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I love your website it is where I go for all my infomation for reports and just to learn new things!
Deena Norell, Age-11 City-Meeker [04-30-2007]
Great site, but it would be even better if it was easier to navigate.
anonymous [04-30-2007] »»»
Alexis, 13,Beaumont,TX [04-27-2007]
Somewhere in the recesses of my brain, I seem to remember that the Star Spangled Banner was set to it's present music and adopoted as our National Anthm in 1933, competing with Irving Berlin's God Bless America. If this is incorrect. please let me know. Also my fervent hope is that we will start singing the last verse of this poem as the first verse begs the issue DOES IT STILL WAVE, while the last shows that IT STILL WAVES.
Catherine Buttram [04-27-2007] »»»
the web site is intresting .i like it a lot it helped me a lot on my projct(i got a 100 on it)
unknown, 13 of age flowery branch,GA [04-27-2007]
Greetings in the Name of Dear Lord and Savior, I belong to First A.M.E. Zion Church in South Bend, In, where the Right Rev. Timothy A. Rouse is the Pastor. We are just starting our web page and we do not have a guest book. I am going to mention to out webmaster about a guest book. Your website is very interesting and designed beautifully. I will be checking back again.
Angela McNeill, South Bend, IN [04-27-2007] »»»
i have a photograph (facsimile)of a 2 decker horsedrawn vehicule that says one of the cars run by john m funk 1842 to 1850 3rd&willow 8th & market streets farrmonia & columbia bridge i could email to you and would like info on funks etc if possible my great grandmother katherine funk was born 1844 7 columbia bridge
DOLORES FERGUSON YOUNG, great grandaughter of katherine funk(hirsch) [04-26-2007] »»»
Wow There sure is a whole bunch of interesting stuff on this site
Malene, 17, Copenhagen, Denmark [04-26-2007]
William Pitt [04-25-2007]
Alley, Did you know, 57 men signed the Declaration of independence! A lot huh! [04-24-2007]
My G,G,G, grandfather, Dr. Ellwood Harvey, was one of the six men (along with Graceallen Lewis) to Dr. Bartholomew Fussel's meeting in 1846 that inspired the Female Medical College of Pennsylvania. He joined the college in 1852 as a professor and helped to keep it going when female doctors were no very popular with many people (especially male doctors). Ellwood was also the family physician for William Still, the famous abolitionist. I think it was through Still that Ellwood heard about a slave girl, Anna Maria Weems, hiding out in Washington DC. He met her in front of the White House where she was dressed as a boy and helped her escape to Philly then NYC. You can read about it in either Elisa Carbone's book, Stealing Freedom, or Lorene Cary's book, Free. He is the man called "Doctor H" mentioned in William Still's book. With the $300 reward money he received Ellwood bought the college their first dissection mannequin. If you go to the Walt Whitman House in Camden one of their two first editions of Leaves of Grass belonged to Ellwood. He evidently got it at Fowler and Well's bookstore on Arch St., the same block as the Female Medical College. Check out the freebie website (Yahoo makes you sign up) I started on Ellwood Harvey.
Steve harvey, The Amazing Ellwood Harvey - Yahoogroups [04-24-2007] »»»
i want friends living in united state or united kingdom.
olayimika ogunwye, 18/ osogbo, osun state. nigeria. [04-24-2007] »»»
I love your website! I will definantly be a general in our civil war now! I hpoe to memorize some of the easy stuff but I don't have a printer hooked up to this computer!LOL!
Gretchen, 12 Livermore,CO [04-21-2007] »»»
Good site it helped me get my powerpoint presentation done
Sade, Da Baddest Bit** [04-21-2007] »»»
Jackie, Arlington [04-20-2007]
American history really are more interesting, than I thought at the first glance. Nice site for finding info.
Andreas Thiele, Copenhagen [04-20-2007]
jordan, 9 [04-20-2007]
jack [04-20-2007] »»»
This site is great. I'll make sure that my history teacher visits this site.***THANKS***
Gabriel, San Diego, CA [04-19-2007]
Good site, love it :O...
Schwein, age 17,Kopenhagen [04-19-2007]
Awesome site! I remember seeing many of the sites as a child; you brought them back to life for me. I canít wait to go back again to see how Philadelphia has changed and history remained.
Matt in Naples FL, Former educator lifelong student [04-19-2007]
Really nice site can't white to stop by again :P
Mikal, 17, Denmark, Copenhagen - AMAGER! [04-19-2007] »»»
h, k [04-19-2007] »»»
I am always looking for good sights to enhance the school programs at the Massey House. I appreciate the Info. on your sight and will add it to my favorites
Patricia Paul, I am 66 years of age and have recently retired from Marple Newtown School District and Volunteer @ the 1696 Thomas Massey House [04-18-2007] »»»
I thought this sight was an information sight.That does not matter though but, what bugs me is that they do not answer your questions.They seem to just give you information on the topic you are researching.For instance I was doing the Liberty Bell for College and I asked a question I am not sure what but the sight gave me no info on that.Good information on Liberty Bell mind you but bad on my question.All and all I found the site a disapointment to me but, elsewhere I am sure others could find it SUPER but all and all I give it 3 out of 10 stars.Thank you for trying to make a good site ushistory.org you work well with othere
tina randle, 11 [04-17-2007]
courtney, i love soccer [04-17-2007]
So cool about this place.
