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First Presbyterian (Christian County, Kentucky)
First Presbyterian Church Historic Marker (Winston County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History Marker on S Columbus Ave in Louisville, MS
First Race Course (Fayette County, Kentucky)
First Rural Zoning Ordinance (Oneida County, Wisconsin)
Wisconsin Historic Marker for the First Rural Zoning Ordinance
First School House of Cedar Rapids Historical Marker (Linn County, Iowa)
Plaque on the side of the Palmer Building.
First State Normal School (Grant County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker commemorating the first normal school in Wisconsin
First State Office Building (Harrison County, Indiana)
First United Methodist Church (Kenton County, Kentucky)
Fleming County (Fleming County, Kentucky)
Ford House Historic Marker (Marion County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi Historic Marker at Hwy 98 and Hwy 35 in Columbia, MS
Forrest Reconnoitered (Crittenden County, Kentucky)
Fort Beeler (Marshall County, West Virginia)
Fort Buffington (Cherokee County, Georgia)
Frank Duveneck (1848-1919) (Kenton County, Kentucky)
Franklin Parish (Franklin Parish, Louisiana)
A Louisiana History Marker in Winnsboro, Louisiana
Frontier Justice (Webster County, Kentucky)
First Serial Killers in America
Future Farmers of America Log Cabin (Fulton County, Georgia)
Gen. Hood Birthplace (Bath County, Kentucky)
General Lafayette (Walker County, Georgia)
General McCausland (Mason County, West Virginia)
Georgia Military Institute (Cobb County, Georgia)
Ghent (Carroll County, Kentucky)
Gov. Simeon Willis (1879-1965) (Boyd County, Kentucky)
Governor from Warsaw (Gallatin County, Kentucky)
Governor Rusk (Vernon County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker commemorating Wisconsin's colorful Governor Rusk
Governor's Headquarters (Harrison County, Indiana)
Grace United Church of Christ (Kenton County, Kentucky)
Graceville Historical Marker (Big Stone County, Minnesota)
Grant House (Kenton County, Kentucky)
Grant's Lick (Campbell County, Kentucky)
Great River Tragedy (Gallatin County, Kentucky)
Greenup "Town Fathers" (Greenup County, Kentucky)
Guerrilla Quantrill (Spencer County, Kentucky)
Ham Brown Log Cabin (Nelson County, Kentucky)
Hamill Spring Historic Marker (Winston County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History Marker on Hwy 25 north of Louisville, MS
Hammond Junior College (Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana)
Historic marker on Hwy 190 in Hammond, LA
Harrison County (Harrison County, Indiana)
Harrisville (Ritchie County, West Virginia)
Haven Gillespie (1888-1975) (Kenton County, Kentucky)
Hazelhurst (Copiah County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History Marker in front of the Copiah County Courthouse in Hazelhurst, MS
Hdqrs. CSA Commander (Christian County, Kentucky)
Hemingray Glass Company (Delaware County, Indiana)
Location of Hemingray Office Buildings & Factory
Hemp in Mason County (Mason County, Kentucky)
Henry Everett Engle (Barbour County, West Virginia)
Herbert O. Kubly Marker (Green County, Wisconsin)
Brief biography of Herbert Kubly, author, playwright and New Glarus native.
