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Wong Kim Ark of birthright citizenship case born here 1873. San Francisco California
Constitution Oak Tree Torrington Connecticut
The Favorite Shoe Store, Part of Jewish Experience Townshend Connecticut
President Garfield was shot here -site of National Gallery of Art Washington District of Columbia
Pres. Obama and Michelle Obama had their first date here. Chicaco Illinois
The Obamas had their wedding reception here. Chicaco Illinois
President Obama had an office in this Catholic church in Chicago. Chicago Illinois
Michelle Obama grew up here. Chicago Illinois
Kembrew McLeod wrote much of The Downtown Pop Underground here. Iowa City Iowa
First Broadside of Declaration of Independence Printed on this Site Baltimore Maryland
Boston Marathon Suspect #2 Caught Here Watertown Massachusetts
Slave pens were here, now Busch Stadium. St. Louis Missouri
Oskar Schindler Enamel Factory Historical Site Krakow ML
S.S. Morro Castle Disaster (& 1st One-Way St.?) (& Jim Morrison) Asbury Park New Jersey
All-black beach was here - 1900 thru early 1950s. Atlantic City New Jersey
Were there slave auctions at this Camden, NJ, park? Camden New Jersey
Martin Luther King, Jr., Stayed Here in 1950 Camden New Jersey
A Blue Comet Observation Car Part of Diner Clinton New Jersey
WH Counsel Kellyanne Conway Has Home Here Closter New Jersey
Enslaved people were sold here in 1818 by Judge Van Wickle. East Brunswick New Jersey
Slavery marker removed by county in Haddon Heights, NJ Haddon Heights New Jersey
Haddon Heights Post Office Has Original Noguchi Haddon Heights New Jersey
Once-obscured African American Cemetery Is Here Hainesport New Jersey
First female AME preacher, Jarena Lee, is buried here. Lawnside New Jersey
Worst Airship Accident - Not Hindenburg - But Akron Manchester Township New Jersey
Pub that started Martin Luther King Jr.'s Civil Rights Crusade Maple Shade New Jersey
Kellyanne Conway attended this night club. Margate City New Jersey
Bissett Pottery was here, circa 1878. Middlesex New Jersey
Missile Tests at Island Beach State Park; Stealing Home Film Shot Here Seaside Park New Jersey
Mass Death Assemblage Fossil Dig Sewell New Jersey
South Jersey Church An Underground Railroad Stop Swedesboro New Jersey
Kellyanne Conway, Rod Rosenstein, ate here. Ventnor New Jersey
Kellyanne Conway's Jersey Shore Vacation Home Ventnor City New Jersey
Redbone, Santana, at Echelon Mall (Voorhees Town Center) Voorhees New Jersey
Birthplace of Hip Hop Bronx New York
Hart Island, a Potter's Field in Long Island Sound Bronx County New York
Arthur Miller lived here. (& it was a stop on the Underground Railroad) Brooklyn New York
Jackie Robinson, #42, Lived Here Brooklyn New York
Did Jackie Robinson sell suits at this Sears? Brooklyn New York
Mob Leveled a Gay Cruising Spot Here Flushing New York
Members of Angry Homophobic Mob Lived Here Flushing New York
Donald Trump's boyhood home. Jamaica New York
The Carlyle Hotel - Known for Discretion New York New York
Lionel Trains Showroom in New York City New York New York
Edwin Levick Aeronautical and Marine Photographers was here. New York New York
Woolworth Building's Centennial in April 2013 New York New York
First Public Cell Phone Call Here - April 3, 1973 New York New York
New York Library Site Was Once A Giant Storage Tank New York New York
Famous Bernice Abbott Photo Was Shot Here New York New York
Was there a bar at 50 Bowery where George Washington drank? New York New York
Oldest Dutch Colonial House in New York City New York New York
First Wall Street Journal was published here. New York New York
American Redoubt Marker in shadows of Geo. Washington Bridge New York New York
Electric Tattooing Machine Invented Here New York New York
Fanny White Ran a Brothel Here, Circa 1847 New York New York
This Land Is Your Land lyrics written on this site. New York New York
P.T. Barnum exhibited 161-year-old slave here. New York New York
Worst Train Crash in American History, Nov. 1, 1918 New York New York
Malcolm X lived here - East Elmhurst Queens New York
The Quarantine was here. Staten Island New York
Writer David Quammen grew up here; Underground Railroad ran on same street. Cincinnati Ohio
Supreme Court case outlawing mandatory Bible readings in public schools originated here. Abington Pennsylvania
Best store for military and war model accessories - Allentown, PA Allentown Pennsylvania
Best Place for Military Miniatures - Eastern Pennsylvania Allentown Pennsylvania
George Washington was patron at Broad Axe Tavern. Ambler Pennsylvania
Red Lion Inn, Bensalem, PA Bensalem Pennsylvania
Ancient Native American Burial Ground in Bensalem, PA? Bensalem Pennsylvania
Cornwells Fire Company (Original Firehouse) Bensalem Pennsylvania
Cornwells Fire Company Number One Bensalem Pennsylvania
Stone Tavern, Eddington section of Bensalem, PA 1800s Bensalem Pennsylvania
Bensalem African Methodist Episcopal Church Bensalem Pennsylvania
Toll House on Bristol Pike Bensalem Pennsylvania
Buehl Field Bensalem Pennsylvania
Rue-Maud Post Office - Curran's Irish Inn Bensalem Pennsylvania
Cornwells State Bank Bensalem Pennsylvania
East Coast Cycle Center Bensalem Pennsylvania
ECI - Cornwells Heights Post Office Bensalem Pennsylvania
