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The Friends of Minute Man National Park will host its next American Revolution Round Table meeting at 7 p.m. Sept. 16 at the park’s Visitor Center, off Route 2A in Lincoln. The topic of the meeting is “Financing the American Revolution: Robert Morris and Haym Salomon,’’ and will feature a 20-minute film, “Sons of Liberty,’’ that won an Academy Award in 1940 and starred Claude Rains as Salomon. For more information and to reserve a place, contact Mel Bernstein at mbern9@gmail.com or 781-259-9926.

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