What was Alexander Hamilton's consequences for the signing of the declaration?
He never signed the declaration of independence... He signed the Constitution
Alexander Hamilton was never president. The highest office he held was that of Secretary of the Treasury. Becoming president would involve exploiting a loophole in the Constitution (he was not born in the colonies but in the Caribbean and was only a US citizen because he was around at the signing of the Constitution), and he didn't want the job anyways.
According to the price they paid what was the punishment for signing the Declaration of Independence?
Why were the people who signed the Declaration of Independence essentially signing their death warrants?
What are the release dates for You Are There - 1953 The Signing of the Declaration of Independence 3-24?
The date that the declaration of independence was written is unknown as the only reference given to the declaration is of its signing. Most probably, the declaration was written was in late June or early July. The declaration was written by John Adams who was the scribe at the time. The signing of the Declaration is commonly known as Independence Day and is celebrated in the United States of America on the 4th of July…
they wanted to be super cool Moron above me...anyways... Their lives. Signing the Declaration of Independence was treason and punishable by death. Signing of "The Declaration of Independence". Fifty-six men signed the Declaration of Independence, all fully aware that the punishment for treason was death by hanging or dismemberment.