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  1. The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile-long path through downtown Boston, Massachusetts that passes by 16 locations significant to the history of the United States. Marked largely with brick, it winds between Boston Common to the USS Constitution in Charlestown. Stops along the trail include simple explanatory ground markers, graveyards, notable churches and buildings, and a historic naval frigate. While most of the sites are free or suggest donations, the Old South Meeting House, the Old State House, and the Paul Revere House charge admission. The Freedom Trail is overseen by the City of Boston's Freedom Trail Commission and is supported in part by the Freedom Trail Foundation and Boston National Historical Park.
  2. The Freedom Trail is a 2350 km long, 37 000 metres of ups and downs, mountain bike route across South Africa, from Pietermaritzburg in the east to Paarl in the west. This technically challenging trail was started in 2004 and is made up of dirt roads, dirt tracks and cattle tracks featuring impressive geological and scenic diversity. It traverses seven biomes, from the high mountains of Lesotho, to the wide open spaces of the Great Karoo, crossing six mountain ranges, criss-crossing countless valleys, venturing through unspoilt wilderness areas, a few national parks and some nature reserves.


"Freedom trail" is an award-winning book by Jeanne Williams.

  • award: - Spur Award for Best Juvenile Fiction, received by Jeanne Williams

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Google previewFreedom Trail Boston - Ultimate Tour & History Guide (2014)

Tips, Secrets, & Tricks by Steve Gladstone

The Freedom Trail is a 2.7 mile red brick path (mostly brick - some lines are painted) that connects 16 significant historic sites, referred to as “Stops” ...

Google previewRoadtripping USA (2005)

The Complete Coast-to-Coast Guide to America by Let's Go Inc.

While the Freedom Trail is a nice place to start, wandering around Boston's many districts, its jumble of streets, and its (rarely square) squares will give you a better glimpse of this evolving metropolis. (VITAL STATS > 1 Population: 600,000 ...

Google previewMy First Pocket Guide About Massachusetts (2011)

by Carole Marsh

Freedom Trail is a walking tour in downtown Boston that points out the major landmarks of the city during Colonial and Revolutionary times. Marks of red on the sidewalk indicate the specific sites. Granary Burying Ground has the graves of ...

Google previewWhat's Great about Massachusetts? (2014)

by Amanda Lanser

The Freedom Trail is a fun way to experience ...

Google previewGreat Escapes (2015)

Experience the World at Your Leisure by Lonely Planet

The Freedom Trail is a lot to take in, especially for the younger set, so stick to the highlights.

Google previewInsiders' Guide® to Massachusetts (2013)

by Maria Olia

The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile brick (sometimes red- painted) path along the sidewalks of downtown Boston and connects the dots of some of ...

Google preview17 Insane But True Things About Travel Destinations (2015)

by Michael Bonomo

The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile easy-to-follow red brick line that links 16 historical sites together around the Streets Of BOSton... and it's free. It's Starts from BOSton Common and winds its way through BOSton landmarks Such as the State ...

Google previewSeeing God in America (2015)

Devotions from 100 Favorite Places by Thomas Nelson

Winding its way through downtown Boston, the Freedom Trail is a two-and-a-half- mile walking path linking sixteen of our nation's most renowned historic landmarks. Boston has always taken pride in its revolutionary past. But in 1951, local ...

Google previewMy 100 Day World Trip with Contiki (2011)

by Sarah Lifen Chen

The Freedom Trail is a red (mostly brick) path through downtown Boston, Massachusetts that leads to 16 significant historic sites. It is a 2.5mile walk from Boston Common to Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown. Simple ground markers ...

Google previewCreating Green Roadways (2013)

Integrating Cultural, Natural, and Visual Resources into Transportation by James L. Sipes, Matthew L. Sipes

Figure 3-35 The Freedom Trail is a popular multiuse trail in Atlanta, Georgia. Many people have used the trail for walking, running, and biking since it was completed in 2000. Image courtesy of EDAW. typically occur where trails connect with ...

Google previewRoadtripping USA 2nd Edition (2007)

The Complete Coast-to-Coast Guide to America by Let's Go Inc., Caitlin Claire Vincent

While the Freedom Trail is a nice place to start, wandering around Boston's many districts, jumble of streets, and rarely square squares will give you a better glimpse of this evolving metropolis. For more comprehensive coverage of the Boston ...

Google previewThe American Promise, A History of the United States, Volume I, To 1877 (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Freedom Trail: The Freedom Trail is a red (mostly brick) path through downtown Boston, Massachusetts, that leads to 16significant historic sites. Itis a 2.5mile walk from BostonCommon to Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown. Simple ground ...

Google previewBoston National Historical Park, Charleston Navy Yard Boundary Enlargement Report (1978) B1; Draft General Management Plan (GMP) B2(v.1); Final General Management Plan (GMP) (1980) B3(2v); Management Alternatives, Environmental Assessment (EA) (1976) B4; Statement for Management (1980) B5; Statement for Interpretation and Visitor Services (FY83) (1980)

Environmental Impact Statement

The Freedom Trail is an interpretive device, a walking route. In accordance with the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 and its implementing regulations, " Protection of Historic and Cultural Properties" (36 CFR Part 800), the Criteria of ...

Google previewPop Culture Places: An Encyclopedia of Places in American Popular Culture [3 volumes] (2014)

An Encyclopedia of Places in American Popular Culture [3 volumes] by Gladys L. Knight

The Freedom Trail features the Granary Burying Ground (burying place for famous patriots such as Samuel Adams and Paul Adams), the first public school in the nation, Paul Revere's House, and the Bunker Hill Monument. Other points of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Folklife (2015)

by Simon J Bronner

Since Boston played a central role in the American Revolution, millions of international visitors come to the city annually to walk the National Park Service« s Freedom Trail. This popular walking route includes historical markers for Boston«s ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (2006)

by Elizabeth Knowles

Freedom Trail a historic route through Boston, Massachusetts, which begins and ends at Faneuil Hall, where Bostonians met to protest against British 'taxation without representation' (see BOSTONTea Party) in the months preceding the War ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Local History (2017)

by Amy H. Wilson

The Iowa Freedom Trail Grant collected information on Iowa abolitionists and the *Underground Railroad while the State Historical Society partnered with the * National Park Service to add several buildings associated with Underground ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the African Diaspora: Origins, Experiences, and Culture [3 volumes] (2008)

Origins, Experiences, and Culture by Carole Elizabeth Boyce Davies

the Appalachian freedom trail) and Nat Turner. They were to take social commentary to the level of activists' propaganda for liberation. Innovation was in lyrics and style. New lyrics employed the language of the Holy Bible as metaphors for ...

Google previewThe Fourth of July Encyclopedia (2007)

by James R. Heintze

The Boston Common is designated as an important landmark of the Freedom Trail, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of New Year's Holidays Worldwide (2014)

by William D. Crump

Mystic Seaport in April 2000, named for a Spanish ship aboard which a slave rebellion transpired in the nineteenth century; Amistad linked Connecticut's maritime legacy with its Freedom Trail, the latter an African American heritage site).

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