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Neither aiming at originality of principle or sentiment, nor yet copied from any particular and previous writing, it was intended to be an expression of the American mind, and to give to that expression the proper tone and spirit called for by the occasion.

Nearly eighty years ago we began by declaring that all men are created equal; but now from that beginning we have run down to the other declaration, that for some men to enslave others is a "sacred right of self-government"… Our republican robe is soiled and trailed in the dust… Let us repurify it.

Let us re-adopt the Declaration of Independence, and with it, the practices, and policy, which harmonize with it… If we do this, we shall not only have saved the Union: but we shall have saved it, as to make, and keep it, forever worthy of the saving.

I think the authors of that notable instrument intended to include all men, but they did not mean to declare all men equal in all respects.

They did not mean to say all men were equal in color, size, intellect, moral development, or social capacity. They defined with tolerable distinctness in what they did consider all men created equal—equal in "certain inalienable rights, among which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

They did not mean to assert the obvious untruth that all were then actually enjoying that equality, or yet that they were about to confer it immediately upon them.

In fact, they had no power to confer such a boon. They meant simply to declare the right, so that the enforcement of it might follow as fast as circumstances should permit.

They meant to set up a standard maxim for free society which should be familiar to all, constantly looked to, constantly labored for, and even, though never perfectly attained, constantly approximated, and thereby constantly spreading and deepening its influence, and augmenting the happiness and value of life to all people, of all colors, everywhere.

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There was never nearly enough. Washington's fifth and most important role in the war effort was the embodiment of armed resistance to the Crown, serving as the representative man of the Revolution.

His long-term strategy was to maintain an army in the field at all times, and eventually this strategy worked. His enormous personal and political stature and his political skills kept Congress, the army, the French, the militias, and the states all pointed toward a common goal.

Furthermore, he permanently established the principle of civilian supremacy in military affairs by voluntarily resigning his commission and disbanding his army when the war was won, rather than declaring himself monarch.

He also helped to overcome the distrust of a standing army by his constant reiteration that well-disciplined professional soldiers counted for twice as much as poorly trained and led militias.

On April 19, , the royal military governor sent a detachment of troops to seize gunpowder and arrest local leaders in Concord. At Lexington, Massachusetts , shots broke out with the Lexington militia, leaving eight colonists dead.

The British failed to find their targets in Concord, and as they retreated back to Boston, the British came under continuous assault by upwards of 3, militia who had prepared an ambush.

The Battle of Lexington and Concord ignited the American Revolutionary War. As news spread, local shadow governments called " committees of correspondence " in each of the 13 colonies drove out royal officials and sent militiamen to Boston to besiege the British there.

The Second Continental Congress met in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , in the aftermath of armed clashes in April. With all thirteen colonies represented, it immediately began to organize itself as a central government with control over the diplomacy and instructed the colonies to write constitutions for themselves as states.

On June , George Washington , a charismatic Virginia political leader with combat experience was unanimously appointed commander of a newly organized Continental Army.

He took command in Boston and sent for artillery to barrage the British. These Loyalists were kept under close watch by standing Committees of Safety created by the Provincial Congresses.

The unwritten rule was such people could remain silent, but vocal or financial or military support for the King would not be tolerated. The estates of outspoken Loyalists were seized; they fled to British-controlled territory, especially New York City.

During the winter of —76, an attempt by the Patriots to capture Quebec failed, and the buildup of British forces at Halifax , Nova Scotia , precluded that colony from joining the 13 colonies.

The Americans were able to capture a British fort at Ticonderoga, New York , and to drag its cannon over the snow to the outskirts of Boston.

The appearance of troops and a cannon on Dorchester Heights outside Boston led the British Army to evacuate the city on March 17, On July 2, , the Second Continental Congress, still meeting in Philadelphia, voted unanimously to declare independence as the " United States of America ".

Two days later, on July 4, Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence. The drafting of the Declaration was the responsibility of a Committee of Five , which included John Adams , Thomas Jefferson , Roger Sherman , Robert Livingston , and Benjamin Franklin ; it was drafted by Jefferson and revised by the others and the Congress as a whole.

