St. Augustine Lighthouse

St. Augustine, Fl

The St. Augustine Lighthouse stands on the north end of Anastasia Island, Florida, within the vicinity of St Augustine to be precise. The construction of the current lighthouse ended in 1874 and is currently the property of the St Augustine Lighthouse and Museum, Inc. The building and nearby land are open to the public. All […]

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Gettysburg Battlefield

Gettysburg, PA

The Gettysburg Battlefield is sadly notorious for being one of the most haunted locations in the USA. The Battle of Gettysburg, which was undoubtedly a major turning point in the American Civil War, took place from the 1st until 3rd of July 1863. The former battleground where Americans fought Americans is known worldwide for its […]

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The Old Stone House 1890

The Old Stone House

Washington, DC

Built in 1765, The Old Stone House is the oldest standing structure in Washington D.C., and has been a part of our American history since the very beginning. It was built by Christopher Layman, and was constructed of stones from the surrounding region, local quarried rocks, as well ballast stones off of English sailing vessels […]

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Rolling Hills Asylum

Rolling Hills Asylum

East Bethany, NY

Rolling Hills Asylum is located in the small village of E. Bethany, NY. The very first name of the site was “The Genesee County Poor Farm”. It then became known as the Rolling Hills Asylum. The huge brick building of around 53,000 Square feet opened in January 1827. Its primary purpose was to accommodate a […]

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The General Wayne Inn

The General Wayne Inn

Merion Station, PA

Before becoming the General Wayne Inn, the tavern went through numerous different names including The Wayside Inn, The William Penn Inn, Tunis Ordinary, and Streepers Tavern. It is supposed to to be the oldest functioning inn in America. Its current name was given in 1793, after a famous figure called General Anthony Wayne, also known […]

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The Myrtles Plantation

St. Francisville, LA

The Myrtles Plantation, located in St Francisville, Louisiana is one of these historical southern mansions tied to the history of the region and the country. The Myrtles Plantation is officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a privately owned Bed and Breakfast and offers guided tours throughout the year. The antebellum […]

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The White House

Washington, DC

The White House is of course one of the most famous buildings and historical landmark in the world. The massive white mansion was built in 1792, and it has been the official residence to the president of the United States since 1800. The very first occupants were the Adams, John and Abigail. At the time, […]

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Castillo de San Marcos

St. Augustine, FL

The ancient town of St Augustine is America’s oldest City. St Augustine became a Spanish port between the years 1672 and 1695. The town attracted a lot of jealousy from other countries, more particularly the British, who saw the place as a strategic location. The masonry fort of St Augustine soon earned the reputation of […]

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