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We start off the New Year by recognizing something unique – a new museum – The Museum of the American Revolution, in the historic heart of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, just two blocks from Independence Hall.

 

 

The Museum of the American Revolution, which opened to the public on April 19th last year (the anniversary of the first battle of the war, at Lexington & Concord in 1775), is dedicated to telling the story of the remarkable events that lead to the creation of The United States. It features permanent and special exhibition galleries, theaters and fascinating large-scale tableaux that are sure to catch the imagination of all visitors, and – of course – a well-appointed gift shop, where you can pick up souvenirs of this revolutionary experience and some Cartridge Candy. Tell them Sutler Cyrus sent you.

 

Check back on March 1st to see where “mini-me” goes next!

 

 

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LINKS TO INTERESTING HISTORICAL SITES AND MUSEUMS TO VISIT, LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY STATE AND PROVINCE! SEE “EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS”!

 

2018 marks the 150th Anniversary of the re-naming of Town of Wakefield, previously South Reading. The script above is an enlargement of Cyrus Wakefield’s signature. See “about us” for the full story.

 

 

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