It contended that " all men are created equal " with "certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ", and that "to secure these rights governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed ", as well as listing the main colonial grievances against the crown.

The Founding Fathers represented a cross-section of Patriot leadership. According to a study of the biographies of the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence:.

The British returned in force in August , landing in New York and defeating the fledgling Continental Army at the Battle of Long Island in one of the largest engagements of the war.

They quickly seized New York City and nearly captured General Washington and his army. The British made the city their main political and military base of operations in North America, holding it until late Patriot evacuation and British military occupation made the city the destination for Loyalist refugees and a focal point of Washington's intelligence network.

But Washington struck back in a surprise attack, crossing the icy Delaware River into New Jersey and defeated British armies at Trenton and Princeton , thereby regaining New Jersey.

The victories gave an important boost to Patriots at a time when morale was flagging, and have become iconic images of the war.

In early , a grand British strategic plan, the Saratoga Campaign , was drafted in London. The plan called for two British armies to converge on Albany, New York from the north and south, dividing the colonies in two and separating New England from the rest.

Failed communications and poor planning resulted in the army descending from Canada, commanded by General John Burgoyne , bogging down in dense forest north of Albany.

Meanwhile, the British Army that was supposed to advance up the Hudson River to meet Burgoyne went instead to Philadelphia, in a vain attempt to end the war by capturing the American capital city.

Burgoyne's army was overwhelmed at Saratoga by a swarming of local militia, spearheaded by a cadre of American regulars.

Said one British officer:. The courage and obstinacy with which the Americans fought were the astonishment of everyone, and we now became fully convinced that they are not that contemptible enemy we had hitherto imagined them, incapable of standing a regular engagement, and that they would only fight behind strong and powerful works.

The American victory at Saratoga led the French into an open military alliance with the United States through the Treaty of Alliance France was soon joined by Spain and the Netherlands, both major naval powers with an interest in undermining British strength.

Britain now faced a major European war, and the involvement of the French navy neutralized their previous dominance of the war on the sea.

Britain was without allies and faced the prospect of invasion across the English Channel. With the British in control of most northern coastal cities and Patriot forces in control of the hinterlands, the British attempted to force a result by a campaign to seize the southern states.

With limited regular troops at their disposal, the British commanders realized that success depended on a large-scale mobilization of Loyalists.

In late December , the British had captured Savannah. In they launched a fresh invasion and took Charleston as well. A significant victory at the Battle of Camden meant that the invaders soon controlled most of Georgia and South Carolina.

The British set up a network of forts inland, hoping the Loyalists would rally to the flag. Not enough Loyalists turned out, however, and the British had to move out.

They fought their way north into North Carolina and Virginia , with a severely weakened army. Behind them, much of the territory they left dissolved into a chaotic guerrilla war , as the bands of Loyalists, one by one, were overwhelmed by the patriots.

The British army under Lord Cornwallis marched to Yorktown, Virginia where they expected to be rescued by a British fleet.

When that fleet was defeated by a French fleet , however, they were trapped and were surrounded by a much stronger force of Americans and French under Washington's command.

On October 19, , Cornwallis surrendered. News of the defeat effectively ended the fighting in America, although the naval war continued. Support for the conflict had never been strong in Britain, where many sympathized with the rebels, but now it reached a new low.

King George III personally wanted to fight on, but he lost control of Parliament and had to agree to peace negotiations.

Long negotiations resulted in the Treaty of Paris , which provided highly favorable boundaries for the United States; it included nearly all land east of the Mississippi River and south of Canada , except British West Florida , which was awarded to Spain.

Encompassing a vast region nearly as large as Western Europe, the western territories contained a few thousand American pioneers and tens of thousands of Indians, most of whom had been allied to the British but were now abandoned by London.

Every nation constructs and honors the memory of its founding, and following generations use it to establish its identity and define patriotism.

