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Founders and frontiersmen; historic places commemorating early nationhood and the westward movement, 1783-1828.

Author: United States. National Park Service.
Publisher: Washington [For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] 1967 [i.e. 1968]
Series: National survey of historic sites and buildings, v. 7.
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United States. National Park Service.
Founders and frontiersmen.
Washington [For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] 1967 [i.e. 1968]
(OCoLC)560791182
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: United States. National Park Service.
OCLC Number: 184430
Description: xii, 410 p. illus., facsim., col. maps, ports. 25 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Founders and frontiersmen : historical background --
pt. 2. Founders and frontiersmen : survey of historic sites and buildings: A. Sites in the National park system: Horseshoe Bend National Military Park, Ala.; Natchez Trace Parkway, Ala.-Miss.-Tenn.; Fort Smith NAtional Historic Site, Ark.; The White House, D.C.; Fort Pulaski National Monument, Ga.; Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Ky.-Tenn.-Va.; Chalmette National Historical Park, La.; Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, Md.; Fort Washington, Md; Adams National Historic SIte, Mass.; Salem Maritime National Historic Site, Mass.; Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, Mo.; Castle Clinton National Monument, N.Y.; Federal Hall National Memorial, N.Y.; Hamilton Grange National Monument (authorized), N.Y.; Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial National Monument, Ohio; Fort Necessity National Battlefield, Pa.; Independence National Historical Park, Pa.; Fort Sumter National Monument, S.C.; Custis-Lee Mansion, Va.; George Washington Birthplace National Monument, Va.; Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, W. Va.-Md. ; B. National historic sites in non-federal ownership: Chicago Portage National Historic Site, Ill. ; C. Sites eligible for the Registry of National Historic Landmarks: Fort Morgan (Fort Boyer Site), Ala.; Fort Toulouse (Fort Jackson), Ala.; Old State House, Conn.; City Hall (District Court House), D.C.; Decatur House, D.C.; Octagon House, D.C.; St. John's Episcopal Church, D.C.; Tudor Place, D.C.; United States Capitol, D.C.; Fort San Carlos de Barrancas, Fla.; Plaza Ferdinand VII, Fla.; Grouseland, Ind.; Joseph Bailly Homestead, Ind.; Tippecanoe Battlefield, Ind.; Fort Leavenworth, Kans.; Ashland, Ky.; Fort Jessup, La.; Jackson Square, La.; The Cabildo, La.; Casselman Bridge, National Road, Md.; Maryland State House, Md.; U.S.S. Constellation, Md.; Boston Naval Shipyard, Mass.; John Adams Birthplace, Mass.; John Quincy Adams Birthplace, Mass.; Massachusetts State House, Mass.; Springfield Armory, Mass.; U.S.S. Constitution, Mass.; Mackinac Island, Mich.; Fort Snelling, Minn.; Fort Osage, Mo. ; Fort Atkinson, Nebr.; City Hall, N.Y.; Erie Canal (remains), N.Y.; Fort Stanwix, N.Y.; Holland Land Office, N.Y.; Plattsburgh (Cumberland) Bay, N.Y.; United States Military Academy, N.Y.; Watervliet Arsenal, N.Y.; Reed Gold Mine, N.C.; Beginning of the U.S. Public Land Survey, Ohio-Pa.; Fallen Timbers Battlefield, Ohio; S-Bridge, National Road, Ohio; Fort Gibson, Okla.; Forks of the Ohio, Pa.; Friendship Hill, Pa.; Fort Hill, S.C.; Blount Mansion, Tenn.; The Hemitage, Tenn.; Fort Monroe, Va.; Gunston Hall, Va.; John Marshall House, Va.; Monticello, Va.; Montpelier, Va.; Mount Vernon, Va.; Oak Hill, Va.; Prairie du Chien, Wis. ; D. Historic districts eligible for the registry of National Historic Landmarks: Vieux Carré, La.; Colonial Annapolis, Md. ; E. Other sites considered: Fort Confederation (Fort Tombigbee), Ala.; Fort Mims Site, Ala.; McGillivray Plantation Site, Ala.; Boundary Stones, D.C.; Commandant's House, U.S. Marine Barracks, D.C.; Dolley Madison House, D.C.; Dumbarton House, D.C.; Dumbarton Oaks, D.C.; Navy Yard, D.C.; Panton, Leslie and Company Warehouse Site, Fla.; San Marcos de Apalache (Fort St. Marks), Fla.; Fort Hawkins Site, Ga.; William H. Crawford Home Site, Ga.; Fort Harrison Site, Ind.; Fort Knox Site, Ind. ; Fort Wayne, Ind, ; William Whitley House (Sportsman's Hill), Ky.; Los Adaes, La.; Fort Cumberland Site (lost site), Md.; Gore Place, Mass.; Fort Shelby Site, Mich.; Ellicott's Hill, Miss.; Fort Nogales Site, Miss.; Nathan Boone's Home, Mo.; Daniel Webster Birthplace, N.H.; Castle Williams, N.Y.; Fort Hamilton, N.Y.; Fort Jay, N.Y.; Fort Ontario, N.Y.; John Jay House, N.Y.; Sackets Harbor, N.Y.; Fort Amanda Site, Ohio; Fort Meigs Site, Ohio; Fort Miami Site, Ohio; Fort Recovery, Ohio; Greenville Treaty Site, Ohio; Marietta, Ohio ; Fort Towson Site, Okla. ; Daniel Boone Homestead, Pa.; Flagship Niagara Replica, Pa.; S-Bridge, National Road, Pa.; Rocky Mount, Tenn.; Aquia Creek Quarries, Va.; Ash Lawn, Va.; Fort Norfolk, Va.; James Monroe Law Office, Va.; Shadwell, Va.; Woodlawn Plantation, Va.; Blennerhassett Island, W. Va.
Series Title: National survey of historic sites and buildings, v. 7.

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