Hic A Sha Ba Ha Spring (Oktibbeha County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History Marker in Starkville, Mississippi
Highland United Methodist Church (Campbell County, Kentucky)
Highway Marking Marker (Jefferson County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker Commemorating Highway Marking
Historic Educational Site (Caldwell County, Kentucky)
Historic Land (Fayette County, Kentucky)
Historic Redwine (Hall County, Georgia)
History of Fayette (Fayette County, Alabama)
A Alabama History Marker in Fayette, AL
History of Prairie du Chien (Crawford County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker with the History of Prairie du Chien
Holmes High School (Kenton County, Kentucky)
Home of Gov. Fields (Carter County, Kentucky)
Hon. Henry Stanbery (Campbell County, Kentucky)
Hoover Historic Site State Historical Marker (Johnson County, Iowa)
When heading east on I-80, located at a rest area just west of Tiffin, Iowa
Hotel Latham (Christian County, Kentucky)
Hovey Cuts A Road (Tensas Parish, Louisiana)
A Louisian History Marker on Hwy 65
Howlin Wolf (Clay County, Mississippi)
Mississippi Blues Trail Marker on E Broad St
Hundred (Wetzel County, West Virginia)
Hurricane Furnace (Crittenden County, Kentucky)
Independence (Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana)
Historic marker on US Hwy 51 in Independance, LA
Indian Raid (Marion County, West Virginia)
Indian Trading Post Historic Marker (Hinds County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History Marker on E Northside Dr
Indian Village Achuse (Baldwin County, Alabama)
Irvine (Estill County, Kentucky)
J.B. Lenoir Blues Trail Marker (Lawrence County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi Historic Marker on Broad St in Monticello, MS
Jackson (East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana)
History Marker in Jackson, Louisiana
James Cemetery (Jackson County, Ohio)
James J. Andrews (Fleming County, Kentucky)
James Oliver Eastland (Scott County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History Marker in the Eastern Cemetery, Forest, MS
James Tandy Ellis (Carroll County, Kentucky)
Jessie Mae Hemphill (Tate County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi Blues Trail Marker in Senatobia, MS
John F. Day (1913-1982) (Fleming County, Kentucky)
John Fry (Casey County, Kentucky)
John Gregg Fee (1816-1901) (Bracken County, Kentucky)
John Hunt Morgan Escape Route (Boone County, Kentucky)
John J. Crittenden house (Franklin County, Kentucky)
John Muir...The Woodcutter (Mariposa County, California)
Display about John Muir's activities in Yosemite
John Waller (1758-1823) (Pendleton County, Kentucky)
John Wesley Powell (1834-1902) (Jackson County, Ohio)
Johnston Birthplace (Mason County, Kentucky)
Joseph Desha (1768-1842) (Mason County, Kentucky)
Kanawha Trail (Jackson County, Ohio)
Keeweenaw Rocket Range (Keweenaw County, Michigan)
Remote rocket launch site. 4WD required to access.
Kenton Ambushes Indians (Bracken County, Kentucky)
Kenton Furnace (Campbell County, Kentucky)
Kissel Motor Car Company (Washington County, Wisconsin)
Historic Marker Commemorating the Manufacture of the Kissel Automobile
L & N Bridge in Civil War (Bullitt County, Kentucky)
Laona School Forest (Forest County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker of the Laona School Forest and site of a CCC Camp
Laura Ingalls Wilder (Pepin County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker commemorating Laura Ingalls Wilder
Leavenworth (Crawford County, Indiana)
Leitch's Station (Campbell County, Kentucky)
Lewis & Clark in Kentucky (Christian County, Kentucky)
Lewis and Clark Salt Cairn (Clatsop County, Oregon)
Liberty Hill (Los Angeles County, California)
California State Historical Landmark about labor right for dock workers.
Licking Furnace (Campbell County, Kentucky)
Lincoln Family Trail (Breckinridge County, Kentucky)
Lincoln Highway "Malta" Seedling Mile (De Kalb County, Illinois)
First Lincoln Highway seedling mile.
Lochry's Defeat (Ohio County, Indiana)
Loranger High School Historic Marker (Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana)
A Louisian History Marker in Loranger, Louisiana
Major John P. Gaines (Boone County, Kentucky)
Major League Baseball (Kenton County, Kentucky)
Male and Female School Site (Adair County, Kentucky)
Mannington/Flaggy Meadow (Marion County, West Virginia)
Marengo Academy (Crawford County, Indiana)
Mariner's Mile (Orange County, California)
Brief history of the Mariner's Mile stretch of PCH in Newport Beach.
