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America’s National  

Wikipedia

Historical Buildings   By Kathryn Black 


A is for The Home of Henry  Adams ​ Image taken from About FamousPeople   

               

   

Henry Adams  Was John Quincy Adams  Grandfather.  ​


B is for John Adams Birthplace 

  John Adams was our  2nd President  Image taken from Wikipedia​


C is for The Caleb Pusey House 

This is the second oldest house in Pennsylvania  Image taken from Old House online​


D is for The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow        

Wikimedia Commons 

        This is featured in the famous  legend of Sleepy Hollow 


E is for The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon     image taken from Haunted Travels USA   

This was owned by the British  during the Revolutionary War.      


F is for Farmar Mill     Image taken from: Mill Pictures 

Farmar Mill was built by Edward Farmar in 1690     


G is for Gloria Dei Church

https://americaincontext.com/2010/11/21/gloria-dei-church-national-historic-site-philadelphia-pennsylvania/?vm=r    

Gloria Dei is the second oldest church in the U.S.A   


H is for The Henry Whitfield House 

This house was built right  before the town of Guilford  settled.     


I is for The Old Indian Meeting House   

This is the oldest house on  Cape Cod.   


J is for Jamestown Church    

This Church was built 2 different times.   


K is for Kalamazoo River Railroad Bridge 

image taken from historicbridges.com

This is a pony truss bridge.          


L is for the Louisville Water Tower

http://www.bluffton.edu/homepages/facstaff/sullivanm/kentucky/louisville/watertower/watertower.html?vm=r  

Oldest water tower in the world 


M is for Massachusetts Hall

  Oldest building at Harvard     


N is for The First National Bank 

Image taken from flicker.com

First Bank to open in the Mississippi Territory.       


O is for Oates-Reynolds Memorial Building 

www.hmdb.org

Opened in 1898          


P is for The Peterson House  

www.eiu.edu

     

This is the place where President Lincoln died after  being shot at Ford's Theater 


Q is for The Queen City Pool and Pool House 

Wikimedia.org  

Operated from 1943 through 1989  ​


R is for the Paul Revere House 

reveloutionarywar and beyond.com  

This is the home of the famous Paul Revere, which you  might know from his famous  Midnight Ride.     


S is for St. Paul's Church

the red list. Com

Nicknamed “the little chapel that stood”.            


T is for The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company 

fasab.wordpress.com

This business has ran for over 156 years.       


U is for USS Utah BB-31

wikiwand.com

This boat was used during the Mexican Revolution.        

 


V is   for Saratoga Victory Mills 

saratogacounty.org

This village was founded in 1849.           


W is for William Penn Guest House 

bbonline.com

Oldest building in New Castle            


X is for St. Francis XavierChurch

commons.wikimedia.org

Added to the register July 3rd 1991.     


Y is for the Institute for Colored Youth 

Pintrest.com

This is the oldest african american school in PA           


Z is for the Cincinnati Zoo Historic Structures 

Flikcer.com

This is the Second Oldest Zoo in the USA.     


Summary

This is a list of National Historical Buildings around the United States. These buildings all 

have 1 thing in common.​ T ​ hese buildings are all listed on the National Register of Historic  Places. All of these buildings have some sort  of history wrapped inside their walls, ranging  from Henry Adams to The Zoo of Cincinnati.  

         

Kathryn black unit 2 lesson 7 american places (5)  

This is a list of National Historical Buildings around the United States. These buildings all have 1 thing in common. These buildings are a...

Kathryn black unit 2 lesson 7 american places (5)  

This is a list of National Historical Buildings around the United States. These buildings all have 1 thing in common. These buildings are a...

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