Tag Archives: Daughters of the American Revolution

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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