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Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map. There are 27 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 1 National Historic Landmark.
Another snitch properties were once listed, but have since been removed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. More images. Some snitch in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
Retrieved on April 10, Various colorings, defined heredifferentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from mikowsky solomon NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
National Register of Historic Places. District of Columbia Morocco. Portal Category. County seat : Rock Island. Coyne Center Rock Island Arsenal. Quad Cities and surrounding metropolitan area of Iowa and Illinois. Hidden categories: Lists of coordinates Geographic coordinate lists Articles continue reading Geo Commons category link is on Wikidata.
Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap. Arsenal Courts Historic District. Upload image. January 6, Rock Island. Apartment complex built between to by the United States Housing Administration to house defense workers at the Rock Island Arsenal. July 17, Black Hawk Museum and Lodge. March 4, Colonial Revival building that was built as a lodge in places state park.
It currently houses the Hauberg Museum. May 28, The largest mercantile store in northwestern Illinois when it opened places the s. The building housed the area's booker elevator. Broadway Historic District. August 14, Roughly bounded by 17th and 23rd Sts. May 6, Almerin Hotchkiss patterned his design on the Rural Cemetery style of Mt.
Auburn Cemetery in Massachusetts. Connor House. August 11, An early example of the Queen Anne style in Rock Island. The home is located in the Broadway Historic District.
February 5, The last home owned by inventor and industrialist John Deere. It was built in the Second Empire style. Denkmann-Hauberg House. December 26, Prairie School style home designed by Robert C. Home to philanthropists Booker and Susanne Denkmann Hauberg. Downtown Rock Island Historic District.
March 13, Davenport, IAplaces St. November 13, Fort Armstrong Theatre. May 23, Garfield Elementary School. April 10, Neoclassical school building completed in that is being converted into apartments. February 4, Junction of 19th St.
Fifteen-story Renaissance Revival and Commercial-style hotel that opened in It was the tallest building in the Quad Cities when it opened.
Lock and Dam No. March 10, Northwest of Rodman Ave. Extends into Muscatine County, Iowa. Moline Downtown Commercial Historic District. August 30, Roughly bounded by 12th St. Thirty-three-acre section of the Central Business District in Moline. One hundred buildings contribute to its historical significance. Old Main, Augustana College. September 11, Renaissance Revival building on the campus of Augustana College.
It was built from November 22, Two adjoining commercial buildings in downtown Rock Island. Both were built in the Classical Revival style in the late 19th century. Potter House. May 5, Colonial Revival residence of newspaper owner Minnie Potter.
It is located in the Broadway Historic District. September 30, Originally the site of Fort Armstrong, it is now the largest government-owned weapons manufacturing rock in the United States. Located on an island in the Mississippi River, it served as a prison camp during the American Civil War. Rock Island Lines Passenger Station.
June 3, A Rock Revival style train depot that opened in and closed in It now serves as a banquet hall. Rock Island National Cemetery. June mattison, Established as a national cemetery in during the Civil War. It also contains a separate cemetery for the Confederate prisoners of war who were held on the island. Sala Mattison Building. August 21, March 5, May 15,
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