“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.” –Thomas Jefferson, 1816 Much like the diversity that knits the fabric of America, the architecture of the National Parks is wonderfully varied. It seems impossible to discuss the centennial of the National parks without thinking of some of the structures built there. These buildings document our history – some the actual places of historic significance and others as memorials, while many mark the wonders of our nations landscape –  exploding out of rock or perched in stately magnificence while they harmoniously sit within the lands they occupy. From coast to coast we have iconic buildings for people to enjoy. “Liberty Enlightening the…