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    This Tree and Stone

    THIS TREE AND STONE DEDICATED TO THE  BERKELEY BOYS AND SONS  OF BERKELEY CHAPTER  A.G.S.M

    THIS TREE AND STONE DEDICATED TO THE  BERKELEY BOYS AND SONS  OF BERKELEY CHAPTER  A.G.S.M

      The Western Addition Peace Wall at Koshland Park

        The Western Addition Peace Wall

          John Hollman Grave

          Marker is on Nebraska Highway 27, just south of the town of Oskosh and the North Platte River. For reference: about 125 miles east of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and 85 miles west-northwest of North Platte, ...

          Marker is on Nebraska Highway 27, just south of the town of Oskosh and the North Platte River. For reference: about 125 miles east of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and 85 miles west-northwest of North Platte, ...

          • nebraska
          • garden county
          • oskkosh
          • great plains
          • oregon trail
          • overland trail

          Methodist-Episcopal church

          The Methodist-Episcopal Church Erected c.1844 by the people of Duane and used for public meetings and as a place of worship until 1982. The domed cupola and rounded arches are in the Romanesque ...

          The Methodist-Episcopal Church Erected c.1844 by the people of Duane and used for public meetings and as a place of worship until 1982. The domed cupola and rounded arches are in the ...

          • duane ny
          • adirondacks
          • alan r reno
          • church
          • methodist-episc...
          • national regist...

          Rio Puerco Bridge (Route 66)

          Rio Puerco BridgeThis Parker through truss located on the historic Route 66 was built in 1933. It was fabricated by the Kansas City Structural Steel Company and erected by F. D. Shuffelbarger of ...

          Rio Puerco BridgeThis Parker through truss located on the historic Route 66 was built in 1933. It was fabricated by the Kansas City Structural Steel Company and erected by F. D. Shuffelbarger ...

          • bridge
          • route66

          Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory

          109 East Palace1943 Santa Fe office 1963Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory University of California All the men and women who made the first atomic bomb passed through this portal to their secret ...

          109 East Palace1943 Santa Fe office 1963Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory University of California All the men and women who made the first atomic bomb passed through this portal to their secret ...

          • santa fe
          • atomic
          • nuclear
          • los alamos

          Mississippi River Old Ferry Landing - Port Allen - Baton Rouge Site - 1820-1968

            Horses and wagons first used the ferry, then gradually giving way to cars and trucks. Pedestrian traffic was always an important part of the ferry service. At one time all east-west traffic ...

            Horses and wagons first used the ferry, then gradually giving way to cars and trucks. Pedestrian traffic was always an important part of the ferry service. At one time all east-west traffic ...

          • louisiana
          • mississippi riv...
          • ferry

          Houmas House

            Houmas Indian land grant sold to Conway and Latil in 1774. Sold to Revolutionary War hero Wade Hampton 1811. Greek revival mansion built by John Smith Preston in 1840. Restored by Dr. George Crozat ...

            Houmas Indian land grant sold to Conway and Latil in 1774. Sold to Revolutionary War hero Wade Hampton 1811. Greek revival mansion built by John Smith Preston in 1840. Restored by Dr. George Crozat ...

          • louisiana
          • plantation
          • gardens
          • antebellum
          • native american...

          Baton Rouge Lakes - City Park Lake

            The idea to create lakes from the old Perkins Swamp originated in a Chamber of Commerce meeting in 1933, when thousands of men needed work and the relocation of the LSU campus had created momentum ...

            The idea to create lakes from the old Perkins Swamp originated in a Chamber of Commerce meeting in 1933, when thousands of men needed work and the relocation of the LSU campus had created ...

          • louisiana
          • environment
          • waterway
          • lakes

          Edwards (NY) Mine

          EDWARDS MINE Northern Ore operated the mine from 1899 to 1926 when sold to St. Joseph Lead Co. Later sold to other owners, but still principle employer in area. Produced 1,177,374 tons high grad zinc ...

          EDWARDS MINE Northern Ore operated the mine from 1899 to 1926 when sold to St. Joseph Lead Co. Later sold to other owners, but still principle employer in area. Produced 1,177,374 tons high grad zinc ...

          • mining
          • edwards ny
          • ore
          • mine
          • alan r reno
          • st. joseph lead...
          • zinc
          • abandoned

          Duane Methodist Episcopal Church

          Duane Methodist Episcopal Church has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991 by the United States Department of the InteriorWilliam C Pomeroy Foundation 2016Submitted by Alan ...

          Duane Methodist Episcopal Church has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991 by the United States Department of the InteriorWilliam C Pomeroy Foundation 2016Submitted by Alan ...

          • duane ny
          • methodist episc...
          • church
          • historic
          • adirondacks
          • alan r reno

          The Star - Carville's Patient- Published Newspaper

            The Sixty-six STAR was born in 1931, with Stanley Stein as its editor. The name was selected by Carville patient and Texas pharmacist, Stanley Levyson (AKA Stanley Stein). It was first published as ...

            The Sixty-six STAR was born in 1931, with Stanley Stein as its editor. The name was selected by Carville patient and Texas pharmacist, Stanley Levyson (AKA Stanley Stein). It was first published as ...

