In 1985, a Dunlap Broadside of the Declaration of Independence was found in the Ladd-Gilman House. This amazing discovery is now a major focus of the American Independence Museum’s collections and programming.

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The American Independence Museum

promotes awareness, increases understanding and celebrates the freedoms of American Independence to recognize the many facets of the founding of our Nation, and to encourage and inspire civic engagement today.

The Museum is now closed.

Stay tuned for more information on Opening in May, 2016!

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