Name a Valid National Park Site in each State

Every US state and permanently inhabited territory, with the exception of the Northern Mariana Islands, has at least one National Park Service site. Can you name one for each state or territory?
Exceptionally long sites, like parkways and trails, have been excluded
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Last updated: January 20, 2021
First submittedMay 8, 2020
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State
Answer
Alabama
Birmingham Civil Rights, Tuskeegee Airmen, etc.
Alaska
Denali, Gates of the Arctic, Bering Land Bridge, etc.
American Samoa
National Park of American Samoa
Arizona
Grand Canyon, Saguaro, Organ Pipe Cactus, etc.
Arkansas
Hot Springs, Little Rock Central, Arkansas Post, etc.
California
Yosemite, Sequoia, Muir Woods, etc.
Colorado
Rocky Mountain, Mesa Verde, Dinosaur, etc.
Connecticut
Weir Farm
Delaware
First State
Florida
Everglades, Biscayne, Gulf Islands, etc.
Georgia
Martin Luther King Jr., Jimmy Carter, Cumberland Island, etc.
Guam
War in the Pacific
Hawaii
Hawaii Volcanoes, Haleakala, Pearl Harbor, etc.
Idaho
Craters of the Moon, City of Rocks, Yellowstone, etc.
Illinois
Lincoln Home, Pullman
Indiana
Indiana Dunes, George Rogers Clark, Lincoln Boyhood
Iowa
Effigy Mounts, Herbert Hoover
Kansas
Tallgrass Prairie, Brown v. BOE, Fort Scott, etc.
Kentucky
Mammoth Cave, Abraham Lincoln Birthplace, Cumberland Gap, etc.
Louisiana
New Orleans Jazz, Jean Lafitte, Poverty Point, etc.
Maine
Acadia, Katahdin Woods & Waters, Saint Croix Island
Maryland
Fort McHenry, Antietam, Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad, etc.
Massachusetts
Boston Harbor Island, Cape Cod, Springfield Armory, etc.
Michigan
Isle Royale, Pictured Rocks, Sleeping Bear Dunes, etc.
Minnesota
Voyageurs, Pipestone, Grand Portage, etc.
Mississippi
Gulf Islands, Shiloh, Vicksburg, etc.
Missouri
Gateway Arch, Ozark Scenic Riverways, Harry S. Truman, etc.
Montana
Glacier, Yellowstone, Little Bighorn, etc.
State
Answer
Nebraska
Agate Fossil Bed, Niobrara, Scott's Bluff, etc.
Nevada
Death Valley, Great Basin, Lake Mead, etc.
New Hampshire
Saint Gaudens
New Jersey
Statue of Liberty, Great Egg Harbor, Thomas Edison, etc.
New Mexico
Carlsbad Caverns, Petroglyph, White Sands, etc.
New York
Statue of Liberty, Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace, Stonewall, etc.
North Carolina
Great Smoky Mountains, Wright Brothers, Cape Hatteras, etc.
North Dakota
Theodore Roosevelt, Fort Union Trading Post, Knife River Indian Villages
Ohio
Cuyahoga valley, First Ladies, Buffalo Soldier, etc.
Oklahoma
Chickasaw, Washita
Oregon
Crater Lake, Lewis and Clark, Fort Vancouver, etc.
Pennsylvania
Allegheny Portage, Valley Forge, Thaddeus Kosciuszko, etc.
Puerto Rico
San Juan Historic Site
Rhode Island
Blackstone River Valley, Roger Williams
South Carolina
Congaree, Fort Sumter, Flight 96, etc.
South Dakota
Badlands, Mount Rushmore, Wind Cave, etc.
Tennessee
Great Smoky Mountains, Andrew Johnson, Cumberland Gap, etc.
Texas
Big Bend, Padre Island, Guadelupe Mountains, etc.
Utah
Arches, Zion, Cedar Breaks, etc.
Vermont
Marsh Billings Rockefeller
Virgin Islands
Virgin Islands National Park, Salt River Bay, Buck Islands, etc.
Virginia
Shenandoah, Appomattox Courthouse, Robert E. Lee, etc.
Washington
Mount Rainier, Olympic, North Cascades, etc.
Washington DC
Washington Monument, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, National Mall, etc.
West Virginia
Bluestone, Harper's Ferry, New River Gorge, etc.
Wisconsin
Apostle Island, Saint Croix
Wyoming
Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Devil's Tower, etc.
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