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Jan 29 Freethinker's Day (Observed annually in honor of Thomas Paine, born on this date 01/29/1737)
Thomas Paine Journalism The American Revolution Merriam-Webster
Oct 11 United States: General Casimir Pulaski Memorial Day
(Commemoration of Casimir Pulaski on the anniversary of his death: 10/11/1779)
General Casimir Pulaski American Revolution
Sep 13 United States: Commodore John Barry Day
(Commemorates the life of Commodore John Barry: Established by 1981 Presidential Proclamation)
Commodore John Barry Naval History American Revolution Presidential Proclamation
Sep 27
1722
Samuel Adams (Massachusetts-born Patriot) Samuel Adams American Revolution
Nov 17
1736
David Kinnison (Maine-born Patriot Who Fought in the Revolutionary War & War of 1812; Last Surviving Member of the Boston Tea Party) Maine Political and Social Leaders Boston Tea party American Revolution War of 1812 Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities
Jan 12
1737
John Hancock (Massachusetts-born President of the First and Second Continental Congresses: 1775–7) John Hancock Declaration of Independence American Revolution
Jan 28
1737
Thomas Paine (English-born American Patriot Pamphleteer) Thomas Paine Journalism The American Revolution
Jan 21
1738
Ethan Allen (Connecticut-born Revolutionary War Hero) Ethan Allen Vermont The American Revolution History Channel
Dec 31
1738
Charles Cornwallis (English General, Statesman) Charles Cornwallis American Revolution
Jan 14
1741
Benedict Arnold (Connecticut-born American Revolutionary War General; Traitor) Benedict Arnold The American Revolution Notorious Americans
Dec 31
1744
Edward Hand (Irish-American Revolutionary War General; Member of the U.S. Congress from Pennsylvania) Irish Military Leaders Pennsylvania Political and Social Leaders American Revolution U.S. Congress
Jan 1
1745
"Mad" Anthony Wayne (Pennsylvania-born American Revolutionary General) Anthony Wayne American Revolution
Dec 24
1745
Benjamin Rush (Pennsylvania-born Patriot, Physician, Social Reformer) Benjamin Rush Health Care American Revolution
Jan 19
1749
Isaiah Thomas (Boston-born Printer) Massachusetts Artists American Revolution Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities
Jan 19
1750
Isaiah Thomas (Massachusetts-born Printer, Patriot Pamphleteer and Publisher of Children's Author) Massachusetts Authors & Illustrators Primary Children's Authors Journalism American Revolution
Aug 21
1754
Banastre Tarleton (English Slave Trader) Notorious English Slavery American Revolution History Channel
Oct 13
1754
Molly Pitcher (New Jersey Military Figure in the American Revolution) Molly Pitcher American Revolution
Nov 13
1754
Molly Pitcher (New Jersey Military Figure in the American Revolution) Molly Pitcher American Revolution
Jan 11
1755
Alexander Hamilton (Jamaican-born Founder of the U.S. Banking System) Alexander Hamilton U.S. Government U.S. Treasury The American Revolution
Sep 6
1757
Marquis de Lafayette (French General and Aristocrat) Marquis de Lafayette American Revolution
Dec 17
1760
Deborah Sampson (Massachusetts-born Woman Who Served in the American Revolution Disguised as a Man) Deborah Sampson American Revolution Women
Dec 21
1761
Robert Barnwell (South Carolina-born American Revolutionary War Patriot, Hero) South Carolina Political and Social Leaders American Revolution History Channel
Jan 31
1764
David Blackshear (North Carolina-born Georgia Militia General; Namesake of Blackshear, Georgia) North Carolina Military Figures Blackshear, Georgia American Revolution University of Georgia
Oct 16
1793
John Hancock (Massachusetts-born American Patriot, Signer of the Declaration of Independence) John Hancock Declaration of Independence American Revolution
Nov 24
1888
Margaret Davis Cate (Georgia-born Educator, Historian) Georgia Carolina Political and Social Leaders Educators of Note U.S. History Revolutionary War American Civil War University of Georgia

Deaths
Persons of Historic Significance Who Have Died on This Date
Sep 22
1776
Nathan Hale (Connecticut-born Patriot Hanged by the British as a Spy) Nathan Hale The American Revolution
Jan 22
1779
Claudius Smith (Rebel Tory Leader, Hanged in Goshen, New York) Goshen, New York American Revolution Capital Punishment History Channel
Oct 11
1779
General Casimir Pulaski (Polish Nobleman, Killed Fighting for American Independence During the Revolutionary War Battle of Savannah, GA) General Casimir Pulaski American Revolution
