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Declaration of independence. J o h n H a n c o c k. John Hancock was the 1 st person to sign the declaration of independence. His signature became so famous that when people write there signature they call it a John H ancock . GE OR GE WA SH IN GT ON.

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j o h n h a n c o c k
John Hancock

John Hancock was the 1st person to sign the declaration of independence. His signature became so famous that when people write there signature they call it a John Hancock

ge or ge wa sh in gt on

On April 30, 1789, George Washington, standing on the balcony of Federal Hall on Wall Street in New York, took his oath of office as the 1st President of the United States.

b e n j a m i n f r a n k l e n

He was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.

He was also partners with William Goddard and Joseph Galloway the three of whom published the Pennsylvania Chronicle, a newspaper that was known for its revolutionary sentiments and criticisms of the British monarchy in the American colonies.

mi nu te m e n

MINUTEMEN were citizen soldiers in the American colonies who volunteered to fight the British at a "minute's" notice during the years before the American Revolution. The most famous minutemen were those who figured in the battles at Lexington and Concord, though minutemen militias were organized in other New England colonies as well.

loya list

Loyalists were colonials who took the British side during the American Revolution. "Tories" often is used as a synonym but refers in the eighteenth-century context to believers in an unrestrained monarchy. Most Loyalists believed in Parliament's supremacy over the Crown and the colonies alike. Revolutionaries used "the disaffected" to describe not only active opponents but also people who tried to stay out of the conflict, including religious objectors like Quakers.

pa tr io t

Patriots fight for independence and is against the British and its unfair laws

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A few patriots




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a few loyalist





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