The United States is a relatively young country when compared to places like Egypt or England. The lack of age doesn’t negate the rich history of the United States. The land occupied by the United States has been inhabited for about 10,000 years (give or take a bit). People have been leaving their mark on the landscape of the United States long before we became a country. One of the best ways to learn history is to visit them first hand. Here are 15 U.S. Historical Sites that every American should visit before they die. U.S. Historical Sites Every American Should Visit Before They Die Kobuk Valley National Park, Alaska…
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