Oct 2
1780
John André (British Officer Hanged as a Spy for Benedict Arnold) Benedict Arnold Hanging of John André Capital Punishment University of Michigan Chambers Book of Days History Channel Library of Congress
Dec 15
1796
"Mad" Anthony Wayne (Pennsylvania-born Revolutionary War General) Anthony Wayne American Military Leaders American Revolution State of Michigan
Oct 28
1800
Artemas Ward (Massachusetts-born Revolutionary War General) Massachusetts Military Figures American Revolution Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities
Dec 26
1800
John Patten (Delaware-born Veteran of the Revolutionary War; Member of the U.S. Congress) Delaware Political and Social Leaders Revolutionary War U.S. Congress State of Delaware
Sep 13
1803
John Barry (Irish-born Father of the U.S. Navy) John Barry U.S. Military Leaders American Revolution
Oct 2
1803
Samuel Adams (Massachusetts-born Patriot; Signer of the Declaration of Independence) Sam Adams Declaration of Independence American Revolution
Dec 30
1803
Francis Lewis (Welsh-American Signer of the Declaration of Independence from New York) Welsh Poltical and Social Leaders New York Poltical and Social Leaders Colonial New York Declaration of Independence American Revolution History Channel

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Nov 14
1754
Massachusetts Author, Playwright, Historian; Mercy Otis, Marries James Warren Massachusetts Authors American Women Authors American Revolution Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities
Jan 28
1770
Lord Frederick North Begins His Administration as Prime Minister of England English Political and Social Leaders Colonial America American Revolution Chambers Book of Days
Oct 16
1773
Philadelphia Resolutions Criticize Tea Act Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Colonial Pennsylvania American Revolution History Channel
Dec 16
1773
The Sons of Liberty Dump 342 Cases of Tea into Boston Harbor to Protest Tea Tax The Boston Tea Party Colonial Massachusetts Taxes The American Revolution Historic UK History Channel
Dec 25
1773
The East India Company Ship Polly Loaded with Tea from England Is Turned Back at Philadelphia England Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Naval History Taxes American Revolution State of Delaware
Sep 3
1774
George Washington Stays Overnight in New Castle, Delaware Traveling From His Home in Mount Vernon, Virginia to the Continental Congress, Philadelphia New Castle, Delaware George Washington American Revolution State of Delaware
Sep 5
1774
First Continental Congress Is Convened Continental Congress American Revolution Writer's Almanac History Channel
Oct 10
1774
The Battle of Point Pleasant Is Fought Great Britain Virginia West Virginia American Revolution West Virginia State Archives
Jan 12
1775
Residents of Georgia's St. Andrew's Parish Adopt Resolutions in Support of the Colonial Liberties Georgia Colonial America American Revolution University of Georgia
Aug 23
1775
King George III Proclaims American Colonies to be in State of Rebellion American Revolution Britannia
Sep 25
1775
British Capture Ethan Allen as He Leads Invasion of Montreal Ethan Allen Vermont Military Leaders American Revolution History Channel
Oct 9
1775
Lord Dartmouth Orders British Officers to North Carolina Great Britain North Carolina Colonial North Carolina American Revolution History Channel
Nov 5
1775
General George Washington Condemns His Troops' "Childish" Practice of Celebrating Guy Fawkes' Day Guy Fawkes George Washington Holidays and Celebreations American Revolution History Channel
Nov 7
1775
Virginia's Deposed Royal Governor, Lord Dunmore, Offers Freedom to Male Slaves If They Serve the British Army Great Britain Virginia Colonial Virginia Slavery American Revolution African-American Heritage Virginia Historical Society
Dec 8
1775
Americans Begin the Siege of Quebec Canada Siege of Quebec History Channel
Dec 9
1775
Patriots Are Victorious at Great Bridge; Drive the British Out of Virginia Virginia American Revolution The History Channel
The Continental Congress Orders Delaware to Organize a Battalion of Troops Delaware Continental Congress American Revolution State of Delaware
Dec 13
1775
The Continental Congress Authorizes Construction of the First Warship to Bear the Name Delaware Delaware Continenetal Congress Naval Military History American Revolution U.S. Navy State of Delaware
