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The belltower atop Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on a cloudy day.
Photograph taken by Dan Smith.
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  • United States Declaration of Independence
  • List of areas in the National Park System of the United States
  • Liberty Bell
  • Battle of Brandywine
  • List of capitals in the United States
  • Independence Hall
  • Second Continental Congress
  • Battle of Germantown
  • Paoli massacre
  • Articles of Association
  • Fort Mifflin
  • Wyoming Valley battle and massacre
  • First Continental Congress
  • Battle of Crooked Billet
  • Washington Crossing Historic Park
  • Washington's crossing of the Delaware
  • Independence National Historical Park
  • Congress of the Confederation
  • Philadelphia campaign
  • List of Registered Historic Places in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Portal:Philadelphia/Selected picture/June 2006
  • Portal:Philadelphia/Selected picture archive/2006
  • Template:Pennsylvania during the American Revolutionary War
  • Wikipedia:Featured picture candidates/Independence Hall
  • Wikipedia:WikiProject Pennsylvania/Templates
  • Wikipedia:Featured picture candidates/August-2006
  • Battle of White Marsh
  • Battle of Matson's Ford


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