Halfway House - Philadelphia to Trenton Bensalem Pennsylvania
Pen Ryn Estate Bensalem Pennsylvania
The Murder of Dr. Chapman Bensalem Pennsylvania
Indy Driver George Doc MacKenzie's Home? Bensalem Pennsylvania
Revolutionary War-era British Officer Lived in this Bensalem House Bensalem Pennsylvania
Underground tunnels at Neshaminy State Park? [Underground Railroad - Black Alice?, See Comments] Bensalem Pennsylvania
How did Street Road in Bucks County, PA, get its name? Bensalem Pennsylvania
Sztenderowicz Farm - Cornwells Heights Bensalem (Cornwells Heights) Pennsylvania
Normandy Farms - guard building/wall by Milton B. Bean Blue Bell Pennsylvania
Bill Clinton spoke here. Blue Bell Pennsylvania
Chicken Salad with Fried Oysters - Blue Bell Inn Blue Bell (formerly Pigeontown) Pennsylvania
Important Area in Croydon, PA, for Black History Croydon Pennsylvania
Oldest public library in United States. Darby Pennsylvania
Historic Church That Resisted Segregation - Devon, PA Devon Pennsylvania
African American activist Layle Lane's LaCitadelle was here. Doylestown Pennsylvania
Episcopal church was stop on Underground Railroad. Elkins Park Pennsylvania
The Lazaretto - Philadelphia's Ellis Island [& Slave Ships from Guinea Forced to Land Here] Essington Pennsylvania
Ebenezer A.M.E. Church - with graveyard, needs help. Frazer Pennsylvania
Haringstown, PA, is a village that is not on a map. Gilbertsville Pennsylvania
President Buchanan slept here. Glenmoore Pennsylvania
Chicken Salad with Fried Oysters - William Penn Inn Gwynedd Pennsylvania
Grist Mill and George Washington's Army Harleysville Pennsylvania
Washington's Headquarters in August 1777 Hartsville Pennsylvania
George Washington bought grain for American troops here. Hatboro Pennsylvania
Julian Abele designed gates here. Haverford Pennsylvania
Villa Joseph Marie, a stop on the Underground Railroad? Holland Pennsylvania
Amelia Earhart broke record in Horsham, PA Horsham Pennsylvania
Newt Gingrich's Boyhood Home Hummelstown Pennsylvania
Martin Luther King Jr Spoke At This High School Kennett Square Pennsylvania
Valley Forge National Historic Park King of Prussia Pennsylvania
The Battle of Barren Hill Lafayette Hill Pennsylvania
Former Pres. Bill Clinton in Lansdale, PA Lansdale Pennsylvania
KKK crashed services of this Lansdale, PA, church, 1925. Lansdale Pennsylvania
Cross-burning on front lawn of Lansdale, PA, home, c. 1923. Lansdale Pennsylvania
Lansdale, PA, farmhouse built in early 18th Century Lansdale Pennsylvania
Lansdale, PA, home built in early 1800s Lansdale Pennsylvania
Lansdale Fire Companies Battled Here Lansdale Pennsylvania
Sen. Schweiker Worshiped Here Lansdale Pennsylvania
Tombstone mystery here - solved. Lansdale Pennsylvania
Frank Boston, African American, Founded Hospital Here in 1934 Lansdale Pennsylvania
Dr. Frank Boston, Black Founder of Lansdale Hospital in 1934, Had Office Here Lansdale Pennsylvania
Angry Mobs Formed When 1st Black Family Moved In, Levittown, 1957 Levittown Pennsylvania
Oldest Company in Philadelphia Area - Saint-Gobain Malvern Pennsylvania
Fugitive Slaves Buried Here - Ft. Washington, PA Maple Glen Pennsylvania
Underground Railroad Stop, Ft. Washington, PA Maple Glen Pennsylvania
Abandoned African American Cemetery in Marple Township, PA Marple Township Pennsylvania
FBI Office Where Anti-war Activists Broke In, On Night of Fight of the Century Media Pennsylvania
World's Best Hi-Fi Sounds in an Old Housemill? New Tripoli Pennsylvania
William Henry Hastie Jr. died here. Norristown Pennsylvania
Montgomery Square United Methodist Church (former site) North Wales Pennsylvania
Knapp Farm - 115-year-old woman, George Washington (?) North Wales Pennsylvania
Beaumont House, at Foulkeways in North Wales, PA, Preserved North Wales Pennsylvania
Montgomery Mall on site of town square in colonial times. North Wales Pennsylvania
Oldest Tree in Montgomery Township, PA North Wales Pennsylvania
Perkasie Park in Colonial Times, Victorian Era Perkasie Pennsylvania
The First Automat Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Where Television Was Developed Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Site of an Abraham Lincoln Speech in Philadelphia; Kahn/Stonorov building. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Where Mayor Frank Rizzo Grew Up Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Where Gwiazda Was Published Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Korvettes Department Store on the Boulevard Philadelphia Pennsylvania
World's Best Pecan Pie (and Iggy Pop Played Here) Philadelphia Pennsylvania
The Clash at the Walnut Street Theater; also, Lincoln Assassin's Bros. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Shane Candies and Robert Aitken Print Shop Philadelphia Pennsylvania
P.T. Barnum Museum Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Corn Exchange National Bank Building Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Henry J. Magaziner Helped Preserve These Houses Philadelphia Pennsylvania
