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Women at Work

Two kids peering over a railing to look at weaving machines in a cotton mill

Lowell NHP

Weaving looms and other machines are reminders of the women factory workers that helped propel the nation through the Industrial Revolution.

Interior hallway decorated with furniture and a Red Cross flag

Clara Barton NHS

Barton's home served as the national headquarters for the American Red Cross, providing organized emergency services to national disasters.

Statue of Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt sitting at a table in front of their house

Eleanor Roosevelt NHS

The longest-serving First Lady, Roosevelt was very active in helping her husband lead the nation through a depression and world war.

A Literary Legacy

Sculpture of a raven in front of a three-story brick building

Edgar Allan Poe NHS

Step into the Philadelphia home of one of the most influential American authors and poets of the 19th century.

Study room with desk and multiple book shelves

Carl Sandburg NHS

The popular 20th-century poet captured the voice of the American people from his farm in rural North Carolina.

Two-story white house with a patio and balcony

Eugene O'Neill NHS

At the height of his career, this Nobel Prize-winning playwright chose to write from a fairly isolated home in California.

Innovators Changing the World

Bust of George Washington Carver

George Washington Carver NM

Born into slavery, Carver overcame hardships to become a renowned agricultural innovator and promoted education for African American men.

Drafting tables and cabinets

Thomas Edison National Historical Park

Edison's home and laboratory was the birthplace of numerous inventions and technological advancements that changed the world.

Snow-covered dune, statue, and memorial

Wright Brothers National Memorial

On sandy dunes in North Carolina, the Wright brothers achieved the first successful airplane flight in 1903, revolutionizing air travel.

National Park Getaways

Two visitors peering inside a Pueblo house

Getaway to Bandelier National Monument

Abounding with wildlife today, explore the rugged canyons and mesas that were once home to the Ancestral Pueblo people of New Mexico.

Jazz band playing instruments in the street

New Orleans Jazz NHP

Experience the sounds of jazz in the city where it all began at this unique park dedicated sharing our nation's musical heritage.

Ancient pueblo on the top of a cliff

Hovenweep National Monument

Walk in the footsteps of the ancestral Pueblo people of Utah and Colorado, while also discovering the vast night sky and desert wildlife.

People walking down a path on a large prehistoric earthen mound

Ocmulgee National Monument

In the heart of Georgia lies a place that encompasses more than 17,000 years of human history.