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Landmarks of the American Revolution - Pt II
Description: Part II of a Ford Educational Library film about the American Revolution.

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Clip #: MF-33A
Length: 15:59
Year: 1920
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1920s
Region: North America
Country: United States
Subject: Government
Original: 35mm
Keywords:
1920s, American Revolution, Revolutionary War, Lexington, Massachusetts, Buckman Tavern, Battle Green, Munroe Tavern, site of the first meeting house, Jonathan Harrington house, men looking at Line of the Minutemen Historical Marker, Memorial, monument to Captain Parker, Revolutionary Monument, Concord, street scene, Wright Tavern, Concord River, Old North Bridge, Minute Man Statue, woman with dog looking at grave of British soldier, Monument Square, map of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and New York showing Schuylkill River, Delaware River, Philadelphia, Germantown, Brandywine, Valley Forge and Trenton, Carpenter’s Hall, Independence Hall, street scenes, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Valley Forge, Valley Forge Park, skyline, people outside and entering General Washington’s Headquarters, Fort Washington, New York Campaign, cannons and flag, portrait George Washington, Benjamin Franklin’s Grave, Christ Church Burial Ground, George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate, Virginia, Washington Monument in Richmond, Washington Monument in Washington D.C., portrait of John Adams, portrait of Thomas Jefferson, Pine Tree Flag, Gadsden Flag, Don’t Tread On Me Flag, Cambridge Flag, Betsy Ross Flag, “Old Glory,” Betsy Ross House, Statue of Liberty


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