3 JOURNALS OF THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
1774-1789, supra note 135, at 371-75; 4 JOURNALS OF THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
1774-1789, supra note 135, at 230, 251-52; 5 JOURNALS OF THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
1774-1789, supra note 135, at 584; 7 JOURNALS OF THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
1774-1789, supra note 135, at 223-24, 226.
In 1770, the Continental Congress
adopted the Stars and Stripes as our national flag.
Millions of important historical documents now are available as part of the National Archives/Footnote agreement, including: Papers of the Continental Congress
(1774-89), with copies of the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution; Mathew B.
The first Continental Congress
, beginning to meet in 1774, was a recognition that an extra-legal body was necessary to represent the interests of the people.
Really!) that the Americans reconvene the Continental Congress
, proclaim "Articles of Apology" for the rebellion of 1776, and petition Her Majesty to appoint a Massey as Governor General of the us to run their affairs until they are ready for self-government.
Two weeks ago today marked the 230th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress
on 2 July 1776.
Stone's book concentrated on the arguments and intrigue that occurred during the Second Continental Congress
President George Washington had noticed how their backyard pot stills had started springing up like mushrooms and asked the Continental Congress
to enact taxation on whiskey production.
The Continental Congress
on Vocations called the whole church to promote a culture of discernment and a culture of vocation.
"True to form, it is also remembered for angrily (and drunkenly) marching on the Continental Congress
on New Year's Day, 1781, after not having been paid for more than a year."
WHEN the Continental Congress
approved the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, it took a bold step, but also placed grave responsibility on its new Army.
That year, the city hosted the First Continental Congress
, and in 1776, patriots declared their independence at the State House (later renamed Independence Hall).