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Iron Post (Allamakee County, Iowa)
Irvin-Hamrick Log House (Cleveland County, North Carolina)
J. P. Astin House (Jones County, Texas)
Jackson County Monument (Jackson County, Texas)
Jackson Guards Memorial (Jackson County, Arkansas)
James Rumsey Monument (Jefferson County, West Virginia)
Janssen Place Entry Gates (Jackson County, Missouri)
Jefferson Davis Monument (Todd County, Kentucky)
Jemez State Monument (Sandoval County, New Mexico)
Jenks Park & Cogswell Tower (Providence County, Rhode Island)
John A. O'Farrell Cabin (Ada County, Idaho)
John B. Castleman Monument (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
John C. Breckinridge Memorial (Fayette County, Kentucky)
John H. Morgan Surrender Site (Columbiana County, Ohio)
John H. Reagan Monument (Anderson County, Texas)
John Hunt Morgan Memorial (Fayette County, Kentucky)
John Sherman Memorial Gateway (Richland County, Ohio)
Jones, John Paul, Memorial Park (York County, Maine)
Joseph Standing Monument (Whitfield County, Georgia)
Julien Dubuque Monument (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Kamehameha III's Birthplace (Hawaii County, Hawaii)
Keney Tower (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Kennedy Park (Bristol County, Massachusetts)
Kent County Civil War Monument (Kent County, Michigan)
Kinsley Civil War Monument (Edwards County, Kansas)
Kinsman Monument (Pottawattamie County, Iowa)
Korean War Veterans Memorial (Washington, District of Columbia)
Lacona Clock Tower (Oswego County, New York)
Ladies' Confederate Memorial, The (Fayette County, Kentucky)
Lake Village Confederate Monument (Chicot County, Arkansas)
Latham Confederate Monument (Christian County, Kentucky)
Legion Memorial Park (Nemaha County, Nebraska)
Lewiston Vineyards Gates (Nez Perce County, Idaho)
Liberty Memorial (Jackson County, Missouri)
Lidice Memorial (Price County, Wisconsin)
A memorial to the citizens of Lidice, Czechoslovakia, massacred by the Nazi Gestapo in 1942.
Lincoln Boyhood Home (Larue County, Kentucky)
Lincoln Highway Memorial Pillars (Crawford County, Ohio)
Memorials to early LH local officials
Lincoln Monument (Pottawattamie County, Iowa)
Monument commemorating Lincoln's 1859 visit to Council Bluffs.
Little Mark Island Monument (Cumberland County, Maine)
Little Rock Confederate Memorial (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Lloyd Tilghman Memorial (McCracken County, Kentucky)
Lonoke Confederate Monument (Lonoke County, Arkansas)
LST monument, Seneca, IL (LaSalle County, Illinois)
Monument to employees who built LST's @ shipyard and crews that sailed them
Ludlow Tent Colony Site (Las Animas County, Colorado)
Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove On The Potomac (Washington, District of Columbia)
Macon County Civil War Monument (Macon County, North Carolina)
Maidstone-on-the-Potomac (Berkeley County, West Virginia)
Marion County Soldiers Monument (Marion County, Iowa)
Granite monument 25 feet high features statue of a Civil War Soldier dedicated in 1920
Marshall Memorial (Cabell County, West Virginia)
Historic Memorial in Huntington, WV
Martyrs Monument in Midway (Woodford County, Kentucky)
Mason and Dixon Survey Terminal Point (Monongalia County, West Virginia)
Mason-Dixon Line Marker (Adams County, Pennsylvania)
Matagorda County Monument (Matagorda County, Texas)
McCormick Cabin Site (Marion County, Indiana)
McKinley Memorial (Trumbull County, Ohio)
Memorial Arch of Tilton (Merrimack County, New Hampshire)
Memorial Park, Oglesby, IL (LaSalle County, Illinois)
City park with memorials to local servicemen/women who served in WW 1, WW 2, Korea, Viet Nam, and those KIA
Memorial to Company A, Capitol Guards (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Merchant Mariners Memorial (Cumberland County, Maine)
Merle Hay Monument (Carroll County, Iowa)
Merritt Insley House and Outbuildings (Leavenworth County, Kansas)
Middle East Conflicts Memorial Wall, Marseilles, IL (LaSalle County, Illinois)
Memorial wall to US servicemen and women who have lost their lives in worldwide conflicts since 1979
Middle East Soldier's Memorial Forest, Illini State Park, Marseilles, IL (LaSalle County, Illinois)
Memorial Forest to memory of Illinois military personnel who have died in the Middle East Conflicts
Milestone (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Milestone (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Milestone (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Minnesota Monument (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Monticello Confederate Monument (Drew County, Arkansas)
Montrose Park (Washington, District of Columbia)
Monument of States (Osceola County, Florida)
Monument to Confederate Women (Pulaski County, Arkansas)
Monument To The Automobile Age (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
A stone cairn honoring the construction of a local road.
