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American Freedom Train – 1975–76 station stops

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American Freedom Train – 1975–76 station stops

This article lists all of the station stops made by the American Freedom Train tour in 1975 and 1976.

Contents

  • 1975 1
    • April 1975 1.1
    • May 1975 1.2
    • June 1975 1.3
    • July 1975 1.4
    • August 1975 1.5
    • September 1975 1.6
    • October 1975 1.7
    • November 1975 1.8
    • December 1975 1.9
  • 1976 2
    • January 1976 2.1
    • February 1976 2.2
    • March 1976 2.3
    • April 1976 2.4
    • May 1976 2.5
    • June 1976 2.6
    • July 1976 2.7
    • August 1976 2.8
    • September 1976 2.9
    • October 1976 2.10
    • November 1976 2.11
    • December 1976 2.12
  • References 3

1975

April 1975

May 1975

June 1975

July 1975

August 1975

September 1975

October 1975

November 1975

December 1975

1976

January 1976

February 1976

March 1976

April 1976

May 1976

June 1976

July 1976

August 1976

2101 as AFT 1 in Allentown, Pennsylvania

September 1976

October 1976

November 1976

December 1976

References

  • Timeline for the 1975-1976 American Freedom Train, retrieved December 23, 2004.
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