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Shortly after the U.S. declared war on Great Britain during the summer of 1812, residents of Providence, Rhode Island, joined together to erect a liberty pole on Cranston St. Liberty poles were often built in towns during the American Revolution as a symbol of freedom and independence. During the War of 1812, which has often been called a second American Revolution, citizens of Providence erected one as well. This list details who subscribed for the construction of the pole. If you value American independence but can't subscribe to erect a liberty pole, at least you can adopt this list.

Adopted by Mary Fuhrer in memory of Jack Larkin

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