at the museum in the White House
the Declaration is in the National Mall
Depends on who you are, buddy :-)
Google the Declaration of Independence and there you have it.
yes, but wee old English
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The Declaration of Independence is in the Smithsonian Museum of American History in Washington, DC.
In a Washington D.C. museum.
No. The very original has been lost.
Norman Lear owns one copy.
It is at the Archives building in Washington DC.
The Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Continental Congress on the 4th of July, 1776. The copy that is most considered the official document, was signed on August 2, 1776. This copy is on display at the National Archives.
you can find a copy of the declaration of independance and import it to word and print it.
The Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776. Not all of those who signed the engrossed (official) copy signed it on July 4, but some signed on that date.
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Yes. See: http://www.nytimes.com/1991/04/03/arts/declaration-of-independence-found-in-a-4-picture-frame.html
Benjamin Franklin took it to King George
You don't. None survive beyond what is in the National Archives.
The citizens of Mecklenburg, North Carolina declared their independence from Britain on May 20, 1775. A copy of the Mecklenburg Declaration was given to Thomas Jefferson and the Continental Congress in Philadelphia. This declaration of Independence for this county became the framework for Jefferson and the Continental Congress when writing the famous declaration of 1776 in Philadelphia, PA
July 9, 1776 -- Washington orders that the Declaration of Independence be read before the American army in New York -- from his personal copy of the "Dunlap Broadside."
The original is in Austin stored away due to it's age. The original will be displayed on occasion. There is a copy always on display in a niche at the state capitol.
The Declaration of Independence was written on July 4, 1776, and the first printed copy was completed by the next day.
what two future presidents signed the deceleration of Independence
At least one copy is in the National Archives in Washington, DC. There may also be at least one in Philadelphia at Independence Hall.