Founders and frontiersmen : historic places commemorating early nationhood and the westward movement, 1783-1828.

Washington, D.C. : United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1967 [id est 1968] .

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Other Title Historic places commemorating early nationhood and the westward movement, 1783-1828
Other Authors United States. National Park Service. Division of History Studies.
Subjects Historic buildings -- United States.
Historic buildings.
United States -- History -- 1783-1865.
United States.
Series National survey of historic sites and buildings ; v. 7.
Description xii, 410 pages : illustrations, facsimile, color maps, portraits ; 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1967 [id est 1968]
Notes "This volume was prepared by the Division of History Studies, National Park Service, under the general supervision of the Chief, Robert M. Utley ... it incorporates survey and evaluation reports prepared by the following National Park Service historians: John Porter Bloom, S. Sydney Bradford, Robert F. Fenton, Ray H. Mattison, Frank B. Sarles, Jr., Charles E. Shedd, Jr., Horace J. Sheely, and Robert M. Utley ... The background narrative for this volume is based on a study prepared by Charles H. McCormick."--title page verso.
Robert G. Ferris, series editor.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 315-318).
Contents pt. 1. Founders and frontiersmen : historical background -- part 2. Founders and frontiersmen : survey of historic sites and buildings: A. Sites in the National park system: Horseshoe Bend National Military Park, Ala.; Natchez Trace Parkway, Ala.-Miss.-Tenn.; Fort Smith NAtional Historic Site, Ark.; The White House, D.C.; Fort Pulaski National Monument, Ga.; Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Ky.-Tenn.-Va.; Chalmette National Historical Park, La.; Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, Md.; Fort Washington, Md; Adams National Historic SIte, Mass.; Salem Maritime National Historic Site, Mass.; Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, Mo.; Castle Clinton National Monument, N.Y.; Federal Hall National Memorial, N.Y.; Hamilton Grange National Monument (authorized), N.Y.; Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial National Monument, Ohio; Fort Necessity National Battlefield, Pa.; Independence National Historical Park, Pa.; Fort Sumter National Monument, S.C.; Custis-Lee Mansion, Va.; George Washington Birthplace National Monument, Va.; Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, W. Va.-Md. ; B. National historic sites in non-federal ownership: Chicago Portage National Historic Site, Ill. ; C. Sites eligible for the Registry of National Historic Landmarks: Fort Morgan (Fort Boyer Site), Ala.; Fort Toulouse (Fort Jackson), Ala.; Old State House, Conn.; City Hall (District Court House), D.C.; Decatur House, D.C.; Octagon House, D.C.; St. John's Episcopal Church, D.C.; Tudor Place, D.C.; United States Capitol, D.C.; Fort San Carlos de Barrancas, Fla.; Plaza Ferdinand VII, Fla.; Grouseland, Ind.; Joseph Bailly Homestead, Ind.; Tippecanoe Battlefield, Ind.; Fort Leavenworth, Kans.; Ashland, Ky.; Fort Jessup, La.; Jackson Square, La.; The Cabildo, La.; Casselman Bridge, National Road, Md.; Maryland State House, Md.; U.S.S. Constellation, Md.; Boston Naval Shipyard, Mass.; John Adams Birthplace, Mass.; John Quincy Adams Birthplace, Mass.; Massachusetts State House, Mass.; Springfield Armory, Mass.; U.S.S. Constitution, Mass.; Mackinac Island, Mich.; Fort Snelling, Minn.; Fort Osage, Mo. ; Fort Atkinson, Nebr.; City Hall, N.Y.; Erie Canal (remains), N.Y.; Fort Stanwix, N.Y.; Holland Land Office, N.Y.; Plattsburgh (Cumberland) Bay, N.Y.; United States Military Academy, N.Y.; Watervliet Arsenal, N.Y.; Reed Gold Mine, N.C.; Beginning of the U.S. Public Land Survey, Ohio-Pa.; Fallen Timbers Battlefield, Ohio; S-Bridge, National Road, Ohio; Fort Gibson, Okla.; Forks of the Ohio, Pa.; Friendship Hill, Pa.; Fort Hill, S.C.; Blount Mansion, Tenn.; The Hemitage, Tenn.; Fort Monroe, Va.; Gunston Hall, Va.; John Marshall House, Va.; Monticello, Va.; Montpelier, Va.; Mount Vernon, Va.; Oak Hill, Va.; Prairie du Chien, Wis. ; D. Historic districts eligible for the registry of National Historic Landmarks: Vieux CarreĢ, La.; Colonial Annapolis, Md. ; E. Other sites considered: Fort Confederation (Fort Tombigbee), Ala.; Fort Mims Site, Ala.; McGillivray Plantation Site, Ala.; Boundary Stones, D.C.; Commandant's House, U.S. Marine Barracks, D.C.; Dolley Madison House, D.C.; Dumbarton House, D.C.; Dumbarton Oaks, D.C.; Navy Yard, D.C.; Panton, Leslie and Company Warehouse Site, Fla.; San Marcos de Apalache (Fort St. Marks), Fla.; Fort Hawkins Site, Ga.; William H. Crawford Home Site, Ga.; Fort Harrison Site, Ind.; Fort Knox Site, Ind. ; Fort Wayne, Ind, ; William Whitley House (Sportsman's Hill), Ky.; Los Adaes, La.; Fort Cumberland Site (lost site), Md.; Gore Place, Mass.; Fort Shelby Site, Mich.; Ellicott's Hill, Miss.; Fort Nogales Site, Miss.; Nathan Boone's Home, Mo.; Daniel Webster Birthplace, N.H.; Castle Williams, N.Y.; Fort Hamilton, N.Y.; Fort Jay, N.Y.; Fort Ontario, N.Y.; John Jay House, N.Y.; Sackets Harbor, N.Y.; Fort Amanda Site, Ohio; Fort Meigs Site, Ohio; Fort Miami Site, Ohio; Fort Recovery, Ohio; Greenville Treaty Site, Ohio; Marietta, Ohio ; Fort Towson Site, Okla. ; Daniel Boone Homestead, Pa.; Flagship Niagara Replica, Pa.; S-Bridge, National Road, Pa.; Rocky Mount, Tenn.; Aquia Creek Quarries, Va.; Ash Lawn, Va.; Fort Norfolk, Va.; James Monroe Law Office, Va.; Shadwell, Va.; Woodlawn Plantation, Va.; Blennerhassett Island, W. Va.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)184430
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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