and bordered by Ja... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Haggin Museum is a both a local history museum and world-class art museum. Built in 1928, it features 34,000 square feet of exhibit space for permanent and temporary exhibits. The history portion... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Opened in 1957, the Hagley Museum and Library features history from the early years of the du Pont family and the Hagley corporation. The museum contains demonstrations and exhibits that show the conn... Learn More
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    The Haile Homestead, now a museum, is a historic former cotton plantation in Gainesville, Florida. The house on the property was built in 1856 by Thomas Evans and Serena Chestnut Haile. The plantation... Learn More
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    Haili Church is the largest surviving wood-framed church built during the missionary period in Hawaii. It was built in 1854 on a stone foundation. The architecture is Greek Revival, a style brought ov... Learn More
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    Oranges have been in Florida since the first Spanish settlers brought orange seeds to St. Augustine in 1513. Haines City Citrus Growers started their production in citrus grove in 1909. Haines City Ci... Learn More
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    The Hair Conrad Cabin is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places as well as on the Trail of Tears. Located in Bradley County, Tennessee, the Hair Conrad Cabin is known as the oldest residenti... Learn More
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    This Savannah monument was dedicated in 2009 and commemorates the actions of five hundred Haitian soldiers who fought on behalf of the colonial patriots in the American Revolution and defended the cit... Learn More
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    Established in 1915, the Hakone Estate and Gardens showcases traditional Japanese architecture and landscaping in a historic setting. Hakone also offers cultural activities, classes, and events, inclu... Learn More
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    Hal Greer Boulevard DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    Harold Everett Greer is an African American Basketball player at Marshall University who then became professional. He played at Marshall from 1955-1958 before getting drafted by the Syracuse Nationals... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Hal Marcus Gallery is owned & operated by local artist, Hal Marcus and his wife, (Gallery Director) Patricia Medici and (Gallery Manager) Kelly Foss. The ever-changing exhibit gallery affords visi... Learn More
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    Halbouty Geosciences Building DRAFT - Submitted for Review
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    Built in 1932, the Halbouty Geosciences building is home to the department of Geology and Geophysics at Texas A&M University. It is dedicated in remembrance of Michel. T. Halbouty a former student of... Learn More
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    Halcyon House is a historic home located in the Georgetown area of Washington, DC. Built in 1787 by Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Stoddert, the Halcyon House sports a Federal-era-styled architecture,... Learn More
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    Located in the heart of the historic Locus Grove area, on what was part of the over 440-acre land warrant given by the William Penn Family to John Galbraith Jr., the Haldeman Mansion stands as a windo... Learn More
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    The Western Reserve Historical Society operated Hale Farm and Village as an outdoor living history museum. Visitors can tour the village, see animals, and experience life as it was in the mid-1800s. T... Learn More
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    Hale Pa'ahao (translated to "stuck-in-irons") prison was built in 1853. The 1850s was the height of the whaling period and Lahaina saw a large influx of sailors who often became rowdy and committed of... Learn More
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    Historic Sites, Monuments, Landmarks, and Public Art
    Translated in English as the "house of printing," Hale Pa'i holds great significance in modern Hawaiian history. Operating as a museum today, it was in this building beginning in the mid-1830s that ma... Learn More
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    Haleakalā National Park DRAFT - In Progress
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    Haleakalā National Park is on the Hawaiian island of Maui. It’s home to the dormant Haleakalā Volcano and endangered Hawaiian geese. The Leleiwi and Kalahaku overlooks on the steep Crater Road have vi... Learn More
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    The Halfmoon Reef lighthouse, built in 1858, once signaled safe passage to mariners sailing into Matagorda Bay from the Gulf of Mexico. It weathered a century of storms until 1942 when a hurricane col... Learn More
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    This state historic site is located in Halifax, a town known as "The Birthplace of Freedom" owing to the Halifax Resolves of 1776--the first official action by residents of a British Colony declaring... Learn More
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    The Hall of Fame for Great Americans is an outdoor sculpture gallery, located on the grounds of Bronx Community College in Bronx, New York City. The hall of fame was founded in 1900 to honor the great... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    The Hall of Flame Fire Museum has almost an acre of fire history exhibits with over 90 fully restored pieces of fire apparatus on display dating from 1725 to 1969. Most of the equipment is from the Un... Learn More
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    Halle Brothers Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, commonly referred to as Halle's, is a defunct department store chain. During most of its 91-year history Halle's focused on higher-end merchandise which it combi... Learn More
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    Built in 1917/1918, the Hallidie Building sits in the heart of the Financial District in San Francisco. The building is sometimes credited as the first one in the US to feature a glass curtain wall, h... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    Founded in 1998, this museum is located across the street from Williamette University in Salem, Oregon. This formal museum has its roots in the creation of the University, which was established by Met... Learn More
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    Halliehurst was built in 1890 by Senator Stephen B. Elkins, the co-founder of Elkins and Davis and Elkins College. The summer home is named after Stephen B. Elkins' wife, Hallie Davis Elkins, and was... Learn More
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    From 1870-1929, this school served African-American children. It was later converted to a private residence and is today owned by a non-profit organization that hopes to use the facility for education... Learn More
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    Located next to the Halltown Colored Free School, this Sunday school was built in 1901. It served both the local black community and a local African-American non-denominational congregation until 1967... Learn More

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