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Windham Textile and History Museum [CT]

Willimantic
The Windham Textile and History Museum presents the history and influence of the U.S. textile industry. Particular focus is given to 1870 through [...] »

Windsor Locks Preservation Association [CT]

East Windsor
The Association seeks to encourage and educate the public and town government on the importance of preservation. Its main focus is to obtain and [...] »

Winona County Historical Society, Museums, and Bunnell House [MN]

Winona
The Winona County Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the history of Winona County, Minnesota. The society owns and operates three [...] »

Winslow Crocker House

Yarmouth Port
In 1936, Mary Thacher, an avid collector of antiques, moved the house of a wealthy 18th-century trader and land speculator, Winslow Crocker, to its [...] »

Winston Churchill Memorial and Library [MO]

Fulton
The Memorial is housed within the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury, a 12th-century church from the middle of London, redesigned by Sir [...] »

Winter Quarters State Historic Site [LA]

Newellton
Winter Quarters Plantation is one of the few true Southern-style plantations to survive the Civil War. The home was built in 1805, and eventually [...] »

Winterthur [DE]

Winterthur
Winterthur, an American country estate, is the former home of Henry Francis du Pont (1880–1969), an avid antiques collector and horticulturist. [...] »

Winterville Mounds [MS]

Greenville
The Winterville Mounds comprise the remains of a religious and ceremonial center used by an unidentified Native American population between circa [...] »

Wisconsin Historical Society

Madison
The Wisconsin Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of the state of Wisconsin. To this end, the society operates the Wisconsin [...] »

Wisconsin Maritime Museum [WI]

Manitowoc
The Wisconsin Maritime Museum is dedicating to chronicling the history of Wisconsin's maritime and shipbuilding history. The museum is located in [...] »

 
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