Saturday, September 24, 2016

#4aAmerican Revolution Caravan NYC

Inside Trinity Church NYC
 Battery Park looking toward the World Trade Center
 Statue of Liberty with Manhattan in the Background
 Beverly Williams, Kathy, Gene, & Sherry Miller
 People of NYC
 World Trade Center
 9/11 Memorial with the Oculus in the Background
 Eastern view from the Empire State Building
 Times Square NYC
 View to the north from Empire State Building
 Manhattan the Big Apple
 Manhattan from Ft Lee NJ
 Kathy at the 9/11 Memorial NYC

#4American Revolution Caravan Newbourg, West Point, Ft Lee, Morristown

Washington's Headquarters in NYC
 Duke Ellington statue in Central Park
 Central Park NYC
 Kathy at Washington's Headquarters in Newburgh, NY
 West Point NY
 West Point Chapel
 View up the Hudson River from West Point, NY
 View of Manhattan from Ft Lee, NJ
 General Knox's Quarters in New Windsor, NY
 Cannon firing at Ft Lee, NJ

Sunday, September 18, 2016

#3American Revolution Caravan Ticonderoga&Saratoga

Inside Fort Ticonderoga
 Kings Garden outside Fort Ticonderoga
 Cannons at Fort Ticonderoga
 Looking up Lake Champlain from Fort Ticonderoga
 Saratoga BattleField
 View from Saratoga Battlefield
 View from Bennington Battleground

Inside Fort Ticonderoga

 Kathy inside the Kings Garden at Fort Ticonderoga

Thursday, September 15, 2016

#2American Revolution Caravan Rome, NY

Where the Battle of Oriskany Started near Rome, NY
 View of the Ambush site

 Fort Stanwix National Monument in Rome NY
Outside Fort Stanwix
Entrance to Fort Stanwix
 View of Rome, NY
 Getting ready to fire the Cannon in Fort Stanwix

#1American Revolution Caravan Boston, Concord,& Lexington, MA

Old Boston Whaler from Revolutionary Times
 Boston-Old North Church where Paul Revere's Signal Lanterns were displayed in the Bell Tower
 Kathy at the USS Constitution
 Re-inactor at Hartwell Tavern in Concord MA
 Shooting his Musket
 Old North Bridge in Concord where "The shot heard round the world was fired"
 Lexington at Battle Green
 Paul Revere's destination in Lexington
 Destination of the Boston Tea party
 Colonial Home on Lexington Green
 Replica of Boston Tea party fame.