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Jamaica Guide"1765-1783: Jamaica Takes Part in History During the American Revolution""1778-1793: Jamaica Makes its Own History Between Two Revolutions"From suggestion by Patrick O'Kelley.

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This dynamic program has become one of our most popular classroom experiences. Students explore the famous events, historical figures, and relevant vocabulary of this pivotal point in America’s history. Through dramatic activities, students “become” famous men and women of the American Revolution. Flags, maps, re-enactments, music, and games help students explore and understand the importance of American liberty and patriotism.

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