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EDWARD EVERETT (1794-1865). American politician, pastor, educator, diplomat, and orator, U.S. Representative, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, 15th Governor of Massachusetts, Minister to Great Britain, United States Secretary of State, and Harvard University President. Great American Orator best remembered for his dedication at the Gettysburg National Cemetery in 1863, where he spoke for over two hours before President Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous two-minute Gettysburg Address.
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ROBERT MORRIS (1734-1806). Signer of the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the United States Constitution, Patriot of the American Revolutionary War and known as the "Financier of the Revolution," United States Senator from Pennsylvania. One of only a few Patriots who Signed All Three Founding Documents!
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ROBERT MORRIS (1734-1806). Signer of the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the United States Constitution, Patriot of the American Revolutionary War and known as the "Financier of the Revolution," United States Senator from Pennsylvania.
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HENRY WILSON (1812-1875). 18th Vice President of the United States (1873-1875) serving under President Ulysses S. Grant, Senator from Massachusetts as leading Republican, and a strong Opponent of Slavery (1855-73), a Founder of the Free Soil Party in 1848, a.k.a. the "Natick Shoemaker".
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FRANCIS HOPKINSON (1737-1791). Signer of the Declaration of Independence as a Delegate from New Jersey, Pennsylvania Admiralty Court Judge, Federal Judge, American Author, and he played a key role in the Design of both the First American Flag and the Design of the Great Seal of the United States.
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(GENERAL JOHN GLOVER) (1732-1797). American fisherman, merchant, and military leader from Marblehead, Massachusetts who served as a Brigadier General in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.
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MATTHEW THORNTON (1714-1803), a.k.a. the LAST Signer of the Declaration of Independence representing New Hampshire. He was a Physician, President of the New Hampshire Provincial Congress (1775), Speaker of the NH House of Representatives (1776), Member of the Continental Congress. He arrived late to Philadelphia in November 1776 and was granted permission to belatedly Sign his name to the Declaration of Independence, making him the second to the last person to sign the document.
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FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT (1882-1945). Thirty-Second President of the United States who Instituted the historic "New Deal" Democratic social programs that would become his signature government reform, one promising that government policies would help Americans emerge from the economic depression, and who led the United States through most of World War II.
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FRANCIS HOPKINSON (1737-1791). Signer of the Declaration of Independence as a Delegate from New Jersey, Pennsylvania Admiralty Court Judge, Federal Judge, American Author, and he played a key role in the Design of both the First American Flag and the Design of the Great Seal of the United States.
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DAVID RITTENHOUSE. American Astronomer, Inventor, Clockmaker, Mathematician, Surveyor, Scientific Instrument Craftsman. Rittenhouse was a Member of the American Philosophical Society and the First Director of the United States Mint.

SAMUEL MEREDITH. Appointed 2nd Treasurer of the United States (1789 to December 1801) by George Washington, also serving under John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.

ANDREW NORNY. Served in the Revolutionary War, endured the Winter with George Washington at Valley Forge, later Appointed as Brigadier General.
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GEORGE CLINTON (1739-1812). Considered one of the "Founding Fathers" of the United States; Governor of New York from 1777 to 1795, again from 1801 to 1804, then served as the 4th Vice President of the U.S. from 1805 to 1812.
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SIR JEFFERY AMHERST, 1st Baron Amherst KB (1717- 1797). British Army Commander-in-Chief of the Forces, best known for Britain's successful campaign to conquer the territory of New France during the Seven Years' War, captured the cities of Louisbourg, Quebec City and Montreal, becoming the first British Governor General in the territories that eventually became Canada.


