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  • National Constitution CenterNational Constitution Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    The National Constitution Center is located in one of the most historical cities in the country, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is considered one of the most interactive history museums in the nation. It is just two blocks from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, and the only museum in the country that is dedicated to the Constitution and the marvelous story of "we, the people". The center is a nonprofit, independent and non-partisan facility that is devoted to the enrichment and appreciation of the US Constitution, its history and the importance it has for us today. It strives to accomplish this with an interpretive, interactive program that sits in the National Historic Park, with its main focus on reaching the public in hopes that "We the People" will be able to obtain the blessings of liberty to the people and our future generations.

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  • Powel HousePowel House Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    The Powel House, a historical mansion, is located in the Society Hill section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that was constructed in 1765 by shipmaster and merchant Charles Stedman. It is a gorgeous brick Georgian mansion and when Stedman fell on hard times, even going to debtor's prison, it was sold for 3,150 pounds in 1769 to Samuel Powel, the last mayor of the city under British rule; and also the first mayor of the city when the American Revolution ended. He would eventually become known as the "Patriot Mayor" and with his wife, Elizabeth became well known for their hospitality. They had such notable guests as the Marquis de Lafayette, Martha and George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and Benjamin Rush. In the beginning of the 20th century, it became a warehouse and office for a business that exported and imported Siberian and Russian horse hair and bristles.

January 11, 2011