Angel, 11 [04-16-2007]
hadi [04-16-2007] »»»
I love this website, After months and months of searching, we finally found our lost relative (Not on this website). I find this educational and Entertaining.
Mary Anne Curel, looking for our ancestors (in NYC,,Ireland & England [04-13-2007] »»»
SPC Timothy C. Ferrell, Ft Carson, CO 80913 [04-13-2007]
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Frank, age 11 Pittsburgh Pa [04-13-2007]
Great site. As a Veteran I am very proud to see all the great information.
Jacob Hogan, San Diego, CA moving to Houston, TX wheres Vets are respected [04-13-2007]
Being this site provides for a numerous amount of educated/simply well-interested readers.. may I ask if anyone knows of any site in which I can search about past workers in a certain company, past students educated in a school, etc. This would be MUCH appreciated for history is only entertaining when you find what entertains you, ey?
TARA STRICKLAND [04-13-2007]
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What a great lesson this was. I wondered why this histroy is not taught in elementary school history children need heros like this to look up to especially in the inner cities. I wonder why there are not more landmarks named after this great individual.
Sharon, Age 42, New Jersey Native [04-13-2007] »»»
Hey nice WEBSITE
anonymous, none [04-13-2007]
It was inspiring to read the words that I learned long ago when I was in school. I will have to introduce my grandchildren to this site. Thank You.
Dennis W. Kralick, 61, Lake Placid, FL & Jamestown, NY [04-13-2007] »»»
Lorie Kay Osborne [04-13-2007]
Please be specific as to how long Old City Hall was the City Hall of Philadelphia. When did the executive and legislative branches of Philadelphia move from Old City Hall to new City Hall, their current home?
Cynthia Kishinchand, resident of Philadelphia [04-13-2007] »»»
Certain ammendments seem to contradict each other. Powers of the federal government is what is written in the constition and the power to instill income taxes
Paul Heille [04-13-2007] »»»
I recently discovered that some of my ancestors lived in Philadelphia in the 1870's - 1880's. The name is Randle and they may have been firework manufacturers
Celia E Bailey, from Croydon, Surrey, England [04-13-2007] »»»
Hi, im am now the family historian since my late mother died christmas 2004. Her great grandfather was born in Frankford in the county of Philadelphia in the state of Pennsylvania, USA in 1810. His name was Samuel Thrasher Lyons and by 1855, he left as Dr. and Surgeon in charge to the Panama railroad and then he left to live and settle in Australia. His parents were Solomon Lyons a Soldier, and eventually a Gentleman owning Race and Vine Streets in Philadelphia City and all the land down the River Schullkill starting at the river Delaware. I know Solomon Lyons was dead by 1812 in the Orleans war in 1812 as from the 1780's when he arrived in the USA he was a Soldier aginst the British rule. He had 4 sons Benjamin, Moses, Zaligman and Samuel and a daughter, Rachel. Zaligman moved to Clinton, East Feliciana(once spanish territory) and practised as a Lawyer and Attorney and my 2nd great grandfather lived with Zaligman, wife and kids and practised as a Doctor and Surgeon. from 1828 to 1872 Doctor Samuel Thrasher Lyons saved many lives of people of every race, colour or creed, just people trying to support themselves, their wives and children and feel that they could do a wee bit more that just survive. Any information of my 2nd and 3rd great grandparents would really appreciated as i believe Solomon, ended up a Gentleman, may be written about in some book in Philadelphia or Frankford in Philadelphia county. Thanks,
Peter T.J.Leon-Holt, Birmingham. England. UK. [04-06-2007] »»»
Im workin on doing some research on an insurance policy for town hall or such (I have the document at home) from 1844. It looks to be an original fire insurance policy, I purchased the document at an antiques auction here in town, and would like to find out where you would recommend to find more info on it. Thank you for your help
Jon Tabor, Albuquerque, NM [04-06-2007] »»»
Nice site. I would also like to encourage you to feature Paine's writing more prominently on the site. Dave
Dave [04-06-2007] »»»
I like this website. It helps me with my US History Homework
I attended Ravenhill Academy from 1st through 5th grade. I started in 1957 and transferred to St. Andrews in Newtown, PA in 1963.
Dianna Zoltek McCafferty, 54 years old. Live in Bridgeton, New Jersey [04-06-2007]
This is the best webasite for researching about us history! :D Its AWESOME
i use this for a projesct
taylor mcintyre, 11 years old [04-06-2007]
Know your History then you know yourself!
