Declaration of Independence 1776

Declaration of Independence 1776
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  • In 1776, the Colonies of the United States were changing. The constant battle between the U.S. and Britain had come to a head. The Colonies were tired of being under British control, and were ready to become a nation of their own.  The leaders of the revolution agreed that a declaration of independence was to be written. 
  • For several months, dating from April-July of 1776, several different copies of the Declaration were brought forth. The were then voted on by the Constitutional Congress, a group of intellectuals from each of the thirteen colonies. 
  • Finally, on July 4, 1776, the final copy of the Declaration was voted on and signed into law by all members of the Constitutional Congress. The United States was to be a free nation. 
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