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Who were the founding fathers of the thirteen original colonies?


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The first six presidents were all founding fathers, or in the case of the Sixth, the son of a founding father, and all lived in Virginia or Massachusetts, coastal states from the original thirteen colonies.

They were the original settlers and some were actually the ones who helped fund for the trip.

The reason the founding fathers chose Philadelphia as the location for the constitution convention was because it was right in the middle of the original colonies and it was the most convenient place for it to take place.

Cecil Calvert and John Smith are two examples of Founding Fathers of the Southern Colonies. Another example would be James Oglethorpe, who founded Georgia.

Where the 13 colonies were united as one nation instead of thirteen divided entities. It was a "united we stand, divided we fall" mentality.

None. They were all born in the colonies.

The Founding Fathers in 1776's Declaration of Independence.

How did the founding fathers create federalism

no.none of the founding fathers have pets

I would ask Americas founding fathers, how they became Americas founding fathers? Also why did they sign the deceleration of independence? Lastly why do we have founding fathers?

who is the Founding Fathers

There were 74 delegates/founding fathers at the constitutional convention

Most of the founding fathers of the US where deists. not atheists.

There aren't 4, but 55 founding fathers who signed the constitution.

What is meant by "the Founding Fathers were men of their time"

the founding fathers time period was the 1800s

Which ones? There are more than four founding fathers, my friend.

Yes, it was important to the Founding Fathers to justify their actions by evoking traditional English rights. As English colonists, they felt they were deprived of these rights when Parliament passed laws without representation from the colonies. The Founding Fathers also did not want to provoke a radical reconstruction.

Yes, the Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution of the United States.

What the founding fathers meant by republic is citizens having rights to elect those who represent them. The founding fathers are believed to have been against democracy.

Which of the founding father's were lawyers?

they were the best fathers in the world.

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