More to Explore in U.S. History!


  • A Soldier's View of WWI

    Lt. William A Cross served in the U.S. Army in France during World War I. Step back in time and see the war through a soldier's eyes with these marvelous photographs.

  • Eniac on Trial

    The founding fathers could never have envisioned the technological advances of recent decades. Fortunately, they set up a framework designed to adapt to changing circumstances. Sometimes technology expands faster than the law, and the Supreme Court needs to step in.

  • American Guild of Town Criers

    The American Guild of Town Criers was founded on July 5th 1997 at historic Carpenters' Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  • Flag Rules and Regulations

    United States Flags should be accorded the respect due to a symbol of our nation and all the men and women who have made sacrifices on its behalf. Read about the proper procedures for folding, displaying and disposing of Old Glory

  • National Heritage Area

    The Philadelphia area is home to an enormous number of historic sites and other institutions that preserve history collections which are unparalleled in their depth and breadth. A consortium of concerned citizens is working to designate the region as a National Heritage Area

  • Virtual Marching Tour of The American Revolution

    Walk in the footsteps of George Washington and the Continental army on this virtual tour of the American Revolution.

  • The Story Behind the Creation of Independence National Historical Park

    On June 28, 1948, President Harry S Truman signed Public Law 795 creating Independence National Historical Park. Under the leadership of Judge Edwin O. Lewis, the Independence Hall Association was at the forefront of the vision to create this national park commemorating the founding of a nation in Philadelphia.