In December 1776 the Second Continental Congress fled
Philadelphia, fearing the British Army's rapid progress across the
states and their intention to take the city. Congress reconvened at
Henry Fite House, Baltimore, Maryland, and met there from the 20th
of December, 1776 until the 27th of February, 1777.
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- American War of Independence