The Sun - NY Newspaper - Liberty's Birthplace - April 20, 1875
An original edition of the The Sun (NY newspaper) from April 20, 1875. Some of the top stories are the celebrations in 'Liberty's Birthplace' - Lexington and Concord. It was a celebration of the centennial of the first battle of the Revolution with the carriage that held President Grant getting lost in the giant crowds. Others stories of the day were 'Our Patriotic Legislature', a bank robbery, the Union-Pacific railroad is flooded, a corpse found in the woods, crises in Louisiana, a book on the life of Abraham Lincoln, and other stories of the day.
Reading contemporaneous newspapers from the past are a great way to learn about our American history.
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