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On this day 249 years ago the First Continental Congress assembled in Philadelphia. There were 56 delegates, representing every colony except Georgia. The intent of the Congress was to organize colonial resistance to Parliament’s Coercive Acts, eventually leading to the American Revolution and the creation of the United States of America. 

Visit the Indiana War Memorial Museum to learn about the role played by the Indiana Territory throughout the American Revolution. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free! 

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On September 3, 1783 the Treaty of Paris was signed by John Adams, Ben Franklin and John Jay, formally ending the American Revolutionary War. 

Did you know George Rogers Clark’s siege of Fort Sackville, in what is now Vincennes Indiana, was a turning point for the American Revolution in the West? Learn more about the Siege of Sackville at the Indiana War Memorial Museum, open Wednesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free! 

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On this day in 1945, Japan surrendered unconditionally to the Allied forces. Today, 78 years later, we recognize VJ Day as the end of World War II. 

Take a moment to honor and remember the Americans - especially Hoosier servicemen and women - at the World War II Memorial located in the American Legion Mall.

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August 24-25, 1814, during the War of 1812, Washington D.C. was invaded by British forces leaving much of the public buildings, as well as private homes, burned. 

Come visit the Indiana War Memorial Museum and learn more about the War of 1812 and see the artifacts we have, such as the 1st Regiment Colors Flag (pictured here). The museum is open Wednesday through Sunday between 9am - 5pm. Admission is free! 

Today Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd U.S. President was born in North Bend, Ohio. He moved to Indianapolis after completing law school, creating an everlasting name for himself in the Circle City. 

President Benjamin Harrison was elected in 1889 after conducting the first “front-porch” campaign by delivering short speeches to delegations that visited him in Indianapolis. 

Visit the Indiana War Memorial Museum and learn more about the life of Benjamin Harrison. With free admissions the museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 9am - 5pm. 

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Constructed in 1931, Cenotaph Square memorializes the first casualty of World War I: Corporal James B. Gresham of Company F, 16th Infantry. Gresham was from Evansville, Indiana. The Cenotaph is dedicated to all those who were lost in the First World War. 

Cenotaph Square is located at the north end of American Legion Mall and can be visited 365 days a year from dawn until dusk. 

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Victory over Japan Day, VJ-Day, took place on August 15, 1945. President Truman announced on August 14 that Japan had surrendered to the Allied Forces, ending the war in the Pacific. 

Learn more about the end of World War II and the extraordinary stories of Hoosiers who participated in the victory at the Indiana War Memorial Museum. Open Wednesday to Sunday from 9am-5pm. 

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