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Independence: A Guide to Historic Philadelphia

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As America's first World Heritage City, Philadelphia holds a special place in the country's popular imagination. The City of Brotherly Love's history is peppered with illustrious figures and exquisite buildings, all of which played critical roles during the country's infancy.

Visitors and natives alike will appreciate this book, which serves as a narrative guide to more than 30 of Philadelphia's historic buildings and areas, along with detailed information about how the founders and their contemporaries interacted with these spaces. Primary sources on nearly every page complement the easy to read narratives throughout each chapter, offering an authentic taste of the city and its inhabitants circa 1681.

Add Independence: A Guide to Historical Philadelphia to your personal library for both reference and enjoyment.

Product Details

  • Softcover; 394 pages by George W. Boudreau
  • Dimensions: 6.75''W x 9.75''H
  • ISBN: 978-1-59416-259-6
  • Printed in the USA

Revolutionary Period

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