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Were there ever barracks on Barrack Hill Road? Yes, a man from George Washington's Continental Army actually selected this location to build the barracks in the summer of 1779.

Were there ever barracks on Barrack Hill Road? Yes, a man from George Washington's Continental Army actually selected this location to build the barracks in the summer of 1779.

women of the revolutionary war | Women during Revolutionary War | Themes in American History

women of the revolutionary war | Women during Revolutionary War | Themes in American History

Did Betsy Ross Really Make the First American Flag?

Did Betsy Ross Really Make the First American Flag?

PAINTING OF BETSY ROSS & THE FIRST STARS & STRIPES 1777 BY DUNSMORE AMERICAN FLAG FLAGS REVOLUTIONARY WAR - Stock Image

PAINTING OF BETSY ROSS & THE FIRST STARS & STRIPES 1777 BY DUNSMORE AMERICAN FLAG FLAGS REVOLUTIONARY WAR - Stock Image

Young Girl Reading - by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, 1776 Stock Photo

Young Girl Reading - by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, 1776 Stock Photo

Beautiful blond woman in medieval dress walking near old building

Beautiful blond woman in medieval dress walking near old building

Two beautiful ladies in lavish historical dresses are socializing casually

Two beautiful ladies in lavish historical dresses are socializing casually

A drawing of the first Federal Hall, which was also where the Bill of Rights was established. The building was torn down in 1812. In the background at left is the first Trinity Church.

A drawing of the first Federal Hall, which was also where the Bill of Rights was established. The building was torn down in 1812. In the background at left is the first Trinity Church.