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    1. Zolora

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      Sep 01,  · K-Gr. 3. This large-format book tells the story of Francis Scott Key and how he came to write "The Star Spangled Banner." In , Key boarded a British ship near Baltimore to request the release of his friend and fellow American, Dr. William Beanes. From the ship's deck, they watched as the British fleet attacked Fort peotranbangthopaquatesnovatossellcons.xyzinfos: 4.
    2. Shacage

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      Sep 17,  · Francis Scott Key: How The Star Spangled Banner Came to be Written. Francis Scott Key () was a year-old attorney, who was not in the military during the War of , yet he found himself being held behind enemy lines September of
    3. Mojin

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      Francis Scott Key was a lawyer who witnessed the daylong assault of Fort McHenry by British troops during the War of Key saw the fort hold during the attack and was inspired to write The Star-Spangled Banner, which became the U.S. national anthem.
    4. Fenrigor

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      Key Francis Scott - Star Spangled Banner Lyrics. O! say, can you see, by the dawn's early light, What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming: Whose broad stripes and bright.
    5. Tygom

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      The “Star-Spangled Banner” is the national anthem, or national song, of the United States. The words are from a poem that was written by Francis Scott Key in He watched a night-time battle between Great Britain and America that took place in Baltimore at Fort McHenry during the War of
    6. Fejind

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      The war, the flag, the song, and the legacy: the history of the Star-Spangled Banner is told in four parts. You are invited to share what the American flag means to you by submitting your own photos and stories to the site. You can also explore an interactive flag in incredible detail and answer quiz questions correctly to get a special reward.
    7. Shaktigami

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      Feb 28,  · And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave! On Sept. 13, , Francis Scott Key visited the British fleet in Chesapeake Bay to secure the release of Dr. William Beanes, who had been captured after the burning of Washington, DC.

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