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Where the Music Died - Buddy Holly Crash Site Clear Lake Iowa
Bob Marley Lived Here London London
Historic Wadsworth St. Bridge's plaque stolen. Thomaston Maine
Pan Am Flight 214 Crashed Here on Dec. 8, 1963 Elkton Maryland
First Rock Song Written Here; Bessie Smith Died Here Clarksdale Mississippi
Po' Monkey's - An Authentic Blues Juke Joint Merigold Mississippi
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
Michael Landon Bronze Plaque Removed Collingswood New Jersey
Bill Haley had house band here, Pre-Comets Gloucester City New Jersey
Slavery marker removed by county in Haddon Heights, NJ Haddon Heights 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
Arthur Miller lived here. (& it was a stop on the Underground Railroad) Brooklyn New York
Jackie Robinson, #42, Lived Here Brooklyn New York
Meaning of Rick's Place sign in Prospect Park, Brooklyn Brooklyn New York
Suffrage Rally Huntington New York
World War II Plaque on Side of Building - East Village, NYC New York New York
500-square-inch property in New York City New York New York
American Redoubt Marker in shadows of Geo. Washington Bridge New York New York
Curb Engraving In Front Of Gee Whiz Diner New York New York
J.D. Salinger lived in this college dorm room. Collegeville Pennsylvania
African American activist Layle Lane's LaCitadelle was here. Doylestown Pennsylvania
Synagogue Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Elkins Park Pennsylvania
Langhorne Speedway was here. Langhorne Pennsylvania
Knapp Farm - 115-year-old woman, George Washington (?) North Wales Pennsylvania
Artist William Trego had lived here. North Wales Pennsylvania
Oldest Tree in Montgomery Township, PA North Wales Pennsylvania
Connie Mack Lived Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Cogslea, Violet Oakley's Estate Along the Cresheim Creek Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Home of the Legendary Sister Rosetta Tharpe Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Frank N. Piasecki's Original Business Site Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Philly Home of Dick Clark's American Bandstand Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Pennypack Creek Bridge - Oldest Stone Arch Bridge in U.S. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Grace Kelly's Home - East Falls Section of Philadelphia Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Martin Luther King Jr. Spoke Here - SJU Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Dr. Charles A. Tindley's Church - grew up in slave family. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
First Commercial Computer Designed Here: Eckert-Mauchly Company Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Octavius V. Catto was assassinated here, 1871. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Philly's Chinatown Started Here Circa 1870 Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Man Full of Trouble Tavern, built in 1759, Philadelphia Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Inventor Walter Golaski's Workshop Was Here Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Mary/Little Lamb author, who was also Thanksgiving founder, lived here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Octavius V. Catto lived in a home on this site. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
First RNC was here in 1856. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Oldest Black Church in U.S. started here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Tennis Great Bill Tilden's Home Court Philadelphia Pennsylvania
ACME supermarket on site of Moyamensing Prison Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Paul Robeson's great-great-grandparents had a bakery here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Folk Artist Horace Pippin Lived Here West Chester Pennsylvania
Blinding of Isaac Woodard Site and Marker Batesburg-Leesville South Carolina
Park Memorializes Kurt Cobain Near His Childhood Home Friday Harbor Washington
Weston State Hospital is supposedly haunted. Weston West Virginia

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