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This page lists transcripts of all pop-up message boxes in Fallout 4.

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Museum of Freedom

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America's Freedom Fighters
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This mural commemorates the many sacrifices of the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces. From Lexington and Concord to the shores of Iwo Jima, from the Sea of Tranquility to the Anchorage Front Line, Americans have fought and died through the ages to secure our nation's freedom. May their sacrifices remind us all that freedom is a privilege afforded to the many, yet hard won by a noble few.

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Wixon's Shovel Museum

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Ditch Diggers of Dusseldorf
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Used by actor Keith McKinney in the film Ditch Diggers of Dusseldorf, this shovel was actually the stunt prop for the McKinney's shovel used in the more dangerous action sequences.

Abraham Lincoln's cousin
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This shovel was used by our 16th president Abraham Lincoln's cousin's neighbor to prepare a latrine hole in 1862 that the president himself might have used!

British Shovel Fighters
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British Shovel Fighters were some of the most feared and deadly warriors of the Revolutionary War. They were known for their pristine ditches and the uncanny ability to deflect rifle shot.

First shovel
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The first shovel originated in neolithic times and was probably made using an animal's shoulder blade. This is a replica of what the shovel may have looked like if made in modern times in Mexico.

Private Jean Luc Allard
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Private Jean Luc Allard used this very shovel as he followed Napoleon's horse in ceremonial parades throughout Europe. Please do not touch.

Long handled spade
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The item you see before you is not technically a shovel, but an example of the "long handled spade," most popular sometime between April 3rd and April 7th 1963.

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