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Framers of Freedom

John SullivanNH in the Revolution

Each of the 13 original colonies has its Revolutionary war heroes and heroines. New Hampshire is especially proud of its important role in the founding of the United States. Our raid on Fort William and Mary was among the first armed conflicts, four months prior to Lexington and Concord. Three locals signed the Declaration. A Portsmouth leader built one of the first ships in the Continental Navy. Here they are, and other key players.
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# Title Created Date Author
1 NH Women in the Revolution 05 November 2005 Olive Tardiff
2 President Meshech Weare 23 October 2005 Richard Upton
3 Henry Dearborn 02 October 2005 Helen Hobbs
4 Dr Matthew Thornton 24 September 2005 Peter E. Randall
5 Joseph Cilley 17 September 2005 Helen Hobbs
6 William Whipple 13 September 2005 Steve Adams
7 Governor John Wentworth 06 September 2005 Paul Wilderson
8 John Stark 20 August 2005 Isabel Tarant.
9 Doctor Josiah Bartlett 09 August 2005 Anne and Charles Eastman, Jr.

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