Dec 31
1775
Patriot Forces under Colonel Benedict Arnold Fail to Capture the City of Québec under Cover of Darkness and Snowfall Québec, Canada American Revolution History Channel
Jan 1
1776
Four British Warships Fire on Norfolk, Virginia with British soldiers Burning Warehouses and Waterfront Buildings Norfolk, Virginia American Revolution Naval Military History Virginia Historical Society
Jan 2
1776
Continental Congress Publishes the "Tory Act" Resolution Describing Treatment for Americans Remaining Loyal to King George The Continential Congress King George of England American Revolution History Channel
Jan 10
1776
Thomas Paine Publishes the First Edition of Common Sense Thomas Paine The American Revolution American Collection Writer's Almanac
North Carolina's Exiled Royal Governor Calls for Loyalists to Combat the Revolutionaries North Carolina The American Revolution History Channel
Jan 13
1776
British Raid Prudence Island in Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay Great Britain Rhode Island American Revolution History Channel
Jan 16
1776
British Warships Arrive at Savannah, Georgia Georgia Colonial History American Revolution Naval History University of Georgia
Patriots Take Georgia Colony's Royal Governor into Custody Georgia Colonial History American Revolution The History Channel
Jan 24
1776
Henry Knox Delivers to General Washington the Artillery to Force the British from Boston Boston, Massachusetts George Washington American Revolutionary  War Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities
Jan 25
1776
The First National War Memorial Is Authorized by the Continental Congress U.S. Congress Revolutionary War Historic Firsts New York Architecture History Channel
Aug 26
1776
General Washington Orders the Dispersal of Documents Encouraging Hessian Mercenary Soldiers to Desert the British Army Great Britain Germany George Washington American Revolution History Channel
Aug 27
1776
British Forces Defeat George Washington's Patriot Troops at the Battle of Brooklyn Heights in New York New York City George Washington American Revolution History Channel
Sep 10
1776
Nathan Hale Volunteers to Spy Behind British Lines Nathan Hale George Washington Revolutionary War History Channel
Sep 22
1776
Nathan Hale Proclaims 'I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country' before Being Hanged Nathan Hale American Revolution Capitol Punishment Library of Congress
Oct 1
1776
The French Commit to Provide Weapons to American Patriots France American Revolution History Channel
Oct 3
1776
U.S. Congress Borrows $5 Million U.S. Congress Business & Economics The American Revolution History Channel
Oct 11
1776
Benedict Arnold Suffers Heavy Losses on Lake Champlain Benedict Arnold The American Revolution Naval History New York Times
Oct 21
1776
Colonel John Haslet's Delaware Regiment Helps Defend New York City by Defeating a Unit of Tories at Mamaroneck, New York New York City Delaware Military Figures American Revolution State of Delaware
Nov 16
1776
3,000 Hessian Mercenary Soldiers Capture Long Island's Fort Washington New York Revolutionary War Forts History Channel
Nov 19
1776
Congress Pleads for the States to Send More Soldiers to Serve in the Continental Army Continental Congress American Revolution History Channel
Dec 8
1776
George Washington's Retreating Army Crosses Delaware River from NJ to PA New Jersey Pennsylvania George Washington American Revolution New York Times
Dec 19
1776
Thomas Paine Publishes His First "American Crisis" Paper Thomas Paine Journalism American Revolution History Channel Writer's Almanac
Dec 25
1776
General Washington's 5,400 Troops Cross the Delaware River to Surprise Hessian Forces Celebrating Christmas in Trenton, New Jersey Trenton, New Jersey George Washington Naval Military History American Revolution History Channel
Dec 26
1776
Washington Achieves First Major U.S. Victory by Surprising Hessian Forces at Trenton, New Jersey Trenton, New Jersey George Washington American Revolution Historic Firsts History Channel Writer's Alamanc
Jan 3
1777
George Washington Routs Cornwallis's Forces At the Battle of Princeton Charles Cornwallis George Washington The American Revolution New York Times
Jan 20
1777
Patriot Militia Defeat 500 British Troops At Millstone, New Jersey Millstone Township, New Jersey American Revolution History Channel
Jan 28
1777
