American Revolutionary War Memorial Inc

American Revolutionary War Memorial Inc An educational memorial representing the American Revolutionary War, the every day patriots & citizens who fought for American Independence.

We are seeking donations to erect this new memorial that will be the first memorial west of the Mississippi River, dedicated to those men, women & children, who fought for independence.

Mission: Our mission is to erect an educational memorial that will remind citizens of our patriots who fought for American Freedom, to Educate people about the Revolutionary War, to educate future citizens.

Operating as usual

09/17/2019

There are patriot tiles available for a donation of a Revolutionary War ancestor, battle , etc. You do not have to live in Kansas to donate. Please consider honoring a little known patriot of the Revolutionary War!

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09/17/2019

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09/17/2019

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07/04/2019

Waiting to start.

07/04/2019

Today's dedication is still a go. According to weather man, it should clear out by 10 am! See you at the park!

07/01/2019

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HEAR YE! HEAR YE!  The date for the dedication of the American Revolutionary War Memorial has been set for Independence ...
06/22/2019

HEAR YE! HEAR YE! The date for the dedication of the American Revolutionary War Memorial has been set for Independence Day in Wichita KS! Please plan on arriving early, as ceremonies begin at 10 a.m.
Parking is limited!
Tiles are still available for a donation! Accepting donations!

06/17/2019

Dedication of the American Revolutionary War Memorial, will be conducted on Thursday, July 4, 2019 at 10 am; at Veterans Memorial Park ,331 Veterans Blvd. in Wichita KS. Tiles are still available for a donation until Sep. 1, 2020. Do not wait to order.

Today is Memorial Day.  Please remember America"s first veterans. The men, women ,and children who fought for American I...
05/27/2019

Today is Memorial Day. Please remember America"s first veterans. The men, women ,and children who fought for American Independence.!

March is Women's History MonthI will list a few women who made history in the American Revolution.   Catherine "Kate" Mo...
03/06/2019
Catherine Moore Barry – Heroine of Cowpens | The American View

March is Women's History Month
I will list a few women who made history in the American Revolution.

Catherine "Kate" Moore Barry - South Carolina
Catherine Moore Barry served her country with bravery and intelligence as a spy and messenger and was instrumental in the pivotal Battle of Cowpens. This battle was a turning point in the reconquest of South Carolina from the British forces and ultimately lead to the Battle of Yorktown when General Washington accepted the surrender of General Cornwallis. She became one of the first American Heroines and was decorated with several medals after the War for Independence by South Carolina.
Learn more about Kate Barry at https://www.theamericanview.com/catherine-moore-barry-heroine-of-cowpens/

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02/20/2019

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Today is National Cherry Pie Day.  Here's a little tidbit that you probably didn't know.  According to the American Pie ...
02/20/2019

Today is National Cherry Pie Day. Here's a little tidbit that you probably didn't know.

According to the American Pie Council, the pie came to America with the first English settlers. The early colonists cooked their pies in long narrow pans calling them “coffyns” like the crust in England. As in the Roman times, the early American pie crusts often were not eaten, but just designed to hold the filling during baking. It was during the American Revolution that the term crust was used instead of “coffyn.”

02/19/2019

A dedication date has been set! July 4, 2019.
The last date to order a tile will be September 3, 2020.
Do not wait until the last minute to order.

02/13/2019

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02/13/2019

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01/19/2019

You can still get tiles for an American Revolutionary War patriot, event or place as long as it is related to the Revolutionary War. $100.00 per tile. Please send your donation and tile information to our mailing address. You do not have to be related to a Revolutionary Patriot to purchase a tile. We will be dedicating this memorial in July. Order before it is too late.

Washington crosses the Delaware
12/27/2018
Washington crosses the Delaware

Washington crosses the Delaware

During the American Revolution, Patriot General George Washington crosses the Delaware River with 5,400 troops, hoping to surprise a Hessian force celebrating

12/16/2018

Every Dec we remember the veterans who have passed. Remember America's First Veterans this weekend!

Remembering America's Veterans.
12/16/2018

Remembering America's Veterans.

11/21/2018
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americanrevolutionarywarmemorial.. Wichita KS. Thank you for your support! We are seeking a speaker for dedication next year! Please pm me if you know of anyone!

November 20, 1776 Fort Constitution, later named Fort Lee, was constructed atop the New Jersey Palisades. Its sister gar...
11/18/2018
Battle of Fort Lee • American Revolutionary War

November 20, 1776

Fort Constitution, later named Fort Lee, was constructed atop the New Jersey Palisades. Its sister garrison, Fort Washington, occupied an elevated position across the Hudson River on Manhattan. They were built to cover a line of obstructions across the Hudson River to bar the movement of British ships. Also, they intended to frustrate the British war plan: "Control the Hudson River with the Royal Navy to cut the colonies in two, then suppress the rebellion, first in New England and elsewhere if necessary."

The New Jersey garrison later took the name of Fort Lee to honor Major General Charles Lee, then regarded by many as America’s most able soldier. Ships were sunk in the waters between the two forts as an additional means to prevent British passage on the Hudson. Fort Lee, however, never saw the opportunity to play its intended role.
he battle marked the successful invasion of New Jersey by British and Hessian forces and the subsequent general retreat of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.

Fort Lee was rendered defenseless after Continental Army troops holding Fort Washington were defeated and captured. The Royal Navy controlled the Hudson River. General William Howe ordered General Charles Cornwallis to "clear the rebel troops from New Jersey without a major engagement, and to do it quickly before the weather changed." The force included Hessian units commanded by Colonel Carl von Donop. https://revolutionarywar.us/year-1776/battle-fort-lee/

American Revolutionary War BattlesThe Battle of Fort Lee November 20, 1776 at Fort Lee, New JerseyBattle SummaryThe battle marked the successful invasion of New Jersey by British and Hessian forces and the subsequent general retreat of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.Fort Lee was r...

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07/09/2018

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06/28/2018

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339 N Greenway St
Wichita, KS
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