|Stature of Revere in front of the Old North Church|
|Old North Church|
|"one if by land, two if by sea"|
|Ft. Ticonderoga, New York|
The fort dates to the French & Indian War, but became a key victory and post in the Revolution when it was captured from the British and held by the Colonial Army.
|At the fort|
|Revolutionary War memorial, Bennington, Vermont|
The 300' monument commemorates the Battle of Bennington and Brigadier General John Stark
|At the grave of one of my Revolutionary War ancestors, Nathaniel Cole, in Binghamton, New York.|
Cole was a native of Connecticut when he enlisted in the Colonial Army. He then relocated to New York and established a village at "Cole's Hill" with a tavern and post office on the farm-to-market road, now called Colesville Road.