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Function inside fire extinguisher.

Liberty bell philadelphia independence, travel vacation.

Ad adboard announcement, architecture buildings.

Liberty bell philadelphia independence, travel vacation.

A Jewish leader holds up the gown of the Jewish prophet Yahyâ (John the Baptist) on which the Muslim declaration of faith (shahâdah) has miraculously appeared; when it was cut out, it appeared a second time.

A Jewish leader holds up the gown of the Jewish prophet Yahyâ (John the Baptist) on which the Muslim declaration of faith (shahâdah) has miraculously appeared; when it was cut out, it appeared a second time.

Declaration of War on Spain by Louis XIII: The King as Hercules

Stephen Hopkins, signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Document [fair copy of the Declaration of Independence]

John Dunlap. First printer of the Declaration of Inde.

Document [fair copy of the Declaration of Independence]

State of North-Carolina. In Convention, August 1, 1788. [Declaration of rights, and amendments to the Constitution, to be laid before Congress previous to ratification of the Constitution by North Carolina.]

State of North-Carolina. In Convention, August 1, 1788. [Declaration of rights, and amendments to the Constitution, to be laid before Congress previous to ratification of the Constitution by North Carolina.]

Document [fair copy of the Declaration of Independence]

Document [fair copy of the Declaration of Independence]

First reading of the Declaration of Independence in New York

Virginia Colonial Convention, August 1774, Declaration of Rights

A short and sincere declaration, to our Honorable Assembly, and all others in high or low station of administration, and to all friends and inhabitants of this Country, to whose sight this may come be they English or Germans [A Mennonites protes

A short and sincere declaration, to our Honorable Assembly, and all others in high or low station of administration, and to all friends and inhabitants of this Country, to whose sight this may come be they English or Germans [A Mennonites protes

[Signing of the Declaration of Independence.]

Thomas Jefferson, June 1776, Draft Fragment of Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence

Watertown, July 3, 1776. In Council. Ordered, that the following part of the resolution of this General Assembly respecting the declaration prescribed in the Act, commonly call the test act, be forthwith published in hand bills, and sent to the

Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, July 22, 1776, Virginia Convention; Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence

Declaration by Sir William Howe, Commander in Chief of the British forces. Sir William regrets the calamities .... August 27, 1777.

By the State of Maryland. A declaration Whereas the General Assembly of Maryland hath heretofore resolved "That the Delegates of this State should be instructed, to remonstrate to the Congress, that this state esteem it essentially necessary for

Signers of the Declaration of Independence

[Announcement of the Spanish declaration of war on Great Britain, printed at Norwich]. Norwich: Printed by J. Trumbull [1779].

By his excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Esquire, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the state of Connecticut in America. A declaration [exhorting to renewed vigor] ... Given under my hand, in the Council Chamber, at Hartford, the eighth da

Medal Commemorating the Declaration of Independence

Geo. Read a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and framer of the Constitution of the United States

Richard Henry Lee the mover in Congress of the Declaration of Independence

J. Marc Barrere, August 31, 1786, Declaration on Seizure of the Neptune (ship) in Port au Prince

George Ross, signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Declaration of the Reverend Mr. David Jones. To the Citizens of the State of Pennsylvania, the following observations are submitted by the subscriber [Charging that James Ross attorney having repobated the doctrine of original sin court conseque

Declaration of American Independence [seal] in Congress, July 4th, 1776. --- text in two columns within ornamental border. [Philadelphia 1800 ?].

[Congress voting the Declaration of Independence]

[Cut] Declaration and dying speech of Henry Phillips. Taken from his own mouth at the Boston goal a short time previous to the day of his execution. [Boston 1817].

Declaration of independence published by John Trumbull, New York, Sept. 10th, 1822.

Unanimous Declaration of Independence, passed in the United States Congress, by the representatives of the American people. [United States : s.n., 1823]

The Declaration of Independence (July 4, 1776)

Declaration del Pueblo de Tejas, reunido enconvencion general ... En la imprenta de Baker y Bordens, San Feline de Austin 7 de Noviembre de 1835.

The declaration of seventy-five physicians of Boston ... Ford & Damrell, Temperance Press, Wilson's Lane Boston 1832.

Declaration of the Anti-Slavery Convention. Assembled in Philadelphia, December 4, 1833

Declaration of the anti-slavery convention. Assembled in Philadelphia, December 4, 1833 ... [Philadelphia] Merrihew & Gunn, printers. No. 7 Carter's Alley [1833].