Jorge Ferraz, Boca Raton, Florida age 48 [04-06-2007]
I love phoenix and the usa
Tony Navarrete, phoeni; arizona age21 funny bysexeul [04-06-2007]
your page was cool!
anjelica iron, 16 years [04-06-2007]
Nice site i got loads of information u should make a kid's site so they could understand!
paulina, Edinburg,TX [04-06-2007]
Charles M Rakita [04-06-2007]
Thormod, Denmark [04-06-2007]
purpelpie, hi [04-06-2007]
good historic page.....
gareth knowles, 32 male from hythe,kent, england [04-06-2007] »»»
Excellent site you have,keep the good work. History student,fron Honduras C.A.
Antonio B.Leon, Manchester,MD [04-06-2007]
We went to the Art Museum just to see the Rocky Statue. Glad it's back in the right place. We're bringing the DV Lacrosse Club back to Philly for a tournament and this is one of our stops. Is it definately there today and will it be there Memorial Day Weekend? Tell the officials to keep their hands off the statue! thanks for your article.
Sandra Money [04-06-2007] »»»
For those that believe they are decendents of Commodore John Barry: Barry was married twice but had no children in either marriage. Also, in fairness there were possibly two persons equal in the formation of the American Navy, but our country had two navies: the Continental or Colonial Navy, and the United States Federal Navy. Barry was the Father of the United States Navy. It seems that Barry and John Paul (Jones) shared the founding of the American Navy. Talk about spliting hairs... USSUNITEDSTATES@Yahoo.com Edward C. Zimmerman, Jr. USS UNITED STATES Foundation a 501(C)(3) organization
Edward C. Zimmerman, Jr. P&F USS UNITED STATES Foundation [04-06-2007]
During the years of that Emmett Till was alive was he also fighting for equal rigts and justice for all blacks?
Jackie, bronx [04-06-2007]
My daughter's father was previously an employee of the Stephen Girard Building located at 21 S. 12th St for several years. At the time of his death he was employed there. Could you help me find out if it is possible that she might be eligible for any type of scholarships for deceased employees. Sorry if this is not the proper forum but could you help me find out where to look. She is an "A" Student and wil enter college in September. Thank you for your assistance.
Linda Bonnett Chester, Philadelphia, PA [04-06-2007] »»»
your sight was really helpful for my research about the American Revolution thanks
reid, omaha,NE [04-06-2007]
wonderful memories,looking at all those pictures. i went to germantown high,1949 graduation,my mother graduated from there in 1928.i swam in the :delaware: in the 1950`s. i went to whittier grade school on 27th st. wonderful wonderful times back then!
EVELYN EVANS, age:75 originally,phila. [04-06-2007] »»»
kice, 17, sacramento [04-06-2007]
This site rox mi sox! It is AWesOMe
i love this sitekeep it up is nice and good
emmy ezorum, 69 lome [04-06-2007]
i think that there shoud be history on the white house.
cas [04-06-2007] »»»
i can not wait to go to old whatever i am so excitied
a friend [04-06-2007] »»»
is so cool!
liza downy, i am awsome! [04-06-2007] »»»
the is so cool!
ali siegele, i am awsome! [04-06-2007] »»»
i just watched newest rocky movie wanted to see were the statue went to
kim, ny [04-06-2007] »»»
This page gave me a lot of info. for my research paper and people should us this so if the have questions they will be answered
Jonel Guerra, 14 San Angelo,Texas [04-06-2007]
I have always been intrigued b y the history & enviroment of where I live! My groth was & is the historic powder mill vally in havertown, I am trying to recruite stewards of history to take the area along the cobbs creeka.k.a. karakung stream for a living historty program to depict life not only about the manufacture of black gun powdeer " second only to dupont mills we have a powder magazine (storge) for gun powder that exploded & was seen as far as centre city! it is roofless& needs floor, next to it there is a 1940's type garage attached to another colonial foundation missing a roof also & finally a very old home t5hat can be cleaned,painted& used for confrenceses, seminars,and musum & bed & breakfast . these sites are located within feet to the lawrence cabin, brought to the valley in 1960 ans next to the nitre hall, mansion of thepowder master, but unfortunatly people just assume these old buiidings will always be there,as we year by year loose another piece of treasure, So that is whyI'm attemopting to create the powder mill valley historic district. so if any one who is intrested in begining with me, please forward my EM; transmission3 @ aol.com type pmvhd/history in headline! love & thanks
Louis M. DeVecchis III, 46, beechwood,haverford twp.,19083 [04-06-2007]
Jami Schadler, Jenison MI [04-06-2007]
these is a cool place for information you dig! anywayz how ya be3n w3ll do ju have why did benjamin harrison sign the declaration of independence???? holla!
This website has so much info!
i love ushistory.org
ABBY, im hott [04-06-2007]
i would really like to know how the american flag should be displayed during a parade.
Sarah, 13, Tripoli, I love history! [04-06-2007]
I was doing a project and this helped so much. this is a great site
Kara Harrellson [04-06-2007]
Hello, nice homepage.
