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United States Declaration of Independence Fun Facts

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United States Declaration of Independence
While Jefferson is famous for writing the first draft, he was helped in making edits by four other representatives from the Continental Congress.
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United States Declaration of Independence
While the Declaration was finalized on July 4, the first vote to approve the document took place two days earlier.
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United States Declaration of Independence
Apart from the primary author, Thomas Jefferson, the Declaration was also completed by John Adams, who would succeed George Washington as US President.
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United States Declaration of Independence
New York's local government did not authorize a vote on the issue until about one week after the Declaration was approved.
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United States Declaration of Independence
Once the Thirteen Colonies declared independence from Great Britain, they were able to solicit support from powerful allies like France.
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United States Declaration of Independence
While 56 delegates signed the Declaration, only some did so on July 4. Some men did not sign the document until November 4, 1776.
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United States Declaration of Independence
General George Washington read the new Declaration aloud on July 9, 1776. An excited crowd responded by destroying a statue of King George III.
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United States Declaration of Independence
At 70 years old, Benjamin Franklin was 44 years older than the youngest signer, Edward Rutledge, who was only 26 years old in July 1776.
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United States Declaration of Independence
Shortly after the Japanese Empire bombed Pearl Harbor, the US government used specialized containers and armed guards to transport the Declaration to the famous Army installation in Kentucky.

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