Colonial National Historical Park: An archeologist speaks at the site where Angela, an enslaved African woman, lived with the white family who enslaved her in the 1600s.
Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine: Actually, those are fireworks behind the 15-star US flag, celebrating the defeat of the British in the Battle of Baltimore.
Stonewall National Monument: Marchers had to wait for hours until it was time for the Stonewall National Monument contingent to march. These two marchers await the time to launch.
Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park: The statue of Diana, restored by National Park Service staff, is returned to its place at the Chatham estate.
Ellis Island Immigration Museum, part of Statue of Liberty National Monument: A crowd listens to a ranger in the Great Hall, where immigrants once queued on their way to a new life.
Minute Man National Historical Park: Superintendent B.J. Dunn cuts a birthday cake with Kathleen Fahey and Robert_Morris. This year the site celebrated 60 years as a national park.
Sagamore Hill National Historical Park: Sagamore Hill staff participating in a ten-week introduction to American Sign Language presented by the Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf on Long Island.
New Bedord Whaling National Historical Park: Something Fishy summer camp participants visit with Ruth and Abby, the 1850s ladies, and learn about life in the 19th century seaport of New Bedford.
Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine: Throughout the year, Fort McHenry supports a thriving musical education program that engages students throughout Maryland and helps them connect with the park... More
The original database describes this as: Title: Billerica, MA Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) helping applicants Production Date: 04/07/2010 Caption: Billerica, Mass. , April 7, 2010 -- FEMA Individual Assist... More
The original database describes this as: Title: South Dakota Flooding Production Date: 07/27/2011 Caption: Roslyn, S. D. , July 27, 2011 -- Water and debris cover this road west of Roslyn, S. D. after a seve... More
First State National Historical Park: Buddy Bison and Junior Ranger Ambassador Sarah and her sister helped clean the trails and watersheds at the park's annual Fall Stream Stewards Clean Up.
George Washington Birthplace National Monument: Visitors of all ages enjoy stepping back in time and learning about traditional crafts such as blacksmithing when they visit the birthplace.
Statue of Liberty National Monument: A crane hoists the original flame portion of Lady Liberty's torch as it is moved to the new Statue of Liberty Museum on Liberty Island.
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area: On National Public Lands Day, volunteers built a simple bog bridge along a very wet section of the Rattlesnake Swamp Trail to improve visitor access.
Lowell National Historical Park: 32nd Annual Lowell Folk Festival, July 2018. The group Mariachi Mexico Antiguo of Wallingford, Connecticut perform at Boardinghouse Park Stage.
Booker T. Washington National Monument: Juneteenth was the date when enslaved people learned of their freedom under the Emancipation Proclamation in states formerly under control of the Confederate Army after L... More
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site: Operating from 1771-1883, Hopewell and other "iron plantations" laid the foundation for the transformation of the United States into an industrial giant.