It sent people to negotiate with the Native Americans.
It established a postal system & a Continental Navy and Marine Corps.
And it authorized poverty.
The First Congress started a boycott of British goods and a Second Continental Congress. The Second Continental Congress created the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation.
It has to be agreed by 2/3 of congress. OR 2/3 (34) of the state legislatures
John Hancock, President of Congress, signed it on behalf of all. (Also signing, attesting to Hancock's signature, was Charles Thomson, Secretary of the Continental Congress [throughout its entire existence!].) The others waited until August 2 to begin signing the official "engrossed" copy once it was prepared & returned by the printer.
The Second Continental Congress began to discuss independence in 1776.
The actions that the Second Continental Congress took to begin governing the colonies were authorizing a currency with a post office, creating committees to handle relations with Native Americans and foreign countries, and it created the continental army.
The First Continental Congress set a deadline to get the British to respond. This deadline was for embargoing British goods. The date for this to begin was December 1, 1774.
· Declaration of Independence adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776
Congress could begin to reform the bureaucracy by allowing more members to vote and have an influence on how the government is run
Do you mean of the US or the Continental Congress. US: George Washington (April 30, 1789) Continental Congress: Peyton Randolph (September 5, 1774)
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by May 10, 1775
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