Thomas Paine National Historical Association | City of New Rochelle Westchester County New York
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Thomas Paine National Historical Association


City of New Rochelle

Westchester County


10804, Thomas Paine, New Rochelle, NY, oldest historical associations in the United States, works of Thomas Paine, history, preeminent founder of the United States of America, Thomas Paine Memorial Building, American inventor Thomas Paine National Historical Association

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Thomas Paine National Historical Association is located at 983 North Ave., New Rochelle, NY 10804. "The Thomas Paine National Historical Association, founded January 29, 1884 in New York City, is among the oldest historical associations in the United States. Our mission, to educate the world about the life, times and works of Thomas Paine, is designed to ensure Paine's rightful place in history as the preeminent founder of the United States of America. He was, in fact, the first person to coin this phrase. In the course of his lifetime, Paine was an outstanding political and social influence upon the entire world."

The construction of the Thomas Paine Memorial Building began May 30,1925 when the great American inventor Thomas A. Edison turned the first spade full of earth. For many years, this beautiful old building has housed the library and museum collection.

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