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Leading the Way

Canal cutting through wetlands

Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad NHP

Born into slavery in Maryland, Harriet Tubman became a legendary conductor on the Underground Railroad, leading others to freedom.

Hallway decorated with busts, mirrors, and other furnishings

Belmont-Paul Women's Equality NM

A national leader in the struggle for women's rights, Alice Paul was influential in redefining the early 20th-century suffragist movement.

Canoers paddling on a creek through wetlands

Everglades National Park

Marjory Stoneman Douglas, a 20th-century conservationist, led the effort to preserve miles of wetlands for future generations to enjoy.

A Literary Legacy

Two-story yellow house

Minute Man National Historical Park

The Wayside was home to not one, but three famous literary families with work between them spanning three centuries.

Water fall going down tall, steep cliff-face

Yosemite National Park

Author Maria Yelverton thrilled 19th-century readers with her tales of adventure in Yosemite and captured its rugged beauty in prose.

Flower garden in front of a yellow three-story house

Longfellow House

Longfellow House-Washington Headquarters National Historic Site was home to one of the most preeminent poets of the 19th century.

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.