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Advancing Military during World War I

Tour group walking through Huffman Prairie

Dayton Aviation Heritage NHP

Already pioneering aviation prior to World War I, innovators around Dayton, Ohio, continued to push the boundaries of human flight.

Three World War I soldier reenactors

Fort McHenry NM & Historic Shrine

The historic fort became one of the largest military hospitals in the US, advancing new treatments for the changing wartime injuries.

Columns and statue of a person in a garden with mountains in the distance

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site

During the war, artists developed camouflage for the US military at Saint-Gaudens, while the famed sculptor's son tested it overseas.

In the Footsteps of Past Cultures

Pueblos built into a cliffside

Navajo National Monument

Visit the homes of the Ancestral Puebloans who paved the way for current Native American groups in the Southwest.

Prehistoric earthen mounds at dawn

Hopewell Culture NHP

Travel to the gently rolling hills of Ohio to discover the Hopewell tradition preserved in large prehistoric earthen mounds.

View from underneath the overhang of a cave

Russell Cave National Monument

A cave collapse helped protect clues to the daily lifeways of early North American inhabitants dating from 10,000 B.C. to 1650 A.D.

National Park Getaways

Two-story brick house covered with vines

This Month's National Park Getaway

Experience a defining legacy in landscape architecture firsthand at Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site in Massachusetts.

Two hikers on a bridge over a river leading to a tunnel in a mountain

Appalachian National Scenic Trail

Stretching 2,200 miles across 14 states past history and stunning scenery, the iconic trail draws thousands of hikers each year.

Devils Tower rock formation at sunset

Devils Tower National Monument

A rocky sentinel at Devils Tower National Monument has stood watch over the Black Hills in Wyoming for millions of years.

Granite monolith with DC skyline in the distance

LBJ Memorial Grove on the Potomac

Across the river from the classical stone monuments in downtown DC is a "living" memorial dedicated to the 36th US president.

Last updated: November 1, 2018