First Chinese Church in Western Hemishpere Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Crispus Attucks Hotel Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Where Ben Franklin Flew His Electric Kite? Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Henry Van Beil liquor and cigar shop Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Frank N. Piasecki's Original Business Site Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Original Location - Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia Pennsylvania
19th Century Publishing/ Mfg. on Dock Street, Philadelphia Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Former Site of Shepherd of the Lambs Orphanage Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Site of Francis Perot's Sons Brewery & Malt House Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Dock Street was once Dock Creek. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
James and Dolley Madison Lived Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Inquirer headquarters in 1860s Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Site of German Summer Theater Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Original Drafts and Copies of U.S. Constitution Stored Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Forbidden Drive Really Does Forbid (Fairmount Park, Philadelphia) Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Pennypack Creek Bridge - Oldest Stone Arch Bridge in U.S. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Great grain elevator explosion was here - West Philly Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Christmas lights from Silver Linings Playbook movie (& first rowhouses in America). Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Martin Luther King Jr. Spoke Here - SJU Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Crawley Wood Shop, circa 1950 Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Dr. Charles A. Tindley's Church - grew up in slave family. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Frederick Douglass Memorial Hospital was here. (Gertrude Bustill) Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Hidden Potters Field in Philly's Germantown Section Philadelphia Pennsylvania
African-American Church's Burial Ground Under This Playground Philadelphia Pennsylvania
St. Michael's: Know-Nothing Riots Were Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
First Commercial Computer Designed Here: Eckert-Mauchly Company Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Huge Civil War Hospital in West Philly - Satterlee Hospital Philadelphia Pennsylvania
A Peek at 19th Century Working Class Living in Philadelphia Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Octavius V. Catto was assassinated here, 1871. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Headquarters of Pythian (African American) Baseball Club Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Jack Frost Sugar Refinery was here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Wilbur Chocolate Factory Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Wilbur Chocolate Factory was here, too. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Sugar House Sugar Refinery was here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Industrialist F. Otto Haas (Rohm & Haas) Lived Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Philly's Chinatown Started Here Circa 1870 Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Florence Henderson Sought Spiritual Refuge in This Church When JFK Died Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Man Full of Trouble Tavern, built in 1759, Philadelphia Philadelphia Pennsylvania
President Obama frequents this West Mount Airy home. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Mandela Mural In Philadelphia Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Oldest Law Firm in the United States Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Robert Morris Skaler, Philly historian / forensic-architect / postcard collector, grew up here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Historic (black history) YMCA; Wilt Chamberlain played here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Radio Station was at Wanamaker's. News of the Titanic. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Why the Constitution Center's Address Is 525 Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Nickels Hall was here in early 20th Century. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Tallest Building in the Colonies, 1754-1810: Christ Church Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Pastor of Philly Church Was Nazi Saboteur Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Mary/Little Lamb author, who was also Thanksgiving founder, lived here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Little Ty who wrote graffiti in Vietnam era lived here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Pvt. Franklin Hill, Civil War soldier, lived here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Lincoln print produced here in 1865. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Library existed before Free Library of Philadelphia Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Last Cobblestone Street in Philadelphia in Danger Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Declaration of Independence Written Here, Where Tom Thumb Hot Dogs Stood Philadelphia Pennsylvania
