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The American Revolution

The American Revolution The National Park Service has created this detailed website highlighting the historic events which took place. Content includes a timeline, online activities for teachers and students, and a schedule for National Park events.
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The American Revolution: The National Park Service has created this detailed website highlighting the historic events which took place. Content includes a timeline, online activities for teachers and students, and a schedule for National Park events.

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