Marshall Plane Crash Site (Wayne County, West Virginia)
Martha Louise Morrow Foxx (Rankin County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi Historical Marker at Piney Woods School
Mary Boone Ryan (Campbell County, Kentucky)
Mary Elliott Flanery (Boyd County, Kentucky)
Mary Ingles (Campbell County, Kentucky)
Mason County Spy Company (Mason County, Kentucky)
Mason County, 1788 (Mason County, Kentucky)
Masterful Retreat (Elliott County, Kentucky)
Maysville Road (Mason County, Kentucky)
McGilvray Road Marker (La Crosse County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker at the McGilvray "Seven Bridges Road" Trailhead
Meadowcroft Rockshelter (Washington County, Pennsylvania)
Medgar Evers (Newton County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History Marker in Decatur, Mississippi
Merrill, William, Memorial (Cumberland County, Maine)
Michael Cassidy (1755-1829) (Fleming County, Kentucky)
Mile Marker (Belmont County, Ohio)
Milestone on the King's Highway (Cumberland County, Maine)
Milsaps College (Hinds County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History Marker in Jackson, MS
Moneta J. Sleet, Jr. (1926-1996) (Daviess County, Kentucky)
Morgan's Last Raid (Robertson County, Kentucky)
Morgan's Last Raid (Mason County, Kentucky)
Morgan's Raid In Jackson (Jackson County, Ohio)
Morgan-on to Ohio (Bullitt County, Kentucky)
Morgans Raid Marker 12 (Scott County, Indiana)
A night in the Hotel
Mrs. Annie Coleman Peyton (Copiah County, Mississippi)
Mt. Solomon Lutheran Church (Harrison County, Indiana)
Mt. Vernon Walnut (Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana)
A historic marker on W Charles St in Hammond, LA
Natchez City Cemetery (Adams County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History marker at the entrance to the cemetery
New Albany Tornado (Floyd County, Indiana)
Historical marker describing the Tornado in 1917
New Glarus (Green County, Wisconsin)
Official Wisconsin Historical Marker of the History of New Glarus
New Madrid (New Madrid County, Missouri)
New Madrid Earthquake Historical Marker (Fulton County, Kentucky)
New Market (Highland County, Ohio)
New Richmond Cyclone (St. Croix County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker commemorating the cyclone of 1899 that virtually destroyed the city
Newport Barracks (Campbell County, Kentucky)
Newport-War of 1812 (Campbell County, Kentucky)
Nobles Pond (Stark County, Ohio)
Noel House (Hinds County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History Marker in Jackson, MS
Northern Highland (Forest County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker (a geologic marker, really) marking the highest point in Forest County
Norton Furnace (Boyd County, Kentucky)
Noted Historian (Kenton County, Kentucky)
Noted Historian (Mason County, Kentucky)
Oakland Academy (Gilmer County, Georgia)
Oconee County Remembers Air Force Plane Crash (Oconee County, South Carolina)
Oconee Town (Oconee County, South Carolina)
Ogden Memorial United Methodist Church (Caldwell County, Kentucky)
Old Abe, The War Eagle (Chippewa County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker Commemorating Old Abe, Civil War Battle Mascot
Old American Oil Well (Cumberland County, Kentucky)
Old Brandon Cemetery (Rankin County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History Marker at the Old Brandon Cemetery
Old Concord Church (Nicholas County, Kentucky)
Old Federal Road Historic Marker (Forsyth County, Georgia)
Old Joe Clark Ballad (Clay County, Kentucky)
Old Kentucky River Toll Bridge (Carroll County, Kentucky)
Old Log Court House (Harrison County, Kentucky)
Old Military Road 100 Mile Marker (Dane County, Wisconsin)
Wisconsin Historic Marker for the Old Military Road
Old Military Road Historical Marker (Iowa County, Wisconsin)
One of several state markers along the Old Military Road
Old Natchez District (Warren County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi History Marker at the Old Warren County Courthouse
Old Trinity Centre (Daviess County, Kentucky)
Old Tugaloo Town (Stephens County, Georgia)
Otis Spann & Little Johnnie Jones (Hinds County, Mississippi)
One of the Mississippi Blues Trail Markers
Otterson's Fort Historic Marker (Union County, South Carolina)
Palm Beach Beach Club private Palm Beach Florida (Palm Beach County, Florida)
Members only private ocean front luxury resort
Park Central Square (Greene County, Missouri)
Peace Park (Christian County, Kentucky)
Peebles (Adams County, Ohio)
Peter Hammond (Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana)
A historic marker on E Charles St in Hammond, LA
Philip Buckner (1747-1820) (Bracken County, Kentucky)
Pike County Courthouse (Pike County, Mississippi)
218 E Bay St, Magnolia, MS
Piney Woods School (Rankin County, Mississippi)
A Mississippi Blues Trail Marker at Piney Woods School
Pioneer Graveyard 1812-1858 (Christian County, Kentucky)
Pioneer Station (Shelby County, Kentucky)
Pivot Point (Orange County, Indiana)
Point Basse (Wood County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker describing the 3 miles of rapids that became the source of power for wood and paper mills.
Porter Academy (Blount County, Tennessee)
Portuguese Bend Whaling Station (Los Angeles County, California)
Plaque describing a historic whaling station located nearby.
Preacher to Pioneers (Caldwell County, Kentucky)
Presbyterian Church (Boyd County, Kentucky)
Presbyterian Church (Harrison County, Indiana)
Preston Daniels & The Old Dubuque Road Historical Marker (Linn County, Iowa)
Stone with plaque place by D.A.R.