Holiday Inn Express Exton - Lionville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... up disliking the color or texture and removing it themselves.
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... building, originally called Pennsylvania State House is a Georgia style building completed in 1732. It was also the original home if the Liberty Bell. The tour here walked us through the courtroom and the meeting room. Next was Congress hall, a Georgian structure, constructed in 1787, it housed the country's Congress from 1790 until 1800. The first floor was the meeting room of House of Congress and upstairs The Senate ...
... William Howard Taft. Taft was the 27th President of the US (1909-1913). He was just after Teddy Roosevelt and just before the man's grave I will see next, Woodrow Wilson. Taft was born in Ohio, attended Yale and must have been a pretty good lawyer, for after his one term in office, he later served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (1921-1930). No other President has served in both positions.
Then I was off to Washington ...
... 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 ...
... in 1846.
The Philadelphia Public Ledger takes up the story in its February 26, 1846 publication:
"The old Independence Bell rang its last clear note on Monday last in honor of the birthday of Washington and now hangs in the great city steeple irreparably cracked and dumb. It had been cracked before but was set in order of that day by having the edges of the fracture filed so as not to vibrate against each other ... It gave out clear notes and loud, ...