Tuesday, June 05, 2007

4th of July Minutemen

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4th of July Minutemen

The Minute Man, a statue by Daniel Chester French erected in 1875 in Concord, Massachusetts.

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The Minute Man

Minute Man

Minutemen From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Minutemen is a name given to teams of select men from the Massachusetts militia, who vowed to be ready for battle in a minute's notice. These teams constituted about a fourth of the entire militia, and generally were the younger and more mobile, serving part of network for early response to any threat. Minuteman Paul Revere spread the news that "the Regulars are coming out" when the British marched towards the arsenal in Concord, as part of a minuteman network.

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