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Daniel Morgan, generale americano

Daniel Morgan, generale americano

Tadeusz Kościuszko founded Westpoint

Tadeusz Kościuszko founded Westpoint

James Otis - Lawyer of Massachusetts

James Otis - Lawyer of Massachusetts

On April 14, 1775 Benjamin Rush was among those who founded the first American antislavery society.

On April 14, 1775 Benjamin Rush was among those who founded the first American antislavery society.

John Morton was the first signer of the Declaration of Independence to die. He died on April 1, 1777. On his death bed and six years before American independence was achieved he said "the hour would yet come, when it would be acknowledged, that his vote for American Independence was the most illustrious act of his life."

John Morton was the first signer of the Declaration of Independence to die. He died on April 1, 1777. On his death bed and six years before American independence was achieved he said "the hour would yet come, when it would be acknowledged, that his vote for American Independence was the most illustrious act of his life."

George Rogers Clark, portrait by Matthew Jouett

George Rogers Clark, portrait by Matthew Jouett

General Daniel Morgan was a general in the Revolutionary War, a talented battlefield tactician, and a politician. He took part in two of the most important turning points in the revolution.

General Daniel Morgan was a general in the Revolutionary War, a talented battlefield tactician, and a politician. He took part in two of the most important turning points in the revolution.

Esther de Berdt Reed (1745-1780) was active in the American Revolutionary War as a civic leader for soldiers' relief, who formed and led the Ladies Association of Philadelphia to provide aid for George Washington's troops during the war. The ladies raised more than $7000 in support of the war. At the suggestion of General Washington, the group then used the funds to purchase linen and sew clothing for American troops. More than 2,200 shirts for the soldiers were created.

Esther de Berdt Reed (1745-1780) was active in the American Revolutionary War as a civic leader for soldiers' relief, who formed and led the Ladies Association of Philadelphia to provide aid for George Washington's troops during the war. The ladies raised more than $7000 in support of the war. At the suggestion of General Washington, the group then used the funds to purchase linen and sew clothing for American troops. More than 2,200 shirts for the soldiers were created.

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Hotels your kids will love and trips they’ll remember forever. Choose from kid-friendly destinations like Orlando, Anaheim, Houston, and New York City. Enjoy member-exclusive rates in select cities when you book with IHG.

Faces of the American revolution: Amazing early photographs which document some of the heroes of the War for Independence in their later yea...

Faces of the American revolution: Amazing early photographs which document some of the heroes of the War for Independence in their later years

Faces of the American revolution: Amazing early photographs which document some of the heroes of the War for Independence in their later yea...

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