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Silas Deane, 1781
Silas Deane, 1781
Deane in a 1766 painting by William Johnston
Deane in a 1766 painting by William Johnston
Baron de Kalb Introducing Lafayette to Silas Deane (1879 Print)
Baron de Kalb Introducing Lafayette to Silas Deane (1879 Print)
Silas Deane House in Wethersfield, Connecticut
Silas Deane House in Wethersfield, Connecticut
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The First Continental Congress, meeting in Philadelphia, published and signed the Continental Association on October 20, 1774; Thomas Jefferson, who w
The First Continental Congress, meeting in Philadelphia, published and signed the Continental Association on October 20, 1774; Thomas Jefferson, who was not yet a delegate to the Congress, signed this copy (on lower left)
Carpenter's Hall in Philadelphia, where the First Continental Congress passed the Continental Association on October 20, 1774
Carpenter's Hall in Philadelphia, where the First Continental Congress passed the Continental Association on October 20, 1774
Original Articles of Association, p. 1 See also: Pages 2 and 3 For printed text of the entire document see: WikiSource
Original Articles of Association, p. 1 See also: Pages 2 and 3 For printed text of the entire document see: WikiSource
Page 3, the signatory page of the Association
Page 3, the signatory page of the Association