First Major African-American Office Building in Philly Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Home of Free African James Oronoko Dexter was here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Philadelphia's last wooden street. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Wild Bill Guarnere Lived Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Hillary Clinton had meeting at this church. [Second oldest black church in U.S. Longest held real estate by African Americans.] Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Julian Abele designed Rocky Steps . Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Octavius V. Catto lived in a home on this site. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
African American Defied Custom, Attempted to Board Trolley Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Herbach & Rademan (& Liberty Bell) was here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Racial Divide at 1948 Democratic Convention Philadelphia Pennsylvania
First RNC was here in 1856. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
1872 RNC Here; Age of Innocence Scenes Filmed Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Did the hoagie originate here? Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Old Jail Once Occupied Suit Corner Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Fays Theater (a Jim Crow theater), in West Philadelphia Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Oldest Black Church in U.S. started here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
A.V. Barkley Funeral Home, Photographed by John W. Mosley Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Duke Ellington and Cootie Williams Photographed Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
First televised sports interview took place here. It was of Connie Mack. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
What was oldest black-owned business in Philly was here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Former Oldest Black-Owned Business in Philly Was Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Magdalen Society: home to reform prostitutes, was here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Pearl Bailey was a waitress at a jazz club here (has mural). Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Slaves Sold Here, Center City, Philadelphia Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Painter/Composer Samuel Felsted's Parents Were Married Here (1741) Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Human blood was used in war protest here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Peter Stretch's Corner at the Sign of the Dial - Philadelphia Clockmaker Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Jewish Daily Forward was here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
William Henry Hastie Jr. Lived Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Building has its own zip code, Trading Places filmed here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
WWII hero Eddie Houseman lived here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
WWII Hero Eddie Houseman's Parents Lived Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Houseman Funeral Home Was Here During Spanish Flu Pandemic Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Hotel Carlyle was in the Green Book. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Printmaker Dox Thrash lived here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Raymond Pace Alexander had law office here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
John S. Trower Building Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Dr. Frank Boston Lived Here When Corresponding With W.E.B. Du Bois Philadelphia Pennsylvania
ACME supermarket on site of Moyamensing Prison Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Paul Robeson's great-great-grandparents had a bakery here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
WPA Studio was here, Philadelphia Philadlephia Pennsylvania
Burial Ground Under Franklin Field at Penn Philadlephia Pennsylvania
Pine Forge Mansion - a stop on the Underground Railroad Pine Forge Pennsylvania
There was once a commune in this old Pipersville PA mansion. Pipersville Pennsylvania
Lake Naomi - Ice Harvesting Pocono Pines Pennsylvania
Stillwater Lake - Ice Harvesting Pocono Summit Pennsylvania
Burglars of FBI Office in the Burglary Book Fled to This Site Pottstown Pennsylvania
Joe Biden grew up here. Scranton Pennsylvania
Ice Harvest Museum in East Bradford Township, PA West Chester Pennsylvania
Magnolia House: hotel was in The Negro Motorist Green Book: 1940 West Chester Pennsylvania
Battle of Barren Hill, May 1778 Whitemarsh Pennsylvania
William Penn Inn, part of the Underground Railroad Wynnewood Pennsylvania
Blinding of Isaac Woodard Site and Marker Batesburg-Leesville South Carolina
Martha Lou's Kitchen for original slow food. Charleston South Carolina
Rose Wilder Lane birthplace roadside marker DeSmet South Dakota
The Great Negro Mart was here. Memphis Tennessee
300-Year Old Ship Dug Up on Construction Site for Indigo Hotel Alexandria Virginia
Old West Miniature Village and Museum - Cody, WY Cody Wyoming

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