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George Washington Carver Nat'l Monument
From agriculture and science to education and humanitarianism, explore the inspirational life of one of America's most profound thinkers.
Thomas Edison National Historical Park
Step back in time when you visit Thomas Edison's home and laboratory and learn about how many of his inventions are still in use today.
Rock Creek Park
Aside from the long and varied history of Rock Creek Park, this site also boasts the only planetarium in the National Park Service.
The Women of the Civil Rights Movement
Mary McLeod Bethune Council House NHS
Celebrate Mary McLeod Bethune, a founding member of the National Council for Negro Women and a pillar of the civil rights movement.
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad NHP
The best known conductor of the underground railroad, discover how Harriet Tubman risked her life to guide enslaved people to freedom.
Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site
A tireless advocate for both human rights, Eleanor Roosevelt demanded equality both as a first lady and later with the United Nations.
National Park Getaways
This Month's National Park Getaway
Discover the life and legacy of the remarkable founder of Black History Month at the Carter G. Woodson National Historic Site.
Roger Williams National Memorial
Explore the heroic journey of Roger Williams, his quest for religious freedom in the new world, and how his influence is still felt today.
Golden Spike National Historic Park
The nation was united coast to coast with the joining of the Transcontinental Railroad at Golden Spike National Historical Park in Utah.
Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
Venture to the Sonoran Desert to get a glimpse into the lives of ancient communities that thrived at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument.