Homes, Historical Sites, and Monuments of and to Famous People
Learn about the beautiful Mansion house owned by the Ridgely family of Baltimore County, Maryland
Learn all about the former home owned by the Washington family and the residence of Robert E. Lee!
Considered by many as the most beautiful bridge in Washington, D.C., that symbolically links the North and the South!
Learn about this interesting structure as well as the Headquarters of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Here you can learn all about the home that Douglass purchased during a time when black's were forbidden to own homes!!
Learn the history of one of America's most beautiful memorials situated in Washington's Tidal Basin among the famous cherry trees!
Probably the greatest memorial in America!
Learn all about the home to America's rare and most beloved documents and more, built over a creek!
Here you can learn about the first governmental building that took 33 years to complete!
The greatest tribute to out country's first President, it sat idle for 27 years before it was completed!
The symbol of the American presidency and the nation’s power; the home to our country’s Presidents, First-Ladies and their families.
Located near the Tidal Basin, this memorial honors our 32nd President.
Here you can see and learn all about the famous monument dedicated to President's George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt.
Have you ever heard of Harvey Ladew? Take a look at his colorful life, his mansion, and his famous Topiary Gardens.
Visit the home of John Wilkes Booth, as well as that of his parents and family.
Learn and see all about this famous lighthouse and its light keeper, John O'Neill, who saved the city of Havre de Grace, Maryland during the War of 1812 from the British.
Learn all about Maryland's State House, which is the oldest State House in the United States in continuous legislative use, and it's connection to George Washington, the Articles of Confederation, and the Treaty of Paris.
Learn all about the fabulous statue in Massachusetts dedicated to the fishermen who gave their lives on the sea.
Learn all about the most beautiful house in the United States and the home of Thomas Jefferson.
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