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Is there a list of names of the Founding Fathers and if so where or what are the 56 actual names?

The number 56 suggests that you are thinking of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Thay are among the Founding Fathers but do not constitute the whole. Most copies of the Declaration include the names of the signers. Michael Montagne Yes, there is a list (by state) of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence at http://www.colonialhall.com. They also have biographical information on many of the signers.


What did George Washington sign?

George Washington signed the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and your mothers reproductive organ (A.K.A Uterus)


How was the Declaration of Independence like most state constitutions?

The Declaration of Independence like most state constitutions in that it quoted the ideas of john Locke. These principles were the right to life, liberty, and property.


Who fought in the Revolutionary war against the British and opposed the Declaration of Independence?

John Dickinson, a delegate from Pennsylvania would not vote for or sign the Declaration of Independence. This is because he felt that the colonies would be better if they reconciled their grievances with Great Britain instead of declaring independence from it. Whether he fought in the Revolutionary War is not entirely clear. Some histories state he enlisted as a private and fought at the Battle of Brandywine. Others state he served briefly as a Colonel. And another has said that Thomas McKean, the governor of Delaware, also one of the signers of the Declaration appointed Dickinson as a Brigadier General. In either event his service, if any was short.


What state did Samuel Adams represent when he signed the Declaration of independence?

Samuel Adams was actually known as Father of the American Revolution. He initiated the Committees on Correspondence that linked the colonies together. He published many articles and was a key catalyst in uniting the colonies. A great book is "Samuel Adams" by Mark Puls. A remarkable life, and fascinating to read. Sam Adams is one of the great heroes of the Revolution but few of us were taught that.

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What are some of the ideas describe in the Declaration of Independence?

It described preamble , state of rights , state of independence , charges against the king or king George the 3rd , and the signers of declaration


What state out of the original 13 states had the most signers of the declaration of independence?

Pennsylvania had 9


What are some of the ideas describe in the declaration?

It described preamble , state of rights , state of independence , charges against the king or king George the 3rd , and the signers of declaration


Is there a list of names of the Founding Fathers and if so where or what are the 56 actual names?

The number 56 suggests that you are thinking of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Thay are among the Founding Fathers but do not constitute the whole. Most copies of the Declaration include the names of the signers. Michael Montagne Yes, there is a list (by state) of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence at http://www.colonialhall.com. They also have biographical information on many of the signers.


What was the final jeopardy answer on 12-08-2011?

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE SIGNERS The only Roman Catholic signer represented this state Maryland


Which US state had the most signatories of the Constitution?

Pennsylvania had the most signatories (8).And the state with the fewest signers?New York, with a mere 1.


What did New Hampshire do with the Declaration of Independence?

First state to ratify the Declaration of Independence.


What means unilateral Declaration of Independence?

Is declaration of independence made by a dependent state without the assent of the protecting state


Which was the first state to sign the Declaration of Independence?

The Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.


What did George Washington sign?

George Washington signed the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and your mothers reproductive organ (A.K.A Uterus)


Were the signers of the Declaration of Independence cabinet members?

Off the top of my head, I can only think of one signer who became a cabinet member, and that was Thomas Jefferson, who was Secretary of State under Washington, but he resigned in 1793.


Is state when the Declaration of Independence was singed here in 1776?

The Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.