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The Monument is internationally significant because it protects the world's richest known fossil deposits from a time period called the late Pliocene epoch, 3.5 million years ago.
The Park preserves the outstanding volcanic landscape of the upper slopes of Haleakala on the island of Maui.
Hamilton Grange National Memorial preserves the home of founding father Alexander Hamilton. This house was completed in 1802 and named "The Grange" after the Hamilton family's ancestral home in Scotland, but served as his home for only two years. On July
Harmony Hall is an 18th century Georgian country house that architecturally ranks as one of the great early plantation houses and an outstanding early colonial house of Maryland.
Harpers Ferry has been the backdrop for remarkable and unparalleled events such as Native Americans, industry and transportation, African-Americans, John Brown, and the Civil War,.
Harry S Truman National Historic Site includes the Truman Home in Independence, Missouri, and the Truman Farm Home in Grandview, Missouri. Harry S Truman (1884-1972), 33rd President of the United States, lived here from 1919 until his death.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park encompasses diverse environments that range from sea level to the summit of the earth's most massive volcano, Mauna Loa at 13,677 feet.
The Herbert Hoover National Historic Site buildings and grounds are preserved to commemorate the life of the 31st President of the United States.
Preserved here are the archeological remains of the Hohokam culture. Hohokam is a Pima Indian word meaning "those who have gone."
The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site contains "Springwood", the lifelong home of America's only 4-term President.
The Homestead Act of 1862 was one of the most significant events in the westward expansion of the United States. By granting 160 acres of free land to claimants, it allowed nearly any man or woman a chance to live the American dream.
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site is one of the finest examples of a rural American 19th century iron plantation. The buildings include a blast furnace, the ironmaster's mansion, and auxiliary structures.
On the morning of 27 March 1814, General Andrew Jackson and an army of 3,300 men attacked Chief Menawa and 1,000 Upper Creek or Red Stick warriors fortified in the "horseshoe" bend of the Tallapoosa River. This was the final battle of the Creek War of 181
Congress established Hot Springs Reservation on April 20, 1832 to protect hot springs flowing from the southwestern slope of Hot Springs Mountain. This makes it the oldest park currently in the National Park System.
Hovenweep National Monument protects five prehistoric, Puebloan-era villages spread over a twenty-mile expanse of mesa tops and canyons along the Utah-Colorado border.
Hubbell purchased the trading post in 1878, ten years after Navajos were allowed to return to their homeland. Navajos were introduced to many new items during their exile. Traders like Hubbell supplied those items once they returned home. The trading post