Tag: july 4th

Tour Through the Home of Paul Revere- One of America’s Greatest Supporters

As Home of the Brave Week comes to a close, we wanted to highlight one more influential individual in American history who played an integral part in helping us to become the free and great nation we are today. Paul Revere, a first generation American–his father was French and their pre-anglicized name was Riviore, might [...]

July 05 / 2013

Visiting the Beloved Home of Theodore Roosevelt

Coldwell Banker is featuring Home of the Brave week in honor of Independence Day. Join us as we explore the home of Theodore Roosevelt, Sagamore Hill.

Revisiting the Homes of Abraham Lincoln

This post was originally written last summer and has since become one of the most read blog posts we’ve ever written. I’m guessing there are a lot of 5th graders who find this useful when they have to do their history report, but also there’s just something about Lincoln that makes us want to know more about him.

July 01 / 2013

Home of the Brave Week on the Coldwell Banker Blog

July 4th, 1776 was the official start of a new home for Americans. We broke free of England’s control and formed a new homeland. 237 years later the significance of this celebration is not lost on those who still call our great nation home.

July 01 / 2013

Happy Independence Day!

While the calendar says July 4th, we know it truly is Independence Day. It’s a national holiday that oozes with patriotic pride and the taste of a backyard barbecue. We think of holidays at home being focused on Christmas or Thanksgiving, but for me July 4th is one of those holidays too.