Old State House

jernfran62 Jerry Cunningon
While in Boston, Mass. we toured the down town area and was able to get this shot of the Old State House, which is Boston's oldest public building built in 1713 and was the seat of British Colonial Government. The Stamp act was debated here and The Declaration of Independence was first read to Bostonian's from the balcony on July 18 1776. By Jerry Cunnington, 10/2009.

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