Who was the founding father mentioned in the beginning of the movie national treasure?


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2015-07-14 19:43:52
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Charles Carroll. Believe it or not, he did sign the declaration of independence, and he was the last signing Survivor! National Treasure isn't all made up! I hope i answered your question

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