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Image of the top of the Southwick first printing of the Declaration of Independence, July 18, 1776.


Image of the William J. Stone engraving of Declaration of Independence as ordered by the United States Department of State and through joint resolution of Congress.

Two hundred printings authorized for distribution among surviving signers,…


Image of John Quincy Adams, Department of State circular accompany the Stone engraving of the Declaration of Independence, June 30, 1824.


Circular Baltimore Jany. 31 1777 Gentleman As there is not a more distinguished Event in the History of America, than the Declaration of her Independence – nor any, that, in all probability will so much excite the attention of…


Upon a Copy of the Declaration of Independence of the Thirteen Independent States of America – resolved that the within Copy of the Declaration of Independence of the Thirteen United States of American go entered upon the Records of this State –…


In the Upper House Resolves that the Resolution of the General Congress declaring and the Act of this Assembly approving said Resolution The United Colonies free and independent States ^ be published By the Secretary in To Morrow ^…


July 19, 1776 To the House of Magstr. Gent. This House taking into the most serious Consideration the Resolution of the Most Honorable the General Congress of the United states of America of the 4th instant declaring the said States free and…

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