Pennsylvania was the site of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
There's good information on this site: http://londonlady.hubpages.com/hub/Was-the-Declaration-of-Independence-Justified
Philadelphia, PA was the site of the Second Continental Congress (1775-1781) and the signing of the Declaration in 1776.
There are many readable copies of the Declaration of Independence online, for anyone to view. It can be found by going to google, and searching "Declaration of Independence" and then go to the Wikipedia site, it tells everything about this.Ê
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It was formally signed on August 2, 1776, with some members adding their names after that date.You may want to look at this site. Theres alot of information on the Declaration of Independence.
Personal security, the right of personal liberty, and the right to acquire and enjoy property. A site dedicated to the US Declaration of Independence can be viewed in the related links.
Assuming you get the document online, cite in text the author last name, if available, or web site name and year; example: The Declaration of independence (as cited in Storm, 2009) states....... In references, cite as follows: Storm, Z. (2009, January 10). The Declaration of Independence. Retrieved July 13, 2009, from http://ezinearticles.com/?The-Declaration-of-Independence&id=1842737
There are many places to view and read the Declaration of Independence. This government site has a lot of information about the Declaration, you can view the original, read it, and even download the Declaration. http:// www.archives.gov/national-archives-experience/charters/declaration.html Wikipedia also has a site to read the Declaration and its history. Most US Government text books and American History text books also have copies of the Declaration, the Constitution, and other documents dealing with US history.
In 2005, Philadelphia's Independence Hall received approximately 645,564 visitors. This can be considered an average number of annual visitors. The United State's Independence Hall is historically valuable as the site where the Declaration of Independence was signed, and the site of the Second Continental Congress. This place was also designated a World Heritage Site.