Rikke, 16, HTX Sukkertoppen, Denmark [04-06-2007]
The site for the Native Americans is no longer in use because the organization is disbanded. It is do to the greed of someone who wanted everything for theirselves and not the people.
anonymous [04-06-2007] »»»
Joseph, 1 [04-06-2007]
I wanted to know if an (authentic copy) of The "Original" Constitution of the United States had any value? If so, what's the value? and ...then ... Who could I have it appraised by? Please inform.
Brenda Baker, Los Angeles, CA [04-06-2007]
this web site is very informational
Sarah [04-06-2007] »»»
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shelby [04-06-2007] »»»
this is a pretty cool site i hope to find what i am looking for
Tara, student [04-06-2007]
I believe that if "we don't remember our past, we are condemned to repeat it". Therefore, nothing is more important than learning about history, which means about our past.
Souad El Husseini, 7116 Reuter ST, Dearborn, MI [04-06-2007]
Gregory Frederick Miller, Flagstaff, AZ [04-06-2007]
this website is not helpful with my english project. it has great pictures sometimes. depends on what i am looking for on Philadelphia. chow every body chow. samantha
Samantha, i am 14 [04-06-2007]
i thought it was cool like the declation of independence
I just stumbled onto this site, I'm going to check it out when i have more time. I'm at work now. thanks
Marty Cohen [04-06-2007]
Thank you for the great amount of information and ease of obtaining it. I will return many more times while obtaining information about this wonderful nation of ous. Thanks again
John Haggas [04-06-2007] »»»
Lysias, Cherokee, N.C. [04-06-2007]
Ben Stiller [04-06-2007]
Latisha Hayes [04-06-2007]
your website was great it had good information and good pictures and good text.
morgan fowler [04-06-2007]
i thought you were prity
Kayla Smith, age 8 v.a [04-06-2007] »»»
Nicki, 12 [04-06-2007] »»»
i cant fingd anything ont he daughters of liberty so just wana say hey and if u got info tell me home scillet and hi austin
bobthehistry, got to do this for school [04-06-2007]
Great website! I really enjoyed exploring. I try to incorporate historical info in my music lessons whenever possible. Sometimes I probably bore my students, but I believe it's important to put some of our favorite songs in their historical context; it usually makes one appreciate the songs more. Also, I am looking forward to exploring some of the other links you listed. Thanks!
Melody Gunn, elementary music teacher; Vidor, TX [04-06-2007] »»»
cool site and very informative
heather, 13,wm [04-06-2007]
Great website. I'm all about history, particularly African American history. That's why I wrote a poetry book entitled, "Afroetry". It's Afrocentric poetry that educates & motivates. http:/www.afroetry.com
great web site
spencer w. [03-07-2007] »»»
spurgeon butler [03-07-2007]
Im doing a American history project and ended up here. Go America in Iraq and any and every where else!
Bill Young, Proud American [03-07-2007]
I am a descendent of Geroge Ross, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. While visiting Philadelphia several years ago I was given a private tour of Christ Church cemetery and saw his gravesite along with the graves of many other brave people who fought for our country's independence. It was a wonderful experience to walk the same streets some of my illustrious ancestors walked. It made me proud to be an American. Now if only I could find out more about George Ross' and his wife Ann Lawler's offspring (2 sons and a daughter) HELP!
morgan, arizona [03-07-2007] »»»
I just love how you write all this stuff. My students in class are working on some of the subjects like ben franklin betsy ross and the liberty bell
Barbra Valdez [03-07-2007] »»»
you should put up more info.
anonymous [03-06-2007] »»»
Kathryn Meyers, This site is not good i cant find anything.
looking for anyone that went to Ravenhill Academy during 1959
cass kormanicki [03-05-2007]
Excellent source of historical information
V Retana [03-05-2007]
i love this web.................amazing info!
this is a great website
thurman bryant, southport,fl. ---------- age 68 [03-03-2007]
Kyle Winters [03-02-2007]
I have a serious situation that needs some legal help to take my issue of hate crimes that have been committed against me and my family, if you could send me a e-mail on a good civil rights attorney that is a start for me to remove slavery from my life once and for all. I very honor to know that there are programs like this because slavery is still alive and well here in 2007 still!
Karen Wilson-Rafei, I never thought I'd know what slavery was until I experience in my own personal life through constant rascism and discrimination [03-02-2007] »»»
this website is cool because u can talk to people u dont know
Addison, 10 years old [03-01-2007]
i am studing about the Realoutionary war and i can't find good information anywere about anybody
Madeline, 10 years old [03-01-2007]
I am very glad to have found your website. I just finished reading an anthology of Thomas Paine's works and I was looking for an online version for reference. I encourage you to feature Paine's writing more prominently on the site.
