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Who said, "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes?" [...] »

Actor Danny Glover reads Frederick Douglass's 1852 speech "The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro." [...] »

Even the Founding Fathers wrote rough drafts! Interact with early versions of the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights. [...] »

How different would "the United States of America" be if the British had won the Revolutionary War? [...] »

It was reasoned that no colonists could fear an act that made them drink cheaper tea. [...] »

Studying the American Revolution? How about walking Boston's Freedom Trail? You don't have to live near Boston to take this virtual tour. [...] »

Teaching the American Revolution and its politics? Check out 15 topical essays and a database of more than 150 primary sources. [...] »

A struggle over naming a struggle—when and where did the Boston Massacre gain the name? [...] »

Is the Declaration of Independence the same document when in a foreign language? [...] »

History lessons on the founding documents invariably include the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. [...] »