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The core of the house was built in 1838; the current structure was completed in 1926 and includes an art gallery, historic displays, meeting rooms, and formal gardens.The Civic Center Park offers nature trails, picnic grounds, playgrounds, tennis courts. The C&O Canal National Historical Park was established in 1917 as a 184-mile National Park Service site.Many existing trails are part of the historic Civil War complex for which the park is named.The trails are remains of the transportation system that furnished materials and supplies to the troops stationed here. This one-room schoolhouse has been renovated and restored to its appearance in 1900.It is open for special events and available to reserve for overnight stays through the C&O Canal Trust’s Canal Quarters program. Located in the restored 1884 B&O Railroad station complex, exhibits feature local and transportation history.The site was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 and includes the historic Freight House, outdoor History Park, and rolling stock – train engine (1918) and cars (1950s). Built in 1899 and in use until 1982, the Observatory was one of six around the world that measured the Earth’s wobble on its polar axis to aid in navigation.The John Poole House, the oldest building in Poolesville, is a one-room log trading post built in 1793 that was enlarged several times; in 1810 it served as the area’s first post office. The MOOseum barn is the last remaining structure of the 350-acre King dairy farm dating to 1913.
Our free personal ads are full of single women and men in Milwaukee looking for serious relationships, a little online flirtation, or new friends to go out with.The 22’x30’ wooden structure was the only public school for African Americans in the Boyds area from 1895-1936. A living history center depicting plantation life of the enslaved in the 1850s and the story of the Underground Railroad.Reconstruction-era barn, historic outbuildings, heirloom garden, heritage breed farm animals, and slave cemetery.The Bussard Farmstead, a well-preserved example of a Montgomery Co.
farm at the turn of the 20th century, is located within the 455-acre Agricultural History Farm Park.
The Visitor Center, located beside restored Lock 20, was built in 1828 as a lock tender’s house and later converted to an inn.