|Abbey of Gethsemani||Trappist||1848||Kentucky||Home of Thomas Merton|
|New Melleray Abbey||Trappist||1849||Peosta, Iowa|
|Our Lady of Spring Bank Cistercian Abbey||Common Observance||1920s||Sparta, Wisconsin||Closed 2011. Supported itself with financial investing, real estate, forestry and rental of farmland. It also operated "Laser Monks", which provided recycled laser toner and ink jet cartridges.|
|Monastery of the Holy Spirit||Trappist||1944||Conyers, Georgia|
|Abbey of Our Lady of the Holy Trinity||Trappist||1947||Huntsville, Utah|
|Mount Saint Mary's Abbey||Nuns (Trappist)||1949||Wrentham, Massachusetts||Daughter house of St. Mary's Abbey (Glencairn, Waterford).|
|Mepkin Abbey||Trappist||1949||Moncks Corner, South Carolina|
|Assumption Abbey||Trappist||1950||Ava, Missouri|
|Holy Cross Abbey||Trappist||1950||Berryville, Virginia|
|St. Joseph Abbey||Trappist||1950||Spencer, Massachusetts||Founded as Our Lady of the Valley Abbey in Central Falls, Rhode Island in 1900. Moved 1950 after a fire destroyed most of their buildings.|
|Abbey of the Genesee||Trappist||1951||Piffard, New York|
|Our Lady of Guadalupe Trappist Abbey||Trappist||1955||Lafayette, Oregon||The community moved from the abbey at Pecos, New Mexico (founded 1948) to Oregon, where farming gave higher yields.|
|Abbey of New Clairvaux||Trappist||1955||Vina, California|
|Valley of Our Lady Monastery||Nuns (Common Observance)||1957||Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin||The first Cistercian nunnery in the United States, founded by nuns from the Swiss Abbey of Frauenthal.|
|Our Lady of Dallas Abbey||Common Observance||1958||Irving, Texas|
|Redwoods Monastery||Nuns (Trappist)||1962||Whitethorn, California||Founded from the Cistercian monastery of Nazareth in Belgium.|
|Our Lady of the Mississippi Abbey||Nuns (Trappist)||1964||Dubuque, Iowa||Daughter-house of Mt. St. Mary Abbey in Wrentham, Massachusetts.|
|Monastery of Our Lady of the Angels||Nuns (Trappist)||1987||Crozet, Virginia|
|Our Lady of Fatima Monastery||Common Observance||Mount Laurel, New Jersey|
|St Benedict Monastery||Trappist||1956||Snowmass, Colorado|
|Santa Rita Abbey||Nuns (Trappist)||Sonoita, Arizona|
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