Dickinson, John (1732-1808), a United States statesman known as the "penman of the Revolution." He wrote almost every important document of the Colonial and Continental congresses up to the Declaration of Independence and drafted the Articles of Confederation.
American civil leaders, such as Patrick Henry and Paul Revere, played important roles in the fight to gain independence. This section contains information about some of the people involved in the birth of the new country.
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