From Houston's Astrodome to America's first permanent English settlement, the National Trust for Historic Preservation has released this year's list of America's 11 most endangered historic places:
Rancho Cucamonga Chinatown house -- The last surviving example of Chinese workers housing in California's Cucamonga Valley is threatened by possible demolition.
The Astrodome -- Houston's engineering marvel and an iconic piece of 20th century Americana threatened by demolition, according to the National Trust.
Abyssinian meeting house -- This third-oldest standing African-American meeting house, found in Portland, Maine, is in need of funding to complete restoration.
Worldport Terminal at JFK Airport -- The Port Authority of New York/New Jersey and Delta Air Lines plan to demolish the iconic Worldport Terminal and build a new one.
Village of Mariemont -- An important example of town planning, Ohio's Village of Mariemont is threatened by a proposed transportation project.
Mountain View Black Officers Club -- One of the most significant examples of a military service club built specifically for African-American officers, the Mountain View Black Officer’s Club in Fort Huachuca, Ariz., faces demolition by the U.S. Army.
Historic rural schoolhouses of Montana -- Montana's vast collection of historic one-and two room schoolhouses is threatened by declining population.
Kake Cannery -- Kake Cannery played a key role in Alaska's canning industry for generations, but is now deteriorating rapidly.
James River -- Jamestown, America’s first permanent English settlement, was founded along the banks of the James River in 1607. The river is now threatened by a proposed power line project that would compromise historic cultural areas surrounding it.
San Jose Church -- One of the few remaining Spanish Gothic architecture structures in the Western Hemisphere, the San Jose Church in San Juan, Puerto Rico, is threatened by deterioration and structural damage.
Gay Head Lighthouse -- One of the first lighthouses built on Martha's Vineyard, the Gay Head Lighthouse is in immediate danger of toppling over the edge of the Gay Head Cliffs in Aquinnah, Mass.
Read more about this year's endangered historic sites here.