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Declaration Of Independence Collection

"The Birth of a Nation: The Declaration of Independence" In the heart of Philadelphia's Independence National Historical Park, lies the revered Free Quaker Meeting House

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Declaration Of Independence Collection: The Declaration Committee. Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson meeting at
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: The Presidents of the United States, publlished by N. Currier, New York, c. 1844 (litho)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Signed copy of the Declaration of Independence, 4 July 1776
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Copy of The Declaration of Independence in Free Quarker Meeting House
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Signed copy of the Declaration of Independence, 4 July 1776
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Declaration of Independence
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: First page of signatures on the Declaration of Independence
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. John Hancocks Defiance. Lithograph, 1876, by Currier & Ives
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Centennial celebration at Independence Hall, 1876
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: EVRV2A-00074
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: George Wythe of Virginia
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Detail of the beginning of the Declaration of Independence, 4 July 1776
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: EVRV2A-00003
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: 3rd President of the United States. Stipple engraving, c1801, by Cornelius Tiebout
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Thomas Jefferson reading his rough draft of the Declaration of Independence to Benjamin Franklin
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Arthur Middleton of South Carolina
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Samuel Chase, 1811. Creator: John Wesley Jarvis
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Colonies of North America in 1776 (print)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of the United states of America, (1901)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Drafting the Declaration of Independence in 1776, 19th century (engraving)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Benjamin Franklin Statue, Boston, Massachusetts. Front of the Boston Latin School founded
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Panel (Furnishing Fabric), Lyon, 1820. Creator: H. Brunet et Cie
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Centennial Print (Furnishing Fabric), New Hampshire, c. 1875
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: 24c Declaration of Independence re-issue single, 1875. Creator
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: 24c Declaration of Independence G Grill invert error single, 1869
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Andrew Jackson, pub. 1842 (colour litho)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Fire-Works on the Night of the Fourth of July, 1868 (wood engraving)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Drafting the Declaration of Independence in 1776, 1944 (oil on panel)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Drafting of the United States Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: The Statue of Liberty, New York Harbour (photo)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Independence Hall, Chestnut Street, South Side between 5th and 6th Streets
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: The Colonies of North America at the Declaration of Independence (colour litho)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: She Prefers Her Independence (colour litho)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Signatures to the Declaration of Independence (engraving)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Thomas Jefferson, c. 1797 (pastel on grey paper)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Portrait of Thomas Jefferson by John Trumbull, 1788 (oil on panel)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Franklins return to Philadelphia, c. 1930 (photomechanical print)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Draft of the Declaration of Independence, 4th July 1776 (pen & ink on paper)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Declaration of Independence (engraving)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Declaration of Independence (engraving)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Portraits of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence (engraving)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Banana Tree, Pennsylvania Centennial Exhibition, 1876 (silver albumen print)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: New York patriots pull down the statue of George III at Bowling Green, 9th July 1776
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Signing of the Declaration of Independence (colour litho)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: Signing of the Declaration of Independence, 4 July 1776 (litho)
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Declaration Of Independence Collection: The Year 1776, the beginning of American nationhood, with the Declaration of Independence issued


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"The Birth of a Nation: The Declaration of Independence" In the heart of Philadelphia's Independence National Historical Park, lies the revered Free Quaker Meeting House. Within its walls resides an extraordinary artifact that symbolizes the very essence of American identity - a copy of The Declaration of Independence. This hallowed document, signed on July 4th, 1776, stands as a testament to the unwavering spirit and determination of our founding fathers. As we gaze upon this signed copy, we are transported back in time to that pivotal moment when brave men put pen to paper and declared their independence from tyranny. Each stroke of ink represents not only their defiance against oppression but also their unyielding belief in freedom and equality for all. The first page adorned with signatures serves as a visual reminder that these were not just words on parchment; they were promises made by individuals who risked everything for liberty's sake. Among them was John Hancock, whose bold signature became synonymous with rebellion and courage. Through Currier & Ives' lithograph "John Hancocks Defiance, " we witness how one man's audacity embodied the collective spirit of defiance against British rule. His resolute stance echoes throughout history as a beacon for future generations to stand up against injustice. George Wythe, another signatory from Virginia, played an instrumental role in shaping this historic document. His intellect and dedication laid the foundation for our nation's principles which still resonate today. Thomas Jefferson's rough draft comes alive through Clyde O. DeLand's painting depicting him sharing his vision with Benjamin Franklin. In this intimate moment captured on canvas, we glimpse into the creative process behind those immortal words that would inspire millions around the world. As we reflect upon these artifacts within Independence National Historical Park, let us remember that The Declaration of Independence is more than just a piece of paper encased in glass; it is a testament to human resilience and an enduring symbol of freedom.