Civics Lessons

Subject Statesort descending City
First Broadside of Declaration of Independence Printed on this Site Maryland Baltimore
Slavery marker removed by county in Haddon Heights, NJ New Jersey Haddon Heights
American Redoubt Marker in shadows of Geo. Washington Bridge New York New York
"This Land Is Your Land" lyrics written on this site. New York New York
Pen Ryn Estate Pennsylvania Bensalem
Little Pete's - Todd Rundgren Likes to Eat Here [& Site of Early Gay Protest] Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Fugitive Slaves Buried Here - Ft. Washington, PA Pennsylvania Maple Glen
Supreme Court case outlawing mandatory Bible readings in public schools originated here. Pennsylvania Abington
"Funeral for a Home" Home Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Nickels Hall was here in early 20th Century. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Historic Church That Resisted Segregation - Devon, PA Pennsylvania Devon
Racial Divide at 1948 Democratic Convention Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Where Ben Franklin Flew His Electric Kite? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Site of Public Hangings in Philadelphia - City Hall Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pine Forge Mansion - a stop on the Underground Railroad Pennsylvania Pine Forge
Octavius V. Catto was assassinated here, 1871. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Tallest Building in the Colonies, 1754-1810: Christ Church Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Declaration of Independence Written Here, Where Tom Thumb Hot Dogs Stood Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bill Clinton spoke here. Pennsylvania Blue Bell
Angry Mobs Formed When 1st Black Family Moved In, 1957 Pennsylvania Levittown
Original Drafts and Copies of U.S. Constitution Stored Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Huge Civil War Hospital in West Philly - Satterlee Hospital Pennsylvania Philadelphia
WPA Studio was here, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadlephia
Important Area in Croydon, PA, for Black History Pennsylvania Croydon
The Lazaretto - Philadelphia's Ellis Island [& Slave Ships from Guinea Forced to Land Here] Pennsylvania Essington
Pennypack Creek Bridge - Oldest Stone Arch Bridge in U.S. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Montgomery Mall on site of town square in colonial times. Pennsylvania North Wales
Why the Constitution Center's Address Is 525 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mary/Little Lamb author, who was also Thanksgiving founder, lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
African American Defied Custom, Attempted to Board Trolley Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
"The Great Negro Mart" was here. Tennessee Memphis
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