Pilgrims Landing in America

Created by Adolph Block in 1961, this medal shows pilgrims and the inscription “They Found Freedom to Worship God” on the obverse. The inscription is from Felicia Hemans’ poem Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers. The reverse features Revolutionary War soldiers and the inscription “Armed in the Holy Cause of Liberty”, from Patrick Henry’s speech delivered before the Virginia Convention of Delegates in 1775. The artist’s stated goal was to portray the colonization and revolutionary eras when the desire for freedom stirred the souls of America’s early settlers and patriots.


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