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Site of "Old Baltimore"

Edgewood, MD

McMahon House

Courtland, AL

Early Settlers

Rural Retreat, VA

Marker of the Week
Broadway Boulevard

Tucson, AZ

In 1862, Union soldiers took possession of a former Confederate camp located in what is now Armory Park neighborhood. The camp, originally named Military Plaza, was reactivated in 1866 as Camp Lowell. During its occupation, soldiers travele… more »

Marker of the Day
First Baptist Church of Commerce

Commerce, TX

Organized with nine charter members, this congregation began on Nov. 15, 1883, as the Missionary Baptist Church of Commerce. Services were held in a Union Church building until 1883, when the first sanctuary was built. As the congregation o… more »

Marker of the Moment
Thomas Ewing House

Fairfield Heritage Association Historic Landmark Recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. var plainText = document.getElementById('inscription1').innerText; document.getElementById('insc… more »

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Historical Marker Headlines
Proud Boys briefly rally in Portland; counter-protesters gather elsewhere
September 27th 2020 4:52PM

Two counter-demonstrations took place Saturday: one at a historical marker elsewhere in Delta Park, and a second at a different park about three ...

Women's Club celebrates 125 years, historic designation
September 27th 2020 3:00PM

The club is anticipating the Ohio History Connection application for an Ohio historical marker will be approved, with dedication of the marker in the ...

Margaretville Historical Marker Honors Cauliflower Industry
September 27th 2020 2:03PM

A historical marker will be unveiled in Margaretville (Delaware County) which will pay tribute to the region's past history as a leading grower of some of ...

Letters: Cancer trials, prevention and treatment need greater diversity
September 27th 2020 11:03AM

It is a gem in the community and recently, a state historical marker was dedicated there. Late actor Ron Glass, who co-starred in the "Barney Miller" ...

Washington Theater
September 27th 2020 10:09AM

... Preservation Commission. Approved by the Quincy City Council, January 3, 2000. (A historical marker located in Quincy in Adams County, Illinois.)