Research Pictures from Freedom's Ring

Built in 1713, the Old State House continues to be a symbol of freedom.
The Old State House
Paul Revere's Engraving of the Boston Massacre (Old State House in back).
Paul Revere's Engraving of the Boston Massacre (Old State House in back).
The Family in Front of the Old State House (Site of Boston Massacre)
The Family in Front of the Old State House (Site of Boston Massacre)
Old State House.Declaration first read publicly on balcony behind table.
Old State House. Declaration first read publicly on balcony behind table.
Revolutionary Relics. Cannon Ball recovered from Bunker Hill battlefield.
Revolutionary Relics. Cannon Ball recovered from Bunker Hill battlefield.
Royal Coat of Arms Hanging Inside Old State House
Royal Coat of Arms Hanging Inside Old State House
Boston Skyline
Boston Skyline
Boston Tea Party Ship
Boston Tea Party Ship
Signing Contract at Union Oyster House. Brad and Annie eat at this table!
Signing Contract at Union Oyster House. Brad and Annie eat at this table!
With Noah at the New England Historical Genealogical Society
With Noah at the New England Historical Genealogical Society
Gravestone of Victims of Boston Massacre
Gravestone of Victims of Boston Massacre
Old North Church
Old North Church
Hot Dogs at Quincy Market
Hot Dogs at Quincy Market
Buckman's Tavern, Lexington.
Buckman's Tavern, Lexington.
Inside Buckman's Tavern, where the Lexington militia waited for Regulars.
Inside Buckman's Tavern, where the Lexington militia waited for Regulars.
James with one of the Lexington militia.
James with one of the Lexington militia.
Lexington Militia
Lexington Militia
British Grenadiers, Lexington
British Grenadiers, Lexington
The Old Belfry, Lexington, rang out the alarm that first Patriot's Day.
The Old Belfry, Lexington, rang out the alarm that first Patriot's Day.
Deposition of John Parker, commander of Lexington militia.
Deposition of John Parker, commander of Lexington militia.
Old North Bridge, Battle at Concord
Old North Bridge, Battle at Concord
Built in 1713, the Old State House continues to be a symbol of freedom.
The Old State House
The Family in Front of the Old State House (Site of Boston Massacre)
The Family in Front of the Old State House (Site of Boston Massacre)
Boston Skyline
Boston Skyline
Revolutionary Relics. Cannon Ball recovered from Bunker Hill battlefield.
Revolutionary Relics. Cannon Ball recovered from Bunker Hill battlefield.
Royal Coat of Arms Hanging Inside Old State House
Royal Coat of Arms Hanging Inside Old State House
With Noah at the New England Historical Genealogical Society
With Noah at the New England Historical Genealogical Society
Gravestone of Victims of Boston Massacre
Gravestone of Victims of Boston Massacre
Buckman's Tavern, Lexington.
Buckman's Tavern, Lexington.
James with one of the Lexington militia.
James with one of the Lexington militia.
Lexington Militia
Lexington Militia
British Grenadiers, Lexington
British Grenadiers, Lexington
Paul Revere's Engraving of the Boston Massacre (Old State House in back).
Paul Revere's Engraving of the Boston Massacre (Old State House in back).
Old State House.Declaration first read publicly on balcony behind table.
Old State House. Declaration first read publicly on balcony behind table.
Boston Tea Party Ship
Boston Tea Party Ship
Signing Contract at Union Oyster House. Brad and Annie eat at this table!
Signing Contract at Union Oyster House. Brad and Annie eat at this table!
Old North Church
Old North Church
Hot Dogs at Quincy Market
Hot Dogs at Quincy Market
Deposition of John Parker, commander of Lexington militia.
Deposition of John Parker, commander of Lexington militia.
Inside Buckman's Tavern, where the Lexington militia waited for Regulars.
Inside Buckman's Tavern, where the Lexington militia waited for Regulars.
The Old Belfry, Lexington, rang out the alarm that first Patriot's Day.
The Old Belfry, Lexington, rang out the alarm that first Patriot's Day.
Old North Bridge, Battle at Concord
Old North Bridge, Battle at Concord

2 Comments on “Research

  1. Pictures were very interesting. To be where patriots stood it must be awesome. I can’t wait to read your book. Thanks for sharing. I always wondered how authors wrote. It’s an amazing process.

    1. Thank you, Terri! It IS awesome to be where it all really happened. Thank you for your enthusiasm! <3

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