Monument Valley Park (El Paso County, Colorado)
Mount Theodore Roosevelt Monument (Lawrence County, South Dakota)
Muir Woods National Monument (Marin County, California)
Myles Standish Monument (Plymouth County, Massachusetts)
Nathan Brown Memorial Site (Linn County, Iowa)
American Revolutionary War Veteran Monument & Gravesite
National Mall (Washington, District of Columbia)
National World War II Memorial (Washington, District of Columbia)
New Mexico Madonna of the Trail (Bernalillo County, New Mexico)
North Carolina-South Carolina Cornerstone (Lancaster County, South Carolina)
Oconee County Civil War Memorial (Oconee County, South Carolina)
Civil War Memorial in Walhalla, SC
Octonia Stone (Greene County, Virginia)
Oglethorpe Monument (Pickens County, Georgia)
Old Market (Jefferson County, Georgia)
Old Natchez Trace (132-3T) (Claiborne County, Mississippi)
Old Oregon Trail Monument (Baker County, Oregon)
Grainte monument with bronze plaque by Arvard Fairbanks dedicated in 1925
Oregon Iron Company Furnace (Clackamas County, Oregon)
Otranto Plantation Indigo Vats (Berkeley County, South Carolina)
Owen Miller-Otto Ostendorf Monument (St. Louis, Missouri)
Monument and fountain in Forest Park near the golf course along Lagoon Drive
Ozark Trail Indian Meridian Obelisk (Logan County, Oklahoma)
P. M. Harding House (Warren County, Mississippi)
Pacolet River Flood of 1903 Memorial (Spartanburg County, South Carolina)
Memorial to the 1903 Pacolet River Flood
Page County Civil War Monument (Page County, Iowa)
granite monument topped by a statue of a Civil War soldier dedicated in 1913
Paine, Thomas, Cottage (Westchester County, New York)
Pangborn-Herndon Memorial Site (Douglas County, Washington)
Paragould War Memorial (Greene County, Arkansas)
Parson Smith Tree (Okanogan County, Washington)
Paul Bunyan Statue (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Pere Marquette memorial, Utica, IL (LaSalle County, Illinois)
monument to Pere Marquette--missionary priest, explorer--established first christian mission in the Illinois Country 1675
Pilgrim Monument (Barnstable County, Massachusetts)
Pine Bluff Confederate Monument (Jefferson County, Arkansas)
Pioneer Memorial State Park (Mercer County, Kentucky)
Pioneer Register (Wayne County, Utah)
Pioneer Woman Monument (Denton County, Texas)
Plymouth Rock (Plymouth County, Massachusetts)
Point Elliott Treaty Monument (Snohomish County, Washington)
Popeye Memorial (Randolph County, Illinois)
Portland and Westmoreland Places (St. Louis, Missouri)
Portland Soldiers and Sailors Monument (Cumberland County, Maine)
Proctor Creek, Jefferson David Highway Marker (Chesterfield County, Virginia)
Public Water Trough (Blaine County, Oklahoma)
Rankin County Confederate Monument (Rankin County, Mississippi)
Reads Landing Overlook (Wabasha County, Minnesota)
Rebel Without a Cause Monument (Los Angeles County, California)
Bronze bust by Kenneth Kendall completed in 1955
Rensselaer County Soldiers & Sailors Monument (Rensselaer County, New York)
93' tall, granite & bronze war memorial completed in 1891
Richburg Confederate Monument (Chester County, South Carolina)
Monument memorializing the Confederate dead of Richburg, SC
Riverside Park and Drive (New York County, New York)
Robert E. Lee Monument (Orleans Parish, Louisiana)
Robert Johnson Birthplace (Copiah County, Mississippi)
A monument on Hwy 51 in front of the courthouse
Rock Fort Campsite (Wasco County, Oregon)
Rockford Park (New Castle County, Delaware)
Roger Williams National Memorial (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Rogers, George W. Company Shot Tower (Dubuque County, Iowa)
A 117 foot tall tower built to manufacture lead shot. It is one of the few remaining shot towers in the United States and the only one west of the Mississippi River.
Rogers-Post Site (North Slope Borough, Alaska)
Ross's Landing (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Ruth Anne Dodge Memorial (Pottawattamie County, Iowa)
Sacajawea State Park (Franklin County, Washington)
Saleesh House (Site) (Sanders County, Montana)
Stone cairn and plaque marking the location of Northwest Fur Company Post
Samuel Gompers Memorial (Washington, District of Columbia)
Samuel Noble Monument (Calhoun County, Alabama)
San Patricio de Hibernia Monument (San Patricio County, Texas)
Scottsville Public Spring (Allen County, Kentucky)
Searcy Confederate Monument (White County, Arkansas)
Seated Lincoln (Essex County, New Jersey)
Seven Ranges Terminus (Stark County, Ohio)
Seward, William Henry, Memorial (Orange County, New York)
Shelby County Civil War Monument (Shelby County, Iowa)
SHENANDOAH Crash Sites (Noble County, Ohio)
Soldier's Monument (Ogle County, Illinois)
Monument, with cannon, located in the center of the intersection of 2nd and Chestnut
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial (Reno County, Kansas)
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building (Wyandotte County, Kansas)
Soldiers and Sailors Monument (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
Soldiers and Sailors Monument (Lorain County, Ohio)
Soldiers and Sailors Monument (Hartford County, Connecticut)
"A unique combination of arch and bridge (now filled under) which once spanned the (Park) river."
Soldiers' Monument (Stephenson County, Illinois)
Sons of San Patricio Monument (San Patricio County, Texas)
Space Mirror Memorial (Brevard County, Florida)
Spanish American War Memorial (Walla Walla County, Washington)
Limestone war memorial dedicated in 1904