Continental Congress Meetings

Continental Congress Meetings
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  • The British are absolutely mad! 
  • The First Continental Congress Meetings September 5, 1774-October 26, 1774
  • Something must be done about this, and soon.
  • Aye! These colonists are not fit to run a government. The acts they have been passing are simply intolerable!
  • Let's boycott against these Brits and show them that we are fed up!
  • Aye! All must settle down now. Let's send a petition to King George III for equal rights to us and see if he will agree and accept. If he refuses the petition, then we shall hold a second Continental Congress meeting and we will decide on what we should do then.
  • Second Continental Congress Meetinghouse May 10, 1775
  • Well...King George has refused our petition, which is why we are all here now. The question that stands now is, what do want to do?
  • We all say that we take another final stand and write a declaration declaring that we are separating from the British Crown and that we declare each of the 13 colonies, free, independent and united!!!
  • I approve of this idea! Someone fetch Thomas Jefferson and have him write us this Declaration of Independence quickly!
  • The Declaration of Independence was signed by John Hancock and recited to a crowd of patriots and colonists July 4, 1776
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