Here's a fact from the Revolutionary War that peaked my interest and wanted to share with you all.
City Hall, Manhattan
At the edge of an area once known as The Common, where the Declaration of Independence was read for the first time on July 9, 1776. Upon hearing the reading, people toppled a 4,000-pound lead statue of King George. The statue was melted down to make 42,000 musket balls, which were used against the British
Read more: History is in the streets - NY Daily News
Yes Sir! I had to work in Boston, but managed to see the Blue Angels, USCG and the Constitution (from a distance). All cool. Happy 4th...