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The history of the Brandywine Valley dates back to the birth of America in 1776. The Brandywine Valley and its mills provided America's paper to the print shop of Benjamin Franklin in Philadelphia, as well as the paper used to print currency for the colonies, and the Continental Congress. The Brandywine Valley mills also produced the paper used to print the Declaration of Independence.
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