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Adams, National Historic Site
Adams National Historical Park is located in the City of Quincy, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, approximately ten miles south of Boston. The Park comprises 11 historic structures and a cultural landscape totaling almost 14 acres.


Boston National Historical Park
Discover the revolutionary generation of Bostonians who blazed a trail from colonialism to independence. Boston National Historical Park is an association of sites that together give the visitor a coherent view of the city's role in the nation's history.


Colonial National Historic Park
This park administers two of the most historically significant sites in English North America. Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America in 1607, and Yorktown Battlefield, the final major battle of the American Revolutionary War in 1781.


Fort Ticonderoga home page
Fort Ticonderoga is the site of America's first victory of the Revolutionary War.


George Washington Birthplace, National Monument
People have made the pilgrimage to the birthplace of George Washington since 1815. Visitors from all over the world have come to see where the first President of the United States was born. Today, this 550-acre park memorializes George Washington and the place of his birth.


Independence, National Historic Park
Independence National Historical Park is often referred to as the birthplace of our nation. At the park, visitors can see the Liberty Bell, an international symbol of freedom, and Independence Hall, a World Heritage Site where both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were created.


Minute Man, National Historical Park
Created in 1959, Minute Man National Historical Park preserves and protects the significant historic sites, structures, properties and landscapes associated with the opening battles of the American Revolution.


Saratoga National Historical Park
Site of the first significant American military victory during the Revolution, the Battles of Saratoga rank among the fifteen most decisive battles in world history. Here in 1777 American forces met, defeated and forced a major British army to surrender, which led France to enter the war as a decisive military ally of the struggling Americans.


Thomas Jefferson Memorial
The Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC pays homage to the man who authored the Declaration of American Independence, was America's third President and left an everlasting mark on the creation of 'liberty' for the American people.


Valley Forge, National Historic Park
Of all the places associated with the American War for Independence, perhaps none has come to symbolize perseverance and sacrifice more than Valley Forge. This park pays homage to the ability of everyday Americans to pull together and overcome adversity during extraordinary times.


Washington Monument
This monument in Washington, DC recognizes the leadership of George Washington in the cause of American independence. With the Washington Monument, the citizens of the United States show their enduring gratitude and respect.

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