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Sons of the Revolution established a library focused on the Colonial and Revolutionary periods of American History. This American Heritage Library and Museum also has a fine collection of 18th and 19th century vital records, family histories, American military history and English genealogy as well as artifacts like General Washington’s leopard skin saddle blanket.
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[[Image:George Washington.JPG|150px|Right|thumb|George Washington]]Sons of the Revolution established a library focused on the Colonial and Revolutionary periods of American History. This American Heritage Library and Museum also has a fine collection of 18th and 19th century vital records, family histories, American military history and English genealogy as well as artifacts like General Washington’s leopard skin saddle blanket.<br><br>Since it began in 1893, donations and acquisitions have made the library well known in the western United States as one of the largest collections relating to the American Revolution and Colonial America.</div> <div style="clear:both;"></div> <div style="position:relative;"><div style="position:absolute; left:0px"></div>
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<br> Admission to the library is free of charge to the public.<br>'''American Heritage Library and Museum'''<br>600 South Central Avenue<br>Glendale, California 91204<br>(818) 240-1775<br>[http://www.srcalifornia.com/library/library_history.htm Sons of the Revolution Library and Museum]<br>
  
Since it began in 1893, donations and acquisitions have made the library well known in the western United States as one of the largest collections relating to the American Revolution and Colonial America.
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See also [[DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) and SAR (Sons of the American Revolution)|Sons of the American Revolution]]
 
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Admission to the library is free of charge to the public.<br>American Heritage Library and Museum<br>600 South Central Avenue<br>Glendale, California 91204<br>(818) 240-1775<br>w w w .srcalifornia.com<br>
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See also [[DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) and SAR (Sons of the American Revolution) | Sons of the American Revolution]]
 

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Sons of the Revolution established a library focused on the Colonial and Revolutionary periods of American History. This American Heritage Library and Museum also has a fine collection of 18th and 19th century vital records, family histories, American military history and English genealogy as well as artifacts like General Washington’s leopard skin saddle blanket.

Since it began in 1893, donations and acquisitions have made the library well known in the western United States as one of the largest collections relating to the American Revolution and Colonial America.


Admission to the library is free of charge to the public.
American Heritage Library and Museum
600 South Central Avenue
Glendale, California 91204
(818) 240-1775
Sons of the Revolution Library and Museum

See also Sons of the American Revolution