Even if it's your first time there, Gallup, New Mexico, is one of those locations that feels both familiar and unfamiliar at the same time.
Although Ripley, Ohio was founded in 1804 and has examples of Federalist architecture from the era
Madison, which is located farther down the Ohio River from Ripley and features architecture from between 1809 and 1939, was another significant Underground Railroad location.
The village of Saranac Lake became a destination for health-seekers in the 1860s, despite the fact that it had been a well-liked hunting and fishing location
Jerome was previously the fourth-largest city in the Arizona Territory and a thriving copper mining town in the nineteenth century.
Galena, which is tucked away in northwest Illinois' rolling hills, was once inhabited by the Sac and Fox Nation, who mined lead and made use of the region's abundant natural resources.
One of the best places to see architecture in the nation is a little city of 46,000 people about 40 miles south of Indianapolis.
Guthrie was founded after the Land Run of 1899 and in a very short amount of time reached a population of 10,000.