Historic Shrines of America: Being the Story of One Hundred and Twenty Historic Buildings and the Pioneers Who Made Them Notable [NOOK Book]

Historic Shrines of America: Being the Story of One Hundred and Twenty Historic Buildings and the Pioneers Who Made Them Notable

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In the Land of the Pilgrims
1. The Old State House, Boston
2. Paul Revere’s House, Boston
3. Faneuil Hall, Boston
4. Three Historic Churches of Boston”
5. Elmwood, Cambridge
6. The Craigie House, Cambridge
7. The Adams Houses, Quincy
8. The Quincy Mansion, Quincy
9. Fernside Farm, Haverhill
10. The Duston Garrison House, Haverhill
11. The Old Manse and the Wayside, Concord
12. The Royall House, Medford
13. Broadhearth and the Bennet-Boardman House, Saugus
14. The Colonel Jeremiah Lee House, Marblehead
15. The Old South Church, Newburyport
16. The First Baptist Church, Providence, Rhode Island
Where Patroons and Knickerbockers Flourished
17. The Morris-Jumel Mansion, New York City
18. The Philipse Manor House, Yonkers, New York
19. St. Paul’s Chapel, New York City
20. Fraunces’ Tavern, New York City
21. The Grange, New York City
22. The Van Cortlandt House, New York City
23. The Hasbrouck House, Newburgh, New York
Across the Jerseys with the Patriots
24. The Franklin Palace, Perth Amboy, New Jersey
25. The Church at Caldwell, New Jersey
26. Old Tennent Church, Freehold, New Jersey
27. The Ford Mansion, Morristown, New Jersey
28. Nassau Hall, Princeton, New Jersey
29. Three Historic Houses at Princeton, New Jersey
30. The Springfield Meeting House, New Jersey
Rambles about the City of Brotherly Love
31. The Letitia Penn House, Philadelphia
32. Carpenters’ Hall, Philadelphia
33. St. Peter’s Church, Philadelphia
34. Cliveden, Germantown, Philadelphia
35. Old Pine Street Church, Philadelphia
36. Independence Hall, Philadelphia
37. The David Rittenhouse Home, Near Philadelphia
38. The Headquarters at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania
39. Three Headquarters of Washington
40. Sweetbrier-On-The-Schuylkill, Philadelphia
41. Mill Grove and Fatlands, Near Philadelphia
42. Waynesborough, Near Paoli, Pennsylvania
43. The Moravian Church, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Over the Mason and Dixon Line
44. Historic Landmarks at New Castle, Delaware
45. The Ridgely House, Dover, Delaware
46. Rehoboth Church on the Pocomoke, Maryland
47. Doughoregan Manor, Near Ellicott City, Maryland
48. The Upton Scott House, Annapolis, Maryland
49. The Capitol at Washington
50. The White House, Washington
51. The Octagon House, Washington
Homes and Haunts of the Cavaliers
52. Mount Vernon, Virginia
53. Arlington, Virginia
54. Christ Church, Alexandria, Virginia
55. The Mary Washington House, Fredericksburg, Virginia
56. Greenway and Sherwood Forest, Virginia
57. Two Historic Courthouses of Virginia
58. St. John’s Church, Richmond
59. The Nelson House and the Moore House, Yorktown, Virginia
60. The John Marshall House, Richmond, Virginia
61. Five Old Houses of Tidewater, Virginia
62. Gunston Hall, Virginia
63. The Washington College Building, Lexington, Virginia
64. Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburg, Virginia
65. William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Virginia
66. The Monumental Church, Richmond, Virginia
67. Montpelier, Orange County, Virginia
68. Oak Hill, Loudoun County, Virginia
69. Red Hill, Charlotte County, Virginia
70. Pohick Church, Truro Parish, Virginia
71. Mount Airy, Richmond County, Virginia
72. Two of Virginia’s Oldest Church Buildings
73. Monticello, Near Charlottesville, Virginia
74. The University of Virginia at Charlottesville
Through the Sunny South
75. Three Old Churches In Charleston, South Carolina
76. The House of Rebecca Motte, Charleston, South Carolina
77. The Independent Church, Savannah, Georgia
78. The Cabildo of New Orleans
79. The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas
80. The Hermitage, Nashville, Tennessee
81. Ashland, Lexington, Kentucky
82. Sportsman’s Hall, Whitley’s Station, Kentucky
83. White Haven, Near St. Louis, Missouri
All the Way Back to New England
84. The Abraham Lincoln House, Springfield, Illinois
85. The Governor’s Palace at Vincennes, Indiana
86. The House of General Rufus Putnam, Marietta, Ohio
87. Monument Place, Elm Grove, West Virginia
88. The Castle at Fort Niagara, New York
89. The Schuyler Mansion, Albany, New York
90. The Wentworth House, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
91. The Wadsworth Longfellow House, Portland, Maine
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013925908
  • Publisher: Denise Henry
  • Publication date: 3/7/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 315 KB

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