Theodore Roosevelt Island - Clio entry by Sara Marian. Theodore Roosevelt Island is a national monument to the conservation-minded 26th President of the United States. The site has been occupied by Algonquin-speaking Native Americans, Revolutionary Patriot George Mason IV, American Civil War Union troops and the 1st United States Colored Troops, and freedman refugees. Today, the island is a national park.
Independence Trail Tour, Providence, RI - Clio entry by Sara Marian. Independence Trail is a 2.5-mile loop in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. The trail is marked by a green line along the sidewalks, as well as red emblems indicating locations with a free "phone tour" component.
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Bryant Park, NYC - Clio entry by Sara Marian. Bryant Park is a historic park adjoining the main branch of the New York Public Library. Its grounds have hosted a pauper's cemetery, the 1853 Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations, and the Union Army. In addition to its rich history, it has become a cultural and social center of New York City, with monuments, an outdoor reading room, free tours, and games and activities to suit everyone all year round.
HMS Gaspee Historic Marker, Providence, RI - Clio entry by Sara Marian. This historical marker stands on the site of the Sabin Tavern, where, in 1772 (18 months before the Boston Tea Party), colonists of Providence, Rhode Island planned their attack on the H.R.M. Gaspee, a British navy schooner.
In Chelsea and other neighborhoods like it, dizzying economic transformations because of an influx of wealth have affected the residents of less means in both obvious and insidious ways.
Chatham Square, NYC - Clio entry by Sara Marian. Eight streets converge at Chatham Square, which is named for the Earl of Chatham, William Pitt. The square has a long, rich, and (in some eras) notorious history, having served as an open-air market and a central point of the historic Bowery and Five Points neighborhoods, and now as a part of Manhattan's Chinatown.
Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park, MD - Clio entry by Sara Marian. The Federal-era manor house is surrounded by five original outbuildings, a carriage house, and a historic stone barn, which has recently been converted into the Woodlawn Stone Barn Visitor Center (open to the public in June 11, 2016). The visitor's center will focus on Quakers and the Underground Railroad. The park also includes the two-mile Underground Experience Trail, with free guided or self tours.
The Brown Center for Public Humanities, Providence, RI - Clio entry by Sara Marian. The Brown Center for Public Humanities is lodged in the historic Nightingale-Brown House, which dates to 1791. Built for Joseph Nightingale, a Providence merchant, the house later became the home of the university's namesake, Nicholas Brown, in 1814. The Center for Public Humanities includes a museum of over 900 objects, classrooms, a public humanities library, and exhibition spaces.