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For a look into the upper middle class in the early 20th century, take a tour of the Keller House and museum in Colville, WA
Native Americans from all over the west descend on Coeur d'Alene, Idaho for the world's largest outdoor Pow Wow. Friendly competition pits traditional dancers and drummers.
If you've never seen a flying salmon, check out the Pike Place Market, Seattle's exciting farmer's market, town bazaar, and community market.
When you think of Mark Twain you generally picture the Mississippi, but did you know he lived in Hartford, CT as one of Harriet Beecher Stowe's neighbors?
With high tech special effects and glitzy amusement parks spreading across America, you can still find small quaint attractions like Marblehead, Ohio's Prehistoric Park & Mystery Hill.
Operating until the early 1970s, Wallace, Idaho's Oasis Bordello is now a museum dedicated to the world's oldest profession.