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Historical Documents Resource Thread
If you post a historical document related to law, government, or the history of our nation within a thread to bolster a discussion or a position within an argument, I ask you to post the link here as well.

My rules on this are:
Post the Subject matter of the link in a Title and provide the link. Nothing else. No discussion in this thread.

For instance if someone provides us with a copy of the U.S. Constitution then Title your post: Constitution of the United States of America and provide the link.

EagleX has posted the Federalist Papers in a thread here. So if he simply posts "Federalist Papers" and provides the link that would become a resource for the board.

Save the interpretations for your arguments within the discussion threads. This will be a resource thread only.

Thanks.
05-11-2019 12:31 PM
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RE: Historical Documents Resource Thread
here are the federalist papers:

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not to be dismissed were the anti-federalists :

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RE: Historical Documents Resource Thread
Passenger list Mayflower 1.
http://mayflowerhistory.com/mayflower-passenger-list
Photocopy of the actual book/list
https://archives.lib.state.ma.us/bitstre...sAllowed=y

Passenger settler list first Jamestown, ships. 3 ships in total. https://www.geni.com/projects/Ancient-Pl...-1607/1636
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Cool stuff.
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RE: Historical Documents Resource Thread
Patrick Henry
March 23, 1775
Meeting of the Second Virginia Convention
At what is now called St. John's Church
Richmond, VA

Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death!
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The genesis of the Declaration of Independence was a pamphlet : A Declaration by the Representatives of the United Colonies . . . . by revolutionary John Dickenson


It is an under-read, and underappreciated founding document.
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