James Madison. From that point on no one could ask a founding father "what did you mean by this........." we have had to figure it out.
the founding father is the Constitution the founding father is the Constitution
Who is the founding father of Philadelphia
which founding father explain
He is not a Founding Father.
Abraham was the founding father of Judaism.
James Madison 1836
Enzo Ferrari Is the founding father of Ferrari
Andrew Johnson was not a founding father.
John Morton was the first foundnig father to die in 1777, a year after the Declaration of Independence was approved by the Second Continental Congress.
No, of couse not. The founding father were the 2 contedental congress
Benjamin Franklin was an inventor, a scientist and a founding father.
James Monroe was the 5th president of the United States. he was the last president who was a Founding Father of the United States, third of them to die on Independence Day and the last president from the Virginia dynasty and the Republican Generation. He died on July 4 1831.
It was harvey owen sargent. not henry groseclose.
· Alexander Hamilton (United States founding father)
There was no US Founding Father who was born Muslim.
The founding father of American was George Washington, and Washington DC was named after him.
Benjamin franklin He was not a founding father
Alexander Hamilton is the founding father that proposed the electoral college.
Franklin Roosevelt was not a Founding Father. He was alive much, much later.
There is a difference between what being a "founding father" is, and being a framer of the constitution, as there were some of our founding fathers who were not at the Convention when the Constitution was formed.
He doesn't have any children but he is a founding father because he is like a father to his wife child from her first marriage.
His role as a founding father was to become the first president of the united Staets.
Many historians consider Andrew Jackson a Founding Father because he was in the revolutionary war as a child. He was also one the first presidents. I do not consider him to be a founding father however.
Charles Carroll of Carrollton was the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence. He died November 14, 1832 at age 95