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The Shot Heard in Youngstown?

Emerging Revolutionary War welcomes historian Dan Welch As we commemorate the 244th anniversary of the engagements at Lexington and Concord, it is an opportunity to reflect upon this moment’s importance in American history. The results of what happened in April … Continue reading

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Standing on a Street Corner…

Now I know what you are thinking…the famous song by The Eagles. But, no. Continuing a theme from the last post, military history in Orlando, I did find myself standing on a street corner, South Summerlin Avenue and Gaitlin Avenue. … Continue reading

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DAR Exhibit Showcases Rev War Material Culture

The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) are showcasing a collection of unique historical objects tied to the Revolutionary War. The exhibit, “Remembering the American Revolution: 1776-1890,” opened at the DAR Museum on October 9 and will run through September … Continue reading

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