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Fredericksburg, Virginia
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Fredericksburg, Virginia
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Fallsington, Pennsylvania
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Newport News, Virginia
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Chicago, Illinois
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Lincolnwood, Illinois
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Gaithersburg, Maryland
Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Science, Specialized
In partnership with the Gaithersburg Historical Association, the City of Gaithersburg collects and displays photographs, documents, and other historic articles that tell the story of Gaithersburg and present that story in an interesting and interpretive manner. Tours, programs, local history publications, rentals, genealogical and other research opportunities, and much more are all waiting for you and your family at the Gaithersburg Community Museum.
Sykesville, Maryland
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Community museum preversing the history of Sykesville and the surronding areas. Rotating exhibits, educational programs offered monthly, hands-on exhibits.
Baltimore, Maryland
Art, Culture, General, History, Specialized
Geppi's Entertainment Museum (GEM) is a journey through 250 years of American pop culture, located in historic Camden Station at Camden Yards in Baltimore Maryland, just a few blocks from the city's famed Inner Harbor.
Cumberland, Maryland
Botanical Garden, Children's, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Gordon-Roberts House was built on lot #60 of the Town of Cumberland as laid out by Thomas Beall of Samuel, who was offered at public sale, February 1812. The highest bidder was Beal Howard who paid $16.62 for the lot, plus $1.00 per year for ground rent. Beal Howard sold this land to Daniel Carroll Brent of Stafford County, Virginia. William Brent was the next owner by inheritance.
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