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93752 Honolulu Tudor–French Norman Cottages Honolulu Tudor—French Norman Cottages Thematic Group is a thematic resource or multiple property submission that describe fifteen Tudor or French Norman houses in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. All these houses were listed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 5, 1987. 21.3186120,-157.7978070
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93753 Alexander Young Building The Alexander Young Building was a building in Honolulu, Hawaii built during 1900-1903 by Alexander Young (1833–1910), a Honolulu mechanical engineer and businessman from Scotland. 21.3133000,-157.8633000
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93754 Red Bird River Petroglyphs The Red Bird River Petroglyphs, also known as the Red Bird Petroglyphs are a series of petroglyphs, or carvings, on a stone in Clay County, Kentucky. The rock originally was situated along the Red Bird River but was moved to a park in Manchester after it fell onto the roadway below in 1994.
93755 Chalybeate Springs Hotel Springhouse The Chalybeate Springs Hotel Springhouse, near Smiths Grove, Kentucky, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2018. 37.1265090,-86.2349670
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93756 Tyler Block The Tyler Block was a three-story building in Louisville, Kentucky best known for its landmark 200-foot-wide (61 m) Renaissance Revival limestone facade. It was located on the north side of Jefferson Street between Third and Fourth streets. Built in 1874, it was designed by Henry Wolters and named after its owners, the Tyler Family. It was razed 100 years later in 1974 to make way for what is now the Kentucky International Convention Center. Many campaigned to have the Tyler Block's facade incorporated into the center, but the new building was instead built in the then fashionable brutalist architecture style. 38.2538890,-85.7561110
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93757 32nd Indiana Monument The 32nd Indiana Monument, also known as the August Bloedner Monument, honors the Union soldiers of the 32nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment, also known as Indiana's "1st German" regiment, who died in the Battle of Rowlett's Station on December 17, 1861, near Munfordville, Kentucky. Originally placed at Fort Willich, near Munfordville, in January 1862, the monument was moved to Cave Hill National Cemetery at Louisville, Kentucky, in June 1867. Due to its fragile condition, the monument was removed from the national cemetery in 2008. After undergoing conservation treatment at the University of Louisville, it was placed on display at the Frazier History Museum lobby in August 2010. Although it is no longer in its original location, the 32nd Indiana Monument is generally considered to be the oldest surviving memorial to the American Civil War. A replacement monument at Cave Hill National Cemetery was dedicated in December 2011. 38.2483330,-85.7219440
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93758 Clarendon Plantation House Clarendon Plantation House was a historic plantation house located about 1.3 miles (2.1 km) west of Evergreen, Louisiana. The house was built in 1842 by Jonathan Koen, and was enlarged in 1890 with several minor changes to its structure. 30.9514800,-92.1313100
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93759 Huey P. Long House (Laurel St., Shreveport, Louisiana) Huey P. Long House was a historic house located at 2403 Laurel Street in Shreveport, Louisiana. It was built in c.1905. and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. 32.4953700,-93.7767900
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93760 Downtown New Iberia Commercial Historic District Downtown New Iberia Commercial Historic District is a historic district in downtown New Iberia, Louisiana, located along Main Street and St. Peter Street, from Jefferson Street to Weeks Street. 30.0062500,-91.8194600
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93761 Kate Chopin House (Cloutierville, Louisiana) The Kate Chopin House, also known as the Bayou Folk Museum or Alexic Cloutier House, was a house in Cloutierville, Louisiana. It was the home of Kate Chopin, author of The Awakening, after her marriage. 31.5405560,-92.9172220
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93762 USS Cabot (CVL-28) USS Cabot (CVL-28/AVT-3) was an Independence-class light aircraft carrier in the United States Navy, the second ship to carry the name. Cabot was commissioned in 1943 and served until 1947. She was recommissioned as a training carrier from 1948 to 1955. From 1967 to 1989, she served in Spain as Dédalo. After attempts to preserve her failed, she was scrapped in 2002. 29.9225000,-90.0700000
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93763 New Canal Light The New Canal Light or (more commonly New Canal Lighthouse or New Basin Canal Lighthouse) was first established in 1838 at the north end of the New Basin Canal which ran from Lake Pontchartrain to the Uptown or "American" section of the city which today is known as the New Orleans Central Business District. The canal was filled in about 1950, but the lighthouse remained on a jetty extending into the lake on a half mile long stretch of the canal that was left and is still used as a small boat and yachting harbor. 30.0267000,-90.1131000
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93764 St. James United Methodist Church (Monroe, Louisiana) St. James United Methodist Church is a historic Methodist church building at 916 Adams Street in Monroe, Louisiana. 32.5097220,-92.1052780
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93765 German submarine U-166 (1941) German submarine U-166 was a Type IXC U-boat of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during World War II. The submarine was laid down on 6 December 1940 at the Seebeckwerft (part of Deutsche Schiff- und Maschinenbau AG, Deschimag) at Wesermünde (modern Bremerhaven) as yard number 705, launched on 1 November 1941 and commissioned on 23 March 1942 under the command of Oberleutnant zur See Hans-Günther Kuhlmann. After training with the 4th U-boat Flotilla, U-166 was transferred to the 10th U-boat Flotilla for front-line service on 1 June 1942. The U-boat sailed on only two war patrols and sank four ships totalling 7,593 gross register tons (GRT). She was sunk on 30 July 1942 in Gulf of Mexico.