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PRESIDENT JAMES ABRAM GARFIELD (November 19,1831-September 19, 1881) & LUCRETIA GARFIELD (First Lady). 20th President of the United States (Presidential term: March 4, 1881 " September 19, 1881) after completing nine Consecutive Terms in the U.S. House of Representatives (1863"1881). Assassinated by Charles Julius Guiteau.
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OLIVER WOLCOTT, JR. (1760-1833). 2nd United States Secretary of the Treasury (February 3, 1795 - December 31, 1800) serving after Alexander Hamilton, and the 24th Governor of Connecticut 1817 to 1827).
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General WILLIAM BARTON (1748-1831). 1775 enlisted in the Continental Army, fought in the Battle of Bunker Hill. In 1777, led a daring raid Capturing British Major General Richard Prescott and was honored with a Presentation Sword by Resolution of the Continental Congress, Member of Society of the Cincinnati.
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MAJOR JOHN DAVIDSON (1735-1832). Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence Signer in May 1775 (one of the 27). Mecklenburg County Justice of the Peace, Delegate to the North Carolina Assembly in New Bern, Appointed Mecklenburg Militia Major, later Brigade Major.
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WILLIAM PHILLIPS (1731-1781). Revolutionary War British Major General, held as an American Prisoner at Cambridge, MA, after the surrender of General John Burgoyne to General Gates at Saratoga, NY, on October 18, 1777.
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ISRAEL HILTON BUKER (1756-1848). Revolutionary War Sergeant; Crossed the Delaware with Washington, present at Valley Forge, served with General LaFayette and Presented a Sword by General LaFayette; wounded at least twice, Honorable Discharged by General George Washington with the Army on June 9, 1783 at New Windsor, New York.
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WILLIAM ALEXANDER, LORD STIRLING (1723-1783). American Revolutionary War General captured at the Battle of Long Island, later served under George Washington at Brandywine, Germantown and Monmouth; at the Battle of Trenton on December 26th, 1776, he received the Surrender of a Hessian German Mercenary regiment. JOHN WATTS
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WILLIAM HEATH (1737-1814). American Revolutionary War Continental Army Major General, reprimanded by George Washington for his handling of the attack on Fort Independence, later promoted Commanding the Eastern Department and in the Hudson Valley.
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ROBERT ANDERSON (1805-1871). Union Commander and Hero of the First Battle of the Civil War at Fort Sumter in April 1861.
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ABNER NASH. (August 8, 1740 " December 2, 1786) was the Second Governor of the U.S. State of North Carolina between 1781 and 1782, and represented North Carolina in the Continental Congress from 1782 to 1786
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Dr. BENJAMIN RUSH (1746-1813). Signer of the Declaration of Independence from Pennsylvania. c. 1732, First English Language Edition, Rare Complete 3-Volume Set of Books titled: "An Historical, Critical, Geographical, Chronological, and Etymological Dictionary of the Holy Bible," from the Library of Benjamin Rush (1746-1813), Signer of the Declaration of Independence from Pennsylvania as a gift of the noted Reverend Dr. Francis Allison (1705"1779), translated from the French Edition of 1722-1728, Very Fine.
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DAVID RITTENHOUSE (1732-1796). Revolutionary War Patriot, First Director of the First United States Mint 1792, Treasurer of Pennsylvania, American Astronomer, Inventor, Clockmaker, Mathematician, Surveyor.
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ROBERT MONCKTON (1726-1782). Senior British Army Officer in North America and also a Colonial Administrator in British North America, being Second in Command to General Wolfe at the Battle of Quebec (1759), and later being named the Governor of the Province of New York during the French & Indian War (1762-1765).
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CYRUS WEST FIELD (1819-1892). Historic American Industrialist, created the Atlantic Telegraph Company, and laid the First Successful Telegraph Cable across the Atlantic Ocean in 1858.
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(DANIEL WEBSTER) (1782-1852). Leading American Statesman during the nation's Antebellum Period, famous Orator and Whig Party Leader, Secretary of State, Campaigned Three Times to achieve the Presidency of the United States.


