Roger Sherman
Updated: 1/7/2020
Roger Sherman
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  • Early life
  • Facts
  • What can we do to drive the British out?
  • Significance in the revolution
  • Roger Sherman spent most of his early life farming and learning shoe making trade.
  • Significance in the revolutionary war
  • Roger Sherman served in the continental congress from 1774-1781 and 1783-1784.
  • Interesting facts
  • Roger Sherman helped write the Articles of Confederation and the Declaration of Independence. He also signed these.
  • Interesting facts
  • Roger Sherman signed a trade boycott with Britain during the revolutionary war.
  • Roger Sherman became involved with Yale during 1765. He wrote almanacs that included information about the weather, astronomy, and religion.
  • In 1743, Roger Sherman became a surveyor in New Haven county, in Connecticut.
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