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And they're very useful. In order to make the Virtual American Revolution project work, it requires hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars to fly and drive around the eastern USA to photograph these historical locations, return with the photos, stitch them into panoramas and convert them into Flash virtual tours. Then they have to be put on the site so you can see them.

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April 3, 2011

At the Lexington Green

My name is Carlton SooHoo and I am the principle member of the Virtual American Revolution Project. I've been hitting various location of the American Revolution, at first in Massachusetts and eventually across the entire eastern USA, in order to try and capture an idea of the importance of these historical events.

For Battle Green visitor information, visit the Lexington Chamber of Commerce:

Many of the nearby battle sites associated with Lexington and Concord are part of Minute Man National Historical Park:

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