Revolutionary War

Historic Annapolis preserved buildings that offer a snapshot into what life was like as our nation came into existence. (Kris Ankarlo/All News 99.1)

Visit Annapolis: Historic Annapolis

Think about this: Every founding father walked on the streets of Annapolis, in many places the same street surface you walk on today. The history runs deep here, and you can dive in as far as you want.


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15 Va. Soldiers Identified at N.Y. Revolutionary War Site

A group working to preserve a New York military cemetery from the Revolutionary War says it has identified 15 soldiers from Virginia believed to be buried there.


Tourist look up at what is believed to be the oldest American flag with the 13 stars of the 13 original colonies represented as they tour of the State House in Annapolis in 2010. Annapolis was settled in 1649 and from 1783 to August 1784, Annapolis served as the United State's first peacetime national capital. There in 1783 General George Washington resigned from the Continental Army. The next year, the Treaty of Paris ending the American Revolution was ratified there. In 1786 the city served as the seat of the Annapolis Convention, at which delegates from five states met to discuss proposed changes to the Articles of Confederation by which the country was then run.  (Photo credit: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Festival Marks 1786 Annapolis National Convention

A festival is marking the 1786 Annapolis National Convention.