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The recently designated El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail was originally established to connect a series of missions and posts between Monclova, Mexico and Los Adaes, the first capital of the province of Texas.
El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro Trail Association (CARTA) facilitates goodwill, cooperation, and understanding among communities, and promotes the education, conservation, and protection of the multicultural and multiethnic history and traditions associated with the living trail, El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro.
The Florida Trail connects habitats as diverse as jungle-like cypress strands, vast open prairies, desert-like scrub, pine flatwoods, ravines lined with mountain laurel, and white sand beaches.
The Ice Age Trail Alliance is a non-profit, volunteer- and member-based organization headquartered in Cross Plains, Wisconsin. Our mission is “to create, support and protect a thousand-mile foot trail tracing Ice Age formations across Wisconsin.”
The Iditarod Historic Trail Alliance works to preserve, protect and maintain the historic, educational and cultural values of the Iditarod National Historic Trail System.
The Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Inc. incorporated in 1969 to preserve the story of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the route it traveled.
Since founding the Lewis and Clark Trust, our leaders and volunteers have committed to working collaboratively for the preservation, interpretation and promotion of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail for the benefit of all the people.
The Mormon Trails Association (MTA) is a non-profit [501(c)(3)] association, located in Salt Lake City, Utah. We sponsor lectures, field trips, and work with other historic trail organizations, whose trails pass through Utah and Wyoming, in research, marking, preservation, and celebration efforts.
The Natchez Trace Parkway Association is a non-profit organization that assists the Natchez Trace Parkway by seeking funding and political support for the National Park Service’s seventh most visited unit.
Ranked among the most remarkable feats to come out of the 1860 American West, the Pony Express was in service from April 1860 to November 1861.