93766 Conerly House Conerly House is located in Alexandria, Louisiana. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 5, 1984. It was delisted in 2015. 31.3127780,-92.4661110
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93767 Hopson House Hopson House is located in Alexandria, Louisiana. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 5, 1984, and removed in 2016. 31.3169440,-92.4963890
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93768 Oxland Oxland is located in Alexandria, Louisiana. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 5, 1984, and was delisted in 2016. 31.3263890,-92.5763890
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93769 Rapides Lumber Company Sawmill Manager's House Rapides Lumber Company Sawmill Manager's House is located in Woodworth, Louisiana. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 26, 1990. It was delisted in 2015. 31.1469440,-92.4975000
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93770 Loranger Methodist Church Loranger Methodist Church is a historic church at Allman Avenue and Magnolia Boulevard in Loranger, Louisiana. 30.6394440,-90.4002780
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93771 St. Matthew's Episcopal Church (Houma, Louisiana) St. Matthew's Episcopal Church is a historic church at 243 Barrow Street in Houma, Louisiana. 29.5966670,-90.7186110
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93772 Danville Junction Grange #65 The Danville Junction Grange is a historic Grange hall at 15 Grange Street in the Danville section of Auburn, Maine. It was built in 1898 for chapter 65 of the state Grange, and continues to be maintained by that organization as a public community resource. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016. 44.0227420,-70.2647360
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93773 Excelsior Grange #5 The Excelsior Grange is a historic Grange hall at 446 Harris Hill Road in Poland, Maine. It was built in 1914 for chapter 5 of the state Grange, and continues to be maintained by that organization as a public community resource. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016. 44.0825000,-70.3653040
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93774 Bergin Block The Bergin Block was an historic commercial building at 330 Lisbon Street in Lewiston, Maine. 44.0933330,-70.2180560
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93775 Bradford House (Lewiston, Maine) The Bradford House was an historic house at 54-56 Pine Street in Lewiston, Maine, United States. 44.0963890,-70.2144440
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93776 Cowan Mill Cowan Mill (also known as the Aurora Mill or Cowan Woolen Company Mill) was an historic mill at Island Mill Street in Lewiston, Maine. 44.0986000,-70.2217000
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93777 Worumbo Mill The Worumbo Mill was a historic mill on the bank of the Androscoggin River in Lisbon Falls, Maine. Founded in 1864, it was at one point the community's largest employer. Its main building, dating to its founding, was destroyed by fire in 1987. The complex was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, and was delisted in 2017. 43.9936110,-70.0680560
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93778 McElwain House The McElwain House is an historic house at 11 West Presque Isle Road in Caribou, Maine. Built in 1916-17 by a prosperous farmer, it is a fine local example of Colonial Revival architecture and a reminder of a period of prosperity in Aroostook County. It is home to the Northern Maine Development Commission; it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in April 1982, and delisted in 2015. 46.8325000,-68.0111000
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93779 First Baptist Church (Portland, Maine) The First Baptist Church is a Baptist church congregation currently meeting at 360 Canco Road in Portland, Maine. It met for many years in a now-demolished 1867 church building on Congress Street, where the Top of the Port Parking Lot is now located. That building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, and was removed in 2015. 43.6602780,-70.2555560
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93780 Jacob Abbott House Jacob Abbott House also known as Fewacres was a historic house in Farmington, Maine. It was built in 1819 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. It was the home of Jacob Abbott, author of children's books. 44.6656000,-70.1478000
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93781 New Sharon Bridge The New Sharon Bridge was a single-span iron Pennsylvania truss that carried U.S. Route 2 (US 2) over the Sandy River in New Sharon, Maine. The bridge was built in 1916, closed to traffic in the 1990s, and was demolished on February 27, 2014. It had been listed on the National Register of Historic Places as one of only three pin-connected Pennsylvania truss bridges in the state. 44.6377780,-70.0155560
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