British General, John Burgoyne, Submits a Plan to Isolate New England from the Other Colonies British Military Figures Colonial America American Revolution History Channel
Jan 29
1777
Americans Retreat from Fort Independence in New York New York American Revolution Forts History Channel
Aug 24
1777
General Washington Establishes Wilmington, Delaware as the Headquarters for the Continental Army Wilmington, Delaware George Washington American Revolution State of Delaware
Aug 31
1777
Indian Allies of the British Attack Fort Henry in Ohio Ohio Native American Studies Forts Revolutionary War The History Channel
Sep 3
1777
The American flag Is Flown in Battle for the First Time at a Skirmish at Cooch's Bridge, Maryland Maryland U.S. Flags and Symbols American Revolution Firsts History Channel
Sep 6
1777
General George Washington Holds a Council of War with His Staff at the Hale-Byrnes House in Stanton, Delaware Delaware George Washington American Revolutions State of Delaware
Sep 9
1777
Washington's Army Marches from Wilmington, Delaware To Chadd's Ford, Pennsylvania to Prevent the British from Entering Philadelphia Great Britain Wilmington, Delaware Philadelphia, Pennsylvania American Revolution State of Delaware
Sep 11
1777
British Defeat Washington at the Battle of Brandywine Great Britain Pennsylvania George Washington The American Revolution Independence Hall Association
Sep 12
1777
The British 71st Regiment, Fraser's Highlanders, Captures Delaware's Governor Along with State Monies and Records Great Britain Delaware Revolutionary War State of Delaware
Sep 19
1777
Continental Army Defeats British at Saratoga New York American Revolution Library of Congress
Sep 26
1777
British Troops Occupy Philadelphia Philadelphia American Revolution Library of Congress
Sep 27
1777
A Company of Militia from Hampshire County, Virginia Is Ambushed by Native Americans in the "Narrows," South of Wheeling Hampshire County, West Virginia Native-American Heritage Revolutionary War West Virginia State Archives
Sep 30
1777
Fleeing British Occupation of Philadelphia, Continental Congress Reconvenes in York, PA Pennsylvania U.S. Congress American Revolution Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Oct 4
1777
Howe Repels Washington at Germantown, but Colonials Gain Confidence Pennsylvania George Washington Battle of Germantown New York Times
Oct 7
1777
The Second Battle of Saratoga Begins New York The Battle of Saratoga The Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce
Oct 12
1777
The British Fleet Sets Anchor on the Delaware River Great Britain Delaware Naval Military History American Revolution State of Delaware
Oct 17
1777
British Surrender at Saratoga, New York Battle of Saratoga New York Times
Oct 23
1777
Patriots at Fort Mifflin Bombard a British Fleet Severely Damaging 6 Ships and Killing 60 Pennsylvania American Revolution Naval Military History Death Official Website History Channel
Dec 11
1777
British Delay Washington's March to Valley Forge Great Britain Valley Forge History Channel
Dec 17
1777
France Formally Recognizes the United States as a Sovereign Nation France The American Revolution History Channel
Dec 18
1777
U.S. Celebrates Its First National Day of Thanksgiving Commemorating Victory at the Battle of Saratoga American Revolution Thanksgiving Day Historic Firsts History Channel
Dec 19
1777
Continental Army Enters Winter Camp at Valley Forge Pennsylvania Valley Forge History Channel
Dec 21
1777
General George Washington Orders Troops to Move to Wilmington, Delaware and Protect the Flour Mills Wilmington, Delaware George Washington American Revolution State of Delaware
Sep 26
1778
The Continental Congress Names General Benjamin Lincoln Commander of the Southern Department of the U.S. Continental Army The Continental Congress American Revolution University of Georgia
Oct 8
1778
In New York, Soldiers of the Continental Army Burn to the Ground the Deserted Mohawk Village of Unadilla New York Mohawk Fire Safety American Revolutuion History Channel
Nov 11
1778
Tories and Mohawk Indians Attack the Village of Cherry Valley, New York, Killing 47 New York Mohawk Indians Revolutionary War Death Cooperstown Network
Nov 27
1778
England's Carlisle Commission Returns Home Having Failed to Negotiate Peace with the Colonies England American Revolution U.S. Treasury
Dec 17
1778
Americans at Fort Sackville in Vincennes Surrender to a Superior British and Indian force Great Britain Vincennes Indiana Native American Heritage Forts The American Revolution Indiana Historical Society
