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10 British Things About Tulsa, OK

In the early 19th century, members of the Lochapoka and Creek tribes named their newfound territory Tallasi, which means “old creek.” The name later changed to Tulsa when Mayor Colonel Edward E. Calkins took over the area in 1898. Tulsa may not have British roots, but it sure has British heart, just take a look […]


10 British Things About Savannah, GA

Savannah, Georgia is the oldest city in the state and was founded as a colony by the British in 1733. It led as a port city in the American Revolutionary War and during the American Civil War. Now, it’s quite a fascinating place with a beautiful historic/Victorian quarter and loads of British/Scottish stuff to see […]

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10 British Things about Madison, WI

Named for the greatly admired forefather of America, James Madison, Madison, Wisconsin‘s origins date back to the 1820s. While an authentically all-American town, having served as a center for the Union Army during the Civil War, Madison has quite a variety of British things to taste, purchase, sort through, and admire: 1. Madison British Car […]

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10 British Things About Bergen County, NJ

New Jersey, particularly Bergen County, is a logical location for British expats to migrate to, being just a hop, skip and a jump from New York City. While the bustling city can be alluring at first glance, the slower pace of the towns and suburbs of New Jersey have an equal draw. Don’t get us […]

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10 British Things About Columbia, South Carolina

The Columbia Regional Visitors Center highlights Columbia, South Carolina’s most popular attractions including Riverbanks Zoo & Garden, South Carolina State Museum, Saluda Shoals Park and Congaree National Park (just outside of the city). Let’s add these 10 British things going on in SC’s state capital to the list of must-sees: 1. The British Bulldog Pub […]

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10 British Things About Little Rock, AR

Little Rock, AR is proud to have been a stop on the way to the White House for Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton. The Old State House in Little Rock was the site of his first election night victory celebration, which he returned to in 1996 for his second win. If you’re in Little Rock, and looking […]

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10 British Things About Albuquerque, NM

The city of Albuquerque, NM acted as the backdrop for AMC’s hit show Breaking Bad. The success of the show has become an attraction in itself, drawing viewers who want to retrace the characters’ steps. Even if you’re not a fan of Breaking Bad, Albuquerque is a great place to visit. The Southwestern city was voted one of […]

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10 British Things About Honolulu, HI

When you think of an ideal vacation spot, Honolulu, Hawaii comes to mind. The island getaway is filled with treasured landmarks like the Aloha Tower and Diamond Head Mountain. The Hawaiian state flag has the Union Jack on it, so we’re not too surprised to find British influences throughout the state capital. Check out these 10 […]