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American Heritage makes choosing heritage travel destinations, products, services, and great reading easier with FREE INFORMATION from participating advertisers who value your business. Please complete and mail the postage-paid card today!

1. All Advertisers in this issue: Please select this number for more information from all participating advertisers throughout this issue including those in the Guide to Historic Sites in Florida, and the Guide to Historic Sites of West Virginia.

GUIDE TO HISTORIC SITES IN FLORIDA

2. All Advertisers in Florida Historic Guide: For more information from all advertisers in the Florida Historic Guide please choose this one, or you may select individually from the list below.

3. Florida's Space Coast: Orlando's closest beaches--Cocoa Beach Area; Kennedy Space Center, Air Force Space & Missile Museum, Warbird Museum, American Police Museum, and more! (877) 57-BEACH (23224), www.Space-Coast.com

4. VisitGainesville: Receive a FREE planner and learn more about Gainesville, Florida, "Where Nature and Culture Meet." (866) 778-5002, www.VisitGainesville.com

5. Hannibal Square Heritage Center: Featuring the Heritage Collection: Photographs and Oral Histories of West Winter Park--an inspiring history told by the people who have rived it! www.HannibalSquareHeritageCenter.org

6. Key West, Florida: Close to Perfect--Far from Normal. www.fla-keys.com/keywest

7. St. Augustine | Ponte Vedra on Florida's Historic Coast: St. Augustine | Ponte Vedra on Florida's Historic Coast offers legendary history, seaside elegance and outstanding dining. (888) 740-4220, www.FloridasHistoricCoast.com

8. VISIT FLORIDA Magazine: Get the VISIT FLORIDA Magazine today. Plan your vacation to our award-winning beaches with this newly released information-packed magazine! www.VlSITFLORIDA.com/guides

GUIDE TO HISTORIC SITES IN WEST VIRGINIA

9. All Advertisers in West Virginia Historic Guide: For more information from all advertisers in the West Virginia Historic Guide please choose this one, or you may select individually from the list below.

10. Greater Morgantown Convention & Visitors Bureau: A university town nestled in the West Virginia mountains, rich with heritage, culture, and outdoor activities. (800) 458-7373, TourMorgantown.com/history

11. West Virginia Tourism: Get away to West Virginia and experience rich history and heritage along with breathtaking scenery and great hospitality, www.WVTourism.com

ESCAPE TO THE SOUTHEAST

12. Appomattox Tourism Department: Appomattox, Virginia: Where our nation reunited. Every American should stand here at least once in their lifetime. www.TourAppomattox.com

13. Newport News Tourism: For a FREE Visitor Guide, go to www.Newport-News.org or call (888) 493-7386.

14. Richmond Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau: Join us in the Richmond region from 2011 to 2015 to observe the American Civil War and Emancipation 150th. www.OnToRichmond.com

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