America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
The room where it happened. In 1776, the Continental Congress declared Independence in this room and in 1787 the U.S. Constitution was debated and signed.

Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (NPS photo)
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
Lassen Volcanic National Park (photo by I-Ting Chiang)
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
America's Holy Ground & Sacred Sites: 112 Faithful Reflections for America
The east face of Painted Hills, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument (Photo: Wikipedia/Finetooth)

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