There were 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence. Of the signers nine died before the end of the war. Most were able to reclaim their lost lands.
"Here was buried Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence of the Statute of Virginia for religious freedom and Father of the University of Virginia"
The Battle of Kings Mountain was important because it was a victory for the Patriot cause. The forces loyal to the king were mostly American, fighting American forces looking for independence. The Loyalist forces suffered over 300 casualties (dead and wounded) and almost 700 captured. American forces had under 90 casualties (dead and wounded).
no he's not alive now he's dead
Hobbes' and Locke's theories have little influence in American thought today. Hobbes' Leviathan has been used as a bible by the dictatorships of Africa. Locke had great influence during the time of the American Revolution. His writing influenced the Declaration of Independence. Today, all politics are local. Politics has been reduced to a combination of, "What have you done for me lately?" "I want mine now." And mantras. Too much American thought today consists of politically correct thinking and wants little to do with the writings of dead white men. Maybe some day America will return to such interest.
yes he is dead\
No because there dead
1-But in a larger sense we can not dedicate,we can not consecrate,we can not hallow this ground. 2-The brave men ,living and dead,who struggled here,have consecrated it far above our poor power to add or detract.
he convinced the french to help them i think. and he helped write the declaration of Independence
The Declaration of Independence stated that "all men are by nature equally free and independent, and have certain inherent rights . . . namely, the enjoyment of life and liberty, with the means of acquiring and possessing property, and pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety."The Bill of Rights was an attempt to name and quantify those important rights, making it more clear and giving the citizens a better understanding of what that meant.
Making it appealing, even to those loyal to England and to also make it completely loophole-proof.
Yes. Of course he did. He was a very smart man.Though he's dead now he will always be remembered.
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Even though the US Constitution was said to be "a living document" neither it nor the Declaration of Independence is alive. The oldest known surviving formal document(s) from history are the Dead Sea Scrolls which are about 2000 years old. There are cave paintings and smaller fragments that have been found that are older still. The oldest surviving documents from US history are probably contemporary trasnscriptions of The Mayflower Compact in in Mourt's Relation and William Bradford's journal Of Plymouth Plantation .
Through a succesful war of independence (1810-1821), which cost 250-500,000 dead.
Protestants either bury or cremate there dead.
No, neither of the twins are dead.
You are either extinct or extant. Dead is dead, there are no degrees of it.