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Has been designated a National Historic Landmark This site possess national signifigance in commemorating the history of the United States of America 1994 National Park Service United States Department of the Interior
Eighteenth Century Danish Customs House with nineteenth century addition of the 2nd story gallery. Owner is V.I. Government. Little Altered and in good condition.Placed by St. Croix Historic Preservation Commission2006
This site possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America
Since the dawn of consciousness, time has been measured by the movement of the sun. This marker, in the year 2000, is a continuum between all who have come before and all who are yet to come. The design concept starts with the Roman numeral "M"= 1…
Two story, masonry, residence and shop, with 4 arcades on lower floor and gingerbread trim on second story balcony. Studio of photographer Alex Ovesen and birthplace of Evelyn Richardson. Owners include Samuel Wescott's children 1864-1950, Wenona …
Known later as the Larsen House is a certified historic structure listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Along the wharf you would have heard the creaking of rigging and pulleys as ships unloaded foodstuffs, plantation supplies, and building materials. The scent of sugar and molasses sweetened the air. Down the street plodded oxen, snorting with effo…
This site marks the only point on the United States Territory where members of the crew of Christopher Columbus came ashore on his second voyage to the New World in November 1493. It also relates to the first recorded altercation between Europeans…
Intense heat. Steam rising from huge cauldrons. A foreman shouting to watch the last copper. This empty ruin was once the heart of Annaberg's sugar operation.Workers ladled the cane juice from kettle to kettle, gradually concentrating and purifyin…
When the breeze died, mules, horses or oxen plodded an endless circle in the sun while slaves fed cane to the rollers. A box at the base caught and held the juice until the factory called for more. In the early 1900's, after the sugar industry dec…