Dec 29
1778
British Forces Capture Savannah, Georgia Great Britain Savannah, Georgia American Revolution History Channel University of Georgia
Jan 22
1779
Rebel Tory Leader, Claudius Smith, Is Hanged in Goshen, New York Goshen, New York American Revolution Capital Punishment Death History Channel
Jan 26
1779
400 Patriots and British Loyalists Skirmish on the Banks of Savannah, Georgia's McIntosh Creek Savannah, Georgia American Revolution History Channel
Jan 29
1779
British Forces under Lt.-Col. Archibald Campbell Capture Augusta, Georgia Great Britain Augusta, Georgia American Revolution University of Georgia
Aug 19
1779
Americans Capture British Garrison at Paulus Hook, New Jersey New Jersey History American Revolution The HistoryNet
Sep 3
1779
A French Fleet of 22 Ships and 4,000 Men Arrives Off the Georgia Coast to Help Take Savannah from the British Great Britain France Savannah, Georgia Naval Military History American Revolution University of Georgia
Sep 21
1779
Bernardo de Galvez, Spanish Governor of Louisiana, Captures Baton Rouge from British Louisiana American Revolution Hispanic Heritage Foundation for Historical Louisiana
Sep 23
1779
John Paul Jones Declares "I have not yet begun to fight!" John Paul Jones American Revolution Naval History U.S. Navy
Sep 27
1779
John Adams Chosen to Negotiate Revolutionary War's Peace Terms with Britain Great Britain John Adams Revolutionary War New York Times
Oct 11
1779
Casimir Pulaski Is Killed at the Battle of Savannah, Georgia General Casimir Pulaski Georgia American Revolution Death New York Times
Dec 9
1779
A Day of Thanksgiving Is Declared in Delaware by President Caesar Rodney Delaware Thanksgiving American Revolution State of Delaware
Jan 16
1780
British Ships Defeat Spanish in the Moonlight Battle Off Portugal's Coast Great Britain Spain American Revolution Naval History History Channel
Sep 4
1780
Patriot Francis Marion's Carolina Militia Routs Loyalists at Blue Savannah, South Carolina South Carolina American Revolution History Channel
Sep 21
1780
Benedict Arnold Informs British Spy John André of Weaknesses at West Point Benedict Arnold American Revolution Notorious Americans University of Michigan
Sep 23
1780
Spy John André Captured - Papers Reveal Benedict Arnold as Traitor Benedict Arnold American Revolution Notorious Americans University of Michigan
Oct 2
1780
British Spy John André Is Hanged Benedict Arnold Hanging of John André Capital Punishment University of Michigan Chambers Book of Days History Channel Library of Congress
Oct 15
1780
1,000 British Regulars, Hessians, Loyalists and Indians Launch a Failed Attack Upon Middleburgh, New York Great Britain Middleburgh, New York Native American Heritage American Revolution History Channel
Dec 27
1780
American Troops Destroy a British Force Terrorizing Patriots Near South Carolina's Bush River Great Britain South Carolina American Revolution History Channel
Jan 1
1781
1,500 Soldiers Kill Three Officers and Abandon the Continental Army's Winter Camp at Morristown, New Jersey Morristown, New Jersey American Revolution Death History Channel
Jan 5
1781
British Naval Expedition Led By Benedict Arnold Burns Richmond, Virginia Great Britain Virginia Benedict Arnold Revolutionary War Virginia Historical Society Library of Congress
Jan 17
1781
Patriot Forces Rout the British at the Battle of Cowpens, South Carolina South Carolina American Revolution History Channel
Jan 24
1781
Patriot Militia Raid 200 British Troops in Georgetown, South Carolina Georgetown, South Carolina American Revolutionary  War History Channel
Aug 29
1781
A 24-Ship, 3,500-Man French Naval Force Arrives Near the Chesapeake Bay France Virginia Naval Military History American Revolution Virginia Historical Society
Sep 2
1781
2,500 Continental Troops and 4,000 French Troops Camp in Wilmington, Delaware French Military Leaders Wilmington, Delaware American Revolution State of Delaware
Sep 28
1781
American Forces and French Fleet Begin Siege of Yorktown Heights, VA Virginia American Revolution New York Times
Oct 9
1781
The Battle of Yorktown Begins American Revolution Writer's Almanac
Oct 19
1781
Revolutionary War Ends: Cornwallis Surrenders to Washington in Yorktown, VA Charles Cornwallis George Washington Cornwallis' Surrender Library of Congress
Oct 29
1781
In Yorktown, Virginia, British Officers Surrender to American and French Forces, Effectively Ending the Revolutionary War Great Britain France Yorktown, Virginia Revolutionary War Virginia Historical Society
