Located on Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, Independence Hall has served a vital purpose in the early history of the United States because it served as the site where statesmen adopted the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of America.
Built in 1753, the Pennsylvania State housed served as the site of Pennsylvania’s colonial legislature, and it did not become a famous building until it housed the Second Continental Congress. From 1775 to 1783, Americans thirteen colonies sent representatives to this body to debate independence and run the war effort. After independence, delegates met again to form the new government, and they met here in 1787 at the Constitutional Convention.
Independence Hall stands in Independence Square, which consists of Old City Hall, Congress Hall, and Philosophical Hall, where Benjamin Franklin and his colleagues organized the American Philosophical Society.
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