in what is now hancock streed in lexington
he accomplished victory
he rebelled against the British
he joined the contanental congress
He struggled against the British in the American Revolution.
No he died in Quincy Massachussets
It is widely accepted that John Hancock sided with the colonists during the American Revolution.
He lived in wat is now the Hancock house on Hancock streed in lexington ma you can visit it and see more about him :)
John Hancock fought alongside Colonel Mustard, one of the most famous figures in the American Revolution.
He too part in the revolution war I think
He signed the Declaration of Independence and was president of the continental congress.
bendict Arnold crispus attucks john Hancock
Yes, because back then he was President of Congress.
I believe John Hancock was one
Yes - mine was changed to John Hancock about 6 years ago. Started out with Fortis.
He graduated from Harvard in 1754. I'm not sure when he started.
Can I have your John Hancock?
From his father John Hancock Jr. and his father John Hancock Sr.
An expression that came from life during the American Revolution was to put your John Hancock on paper.
John Hancock married Dorothy Quincy Hancock
Hancock was a prominent leader in the American colonies, was very active in the creation of the United States. Without Hancock, it is possible that the American revolution would not have succeeded.
John Hancock and Rev. James McGregor
This involves president Lincoln, John Hancock, and the people of the American Revolution