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AudioguíaWashington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Baltimore

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  1. Resumen de audiotour
  2. Resumen de audiotour

    On 30 March 2009, President Barack Obama signed Public Law No. 111-11 which created the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail, which runs from Boston and Newport through New York, Philadelphia, Havre de Grace and Baltimore to Yorktown. The purpose of this tour is to tell the stories of the role colonial Baltimoreans and their allies played before, during and after the 800 mile march George Washington and French General Rochambeau made to victory at Yorktown, and eventual American independence from Great Britain. Learn the names of these Baltimoreans and their allies,  why and how they are remembered, and see the places where once they lived, camped, plotted and planned.

  3. 1 Foot of South Broadway and Thames St., by Dock
  4. 2 Thames St. and Ann St, by Dock (east of Broadway).
  5. 3 Robert Long House, 812 S. Ann St. just North of Thames St.
  6. 4 S. Wolfe and Fell St.
  7. 5 The Horse You Rode in On Bar, 1626 Thames St. (West of Broadway)
  8. 6 Intersection of Bond and Thames St . west of Broadway.
  9. 7 Dockside, South of Intersection of Bond and Thames St.
  10. 8 Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park, 1417 Thames St.
  11. 9 Patterson Park Ave. and E. Lombard St., west of Patterson Park.
  12. 10 Pulaski Monument, Eastern Ave. and Linwood Ave., South Patterson Park.
  13. 11 Central Ave. and Baltimore St.
  14. 12 Friends Meeting House, Fayette and Aisquith St.
  1. Resumen de audiotour

    On 30 March 2009, President Barack Obama signed Public Law No. 111-11 which created the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail, which runs from Boston and Newport through New York, Philadelphia, Havre de Grace and Baltimore to Yorktown. The purpose of this tour is to tell the stories of the role colonial Baltimoreans and their allies played before, during and after the 800 mile march George Washington and French General Rochambeau made to victory at Yorktown, and eventual American independence from Great Britain. Learn the names of these Baltimoreans and their allies,  why and how they are remembered, and see the places where once they lived, camped, plotted and planned.

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  • Mike

    5 out of 5 rating 08-16-2016

    Very informative tour for those interested in Baltimore during the Revolution!

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