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Who was Silence Dogood?

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The Silence Dogood Riddle?

=i dont care!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!=


Who was actually Silent dogood that had penned letters to the paper?

Silence Dogood was a pseudonym of Benjamin Franklin's.


Who wrote the silence dogood letters?

ben Franklin


Why were the Dogood Letters made?

The Silence Dogood letters were written by a young Benjamin Franklin. The letters were written under the name Ms. Silence Dogood because prior to this time, 16 year old Benjamin Franklin was unable to get his work published.


Why did Benjamin Franklin make up Mrs Silence Dogood?

he made up the name, Mrs.Silence Dogood, so that he could write for his brothers newspaper


Who is Silence Dogood in national treasures?

"Silence Dogood" is a fictional character created by Benjamin Franklin who used this pseudonym to get his letters published in 1722 in the New England Courant newspaper . You can refer to the related link below to read 'her' letters .


Benjamin Franklins middle name?

benjiman franklins full name is Benjamin josiah Franklin.


As a boy franklin used a pen name of silincr?

When Benjamin Franklin was 16 and apprenticed to his brother the printer, he used the pseudonym of Silence Dogood to send letters to his brother's paper, "The Courant." His brother published 15 of "Mrs. Dogood's" letters.


What was the purpose of the silence dogood letters?

The purpose of the Silence Dogood letters, written by Benjamin Franklin under a pseudonym, was to criticize the government and social norms of the time, as well as to advocate for freedom of speech and press in the American colonies. They were intended to provoke thought and spark conversations about important issues.


Who did Benjamin Franklin pretend to be?

He wasn't allowed to write to the local newspaper cuz his brother worked there and he was mean so he pretended to be Silence DoGood, a widow.


In the movie national treasure what other name is Benjamin Franklin referred to as during the treasure hunt?

Silence Dogood was the name he used to write the letters. is that the answer you are looking for


Where are the silence dogood letters located?

The Silence Dogood letters written by Franklin were destroyed by Franklin's brother, who had been deceived by his younger brother in believing the letters had been authored by a widow named Silence Dogood. Upon learning of their true authorship, James Franklin became angry and burned the originals in protest. He could not, however, burn each and every copy of the New England Current, thus we have the original text of the letters, but not the originals themselves. In the film " National Treasure", it appears as if the originals are kept in The Franklin institute in Philadelphia, but a call to the Institute would confirm that, no, they do not have them.