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Conditions for Free Use of ushistory.org Content
For Printed Publications:
This material is copyright by, and used with permission of, the Independence Hall Association, on the web at ushistory.org.
For Internet Publications:
Just pick up the following text (pick the one most suitable) as is and place in your html file:
<I>Picture courtesy of <A HREF="http://www.ushistory.org">ushistory.org</A></I><BR>
<I>Story courtesy of <A HREF="http://www.ushistory.org">ushistory.org</A></I><BR>
<I>Information courtesy of <A HREF="http://www.ushistory.org">ushistory.org</A></I><BR>
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Story courtesy of ushistory.org
Information courtesy of ushistory.org
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