The Clara Barton National Historic Site was established as a unit of the National Park Service in 1975, to commemorate the founder of the American Red Cross. Built in 1891, the structure was first used as a warehouse for disaster relief supplies. Miss Barton moved into the building in 1897, at which time she remodeled the structureforuse as both her residence and the Americal Red Cross headquarters. It was at this time that the famous Red Cross windows were installed, symbolizing her resolve to dedicate her life and her home to the service of the Red Cross. She lived here until her death in 1912.
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Completed in 1885 by Bess Truman's grandfather, Delaware was home to the Trumans. After their marriage in 1919,Harry moved in with Bess's family. In 1924, their only child, Margaret, was born upstairs. Known as the "Summer White House" from 1945 to 1953, the home remained in the family until Mrs. Truman's death in 1982. She bequeathed the house and its contents to the people of the United States, and North Delaware became a part of the National Park System in 1983.
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Native Americans witnessed the events leading up to the creation of Crater Lake, when Mount Mazama erupted about 7,000 years ago, and then collapsed. Water eventually filled the crater, forming the deepest lake in the United States. Known today for its intense blue color, Crater Lake attracts visitors from all parts of the world. Crater Lake National Park was established in 1902.
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