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We went on our second tour with Mr. Bradford today. He does an amazing job of making history seem... read more

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Reviewed 19 November 2020

To the call of the drum and the waving of the flag, we gathered in Johnson Square. Aaron involved participants from the youngest to the eldest as he vividly painted a picture of Savannah’s Colonial life and its impact on the Natives. Squares grew into life in the City of Savannah. One participant was crowned “King George” who then chose Parliament. The impact of the Sugar and Stamp Acts were made personal with humor and thought-provoking questions. Are you a Patriot, and what is it worth to you?

Stories of people and events were illuminated at the sundial, and we sang the chorus of a rallying song as we marched to Reynolds Square. At the statue of John Wesley, we learned of the Great Awakening and how it led to the Declaration of Independence. As those precious words rang out, we were reminded that our freedom came with a price.

We relived the Battle of the Rice Boats and the heroism of James Jackson. At Oglethorpe Square, we took part in successful battle formations and tactics. We paused at Colonial Park Cemetery and remembered those who sacrificed for our faith, virtue, and freedom. Madison Square was hallowed ground that witnessed fighting in Savannah during the American Revolution. A statue told the story of the gallant Sergeant Jasper, who risked his life saving a flag and perished.

As 90 minutes flew by, we were immersed in adventures in history. This is a highly recommended, compelling tour for all ages.

Date of experience: October 2020
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