Welcome to Historic Sites USA, a website dedicated to the many historic locations in the United States.

These historic sites are important because they serve as a window into the past and allow visitors to explore and appreciate American history firsthand.

Seeing these historic sites in person is an amazing experience that really brings the history of these locations to life which makes it so much more real.

The website is divided into regions to make it easier to navigate. Each region contains articles on the historic sites in each state and town in that region.

Historic Sites in the Northeast:

The Northeast is one of the most historic regions of the country. It is home to some of the most famous historical sites in American history.

Some popular historic sites in the Northeast include the iconic Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor, the battlefield of Antietam in Maryland, Faneuil Hall in Massachusetts and Independence Hall in Pennsylvania.

Visiting the Northeast is a must for any fan of early American history because of its iconic status as the location and birthplace of so many early historic movements and iconic events in American history.

The Northeast is mostly known for its colonial and Revolutionary history but is also known for its academic and literary history as well and its role in the industrial revolution.

Historic Sites in the Southeast:

The Southeast is a historic region of the country that features everything from colonial historic sites to Civil War battlefields and more.

Some popular historic sites in the Southeast include Appomattox Court House in Virginia, Castillo de San Marcos in Florida and Jamestown in Virginia.

Historic sites in the Southeast are complex, poignant and sometimes difficult but are necessary because they help us gain a deeper understanding of America’s complicated history and culture.

The Southeast’s history is multifaceted but it is mostly know for its Civil War history, since it played a pivotal role in the war and was the location of the majority of the battles.

Historic Sites in the Midwest:

The Midwest is rich in history related to its agricultural heritage, industrial development and its frontier history.

Some popular historic sites in the Midwest include Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota, the Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota and the Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site in Illinois.

Visiting historic sites in the Midwest is a fun exploration of the heartland of America and it history as the great American frontier.

The Midwest is mostly famous for its frontier and pioneer history, its agricultural heritage and its role in the manufacturing industry and labor movements in the 20th century.

Historic Sites in the Northwest:

The Pacific Northwest has a number of historic sites that reflect its cultural heritage and natural history.

Some popular historic sites in the Northwest include the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Pioneer Square in Washington and the Oregon National Historic Trail.

The historic sites in the Pacific Northwest generally aren’t as old as the historic sites on the the east coast but they are just as interesting and as important.

The Northwest is mostly known for its natural history, Native American history and its role in the exploration and expansion of the United States.

Historic Sites in the Southwest:

The Southwest is famous for its historic sites that celebrate its diverse cultural heritage and its natural history.

Some popular historic sites in the Southwest include Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado, the Grand Canyon in Arizona, the Alamo in Texas and Taos Pueblo in New Mexico. These historic sites have been well preserved and visiting them is like stepping right back into time.

The Southwest is mostly known for Native American history, Spanish colonization, its Mexican heritage and its role in frontier expansion.

If you don’t know where to start, check out this article on the oldest towns in America.

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historicsitesusa@gmail.com

Thank you for visiting!