Sign of the Sorrel Horse
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... a park ranger gives you some background on the structure and the events that happened there. We got to see the courtroom where the Supreme Court at that time was seated, original copies of the Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights, along with the inkwell used to sign the Declaration.
The actual room where the Declaration of Independence was signed is pretty nondescript. It's a gray-walled room with many tables with green tablecloths. It looks ...
... to be in excellent condition until noon, when it received a sort of compound fracture in a zig-zag direction through one of its sides which put it completely out of tune and left it a mere wreck of what it was."
The Bell as Icon
The Bell achieved its iconic status when abolitionists adopted the Bell as a symbol for the movement. It was first used in this association as a frontispiece to an 1837 edition of Liberty, published by the New York ...
... until the Phillies tied it up with 2 in the bottom of the ninth and then won it in the bottom of the 10th bringing joy to my nephews Nicholas and Andrew, I don't think my 7 year old niece Kate really cared since she was more concerned with getting some cotton candy.
... br> Had lunch in a craking pizza place and then headed back to the hotel. We walked around the neighbourhood for a bit and had a subway for dinner!
Thursday night is pub crawl night at the hostel. We met some Aussies and guys from LA in the room. We traded slang terms and they loved our accents. They then hit the tequilla and we went to join the pub crawl. We nearly bailed as the guys looked a bit 'geeky' but plucked up the courage. We met in ...
1825 with the Doylestown Fire Engine Company.
In 1838 the Borough of Doylestown was incorporated.
An electric telegraph station was built in 1846 and in 1856 a branch
of the North Pennsylvania Railroad was
completed to Doylestown. The first gas lights were introduced in 1854.
Because of the town's relatively ...