Mark Adelson, New York [03-01-2007] »»»
really cool site
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Seirra Hill [03-01-2007]
does anybody know the date this site was last updated any help is appreciated
Ernest San Miguel, san antonio tx [03-01-2007]
Hi betsy your pretty cool in my book! i dont really read it was an expresion!lol well got to go saddle my horse! U ROCK! LOVE ME
brandie lewallen, Im 14 i live in arkadelphia AR and i love horses [03-01-2007]
Yness.... Us History has been my passion for thirteen lightyears. mnheaym.
George Loko, 15 [03-01-2007]
This is my first order of many more to come. This is for my 9 year old Grand daugther and her 3rd grade class studying the US history. Thanks for such a easy site to use
George A Chapman, 60, Easthampton, MA [03-01-2007]
i love you websitee
sammy loves joe [03-01-2007] »»»
This is not such a great site to find infomation on its history and the people from history of it needs improvment
Susan Zobitne, 14 Nesquenioning [03-01-2007] »»»
what a wonderful website keep up the good work.
kyam lampkin [03-01-2007] »»»
I am trying to learn more about Commodore Barry. His story has passed down through my family for generations. We thought we were direct descendents and it is interesting to learn he and his wife never had children.
Ryan Spencer Kelly & Barry Austin Kelly, I am 35 years old and live in Columbus, OH. [03-01-2007] »»»
i like this cause it involves with school,and it is from the past.
jasmine, 10 yrs old [03-01-2007]
i really dont like history but its fun sometimes
zaina, fav color lime green [03-01-2007]
i love america i think we should never split up.
I think you need to ad more things like your brother and sisters names
none, I am from whrightstown [03-01-2007]
Mark [03-01-2007] »»»
great web site!
Adolfo Rivera, Anderson, SC [03-01-2007]
great cite you have here i found everything i needed and much more thanks!
Sweet website but it needs a search.
cool site 4 homework!
hayley, 12, fl [03-01-2007] »»»
a very good website
anonymous [03-01-2007] »»»
i think that this is a very educational webpage i am happy to be having my signiture put on this webpage it is an honor to me thank you
jahmiya barrett, age:10_city:union_state:sc [03-01-2007]
Robert, 80 [03-01-2007]
My hobby is metel detecting,Colonial sites and other places of interest often mention many outdoor activities,but never mention weather metel detecting is allowed.Metel detecting is the use of a metel detector to search for old lost items such as coins,buttons,etc. The only tool used is a small 3" trowel to recover items, Holes are always filled and all trash removed leaving little to no sign anything was removed from ground at all.
john, 48 boothwyn pa. [03-01-2007]
i am working on a project about Love Park for a national history day project. and after living in philly watching this and reading about it i think that they should let the skateboarders skate in Love PArk they arent hurting anyone they jus want to skate so i think u should FREE LOVE PARK
Chrissy, Philly [03-01-2007] »»»
Bert Ecklund [03-01-2007] »»»
what a helpful site!
Alisha Minor, Alabama [03-01-2007]
Mary Kilgore, My great grandmother told the family that she was a first cousin to William Henry Harrison. Her father was John Harrison. I believe that his fathers name was Nathanial. Does anyone have information for me? Thank you. [03-01-2007]
Our daughter retired from the Navy and our grandson is in the Navy stationed in Italy. We are very prowd of them. Altho I can't prove relation to Com. J. Barry still prowd of having his name. Fair seas and colm winds.
robert l barry, 76 miami fl. usaf [03-01-2007] »»»
zack reed [03-01-2007]
I'd like to respond to entry 9/18/2006 about Commodore John Barry. I've always been told that he was one of my ancestors too. Can we compare notes?
carmen Maria Soto Arellanes [03-01-2007]
Arthur D. Larson, born 101533 sumner,iowa [03-01-2007]
There needs to be more facts on this site.
Rachel K!, Age:14 [03-01-2007] »»»
i love the liberty bell it is soooooooooooooooooooooooooo koooooooooooool just like me
anonymous [03-01-2007] »»»
i like cheese
Donovan, hi [03-01-2007]
Rachel is awesome
breanne, 13 grass lake [03-01-2007]
i love austin!
Rachel, 13, Grass Lake [03-01-2007]
I like pie [03-01-2007] »»»
wanted to know about the 4 things Ben.Franklin signed
Cherrise Fine [03-01-2007]
james a winder [03-01-2007]
A very good website!
Tiffany Wisecup, 11 Ohio [03-01-2007]
leisa clymer, great [03-01-2007]
sory i do no what mean thoughts
shakil khsn, my other information live in england [03-01-2007]
Malorie, 14, old hick town [02-13-2007] »»»
Would like to see more information on Richard Stockton as I am a direct decendent and am wanting to teach my grandchildren about him.
H. Elizabeth Stockton-VanDyk [02-13-2007]
Amanda, a [02-13-2007]
This site helped me a lot.
anonymous [02-13-2007] »»»
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david bangoura [02-13-2007] »»»
your site is awesome
Edwin [02-06-2007] »»»
This site is a really great idea for struggling AP History students. I'm in AP History and sometimes it can be very hard to find the information you need for the different reports that we are assigned. It has really helped me in finding the info I need for our study group for the AP test. Thank You.
