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    From its creation in 1980, the I.P. Stanback Museum and Planetarium has provided space to exhibit and interpret African and African-American art. The museum offers a variety of works from the past two... Learn More
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    Isaiah Thornton Montgomery, a former slave who helped found the town of Mound Bayou in 1887. Mound Bayou was one of the first all-black towns founded in the South after Reconstruction. Learn More
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    Built in 1921, this unique round structure was originally home to the flourishing Cedar Falls Ice and Fuel Company. It stored six to eight thousand tons of ice each year—cut right from the froz... Learn More
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    Known as the "Queen of the Great Lakes," the icebreaker ship, the Mackinaw, was built in Toledo, Ohio in 1944 to help keep shipping in the Great Lakes open during the winter. The need for iron ore, li... Learn More
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    Ichabod Crane Schoolhouse DRAFT - In Progress
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    Ida B. Wells (1862-1931) was a civil rights advocate, journalist, and suffragist. She lived in this house from 1919 to 1929. Arguably, her most famous incident occured in 1884 when Wells refused to si... Learn More
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    The Ida Tarbell House in Easton, Connecticut, is a farmhouse that was the home of muckraker journalist Ida Tarbell. She purchased the property in 1906 with proceeds from her two-volume book on the Sta... Learn More
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    Built in 2002, The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial is an outdoor educational park inspired by Anne Frank's faith in humanity. It is located on the grounds of The Wassmuth Center for Human Right... Learn More
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    Founded in 1995, The Idaho Black History Museum provides opportunity for educational enrichment and promotes the study of the contributions of Blacks in history. The museum serves as a venue for the e... Learn More
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    The Idaho Falls temple was the 10th temple constructed by the LDS/Mormon church since its organization on April 6th 1830. This was Idaho's first temple, with 4 others in Meridian, Boise, Twin Falls an... Learn More
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    Located right next to the Gowen Field Air National Guard Base, Idaho Military Museum has a variety of static displays and exhibits that preserve and share the military history of Idaho and the Idaho A... Learn More
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    The museum features displays about the state's mining heritage and also has an extensive collection of rocks, minerals, and gems from each region—from the mining districts of northern Idaho, the rocky... Learn More
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    The Idaho Museum of Natural History is home to permanent and special collections in Anthropology, Earth Sciences, and Life Sciences, a place where researchers pursue scholarly study of the collections... Learn More
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    Idaho is known as the potato capital of the world, an agricultural tradition that is celebrated by the Idaho Potato Museum. The museum is located in the former Short Line Railroad Depot, a historic ra... Learn More
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    In 1905, the Idaho legislature passed the bill authorizing construction of the Capitol building. The dome and central parts of the Capitol were built first, from 1905-1912. The wings (House/Senate cha... Learn More
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    Located in Boise, Idaho, The Idaho State Historical Museum is the state's official museum. The museum has a comprehensive collection of over 250,000 objects. In addition to preserving and displaying i... Learn More
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    This famous race kicks off the first Sunday of every March. The Iditarod sled dog race starts in Anchorage and ends at Nome. Each team consists of 12 to 16 dogs and their musher. The teams cover 1150... Learn More
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    The Iditarod Race is one of the great races in the world and this museum, located in the race's headquarters, celebrates its history. Photographs, trophies, memorabilia and other items are on display,... Learn More
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    Iglesia de San Pedro y San Pablo is significant for Hispanic Heritage as the communal gathering place for the communities of San Pedro and San Pablo. The 1933 church remains the location for ongoing... Learn More
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    The former Illinois Central Railroad Freight Depot played an integral role in Bloomington's development in the early 20th century. Illinois Central Railroad built it in 1906 and its purpose was solely... Learn More
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    The Illinois Holocaust Museum serves to honor "the memory of the millions who were murdered during the Holocaust, but it also salutes the courage and resilience of the survivors. They are the people w... Learn More
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    The Illinois Memorial Stadium, still stands today in working order as a reminder of the fallen alumni soldiers who died giving their lives for the freedom of others. It is home to the fighting Illini... Learn More
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    The Illinois Railway Museum has the most extensive physical plant of any rail museum in North America. This is a nonprofit organization managed by a board of directors. The exhibits in this museum hav... Learn More
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    Illinois School For Deaf is a school created for students with the hearing loss and is an important historical marker in Jacksonville. Take a closer look about what Illinois School for the Deaf is abo... Learn More
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    The Illinois School for the Visually Impaired (ISVI) was established in 1849. A school for students who are blind or visually impaired. Located in Jacksonville, ISVI provides accredited educational an... Learn More
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    The Illinois State Military Museum has many different exhibits from the different eras of the military. It is located in Springfield and is connected with the Illinois National Guard. It shows the his... Learn More