Dec 28
1781
British Troops Are Posted at John's Island, Just Uutside of Charleston, South Carolina Great Britain John's Island Revolutionary War History Channel
Sep 12
1782
Elizabeth Zane Makes a Daring Run to Procure Gunpowder for the Defenders of West Virginia's Fort Henry, Besieged by Native American Forces Wheeling, West Virginia Forts Native-American Heritage American Women in thre Military Revolutionary War West Virginia State Archives
Nov 30
1782
U.S. and Britain Sign Preliminary Articles in Paris, Ending Revolutionary War Great Britain American Revolution Historic U.S. Documents University of Georgia
Sep 3
1783
Treaty of Paris Signing Ends the American Revolution American Revolution Treaty of Paris Writer's Almanac Library of Congress History Channel Minnesota Historical Society Wisconsin Historical Society
Nov 25
1783
British Evacuate New York City New York British History American Revolution History Channel
Dec 4
1783
In Manhattan, General George Washington Says Farewell to Officers of the Continental Army New York City George Washington American Revolution Writer's Almanac Library of Congress
Dec 16
1783
George Washington Passes through Wilmington, Delaware on His Way to Annapolis, Maryland to Resign His Military Commission Before Congress Wilmington, Delaware Annapolis, Maryland George Washington The American Revolution State of Delaware
Dec 23
1783
George Washington Resigns as Commander in Chief of the Continental Army George Washington American Revolution History Channel Library of Congress
Jan 14
1784
Continental Congress. Ratifies Treaty of Paris Ending Revolutionary War and Officially Establishing the U,S. as a Sovereign Nation The Treaty of Paris The American Revolution Library of Congress
Oct 23
1784
Virginia Emancipates Slaves Who Fought in the Revolutionary War Virginia American Revolution Slavery African-American History University of Houston
Nov 19
1794
U.S. and Great Britain Sign Jay Treaty, Resolving Issues Left Over From the Revolutionary War Britain Historic U.S. Documents American Revolution New York Times
Sep 1
1796
U.S. Troops Take Formal Possession of Fort Mackinac from the British Michigan Forts American Revolution State of Michigan
Dec 26
1799
George Washington Is Eulogized by Colonel Henry Lee as "first in war, first in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen." George Washington American Presidents American Revolution New York Times
Oct 6
1824
The Marquis de Lafayette Is Celebrated in Wilmington, Delaware Marquis de Lafayette Wilmington, Delaware American Revolution State of Delaware
Sep 7
1825
Having Completed His Final Visit of the U.S., the Marquis de Lafayette Sets Sail for France Marquis de Lafayette American Revolution State of Delaware
Dec 23
1830
Stewart County Is Created As Georgia's 78th County, Named for Daniel Stewart, an Officer in the American Revolution and War of 1812 Stewart County, Georgia American Revolution War of 1812 University of Georgia
Oct 11
1853
Cornerstone Is Set for Monument to Casimir Pulaski in Savannah, Georgia General Casimir Pulaski Georgia American Revolution Iowa State Historical Society
Dec 23
1856
Named for Revolutionary War Hero, the Marquis de Lafayette of France, Lafayette County, Florida Is Created as the State's 33rd County Marquis de Lafayette Lafayette County, Florida American Revolution Florida Historical Society
Oct 11
1890
Daughters of the American Revolution Founded The American Revolution Women Daughters of the American Revolution
Oct 31
1914
A Monument Is Dedicated to the Delaware Troops Who Spent the Winter of 1777-78 at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania with General Washington Valley Forge, Pennsylvania Delaware Military Figures George Washington Valley Forge State of Delaware
Jan 16
1931
U.S. Post Office Issues Commemorative Stamp Honoring Polish Patriot Casimir Pulaski Casimir Pulaski U.S. Postal Service American Revolution University of Georgia
Sep 22
1940
A Bronze Statue of Paul Revere Is Unveiled in the Shadow of Boston's Old North Church Paul Revere Art American Revolution Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities
Oct 11
1979
U.S. Postal Service Issues Post Card Commemorating Death of Casimir Pulaski General Casimir Pulaski American Revolution U.S. Postal Service University of Georgia

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