For example, the right-wing " Tea Party movement " of the 21st century explicitly memorialized the Boston Tea Party as a protest against intrusive government.

The Patriot reliance on Catholic France for military, financial, and diplomatic aid led to a sharp drop in anti-Catholic rhetoric.

Indeed the king replaced the pope as the demon patriots had to fight against. By the s, Catholics were extended legal toleration in all of the New England states that previously had been so hostile.

Historians have portrayed the Revolution as the main source of the non-denominational " American civil religion " that has shaped patriotism, and the memory and meaning of the nation's birth ever since.

Thus the Revolution produced a Moses-like leader George Washington , [36] prophets Thomas Jefferson, Tom Paine , disciples Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and martyrs Boston Massacre, Nathan Hale , as well as devils Benedict Arnold.

There are sacred places Valley Forge, Bunker Hill , rituals Boston Tea Party , emblems the new flag , sacred days Independence Day , and sacred scriptures whose every sentence is carefully studied The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

During the s, the nation was a loose confederation of 13 states and was beset with a wide array of foreign and domestic problems.

The states engaged in small scale trade wars against each other, and they had difficulty suppressing insurrections such as Shays Rebellion in Massachusetts.

The treasury was empty and there was no way to pay the war debts. There was no national executive authority.

The world was at peace and the economy flourished. Some historians depict a bleak challenging time for the new nation.

The Treaty of Paris left the United States independent and at peace but with an unsettled governmental structure. The Second Continental Congress had drawn up Articles of Confederation on November 15, , to regularize its own status.

In the postwar decades, other slaveholders also freed their slaves; from to , the percentage of free blacks in the Upper South increased to 8.

Later in a group of Loyalists , largely from New York , signed a Declaration of Dependence pledging their loyalty to the Crown.

The official copy of the Declaration of Independence was the one printed on July 4, , under Jefferson's supervision.

It was sent to the states and to the Army and was widely reprinted in newspapers. The slightly different "engrossed copy" shown at the top of this article was made later for members to sign.

The engrossed version is the one widely distributed in the 21st century. Note that the opening lines differ between the two versions. The copy of the Declaration that was signed by Congress is known as the engrossed or parchment copy.

It was probably engrossed that is, carefully handwritten by clerk Timothy Matlack. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in , the documents were moved for safekeeping to the United States Bullion Depository at Fort Knox in Kentucky, where they were kept until The document signed by Congress and enshrined in the National Archives is usually regarded as the Declaration of Independence, but historian Julian P.

Boyd argued that the Declaration, like Magna Carta , is not a single document. Boyd considered the printed broadsides ordered by Congress to be official texts, as well.

The Declaration was first published as a broadside that was printed the night of July 4 by John Dunlap of Philadelphia. Dunlap printed about broadsides, of which 26 are known to survive.

The 26th copy was discovered in The National Archives in England in In , Congress commissioned Mary Katherine Goddard to print a new broadside that listed the signers of the Declaration, unlike the Dunlap broadside.

Louis in Several early handwritten copies and drafts of the Declaration have also been preserved. Jefferson kept a four-page draft that late in life he called the "original Rough draught".

In , Boyd discovered a fragment of an earlier draft in Jefferson's handwriting. During the writing process, Jefferson showed the rough draft to Adams and Franklin, and perhaps to other members of the drafting committee, [] who made a few more changes.

Franklin, for example, may have been responsible for changing Jefferson's original phrase "We hold these truths to be sacred and undeniable" to "We hold these truths to be self-evident".

On April 21, , it was announced that a second engrossed copy had been discovered in the archives at West Sussex County Council in Chichester , England.

How it came to be in England is not yet known, but the finders believe that the randomness of the signatures points to an origin with signatory James Wilson , who had argued strongly that the Declaration was made not by the States but by the whole people.

Years of exposure to damaging lighting would result in the original Declaration of Independence document having much of its ink fade by The Declaration was given little attention in the years immediately following the American Revolution, having served its original purpose in announcing the independence of the United States.

