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by William C. Kashatus

Author: William C. Kashatus
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: UPA (August 31, 1992)
Pages: 212 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.9
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William C. Kashatus works for the Chester County Historical Society in West Chester, Pennsylvania, where he curated the exhibition "Baseball's White Elephants: Connie Mack and the Philadelphia Athletics.

William C. A regular contributor to the Philadelphia Daily News, he is also the author of several baseball books, including One-Armed Wonder: Pete Gray, Wartime Baseball and the American Dream; Mike Schmidt; Connie Mack's '29 Triumph; and Diamonds in the Coalfields. Bibliographic information. Historic Philadelphia: the city, symbols & patriots, 1681-1800.

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Historic Philadelphia : The City, Symbols and Patriots, 1681-1800. by William C. Kashatus.

In September Swoon William Kashatus tells the dramatic story both on the field and off the field of the Phillies bittersweet season of 1964. More than any other team in Philadelphia s sports history, the 64 Phillies saddled the city with a reputation for being a "loser. Even when victory seemed assured, Philadelphia found a way to lose.

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The written history of Philadelphia begins in 1682, when the city was founded by William Penn in the English Crown Province of Pennsylvania between the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers. Before then, the area was inhabited by the Lenape (Delaware) Indians and Swedish settlers who arrived in the area in the early 1600s. Philadelphia quickly grew into an important colonial city and during the American Revolution was the site of the First and Second Continental Congresses

Created by William Kashatus, historian, educator and writer, History Live! can meet your historical needs whether you are an adult or a child, a school or community organization.

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Book Your Stay Read on to learn more about the Official Trail of Philadelphia’s Historic District, and head to the Historic.

While the heart of Philadelphia’s original city boasts serious historical cred, it’s also home to buzzed-about restaurants and beer gardens, owner-operated boutiques and es art galleries. That means there’s plenty of fun to be had. Read on to learn more about the Official Trail of Philadelphia’s Historic District, and head to the Historic District landing page for tips on everything to do in the area. 01. Independence Visitor Center.

In this book the author captures all the familiar figures and symbols of Philadelphia's rich eighteenth-century past as well as the drama of American history's greatest scenes, from the clandestine meetings of the Second Continental Congress to the drafting of the United States Constitution, to the final days of Philadelphia's prestigious role as the nation's capital.The author's experience as an historical interpreter of Philadelphia's Independence National Historical Park, enables him to take the reader into the Congress to hear the stirring debates over American independence, into the spirits of Philadelphia's most unforgettable citizens, and finally into the streets on a delightful walking tour of this historic city. Contents: The City: Philadelphia: The Cradle of American Liberty; The Symbols: The Liberty Bell: Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land; Independence Hall: Birthplace of a Nation; The Patriots: William Penn and the Spirit of Brotherly Love; Benjamin Lay, Quaker Abolitionist; Benjamin Franklin, the Image-maker; Betsy Ross, Seamstress of a Revolution; Samuel Wetherill and the Free Quaker Testimony to the American Revolution; Bishop William White, his Revolutionary Theology and the Founding of the Protestant Episcopal Church and Academy; The Stewards of Philadelphia's History and a Walking Tour of Independence National Historical Park; Endnotes; Selected Bibliography; Index.