George Washington was known as the first president of the United States. He also was a delegate for the Continental Congress while he fought in the French and Indian war. He was chosen to be the Commander of the Continental Army.
John Adams was known for being a lawyer, who defended the British soldiers on trial after the Boston Massacre. He also was a delegate for the Continental Congress. And he helped write the Declaration of Independence. He later became the first vice president and the second president after that.
Benjamin Franklin was a delegate for the Continental Congress. He also was apart of the people who helped write the Declaration of Independence. Franklin was the France Ambassador who helped negotiate the Treaty of Paris which stopped the American Revolution.