The act of declaring independence was considered important, whereas the text announcing that act attracted little attention.

Many leaders of the French Revolution admired the Declaration of Independence [] but were also interested in the new American state constitutions.

It also borrowed language from George Mason 's Virginia Declaration of Rights. According to historian David Armitage , the Declaration of Independence did prove to be internationally influential, but not as a statement of human rights.

Armitage argues that the Declaration was the first in a new genre of declarations of independence which announced the creation of new states.

Other French leaders were directly influenced by the text of the Declaration of Independence itself.

The Manifesto of the Province of Flanders was the first foreign derivation of the Declaration; [] others include the Venezuelan Declaration of Independence , the Liberian Declaration of Independence , the declarations of secession by the Confederate States of America —61 , and the Vietnamese Proclamation of Independence Other countries have used the Declaration as inspiration or have directly copied sections from it.

These include the Haitian declaration of January 1, during the Haitian Revolution , the United Provinces of New Granada in , the Argentine Declaration of Independence in , the Chilean Declaration of Independence in , Costa Rica in , El Salvador in , Guatemala in , Honduras in , Mexico in , Nicaragua in , Peru in , Bolivian War of Independence in , Uruguay in , Ecuador in , Colombia in , Paraguay in , Dominican Republic in , Texas Declaration of Independence in March , California Republic in November , Hungarian Declaration of Independence in , Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand in , and the Czechoslovak declaration of independence from drafted in Washington D.

The Rhodesian declaration of independence is based on the American one, as well, ratified in November , although it omits the phrases " all men are created equal " and " the consent of the governed ".

Declaration of Independence, though it omits references to "all men are created equal" and "consent of the governed". Interest in the Declaration was revived in the s with the emergence of the United States's first political parties.

Federalists insisted that Congress's act of declaring independence, in which Federalist John Adams had played a major role, was more important than the document announcing it.

A less partisan appreciation for the Declaration emerged in the years following the War of , thanks to a growing American nationalism and a renewed interest in the history of the Revolution.

When interest in the Declaration was revived, the sections that were most important in were no longer relevant: the announcement of the independence of the United States and the grievances against King George.

But the second paragraph was applicable long after the war had ended, with its talk of self-evident truths and unalienable rights.

John Trumbull 's painting Declaration of Independence has played a significant role in popular conceptions of the Declaration of Independence.

The painting is byfoot 3. It is sometimes described as the signing of the Declaration of Independence, but it actually shows the Committee of Five presenting their draft of the Declaration to the Second Continental Congress on June 28, , and not the signing of the document, which took place later.

Trumbull painted the figures from life whenever possible, but some had died and images could not be located; hence, the painting does not include all the signers of the Declaration.

One figure had participated in the drafting but did not sign the final document; another refused to sign. In fact, the membership of the Second Continental Congress changed as time passed, and the figures in the painting were never in the same room at the same time.

It is, however, an accurate depiction of the room in Independence Hall , the centerpiece of the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Trumbull's painting has been depicted multiple times on U. A few years later, the steel engraving used in printing the bank notes was used to produce a cent stamp, issued as part of the Pictorial Issue.

An engraving of the signing scene has been featured on the reverse side of the United States two-dollar bill since The apparent contradiction between the claim that "all men are created equal" and the existence of slavery in the United States attracted comment when the Declaration was first published.

Jefferson had included a paragraph in his initial draft that asserted that King George III had forced the slave trade onto the colonies, but this was deleted from the final version.

In the 19th century, the Declaration took on a special significance for the abolitionist movement. Historian Bertram Wyatt-Brown wrote that "abolitionists tended to interpret the Declaration of Independence as a theological as well as a political document".

Garrison called for the destruction of the government under the Constitution, and the creation of a new state dedicated to the principles of the Declaration.

The controversial question of whether to allow additional slave states into the United States coincided with the growing stature of the Declaration.

