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First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Significance: Arriving in Skagway in the summer of 1899 as part of the Klondike gold rush, the Rev. J.J. Walter, superintendent of missions in Alaska for the Methodist church, undertook the fundraising to build... more

Rock Creek Nature Center and Planetarium, 5200 Glover Road NW, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Rock Creek Nature Center and Planetarium, 5200 Glover Road NW, Washing...

Significance: Rock Creek Park was established by Congress in 1890. Jurisdiction of the park was transferred to the National Park Service (NPS) in 1933 and, two years later, a small wood-frame caretaker's reside... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Skagway City Hall, 350 Fifth Avenue, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Skagway City Hall, 350 Fifth Avenue, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Significance: The construction of Skagway's first City Hall began in autumn 1897. A one-story (with attic) single-room structure, approximately 26' square, City Hall was built with horizontally laid hewn logs,... more

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

For photographs, see HABS AK-15-5, AK-15-67, and AK-15 -79 (CT). Significance: `The Arctic Brotherhood was a fraternal organization founded by a group of gold seekers on board a steamer bound for Skagway in Feb... more

NASA Johnson Space Center, Shuttle Mission Control Room, 2101 NASA Parkway, Houston, Harris County, TX

NASA Johnson Space Center, Shuttle Mission Control Room, 2101 NASA Par...

Significance: The Mission Control Center (MCC) at Johnson Space Center in Houston has been the hub of America's human space flight since 1965. Since the International Space Station construction began in 1998, i... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

Stone Bridge, CSAH 17 spanning Grand Portage Creek, Grand Portage, Cook County, MN

Stone Bridge, CSAH 17 spanning Grand Portage Creek, Grand Portage, Coo...

Significance: The Stone Bridge is significant for its association with the Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division (CCC-ID). Minnesota Chippewa enrolled in CCC-ID camps throughout the state, including the o... more

First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Significance: Arriving in Skagway in the summer of 1899 as part of the Klondike gold rush, the Rev. J.J. Walter, superintendent of missions in Alaska for the Methodist church, undertook the fundraising to build... more

Stone Bridge, CSAH 17 spanning Grand Portage Creek, Grand Portage, Cook County, MN

Stone Bridge, CSAH 17 spanning Grand Portage Creek, Grand Portage, Coo...

Significance: The Stone Bridge is significant for its association with the Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division (CCC-ID). Minnesota Chippewa enrolled in CCC-ID camps throughout the state, including the o... more

Rock Creek Nature Center and Planetarium, 5200 Glover Road NW, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Rock Creek Nature Center and Planetarium, 5200 Glover Road NW, Washing...

Significance: Rock Creek Park was established by Congress in 1890. Jurisdiction of the park was transferred to the National Park Service (NPS) in 1933 and, two years later, a small wood-frame caretaker's reside... more

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

For photographs, see HABS AK-15-5, AK-15-67, and AK-15 -79 (CT). Significance: `The Arctic Brotherhood was a fraternal organization founded by a group of gold seekers on board a steamer bound for Skagway in Feb... more

Skagway City Hall, 350 Fifth Avenue, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Skagway City Hall, 350 Fifth Avenue, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Significance: The construction of Skagway's first City Hall began in autumn 1897. A one-story (with attic) single-room structure, approximately 26' square, City Hall was built with horizontally laid hewn logs,... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

NASA Johnson Space Center, Shuttle Mission Control Room, 2101 NASA Parkway, Houston, Harris County, TX

NASA Johnson Space Center, Shuttle Mission Control Room, 2101 NASA Par...

Significance: The Mission Control Center (MCC) at Johnson Space Center in Houston has been the hub of America's human space flight since 1965. Since the International Space Station construction began in 1998, i... more

Skagway City Hall, 350 Fifth Avenue, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Skagway City Hall, 350 Fifth Avenue, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Significance: The construction of Skagway's first City Hall began in autumn 1897. A one-story (with attic) single-room structure, approximately 26' square, City Hall was built with horizontally laid hewn logs,... more

NASA Johnson Space Center, Shuttle Mission Control Room, 2101 NASA Parkway, Houston, Harris County, TX

NASA Johnson Space Center, Shuttle Mission Control Room, 2101 NASA Par...

Significance: The Mission Control Center (MCC) at Johnson Space Center in Houston has been the hub of America's human space flight since 1965. Since the International Space Station construction began in 1998, i... more

First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Significance: Arriving in Skagway in the summer of 1899 as part of the Klondike gold rush, the Rev. J.J. Walter, superintendent of missions in Alaska for the Methodist church, undertook the fundraising to build... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

For photographs, see HABS AK-15-5, AK-15-67, and AK-15 -79 (CT). Significance: `The Arctic Brotherhood was a fraternal organization founded by a group of gold seekers on board a steamer bound for Skagway in Feb... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Rock Creek Nature Center and Planetarium, 5200 Glover Road NW, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Rock Creek Nature Center and Planetarium, 5200 Glover Road NW, Washing...