Andrea Partner, 16, West Valley City, Utah [02-06-2007] »»»
brandi helbert [02-06-2007]
oppression is a civil war . the one day freedom is free ; you see, freedom is slavery in many degrees, you must agree, slavery is free, and charges a fee, oneday you will see, oneday free, at no cost to me or charge you a fee, to be free, you must agree, freedom is in it's worst degree, and cost you, him or she, the day has come from free to dom, when you will see, how free you can be, without a fee, or cost you, him or she, we are not free, freedom is free to you and me, be free and see, we are not free, slavery for free, you must see, i will be free, freedom is me, so you can see, you need be free, freedom is free, you see all must be free, when you are free, you will see, freedom is the right to be free, bondage is slavery in another degree, no words can be, when you are free, words can be for you not to see, call this freedom, you are not free, free to be held in captivity, see words is not freedom, freedom is free, peace is freedom in the first degree, now you see, freedom a degree, you, me, can be free,you must see to be free . now we stand, be free and expand, love, charish all in the land,now you see, if you are free, stand be free, in the land of the fee . the one day freedom is free . __________________________________________________
ANDREW, missouri slave [02-06-2007]
I think the tour was of Betsy Ross's was very interesting to see and see what it looks like.
James, Etiwanda,CA [02-05-2007] »»»
I thought the Washington Square was really cool. I mostly liked the Tomb of Unknow soilders.
Clarence, e,ca [02-05-2007]
I thought it was intresting because I may not be able to ever get a tower of this ancient place
nicole, etiwanda,California [02-05-2007] »»»
i lIKED THE SEVEN TOURS OF PHILLY
I like betey ross house and all the other web sites
Erick, Etiwanda,Ca [02-05-2007]
This website was cool. It is like feild trip without getting up. I liked all the pictures on the website.
Noorain, Etiwanda, CA [02-05-2007]
the betsy ross house was a cool sight to see.
Araceli, Etiwanda,CA [02-05-2007]
Hi im nadia im in fith grade i thought this was a great web site. i loved the virtual tours.
nadia, e,ca [02-05-2007]
hey,i live in southern california,and i think this web site is awsome,and saw what life was like and actally saw betsy roses house!
jolene, et,ca [02-05-2007]
Hi my name is daniel i just wabted to know if thair was mors sites like this that i can look at old houses or old stuff and towers.
Daniel, e,ca [02-05-2007]
I liked the tour I live in California and it was really cool to get to see what bettsy Roses house looked like it was really really cool.
Frank, Etiwanda, Ca. [02-05-2007]
I relly liked the pictures
i liked the piciure and the tour of bete rose house. and the picture of the libity bell.
tyler, etiwanda Calafonia [02-05-2007]
I think it's really cool to see pictures of Betsy Ross house and get some information about it.
Grace Anne, Etiwanda,CA [02-05-2007]
i think it was neat to exlplore Philadelphia virtualy. I will be going to Pennyslvania soon. i think the Philadelphias most historic mile was,really interesting.
Austin, 10 Etwanda CA [02-05-2007]
i like the virtual tour of betsy ross house what it looked like it was cool
angela, Etiwanda CA [02-05-2007]
Ilike any History
Jared, Etiwanda,california [02-05-2007]
I think that it is a good website to get information for a school report.
Emily, Warner Robins, GA [02-04-2007]
I live in England, in the county of Durham in a small town called Peterlee. I have an interest in history, both English and American
Gary Smith, 44 years of age, D.O.B. 28/12/1962 [02-04-2007]
Was born and raised in Philadelphia. Moved to Texas about 7 years ago. Learning a lot from this website that I didn't know. Its amazing that you could live somewhere all your life and not know a lot about it.
Jacki Bingham [02-04-2007] »»»
lydia darragh is the coolest! using her for my big report on revolutionary! so much fun!
nicki, 13 [02-04-2007]
Add more history like Jackson and the wigs or with the bank also add Whigs history.
Gonzalo Velasquez, Florida Pembroke pines [02-04-2007]
haha i hATE SOCIAL AND SDO THIS IS A BOARING WEBSITE OHHB WELL THE DISPLAYIS EXe
kendra, iam 13 [02-04-2007]
This site helped me a lot on a project I had to do for history class in school. It was a project on the American Revolution and this site, especially your revolution timeline, helped me a lot on getting information and dates for different occurences. Thanks a lot for this helpful website!
Evan, 17, Manchester, NH [02-04-2007]
i love us hitory
ShaniyaWilliams, 16 phenix city,AL [02-04-2007]
love your site
dave, 49,cincinnati ohio [02-04-2007]
Great web site. I marvel at the factual historical value of the site. Thanks.
Ron, Age 43. Life long Philadelphia resident [02-04-2007]
i like tosay w00t, w00t [02-01-2007]
Ryan, Kansas City Missouri [02-01-2007] »»»
We are using your historic list of towns within Philadelphia County.
