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Articles of Confederation
The Articles of Confederation were written by John Dickinson, modified by others. Officially unratified for five years, the country was ruled under them in Philadelphia, for thirteen. They taught many lessons, which we sometimes forget we had experienced.

Confederation Congress, 1781-1789
New topic 2012-08-06 12:22:08 description

Attendees of the Confederation Congress (1781 - 1789)

{Samuel Adams}
Samuel Adams
{Thomas Adams}
Thomas Adams
{John Banister}
John Banister
{Josiah Bartlett}
Josiah Bartlett
{Daniel Carroll}
Daniel Carroll
{William Clingan}
William Clingan
{Francis Danna}
Francis Danna
{John Dickinson}
John Dickinson
{Elbridge Gerry}
Elbridge Gerry
{John Hancock}
John Hancock
{John Hanson}
John Hanson
{John Harviec}
John Harviec
{Edward Langworthy}
Edward Langworthy
{Henry Laurens}
Henry Laurens
{Francis Lightfoot Lee}
Francis Lightfoot Lee
{Francis Lewis}
Francis Lewis
{Henry Marchant}
Henry Marchant
{Gouverneur Morris}
Gouverneur Morris
{John Penn}
John Penn
{Daniel Roberdeau}
Daniel Roberdeau
{Nicholas Van Dyke}
Nicholas Van Dyke
{George Walton}
George Walton

Originally published: Monday, August 06, 2012; most-recently modified: Monday, May 13, 2019

Hello, the image of Roberdeau is actually his son Isaac. No known portraits of that founding father exist. His son's image is often used, but is not him. Isaac helped survey Washington DC
Posted by: Cat   |   Jun 4, 2016 11:36 AM