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  1. 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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  2. Henry Knox

    Washington's Best Man

    The man absolutely essential to General Washington was Henry Knox. He marched his troops to Ft. Ticonderoga, captured its canon, and dragged them through the snow to oust the British from Boston. He directed Washington’s famous trip across the Delaware to surprise the Hessians, and he drilled the artillery at Valley Forge.

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  3. Paul Revere

    Midnight Ride

    Few of the patriots who threw British tea into Boston Harbor were identified in their lifetimes. The master goldsmith, Paul Revere, was a known leader of that act. As a member of the Boston Committee of Correspondence, he was deeply involved in the rebellion. But his fame as the celebrated rider who warned that the British troops were marching out of Boston was primarily the product of Longfellow’s long-remembered and oft-recited poem written in 1861.

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  4. Tuskegee Airmen

    Aces High

    The Tuskegee Experiment produced the first black military aviators in the U.S. armed forces, serving with distinction in World War II. Led by Benjamin O. Davis, the first African American to hold the rank of general in the U.S. Army, they flew 15,500 combat sorties, earning more than 150 Distinguished Flying Crosses and contributed to the eventual integration of the U.S. armed services.

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