The first major public debate about slavery and the Declaration took place during the Missouri controversy of to With the abolitionist movement gaining momentum, defenders of slavery such as John Randolph and John C.

Calhoun found it necessary to argue that the Declaration's assertion that "all men are created equal" was false, or at least that it did not apply to black people.

Chase and Benjamin Wade , defended the Declaration and what they saw as its antislavery principles. In preparing for his raid on Harpers Ferry , said by Stephen Douglass to be the beginning of the end of slavery in the United States , [] : 27—28 abolitionist John Brown had many copies printed of a Provisional Constitution.

When the seceding states created the Confederate States of America 16 months later, they operated for over a year under a Provisional Constitution. It outlines the three branches of government in the quasi-country he hoped to set up in the Appalachian Mountains.

It was widely reproduced in the press, and in full in the Select Senate Committee report on John Brown's insurrection the Mason Report. Much less known, as Brown did not have it printed, is his Declaration of Liberty, dated July 4, , found among his papers at the Kennedy Farm.

The hand is that of Owen Brown , who often served as his father's amanuensis. Imitating the vocabulary, punctution, and capitalization of the year-old U.

Declaration, the word document begins:. We hold these truths to be Self Evident; That All Men are Created Equal; That they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights.

That Nature hath freely given to all Men, a full Supply of Air. That to secure these rights governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.

The document was apparently intended to be read aloud, but so far as is known Brown never did so, even though he read the Provisional Constitution aloud the day the raid on Harpers Ferry began.

The document was not published until , and by someone who did not realize its importance and buried it in an appendix of documents.

The Declaration's relationship to slavery was taken up in by Abraham Lincoln , a little-known former Congressman who idolized the Founding Fathers.

In his October Peoria speech , Lincoln said:. Nearly eighty years ago we began by declaring that all men are created equal; but now from that beginning we have run down to the other declaration, that for some men to enslave others is a "sacred right of self-government".

Our republican robe is soiled and trailed in the dust. Let us repurify it. Let us re-adopt the Declaration of Independence, and with it, the practices, and policy, which harmonize with it.

If we do this, we shall not only have saved the Union: but we shall have saved it, as to make, and keep it, forever worthy of the saving.

The meaning of the Declaration was a recurring topic in the famed debates between Lincoln and Stephen Douglas in Douglas argued that the phrase "all men are created equal" in the Declaration referred to white men only.

The purpose of the Declaration, he said, had simply been to justify the independence of the United States, and not to proclaim the equality of any "inferior or degraded race".

I think the authors of that notable instrument intended to include all men, but they did not mean to declare all men equal in all respects. They did not mean to say all men were equal in color, size, intellect, moral development, or social capacity.

They defined with tolerable distinctness in what they did consider all men created equal—equal in "certain inalienable rights, among which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

They did not mean to assert the obvious untruth that all were then actually enjoying that equality, or yet that they were about to confer it immediately upon them.

In fact, they had no power to confer such a boon. They meant simply to declare the right, so that the enforcement of it might follow as fast as circumstances should permit.

They meant to set up a standard maxim for free society which should be familiar to all, constantly looked to, constantly labored for, and even, though never perfectly attained, constantly approximated, and thereby constantly spreading and deepening its influence, and augmenting the happiness and value of life to all people, of all colors, everywhere.

According to Pauline Maier, Douglas's interpretation was more historically accurate, but Lincoln's view ultimately prevailed. Like Daniel Webster , James Wilson , and Joseph Story before him, Lincoln argued that the Declaration of Independence was a founding document of the United States, and that this had important implications for interpreting the Constitution, which had been ratified more than a decade after the Declaration.

Lincoln's view of the Declaration became influential, seeing it as a moral guide to interpreting the Constitution. Jaffa praised this development. Critics of Lincoln, notably Willmoore Kendall and Mel Bradford , argued that Lincoln dangerously expanded the scope of the national government and violated states' rights by reading the Declaration into the Constitution.

