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oration, commemorative of American independence.

Williams Emmons

oration, commemorative of American independence.

Pronounced at Hallowell, July fourth, 1809.

by Williams Emmons

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Published by Printed and sold by Peter Edes, also, sold by E. Goodale, at the Hallowell bookstore in Augusta [Me.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fourth of July orations

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Williams Emmons ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE286 .H19 1809
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6590285M
    LC Control Number16019557
    OCLC/WorldCa24732099

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    The American Independence Sesquicentennial half dollar and quarter eagle may not be the most aesthetically appealing coins, but they hold a place of honor in U.S. coinage history just the same. Numismatic scholar Don Taxay made this point in his Illustrated History of U.S. Commemorative Coinage. Why is it, Friends and Fellow Citizens, that you are here assembled? Why is it, that, entering upon the sixty-second year of our national existence, you have honored with an invitation to address you from this place, a fellow citizen of a former age, bearing in the records of his memory, the warm and vivid affections which attached him, at the distance of a full half century, to your town, and.

    The United States Sesquicentennial coin issue consisted of a commemorative half dollar and quarter eagle (gold $ piece) struck in at the Philadelphia Mint for the th anniversary of American independence. The obverse of the half dollar features portraits of the first president, Value: 50 cents ( US dollars). From “An Oration on the Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence ” Noah Webster, New Have n, AN ORATION. The history of the first English settlements in America, and of the measures which prepared the way for a revolution in the colonies, is too i nteresting not to be well understood by men of common curiosity and reading in File Size: 20KB.


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