          • louisiana
          • museum

          Life Saver Candy CEO

          In Honor of Edward John Noble 1882-1958 Industrialist  Financier  Philanthropist This Pep-O-Mint replica was his Life Savers Co's first flavor & originally displayed at his Port Chester plant Erected ...

          In Honor of Edward John Noble 1882-1958 Industrialist  Financier  Philanthropist This Pep-O-Mint replica was his Life Savers Co's first flavor & originally displayed at his Port Chester plant Erected ...

          • candy
          • edward john nob...
          • port chester
          • gouverneur
          • alan r reno

          Pierre Part Bay - Virgin Island Bridge

            The community of Pierre Part in nearly surrounded by water and was inaccessible by land until the Mid-20th century, thus isolated from much of the world. Bayous lace this portion of south ...

            The community of Pierre Part in nearly surrounded by water and was inaccessible by land until the Mid-20th century, thus isolated from much of the world. Bayous lace this portion of south ...

          • louisiana
          • environment
          • waterways
          • cajun

          Lake Palourde - Victor Guarisco Lake End Park

            Lake Palourde covers 11,520 acres and is one of a number of large lakes that once existed within the historic Atchafalaya River Basin's 3-million-acre landscape. Lake Palourde is just east of ...

            Lake Palourde covers 11,520 acres and is one of a number of large lakes that once existed within the historic Atchafalaya River Basin's 3-million- acre landscape. Lake Palourde is just east ...

          • louisiana
          • atchafalaya
          • environment
          • waterways

          Atchafalaya River - Mr. Charlie Oil Rig

            Because the lower Atchafalaya River is near the Gulf, this area is a popular shipping departure point. But challenges such as combating sedimentation and the close proximity of the three bridges ...

            Because the lower Atchafalaya River is near the Gulf, this area is a popular shipping departure point. But challenges such as combating sedimentation and the close proximity of the three bridges ...

          • louisiana
          • atchafalaya
          • waterway
          • oil rig
          • environment

          Atchafalaya River - Morgan City Great Wall

            The first Atchafalaya levee or wall constructed in 1946 was 13 feet tall on both sides of the river. Subsequent floods resulted in its redesign and expansion to the current 21-foot-wall, built ...

            The first Atchafalaya levee or wall constructed in 1946 was 13 feet tall on both sides of the river. Subsequent floods resulted in its redesign and expansion to the current 21-foot-wall, ...

          • louisiana
          • environment
          • waterway
          • atchafalaya

          Cypress Swamps - Wedell-Williams Aviation & Cypress Sawmill Museum

            Like redwoods, cypress trees can live a long time and grow to fantastic sizes. Prior to largescale logging, south Louisiana and the Atchafalaya Basin were full of large stands of giant cypress. ...

            Like redwoods, cypress trees can live a long time and grow to fantastic sizes. Prior to largescale logging, south Louisiana and the Atchafalaya Basin were full of large stands of giant cypress. ...

          • louisiana
          • cypress trees
          • waterways
          • swamps
          • environment

          Bayou Plaquemine - Bayou Road

           Bayou Plaquemine was an important Mississippi River distributary that allowed for boat navigation throughout the Atchafalaya Basin. Travelers left the Mississippi via Bayou Plaquemine, moved west to ...

           Bayou Plaquemine was an important Mississippi River distributary that allowed for boat navigation throughout the Atchafalaya Basin. Travelers left the Mississippi via Bayou Plaquemine, moved west to ...

          • louisiana
          • waterway
          • environment

          Port Allen High School (1936-1978) / Port Allen Middle School (1979-Present)

          High school opportunities in the parish date to at least 1897, when Eureka Central School in Brusly offered classes to white students in the ninth, tenth, and later eleventh grades. In 1899, the West ...

          High school opportunities in the parish date to at least 1897, when Eureka Central School in Brusly offered classes to white students in the ninth, tenth, and later eleventh grades. In 1899, the West ...

          • louisiana
          • education
          • wpa
          • architecture

          Bayou Plaquemine - Plaquemine Lock State Historic Site

           Upon completion in 1909, The Plaquemine Lock was an engineering marvel thanks to the unique gravity of water flow system that operated the highest fresh water lock in the world. As a distributary of ...

           Upon completion in 1909, The Plaquemine Lock was an engineering marvel thanks to the unique gravity of water flow system that operated the highest fresh water lock in the world. As a distributary of ...

          • louisiana
          • waterway
          • environment

          Mississippi River - Scott's Bluff

           The Mississippi River - One of the longest rivers in North America - is divided into three sections: Upper, Middle and Lower Mississippi. At certain points on the southernmost section, the river is ...

           The Mississippi River - One of the longest rivers in North America - is divided into three sections: Upper, Middle and Lower Mississippi. At certain points on the southernmost section, the river ...

          • louisiana
          • waterway
          • mississippi riv...
          • environment

          Gulf Intracoastal Waterway - Hwy. 1 Intracoastal Boat Launch

          The Port Allen Lock connects the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and the Gulf of Mexico to the Port of Greater Baton Rouge and other points north along the Mississippi River, shortening the distance for ...

          The Port Allen Lock connects the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and the Gulf of Mexico to the Port of Greater Baton Rouge and other points north along the Mississippi River, shortening the distance ...

          • louisiana
          • waterway
          • environment