Although it is based on other historical documents, and may have been considered by Thomas Jefferson and others prior to its proposal, the period of its drafting is fairly certain. It was drafted by Thomas Jefferson between June 11 and June 28, 1776, and revised by members of Congress including Benjamin Franklin and John Adams. It was adopted on July 4, 1776.
there is no amount of time that it took but it was finished in July 4, 1776
It took Thomas Jefferson 17 days to write the Declaration of Independence.
About 2 months
about 2 months
It took him about 17 days to write
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration over 17 days.
Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, not James Madison. It took Jefferson about two and a half weeks to write it.
It took him 17 days
It took Jefferson two and a half week to write his first draft of the Declaration of Independence.
I Think About A Year. Because The Declaration Of Independence Was Being Made 1776.
Thomas Jefferson took 17 days to write the Declaration of Independence, and the Second Continental Congress spent two days making some changes to the document. On July 4th, 1776, the Congress voted to accept the Declaration of Independence, which is why the United States celebrates that date each year as its Independence Day from Great Britain.
0_0 Because they had war
About two months
About two months
about 6 months EDIT: Edison lived a century after the American Revolution. Thomas JEFFERSON was the author of the Declaration. It took him seventeen days.
it took about 3 months to have everyone on the council to sign the declaration of independence.
When members of the Congress asked Thomas Jefferson to draft the DEclaration of Independence he did so. It only took 3 weeks for him to write it. Years later Thomas decided to make his words into reality in Virginia. :]
They did not group together very fast, most did not like being a colony but no one bothered to make a group. Then It took a while to actually write the Declaration of Independence
65 days, it is a long proccess signing you nameon a peice of paper.