Established in 1850 by the founders of Milwaukee, Forest Home now embraces 200 acres of dignified beauty with more undeveloped land than the total area of most cemeteries in the United States. Our historical significance has earned Forest Home the designation as an official Milwaukee landmark & a listing on the National Registry of Historic Places. Forest Home is a rare “Garden Cemetery” with sun-graced grass, fountains, lake, thousands of trees & roads winding through soothing English…
The Sturgis Library in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The original library building was built in 1644 as the house of Rev. John Lothrop and is the oldest building housing a public library in the United States.
Knobel Brewery - Built in 1848 by German immigrant Joseph Knoble to supply the approximately 37 saloons in downtown Fort Smith, this three-story cobblestone structure contains an original underground cellar where the beer was stored. Completely restored in the early 1990s, the property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Accused of witchcraft, Giles Corey supposedly cursed the city of Salem upon his death. He is been known to be "seen" when hard times hit Salem. He also cursed the sheriff of Salem and any sheriff of Salem since that day has died VERY young.