Commemorating the birth of the cattle industry in the Western United States, Grant-Kohrs is still a working cattle ranch by the National Park Service. Outside Deer Lodge, Montana, the NPS uses draft horses and other period implements to work cattle as it was done in the 19th century.
In Kansas, Fort Larned commemorates the Santa Fe Trail between Sante Fe, New Mexico, and Independence, Missouri. The fort housed travelers during the 1800s, a time of intense suffering inflicted on Native Americans by colonizers in the area.
#47. Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site
The Ansley Wilcox House became a private residence after five years in military service. It’s on the historic register, though, not for its military importance but because it served as the site of Theodore Roosevelt’s inauguration following President William McKinley’s assassination.
This Alabama historical site preserves the legacy of the Black pilots who served in World War II. Visitors can see the iconic “Red Tails” planes and learn about the airmen, as well as the women who served America at a time of war.