Significance: Rock Creek Park was established by Congress in 1890. Jurisdiction of the park was transferred to the National Park Service (NPS) in 1933 and, two years later, a small wood-frame caretaker's reside... more

Stone Bridge, CSAH 17 spanning Grand Portage Creek, Grand Portage, Cook County, MN

Stone Bridge, CSAH 17 spanning Grand Portage Creek, Grand Portage, Coo...

Significance: The Stone Bridge is significant for its association with the Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division (CCC-ID). Minnesota Chippewa enrolled in CCC-ID camps throughout the state, including the o... more

Stone Bridge, CSAH 17 spanning Grand Portage Creek, Grand Portage, Cook County, MN

Stone Bridge, CSAH 17 spanning Grand Portage Creek, Grand Portage, Coo...

Significance: The Stone Bridge is significant for its association with the Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division (CCC-ID). Minnesota Chippewa enrolled in CCC-ID camps throughout the state, including the o... more

First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Significance: Arriving in Skagway in the summer of 1899 as part of the Klondike gold rush, the Rev. J.J. Walter, superintendent of missions in Alaska for the Methodist church, undertook the fundraising to build... more

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

For photographs, see HABS AK-15-5, AK-15-67, and AK-15 -79 (CT). Significance: `The Arctic Brotherhood was a fraternal organization founded by a group of gold seekers on board a steamer bound for Skagway in Feb... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Rock Creek Nature Center and Planetarium, 5200 Glover Road NW, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Rock Creek Nature Center and Planetarium, 5200 Glover Road NW, Washing...

Significance: Rock Creek Park was established by Congress in 1890. Jurisdiction of the park was transferred to the National Park Service (NPS) in 1933 and, two years later, a small wood-frame caretaker's reside... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

NASA Johnson Space Center, Shuttle Mission Control Room, 2101 NASA Parkway, Houston, Harris County, TX

NASA Johnson Space Center, Shuttle Mission Control Room, 2101 NASA Par...

Significance: The Mission Control Center (MCC) at Johnson Space Center in Houston has been the hub of America's human space flight since 1965. Since the International Space Station construction began in 1998, i... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

For photographs, see HABS AK-15-5, AK-15-67, and AK-15 -79 (CT). Significance: `The Arctic Brotherhood was a fraternal organization founded by a group of gold seekers on board a steamer bound for Skagway in Feb... more

First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

First Presbyterian Church, 450 Main Street, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Significance: Arriving in Skagway in the summer of 1899 as part of the Klondike gold rush, the Rev. J.J. Walter, superintendent of missions in Alaska for the Methodist church, undertook the fundraising to build... more

Stone Bridge, CSAH 17 spanning Grand Portage Creek, Grand Portage, Cook County, MN

Stone Bridge, CSAH 17 spanning Grand Portage Creek, Grand Portage, Coo...

Significance: The Stone Bridge is significant for its association with the Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division (CCC-ID). Minnesota Chippewa enrolled in CCC-ID camps throughout the state, including the o... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Arctic Brotherhood Hall, 245 Broadway, Skagway, Skagway, AK

For photographs, see HABS AK-15-5, AK-15-67, and AK-15 -79 (CT). Significance: `The Arctic Brotherhood was a fraternal organization founded by a group of gold seekers on board a steamer bound for Skagway in Feb... more

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem County, NJ

Finns Point National Cemetery, Lodge, Ft. Mott Road, Salem, Salem Coun...

Significance: The lodge at Finn's Point is the most intact example of the two-story, stripped-down Second Empire style design for the superintendent lodges approved by the Office of the Quartermaster General in... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Bloede Dam, Spanning Patapsco River, Avalon, Baltimore County, MD

Significance: In 1907, the Patapsco Electric and Manufacturing Company contracted Ambursen Hydraulic Construction Company to build the Bloede Dam using Nils F. Ambursen's patent. The proposed dam would generate... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush County, IN

Forsythe Bridge, Spanning Big Flat Rock Creek, CR 650S, Moscow, Rush C...

Significance: Local bridge contractor Emmett L. Kennedy built the Forsythe Bridge in 1888. The Kennedy family of Rushville built nearly sixty covered bridges, which are distinguished primarily by the scrollwor... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

Russian-American Company Magazin, 101 Marine Way East, Kodiak, Kodiak ...

Significance: The Russian-American Company Magazin is thought to have been constructed after 1804, but prior to the removal of the Company's headquarters to Sitka (originally New Archangel) in 1808. The Magazin... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (Bypassed) Section of North East Road (SR 272), North East, Cecil County, MD

Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, Spanning North East Creek at Former (By...

Report includes engineering analysis of Burr arch truss. Significance: For almost two centuries, from 1735 until 1926, this site was used for water-powered industries. Erected in 1860 by local bridge builder J... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Russian Bishop's House, 501 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Sitka Borough, AK

Significance: The Russian Bishop's House is one of only three buildings constructed during the Russian period that remain in Alaska. The log construction, low hipped roof, and stairways in end galleries are al... more