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  1. 1776 - Ladies

    Independence Declared - Ladies

    A handful of brave souls launched American Independence in July, 1776. They pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor. That December, when Thomas Paine wrote about the “times that try men’s souls”, he also wrote “the spirit of fear was not seen in our camp.” The Spirit of ’76 was.

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  2. 2 The Republic - Ladies

    2 The Republic - Ladies

     

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  3. Amelia Earhart - Ladies

    Seizing Opportunity - Ladies

    Amelia Earhart raised the aspirations of 20th century American women by setting altitude records, winning competitions, and flying solo across the Atlantic. Her daring attempt to fly around the world ended tragically on July 2, 1937, but her legendary efforts live on.

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  4. Baldwin Locomotive Works

    Transforming Transportation, Linking the Nation

    In 1876, the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia led the nation in producing steam locomotives. The firm built 232 engines in that centennial year. The most noted was the Jupiter, now housed in the Smithsonian. It was shipped to California on a heavy flatcar and became part of the revolution in transportation that tied the nation together, the far-flung but still United States.

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  5. Be Revolutionary

    Sons and Daughters of Liberty

    From the initial insurrection in Boston, through two centuries of world-wide challenges, the American ship of state has maintained a steady course. It is guided the many brave men and women who have not forgotten the founders’ revolutionary spirit. 

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  6. Be Revolutionary - Ladies Raglan

    Sons and Daughters of Liberty - Ladies Raglan

    From the initial insurrection in Boston, through two centuries of world-wide challenges, the American ship of state has maintained a steady course. It is guided the many brave men and women who have not forgotten the founders’ revolutionary spirit. 

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  7. Be Revolutionary - Raglan

    Sons and Daughters of Liberty - Raglan

    From the initial insurrection in Boston, through two centuries of world-wide challenges, the American ship of state has maintained a steady course. It is guided the many brave men and women who have not forgotten the founders’ revolutionary spirit.

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  8. Be Revolutionary 1776 - Ladies

    Independence Declared - Ladies

    A handful of brave souls launched American Independence in July, 1776. They pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor. That December, when Thomas Paine wrote about the “times that try men’s souls”, he also wrote “the spirit of fear was not seen in our camp.” The Spirit of ’76 was.

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  9. Be Revolutionary 1776 - Ladies Raglan

    Sons and Daughters of Liberty - Ladies Raglan

    From the initial insurrection in Boston, through two centuries of world-wide challenges, the American ship of state has maintained a steady course. It is guided the many brave men and women who have not forgotten the founders’ revolutionary spirit.

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  10. Bear Flag Revolt - Ladies Raglan

    California Republic's Independence - Ladies Raglan

    'Settlers' spread into California. By summer 1846 rising tension between Mexico and America threatened the peace. Americans preempt Mexican control. Leaders like Fremont, Ide & Merritt organized militias, raided the Sonoma outpost, and hoisted the crude, red-painted, cotton sheet, “Bear Flag” that became the rally banner declaring the California Republic's independence. The short-lived republic joined the Union but the Bear Flag remains!

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