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Places to Visit
|Gravesite of William McKinley|
The grave of President McKinley in Buffalo, NY.
|Mark Twain Museum|
The childhood home of Mark Twain
|Monument to William McKinley|
A monument dedicated to President William McKinley after his assassination.
Visit the childhood home of American suffrage activist Alice Paul.
|Site of the Assassination of William McKinley|
The location of the Temple of Music in Buffalo, NY, where President McKinley was fatally shot.
|The Jane Addams Hull-house Museum|
A museum located in buildings original to the Hull House
|The Lack London State Park|
Dedicated to celebrated author Jack London
|The National WWI Museum|
A museum dedicated to the First World War
|The Rough Riders Monument|
A monument to the Rough Riders, located in Arlington National Cemetary in Washington, D.C.
|The Titanic Museum|
A museum maintained by the Titanic Historical Society in Indian Orchard, MA.
|Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace Museum|
Childhood home of President Roosevelt.
|Theodore Roosevelt Island|
An island park dedicated to the 26th president
|Theodore Roosevelt National Park|
The park that inspired President Theodore Roosevelt to create the conservation program.
|Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library|
A collection of resources on the life and presidency of Theodore Roosevelt at the library of Harvard University, his alma mater
|Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library|
A museum dedicated to President Wilson and the events of his presidency; located in Staunton, VA