In July , the Seneca Falls Convention was held in Seneca Falls , New York, the first women's rights convention. It was organized by Elizabeth Cady Stanton , Lucretia Mott , Mary Ann McClintock , and Jane Hunt.

They patterned their " Declaration of Sentiments " on the Declaration of Independence, in which they demanded social and political equality for women.

Their motto was that "All men and women are created equal", and they demanded the right to vote. The Declaration was chosen to be the first digitized text The Memorial to the 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence was dedicated in in Constitution Gardens on the National Mall in Washington, D.

The new One World Trade Center building in New York City is feet high to symbolize the year that the Declaration of Independence was signed.

The adoption of the Declaration of Independence was dramatized in the Tony Award-winning musical and the film version , as well as in the television miniseries John Adams.

It was first performed on the Ed Sullivan Show on December 7, , and it was taken as a song of protest against the Vietnam War.

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Main article: John Brown's Declaration of Liberty. I hold that he is as much entitled to these as the white man.

From Adams' notes: "Why will you not? You ought to do it. Reason second, I am obnoxious, suspected, and unpopular. You are very much otherwise.

Reason third, you can write ten times better than I can. When you have drawn it up, we will have a meeting.

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November 1, Archived from the original on July 6, Archived from the original on September 29, Retrieved October 12, May 8, Armitage discounts the influence of the Scottish and Dutch acts, and writes that neither was called "declarations of independence" until fairly recently Global History , pp.

For the argument in favor of the influence of the Dutch act, see Stephen E. Lucas, "The 'Plakkaat van Verlatinge': A Neglected Model for the American Declaration of Independence", in Rosemarijn Hofte and Johanna C.

Kardux, eds. Archived from the original on June 1, Retrieved June 13, Jefferson identified Bacon , Locke , and Newton as "the three greatest men that have ever lived, without any exception".

Their works in the physical and moral sciences were instrumental in Jefferson's education and world view. In a similar vein, historian Robert Middlekauff argues that the political ideas of the independence movement took their origins mainly from the "eighteenth-century commonwealthmen , the radical Whig ideology", which in turn drew on the political thought of John Milton , James Harrington , and John Locke.

In , in Philadelphia, the Second Continental Congress declared the independence of the colonies as the United States. Led by General George Washington, it won the Revolutionary War with large support from France, and additional help from Spain [2] and the Netherlands. [3]. Congress renames the nation “United States of America” On September 9, , the Continental Congress formally declares the name of the new nation to be the “United States” of America. This. The United States Declaration of Independence (formally The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America) is the pronouncement adopted by the Second Continental Congress meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on July 4, President Donald Trump on Thursday announced he will be establishing a commission to promote “patriotic education” in the United States. He announced the plan, called The Commission, during a. The American Patriots in the Thirteen Colonies defeated the British in the American Revolutionary War (–), gaining independence from the British Crown and establishing the United States of America, the first modern democracy and history's first nation explicitly founded as a democracy. The South for the most part refused to pay its debts off, which was damaging to local banks, but Virginia, North Carolina, and Piere Richard fared well due to their production of cash crops such as cotton and tobacco. Arbuthnot Brant Burgoyne Campbell Carleton Clinton Cornwallis Fraser Gage Graves Richard Howe William Howe Knyphausen Rodney. United States Constitution. The Constitution itself called for ratification by state conventions specially elected for the purpose, and the Confederation Congress recommended the Constitution to the states, asking that ratification conventions be called. Prisoners The Turtle. While the Old Northwest fell under the Usa 1776 of the federal Einrichtungsideen Für Kleine Zimmer, Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia retained control of the Old Southwest ; each state claimed to extend west Mamas Rendezvous Mit Einem Vampir the Mississippi River. Jefferson identified BaconLockeand Newton as "the three greatest men that have ever lived, without any exception". The appearance of troops and Gabalier München Olympiastadion cannon on Dorchester Heights outside Boston led the British Army to evacuate the city on March 17, Trumbull's painting has been depicted multiple times on U. Stephen Hopkins William Ellery. Middlekauff, Robert.

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