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The shell of a house still stands in Granite ghost town near Phillipsburg, Montana. Silver was mined in Granite starting in the 1870's but the mine was abandoned during the silver panic of 1893.
The shell of a house still stands in Granite ghost town near Phillipsburg, Montana. Silver was mined in Granite starting in the 1870’s but the mine was abandoned during the silver panic of 1893.
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Antique Generator

An antique generator from the Granite silver mine sits on display at a park in Phillipsburg, Montana. Silver was mined in Granite starting in the 1870's but the mine was abandoned during the silver panic of 1893.
An antique generator from the Granite silver mine sits on display at a park in Phillipsburg, Montana. Silver was mined in Granite starting in the 1870’s but the mine was abandoned during the silver panic of 1893.
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Antique Ore Car

An antique ore car from the Granite silver mine sits on display at a park in Phillipsburg, Montana. Silver was mined in Granite starting in the 1870's but the mine was abandoned during the silver panic of 1893.
An antique ore car from the Granite silver mine sits on display at a park in Phillipsburg, Montana. Silver was mined in Granite starting in the 1870’s but the mine was abandoned during the silver panic of 1893.
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Freedom Fighter

A P-40 Warhawf from World War II sits in the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor on Ford Island in Honolulu, Hawaii.
A P-40 Warhawf from World War II sits in the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor on Ford Island in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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Guns of the 'Mighty Mo'

Guns on the battleship USS Missouri, (BB-63) currently docked on Ford Island in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Missouri was the site of the Japanese surrender which ended World War II.
Guns on the battleship USS Missouri, (BB-63) currently docked on Ford Island in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Missouri was the site of the Japanese surrender which ended World War II.
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Gearing Down

Gearing on an antique piece of coal mining equipment from the Bankhead mine in Alberta, Canada. The equipment sits on display as part of the an interpretive exhibit outside of Banff, Alberta.
Gearing on an antique piece of coal mining equipment from the Bankhead mine in Alberta, Canada. The equipment sits on display as part of the an interpretive exhibit outside of Banff, Alberta.
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Antique Grill

Closeup of the grill on a 1938 Ford flatbed truck once used at the Farragut Naval Training Station. The truck is on display at the Museum at the Brig, now part of Farragut State Park in northern Idaho. The park was originally built as Farragut Naval Training Station to train sailors the the US Navy during World War II.
Closeup of the grill on a 1938 Ford flatbed truck once used at the Farragut Naval Training Station. The truck is on display at the Museum at the Brig, now part of Farragut State Park in northern Idaho.
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Reflecting the Past

The red light on a 1942 Pirsch fire engine reflects the courtyard of the Museum at the Brig at Farragut State Park in northern Idaho. The park was originally built as Farragut Naval Training Station to train sailors the the US Navy during World War II.
The red light on a 1942 Pirsch fire engine reflects the courtyard of the Museum at the Brig at Farragut State Park in northern Idaho.
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Anchor to History

An anchor serves as a memorial to the 293,000 recruits trained at Farragut Naval Training Station to serve in the US Navy during World War II. The northern Idaho facility was later converted to Farragut State Park.
An anchor serves as a memorial to the 293,000 recruits trained at Farragut Naval Training Station to serve in the US Navy during World War II. The northern Idaho facility was later converted to Farragut State Park.
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To Honor Their Service

The bronze bust of a sailor stands outside the Museum at the Brig in Farragut State Park in northern Idaho. The park was originally built as Farragut Naval Training Station to train naval recruits in the aftermath of the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December 1941.
The bronze bust of a sailor stands outside the Museum at the Brig in Farragut State Park in northern Idaho. The park was originally built as Farragut Naval Training Station to train naval recruits in the aftermath of the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December 1941.
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