Places to go in Philadelphia By Allison,Maddy kyle, and Brittlee

On our first day we are going to see the Liberty Bell.

The State House bell became a herald of liberty in the 19th century. Because of the crack in the bell, it is not used any more.

On our second day we are going to see Independence Hall.

This is where the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were signed. We would probably not be the United States of America without these important documents!

On our third day we are going to see Carpenters Hall.

Carpenters Hall hosted the first Congress in 1774 and was home to Franklin's library company.

On day four we are going to see the President's House.

George Washington lived here from November 27, 1790 to March 10, 1797. Then John Adams lived here from March 21, 1797 to May 30, 1800.

On are fith day we are going to see Congress Hall

The former united states capitol building. Before it was in Washington DC it was in Philadelphia pa.

On are last day, we are going to see the Betsy Ross House.

Betsy Ross made the first American Flag. Back then there were only 13 states.

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