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The Home Sweet Home Museum is an East Hampton, New York museum showcasing fine 18th century and 19th century antiques, china, and lustreware. The home was reportedly built in the 1720s by English settlers who first arrived in the New World. The town of East Hampton was the very first English settlement founded in the state of New York.
Alexander Hamilton was one of the founding fathers of the United States and was also the first Secretary of the Treasury under George Washington's administration. Vice President Aaron Burr and Hamilton challenged each other to a pistol duel which was the culmination of the pair's long and bitter animosity for one another. Hamilton was mortally wounded by Burr and died the following day on July 12, 1804. Hamilton was buried in the Trinity Churchyard Cemetery in Manhattan, New York where his grave still stands today.
The Concorde is a turbojet-powered supersonic airliner that was used in British Airways' and Air France's fleet until 2003. This particular plane, referred to as "Alpha Golf," was first flown on April 27, 1978 and sent to British Airways in 1980. This plane has logged in 16,320 flight hours during its time in service. Its last commercial flight took place on October 24, 2003 where it flew from New York City to Seattle in less than four hours. Today, the plane is currently up for display in Seattle's Museum of Flying.
Union Station in Gary, Indiana is a passenger train terminal that has been abandoned for over half a decade. Built in 1910, the station was built in the architectural style of Beaux-Arts common in many buildings built between 1880 and 1920 in the United States. Buildings of similar style include New York City's Grand Central Terminal and San Francisco's War Memorial Opera House. The station was abandoned by the 1950s when highways became increasingly popular, replacing the needs for passenger trains.
The Great Western Staircase in the New York State Capitol building is also known as the Million Dollar Staircase. With 444 steps and at 119 feet high, this colossal staircase in Albany, New York took 14 years to build from 1883-1897. The staircase was designed and built by prominent New York architects Henry Hobson Richardson and Isaac Perry.
The Opera Gallery in New York City is set along the Big Apple's famous Madison Avenue. Operating since 2000, the gallery has developed a leading voice for the contemporary art community. The gallery is considered as one of the precursors of the Pop-Surrealism movement which developed its roots in underground comix and punk music. The Opera Gallery New York is part of a global network of galleries in cities from Paris and Monaco all the way to Beirut and Hong Kong.
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