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Yellowstone National Park

Toyota's Donation to Yellowstone National Park: Corporate...

I like to think Toyota is acting in good faith. www.ouramericanpar  (Aug 16, 2008 | post #1)

Seneca Falls, NY

Fri., Feb. 29, 2008 - Women's Suffrage

Great museum and interesting ties between these activists and abolitionists. More more info see: http://www.ouramer nsrights/Womens-Ri ghts-Seneca-Falls- New-York.html  (May 4, 2008 | post #1)

Adena, OH

Adena, Hopewell, Fort Ancient mounds the subject of new s...

Looking forward to listening to these podcasts. For more info on the Hopewell culture and the Indian burial grounds see: http://www.ouramer well/Hopewell-Cult ure-Indian-Mounds- and-Burial-Grounds -in-Chillicothe-Oh io.html  (May 4, 2008 | post #1)


Today's Birthday: George Armstrong Custer

Happy belated birthday General Custer. Here's some info on him leading battle at Washita when his 7th Cavalry was winning: http://www.ouramer ita/George-Custer- Wins-Washita-Oklah oma-Indian-Treaty. html  (May 1, 2008 | post #1)

Valley Forge, PA

Valley Forge gets $375,000 in grants

That's so cool. I will be excited to see the upgrades with the money. For more info on Valley Forge see:http://www.our valleyforge/George -Washington-at-Val ley-Forge-in-Winte r-1777.html  (May 1, 2008 | post #1)

US National Parks

Junior Ranger Day at Palo Alto Battlefield

How was the program? To get more info on Palo Alto Battlefield see: http://www.ouramer alto/US-Mexican-Ba ttle-Over-the-Repu blic-of-Texas-at-P alo-Alto.html  (May 1, 2008 | post #1)

Bridge problems: Movement seen on wait times

These international problems over the river having been gone on for centuries. See this great article on Chamizal: http://ouramerican /  (Apr 30, 2008 | post #1)

US National Parks

Arlington House Guided Tours

I love Arlington House. I can hardly imagine the decision Lee faced when he chose to give up his commission and take up arms against the US. http://ouramerican nhouse/  (Apr 30, 2008 | post #1)

Great Falls, VA

2020 Fits Into Area Plan

Great Falls is my opinion of a great land use decision. For more info see: http://ouramerican ls/  (Apr 30, 2008 | post #1)


The Money is coming and we have winners in the Parades

A great way to spend those stimulus checks is by visiting some of the national parks. Here are 3 rights on St. Croix: Buck Island: http://ouramerican nd/ Salt River Bay: http://ouramerican rbay/ Christiansted: http://ouramerican nsted/  (Apr 30, 2008 | post #1)

Happy Birthday, Frederick Law Olmsted

I echo my Happy Birthdays. For more info on Frederick Law Olmstead and his landscape designs see: http://www.ouramer erick-Law-Olmsted- Invents-Landscape- Architecture.html  (Apr 27, 2008 | post #1)

US National Parks

Editorial: National parks at risk of private development

I'm glad someone is getting the word out about Bent's Old Fort and Black Canyon of the Gunnison and hopefully spearheading the raising of private money to protect these treasures. For more info on these and other Colorado National Parks see: http://www.ouramer rado-National-Park s.html  (Apr 27, 2008 | post #1)

Two Rivers, WI

Ice Age Trail club to meet at Woodland Dunes

Ice Age Trail is one trail I would like to hike length to length someday. For more info on Ice Age see: http://www.ouramer Age-Trail-Wisconsi n-Glacier-Landscap ml  (Apr 24, 2008 | post #1)


Mary McLeod Bethune Beach Park New Smyrna Beachs First Bl...

What a unique honor. I've not heard of beaches named after people. Want to learn more about Mary McLeod Bethune and her contributions to America? http://www.ouramer -McLeod-Bethune-Ch ildhood-Poverty-Re construction-South .html  (Apr 23, 2008 | post #1)

Wheatland, WY

Fort Laramie goes to Washington

What an honor and a cool gig. For more information on Fort Laramie and its history see: http://www.ouramer -Laramie-Wyoming-F ur-Trading-Post-An d-Indian-Raids.htm l  (Apr 23, 2008 | post #1)

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