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    Want to go out and have some fun? Well come on down to Illinois Theatre in Jacksonville Illinois. We welcome everyone with a huge smile on our face and ready to give you a great experience at our thea... Learn More
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    Imagination Station is a science, technology and history museum located in a historic former U.S. Post Office and Federal Courthouse building. It was incorporated in 1988 and opened in 1992 after exte... Learn More
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    Located in Florham Park near the Passaic River, Imagine That!!! holds the proud role of being one of the premier children’s museums and play areas west of Newark. Throughout the museum’s 16,000-square... Learn More
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    Opened in 2006, the Imiloa Astronomy Center connects traditional Hawaiian culture with the study of astronomy, educating visitors about the science of space research and how native people saw their pl... Learn More
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    The Immaculata Seminary, opened in 1905, was once a select school for girls enrolled in elementary, secondary, and postgraduate programs. Though the seminary permanently closed in the 1970s, elements... Learn More
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    One of the most elegant of New Orleans' historic churches, Immaculate Conception Jesuit Church stands steps from the intersection of Baronne and Canal Streets. The church's original building was comp... Learn More
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    This beautiful church was built in 1911 in the Gothic Romanesque Revival style by a group of German-born settlers who arrived from Cincinnati, Ohio in 1877. The tower reaches a height of 125 feet, all... Learn More
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    The Immokalee Pioneer Museum is a large, 15 acre living history museum located on a former cattle ranch owned by the Roberts family. At its peak it was one of the largest ranches in southwest Florida.... Learn More
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    The Bay of Pigs was a botched attempt to overthrow Fidel Castro's communist government in Cuba. A CIA-sponsored paramilitary group, Brigade 2506, invaded on April 17, 1961. The 1300-man invasion resul... Learn More
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    For a half a century, the Imperial Calcasieu Museum has been southwest Louisiana's sole arts and cultural museum. Located in Lake Charles, the museum explores the history of and Calcasieu, Cameron, B... Learn More
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    The Imperial Centre for the Arts & Sciences is a large cultural center. Given its size (135,000 square feet of space) and the scope of its programs, it is one of the premier institutions on the easter... Learn More
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    Time Capsule-Historic Images and Recollections
    Although presently home to a parking lot, this was the location of one of the largest and most opulent hotels in the region. Constructed to house the National Surgical Institute after a fire destroyed... Learn More
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    This historic hotel was built from 1892-1894. Although construction began during a period of rapid growth, the hotel opened during a recession. By the turn of the century, a German immigrant and two-t... Learn More
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    Since 1972, the Impression 5 Science Center has been educating children and families in downtown Lansing. The Center gets more than 120,000 a year. The Science Center is an interactive space that enco... Learn More
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    This memorial honors Joseph Helton, a First Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force who volunteered to join his unit in Iraq. Helton passed away after his vehicle struck an improvised explosive device (IED)... Learn More
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    Ina Coolbrith Park is a hidden treasure in Russian Hill that offers spectacular views of the city and San Francisco Bay. In 1947 the park was dedicated to California's first Poet Laureate, Ina Donna... Learn More
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    There are numerous ghost towns to be found in Colorado, but few are as well preserved as Independence. Roughly sixteen miles east of Aspen, Independence boomed between its founding in 1879 and about 1... Learn More
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    Independence Hall is considered the birthplace of the United States. Both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were signed in this building. Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,... Learn More
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    Harry S. Truman graduated in 1901 as a member of the second graduating class from Independence High School. In addition to Harry S. Truman, other members of the graduating class included Charlie Ross,... Learn More
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    The Independence High School or, as it is well know as 'The Big I', was established in 1967. With a student body of a little over 2,000 students that puts it in the Southwestern 4-A Conference. With a... Learn More
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    Museums, Galleries and Archives
    From Native American inhabitants to the booming oil industry of the early 1900s, this local history museum offers exhibits throughout the 22-room former federal building and post office that now serve... Learn More
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    At its peak in the early 1940s Independence Mine was Alaska's second largest gold mine, after the one in Juneau. Today the site is now a state park and was added to the National Register of Historic P... Learn More
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    This visitors center, own and operated by the LDS church, sits on a portion of 63 acre lot known as the "Temple Lot". This land was purchased by the LDS church in 1831 after Joseph Smith, Jr. received... Learn More
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    Independence Park was established in 1924 and remains the oldest park in Charlotte. The park is home to the Argelger Memorial, a monument honoring Lilian Arhelger who drowned while saving a young woma... Learn More

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