Krista Ferrante, archivist [02-01-2007]
i love this site!
miss mary mack [01-31-2007]
loves your website
miss piggy [01-31-2007]
the info on the peeps in the revolutionary war helped me with my s.s. project.
Ericka [01-31-2007] »»»
Ann-Christine, 8,Falcon,Co [01-31-2007]
need more presidential oddities or unknown facts!
Amber, ------------ [01-31-2007]
We live in a small town Milton Fl.The kids can't skate anywhere that the police don't stop them .I'd like to see were this law is writen,haven't found it yet.Next cop to stop one of my kids is going to have all hell unleashed on him.A loving parent
Devon, Syracuse, NY 28 years old [01-31-2007] »»»
That was the best way to help with my home work!
samantha, 12 [01-31-2007] »»»
how did the liberty bell get cracked in the first place?
gaa, 45 [01-31-2007]
thank yuo for all this
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Leigh Poston [01-31-2007]
I really represent and like ur website lALALALALAL
Abigal, age:91 [01-31-2007]
this is really intersting to me I have to do a project on it for my trip to washington d.c to lay a wreath on the tomb!:)
historygeek101 [01-31-2007] »»»
As a descendant of Daniel Pegg and Thomas West (Lord De La Warr) my sons and i enjoyed walking in footsteps of Daniel. Liked being in Philadelphia as well as in Texas or Great Britain, food is great in Philadelphia.
Dorothy Pegg Eckert, San Antonio [01-31-2007]
Great educational web site it has really helped me out with my report.
Chase Simpson, Arkansas [01-31-2007] »»»
I just love doing research on all of our history
Morgan Newton [01-31-2007]
Aneesah [01-31-2007] »»»
for writing me a letter [01-31-2007] »»»
dashaneka, im 10yrs old i live in york pa [01-31-2007]
I am only on this site 4 school and i am not smart
Audrey Ghannam, 13 years old [01-31-2007]
your mean to my mom. so i dont like yous.
chelsey, stupidville, pennsylvania [01-31-2007]
i would like to vist your museum
michael alston, 16 [01-31-2007] »»»
your info are very understandable
Tate Wegener, 41, west islip, NY 11795. [01-31-2007]
ALExis [01-31-2007] »»»
i like dis site it is my favorite
starsky133 he pwns all u n00bz
I think this is a wonderful site.
This website is COOL! iT HELPS ME OUT a lot.
Cheyenne, 10 Kentucky [01-31-2007] »»»
This is a great organization.
i love this site!
I love research on America!
Kellie [01-31-2007] »»»
fatema, i'm 13 years old [01-31-2007]
John Knebel, Nashville, TN 38 y.o. [01-31-2007]
natalie c and bianca c [01-31-2007]
My Great-great grandmother lived at 110 Elfreth's Ally in 1880. I have the origingal wedding list when her son was married from there, he lived there till after his second child was born. Everytime I try to get in touch with someone the email always comes back. I have the diary that my great grandfather kept when he paid the taxes and the amount of the house. How can I get in contact with someone to verify this for me. My great-great grandmother was Margaret (Doheny) Davis, widowed and lived there with her son John and daughter Mary after coming up from Ky.after her husband died. Jeanne Puliti
Jeanne (Fleming) Puliti, Now living in Italy [01-31-2007] »»»
My first visit out of Europe was to the USA in October 2006; the first place I visited was Philadelphia, and I found SO much there to enthral and interest me; this site has helped me to understand what I saw - and also to show me what I have missed. It's very much a "must return" City, and I hope to be back before very much longer.
Keith, age 61; UK [01-31-2007] »»»
this web site is realy good. I really liked how you talked abuot america's histor. Two tumbs uo! (0-0) (*-*)
anonymous [01-31-2007] »»»
cool site, guys! its really helpful---but u think u could tell me what how Philadelphia got its name??
Miley Cyrus [01-31-2007] »»»
This is a very good research. I learned a lot.
All about Benjamin Harrison
I have been researching tavern keeping, but I found no history of pubs here.
anonymous [01-31-2007] »»»
mel, about pilgrims, mayflower,colonies,civil war [01-31-2007]
Wow! This is a great american resource! Loved looking through the online shop containing replicas of the colonial money. I'm going to order one for my Dad who loves this kind of stuff! Keep up the excelent work, Sincerely, Alec Smith
Alec Smith, Hawaii [01-31-2007]
thanks for the help
jimmy carr, 19 northport alabama [01-31-2007]
Nice Site, very informative!
Don, Lenexa, KS [01-31-2007]
I love the site and all of the information on William Browning on the "Muster Roll" is correct except the death date for him varies from the payroll records from Washington. Is there any way I may obtain verification of the notes at the end of information on the "Muster Roll" information. I will gladly pay the cost. Thank you. I am a member of The Daughters of the American Revolution and am grateful to all of our ancestors who fough for our freedom.
