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Revolutionary New York Walking Tour

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We discover New York's role in defeating the British and creating a new nation. Pass by remnants of desperation and glory: damage caused by inspired patriots, a final remaining symbol of British authority, traces that led to the hanging of a schoolteacher who regretted only that he had but one life to give. Charrings from a great fire as the British took over show the direction of the blaze and suggest how St. Paul’s Church survived to become home base for the rescue workers of 9/11. “New York is destroyed,” said George Washington at the end of the war, “but its future greatness is certain.” The great statue in the harbor also has much to say about the conduct of the Revolution, and how the horribly overmatched Americans eventually won. So do the world’s first combat submarine and a metal chain protecting the colonies’ most vital waterway, The Hudson River.

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Pass By: Federal Hall

Federal Hall is where George Washington took the oath to be sworn in as America's first president.