Declaration of Independence: July 4th 1776

Declaration of Independence: July 4th 1776

Declaration of Independence July 4th, 1776.

ship from "The Book of the Navy; comprising a general history of the American Marine; and particular accounts of all the most celebrated naval battles, from the Declaration of Independence to the present time. With an appendix"

ship from "The Book of the Navy; comprising a general history of the American Marine; and particular accounts of all the most celebrated naval battles, from the Declaration of Independence to the present time. With an appendix"

Mayor of Boston (1845 - 1848): from "[The History of the United States of North America, from the plantation of the British Colonies, 'till their revolt and Declaration of Independence.]"

The Declaration

Declaration polka

The Declaration of Independence.

Declaration of Independence - in Congress July 4th 1776 / engraved by Geo. G. Smith.

Just the thing for a child to have! John Adams's letter written the day after the signing of the Declaration of independence ... Boston. Henry Bowen's chemical print [185-?].

[Reading The Declaration of Independence.]

Declaration, platform, and constitution of the Republican association of Washington, D. C. [Washington, 1854].

Hymns and songs for the anti-slavery celebration of the Declaration of Independence, at Framingham, July 4, 1857. Boston, Prentiss & Sawyer, printers, No. 19 Water Street.

Jefferson House. The house in which Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence.

Jefferson House. The house in which Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence.

Jefferson House. The house in which Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence.

Jefferson House. The house in which Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence.

Carpenter's Hall, house in which the Declaration was written....

Abraham Lincoln, [November 9, 1860] (Statement concerning calls for Lincoln to make a public declaration of his positions)

The Declaration of Independence.

The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen United States of America

Proclamation of emancipation. The second Declaration of Independence! [L. Smith].

The Declaration, from the "Illustrated London News"

First reading of the Declaration of Independence in New York / A.R. Waud.

The eight years of the war of the American revolution. Chronological table of the American revolution, showing the time and place of each event: with a list of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, arranged in the limits of the thirtee

trouser role from "Beeton's Book of the War; being a narrative of the most striking military events and romantic incidents which occurred during the time from the declaration of war to the capitulation of Paris. [With illustrations.]"

People from "Beeton's Book of the War; being a narrative of the most striking military events and romantic incidents which occurred during the time from the declaration of war to the capitulation of Paris. [With illustrations.]"

Portraits and autograph signatures of the framers and signers of the Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia, July 4th, 1776.

Portraits and autograph signatures of the framers and signers of the Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia, July 4th, 1776 / Thos. Hunter, lith, Philada.

[Bank note vignettes showing pile of U.S. coins, some dated in 1860s and 1870s ; Spanish explorer on horseback, men with cannon, and men holding large cross in Indian camp ; signing of Declaration of Independence]

Portraits and autograph signatures of the framers and signers of the Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia, July 4th. 1776 / Thos. Hunter, lith. Philada.

The Mecklenburg Declaration. May 20, 1775. [8 stanzas of verse] May 20th, 1875.

North Carolina centennial celebration of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence .... March 25, 1875.

Graff's house, where Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence.

[Richard Henry Lee reading the original document of the Declaration of Independence, on the Fourth of July 1876, at Philadelphia]

July 4th, 1876. The centennial celebration in Philadelphia-Richard Henry Lee of Virginia, reading the Declaration of Independence at Independence Square, July 4th / Hyde.

The Centennial Fourth - Mr. Richard Henry Lee Reading the Declaration of Independence, at Philadelphia

The signers of the Declaration of Independence.

North Carolina - Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence

Signing of the Declaration of Independence.

Gov. Thomas Nelson, Yorktown, York County, Virginia. Signer of the Declaration of Independence, 4th July, 1776.

Carter Braxton, signer of the Declaration of Independence.

The declaration of dependence / J. Keppler.

House in which Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, Seventh and Market Streets, Philadelphia

The Irish declaration of independence that we are all familiar with / F. Opper.

Ovide Cameau public declaration

Declaration House from "A history of the American People ... With illustrations"

Declaration of independence. The unanimous declaration of the thirteen United States of America, in Congress assembled, July 4, 1776. St. Louis. Great Western printing co. [1884].

Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence from "A larger history of the United States of America to the close of President Jackson's administration ... Illustrated, etc"

Carter Braxton, signer of the Declaration of Independence.

A new declaration of independence in the year 1885 / Gillam.

Richard Henry Lee, the mover in Congress of the Declaration of Independence.