Jean M. Stephenson, The "muster Roll" for William Browning death date varies from his payroll records from Washington. [01-31-2007]
I had started resourceing other sites, untile I came upon this one, and I you ended my search. I think you have it all here. Great site for reasearch. Keep up the good work
DEVON RICHARDSON, 56 year old African American Male, from Columbus Ohio [01-31-2007] »»»
this is great to look up info! AWESOME DUDE
some girl, nyc [01-31-2007]
US rulz. thanks for this great life your forefathers have conceived for me, i love it! from nz
james young aka penu1timate, 25, auckland, nz [01-31-2007]
this website is great i have a american history midterm coming up in like 2 weeks and all the information i need to look up is one this site its awesome. Now i wont have to spend time looking for it. THANKS a lot
anonymous, hudson, ny [01-31-2007]
In the book, The Peaceable Kingdom, there is an island settled by Quakers that sounds like it could be Cooper's Point. One of my ancestors was a ferry boat captain there, so I am very interested in the area. Thank thee.
Carole O., I have Philadelphia ancestors, and am doing research. [01-31-2007] »»»
This is about the LOVE park issue, what you guys are doing is wrong, banning people from skateboarding there doesn't do anything to the community. Have you guys ever seen some of these videos that concern LOVE park. They interview people from every race and gender and ask them wether or not skateboarding should be banned. Want to know what the answer always is? They always say no! I believe that skateboarding has this image that skateboarders are low life kids who drop out of school and sell/do drugs and steal to make their living. This is not true. I am in "above-level" classes in my school and I always get questions about if I do drugs or steal my way to happiness, and all i say is "look at me now." Like I said banning kids from skateboarding at LOVE park has contributed any to the city of Philedelphia. When the X-Games came to LOVE park, you guys made 80 million dollars in tourist profits! Why would something like that ever convince you to stop that?? I just don't understand, we are just America's youth trying to live our life in the way that we see is the most fun. I recently went to Philly just to see LOVE park. It is a skateboarding landmark and that will never change. I got to skateboard there, and the feeling of just rolling on the smooth ground, was just unexplainbale. I would give anything for LOVE park to be re-opened and for the public youth of skateboarders could return and enjoy what we have there. So please, take this into consideration, and FREE LOVE PARK! Thank you for your time, Andreas Jensen Houston, TX
Andreas Jensen, Houston, TX [01-31-2007]
Desiree, 13 [01-31-2007]
you-guys r cool
cameron higgins, noneya [01-31-2007]
cameron higgins [01-31-2007]
this is the best site ive been to for us history
Kendrick Casey, Utah [01-31-2007]
Carl niethammer, Indianapolis [01-31-2007]
I think the Revolutionary War was awesome
i hate history its done past just leave it be
zach, im 17 years old [01-31-2007]
Lived near Philly as a child (Media). Am visiting w/my family at end of January. Can't wait. Thank you and God Bless!
anonymous, 40ish, Waxahachie, TX [01-31-2007]
Hamor, Texas [01-31-2007]
We are doing research on our family tree and found that my great-great-great-great-great Grandfather Petter Quattlebaum was buried in The First Reformed Church Cemetary in 01-14-1748, and we are wondering where this cemetary is. We would like to visit the area and the church. If you can give us any additional information we would appreciate it. Thank you !
James D. Holmes [01-31-2007]
this site is one of the best history site i have ever dreamed on going on i thank god that made you make this site! i go to school and and when i get history work this is thhe site i go to!god bless! love "2k7"
Dana mingoes, vian ok [01-31-2007]
daniel blair, noho ma [01-09-2007]
I love this wedsite because I learn more every time I vist this website. Lauren Ps. I enjoy the Barney homepage.
Lauren, Pepperell, Mass [01-09-2007]
Information regarding Pennsylvania Hospital was cut off when I viewed it...pls. check ...thanks donna weber, director, corporate/foundation relations
Donna Weber [01-09-2007]
mel, 40 [01-09-2007]
anonymous, hiistory [01-09-2007]
IT is a very excellent website.
I like all of this.
Terri Loy, 28,Arkadelphia,Ar [01-09-2007]
What is the value of an original copy of Thomas Paine's The Rights of Man book?
sum guy, uh... [01-09-2007]
ne1 no about Fredich Wilhelm von Stuben??
mark, age 34, Harper woods, Mi. [01-09-2007]
This site is a wonderful entertaining history source. I just came back from Philadelphia and I wish I had found the site first.
Olivia M., Orlando, FL [01-09-2007]
I don't have one!
Ema, Wakefield, MA [01-09-2007]
history is awsome
weeman, im short [01-09-2007]
looking for information
anonymous, 18 [01-09-2007]
ED M., texas dallas [01-09-2007]
put more information on the history of Philadelphia in here! I'm going crazy to find info.
Williamsburg, va is the coolest place to visit.
leisha moore, florida [01-09-2007]
I am 12 I will be 13 in March I lerend about this in 5TH Grade at school.
Lynsey Kennedy [01-09-2007]
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