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Gun Control ? – NRA – Freedoms – Liberty – UN

A free people ought not only to be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government.” — George Washington

1. “Those who hammer their guns into plows will plow for those who do not.” ~Thomas Jefferson

2. Those who trade liberty for security have neither. ~John Adams

3. Free men do not ask permission to bear arms.

4. An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed man is a subject.

5. Only a government that is afraid of its citizens tries to control them.

6. Gun control is not about guns; it’s about control.

7. You only have the rights you are willing to fight for.

8. Know guns, know peace, know safety. No guns, no peace, no safety.

9. You don’t shoot to kill; you shoot to stay alive.

10. Assault is a behavior, not a device.

11. 64,999,987 firearms owners killed no one yesterday.

12. The United States Constitution (c) 1791. All Rights Reserved.

13. The Second Amendment is in place in case the politicians ignore the others.

14. What part of ‘shall not be infringed’ do you NOT understand?

15. Guns have only two enemies; rust and politicians.

16. When you remove the people’s right to bear arms, you create slaves.

17.The American Revolution would never have happened with gun control.

Mary Parkman Peabody – Civil Rights

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Parkman Genealogy of New England

Parkman House, National Historic Landmark, Boston

Parkman House - National Historic Landmark - 50 Chestnut St.- Boston

Parkman House - National Historic Landmark - 50 Chestnut St.- Boston

Francis Parkman House is a National Historic Landmark at 50 Chestnut Street in Boston, Massachusetts.

The house was built in 1865 for Francis Parkman, a historian and horticulturalist, and the house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966.[1

Parkman Bandstand, Boston Common

Parkman Bandstand - Boston Common

Parkman Bandstand - Boston Common

The Parkman Bandstand was named for one of the Common’s greatest benefactors, George Francis Parkman Jr., who died in 1908 and left $5 million for the care of the Common and other city parks. The bandstand was originally dedicated in 1912 and was restored in 1996. It still hosts small events such as midday concerts, theatrical productions, and occasional speeches.

Parkman Plaza, Boston Common

Parkman Plaza - Boston Common -Religion Statue

Parkman Plaza - Boston Common -Religion Statue

Another site on the Common named for George Parkman Jr. is the Parkman Plaza, dedicated in 1960 by Boston Mayor John F. Collins. The plaza is a semicircular paved area bracketed by three inspirational statues: Learning, Industry, and Religion (pictured above).
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