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THOMAS L. McKENNEY (1785-1858). Superintendent of Indian Affairs under President James Madison in 1816 and famous American Author the historic 3-Volume "History of the Indian Tribes", here his Letter to Dolley Madison.
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RICHARD CLARKE (1711-1795). Major Boston Merchant of the firm Richard Clarke & Sons, and British Loyalist, among the Consignees of the Tea which was thrown into Boston Harbor in December 1773 in the Boston Tea Party, one of the founders of Christ Church of Cambridge.
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March 4, 1761-Dated French and Indian War Period, Indenture Recording the Sale of Land Signed, "JAS. ROOSEVELT" (Jacobus) (1692-1776) to his son, Christopher Roosevelt (1724-1794). Also Signed, "ISAAC ROOSEVELT" and "HARMAN HOFFMAN" at lower left as witnesses. Also Signed, "CHRISTOPHER ROOSEVELT" on the reverse side Docket.
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SAMUEL HUNTINGTON (1731-1796). Signer of the Declaration of Independence, President of the Continental Congress (1779-1781), First President of the United States under the Articles of Confederation in Congress Assembled, 18th Governor of the State of Connecticut.
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HELEN KELLER (1880-1968). The first deafblind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. The story of how Keller's teacher, Anne Sullivan, broke through the isolation imposed by a near complete lack of language, as she learned to communicate, has become widely known through the dramatic depictions of the play and film The Miracle Worker.
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(STEPHEN HOPKINS - TRIAL PART II) October 26, 1770-Dated Colonial America, Autographed Document Record Signed, "B Brown" as Sher(iff), of the Corporal Punishment of Convicted Counterfeiters, Kings County (Rhode Island).
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TIMOTHY FLETCHER (1704-1779). Known as a great hunter and for his important military service in the French and Indian War, who with Captain Church, entered the Indian camp of Chief Annawan befriending him to ascertain the the strength of the warriors forces, then guided our British-American troops to surprise, engage and routed them, also a French General fell dead by a ball from Timothy's Fletcher's musket.
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ANTHONY WAYNE (1745-1796). Continental Army Brigadier General (1777-1783) and the sobriquet "Mad Anthony"; later served as General in Chief of the Army and Commanded the Legion of the United States, original member of the Society of the Cincinnati. Docket of being from Colonel ("Mad") Anthony Wayne.

DR. ROBERT JOHNSTON (1749-1808). First United States Government Minister to China.
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KIRK DOUGLAS (1916-2020). Famous American Actor, producer, director, philanthropist, and writer.
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ELIAS BOUDINOT (1740-1821). 10th President of the Continental Congress (1782-1783), Founding Father, Member of the Continental Congress, served in the First Congress of 1789, Signed the "Treaty of Paris" with Great Britain, ending the Revolutionary War, Member of the Committee on Correspondence, New Jersey Provincial Congress, Commissary-General of Prisoners, and in 1795 Appointed as Third Director of the United States Mint by George Washington. Elias Boudinot founded the American Bible Society and began "Thanksgiving" in America as a national holiday.
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ROBERT FULTON (1765-1815). American Engineer, Artist, Inventor and Perfector of the Steamboat.
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COLONEL THOMAS DAWES (1731-1809). Patriot who served as a Massachusetts Militia Colonel during the American Revolution; afterward assumed prominent positions in Massachusetts's government; Architect and Builder designing many notable buildings in Boston, including the Old Street House and the Brattle Street Church.
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CAPTAIN EBENEZER SMITH (1745-1819). Oldest and Longest Serving Revolutionary War Captain in the Massachusetts Line with over eight years service, the principal Guard officer of Major Andre, present when the hour of execution was announced to him, present in the 6th Mass. Infantry when the regiment was furloughed June 12, 1783 at West Point, NY and disbanded on Nov. 3, 1783 and original 1783 Society of the Cincinnati Member.
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JAMES BOYD (1888-1944), Famed Author and N.C. WYETH (1882-1945), American Artist, Prodigious Illustrator, Father of Andrew Wyeth.
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JOHN FITCH, Relative of the Famous Clock Maker, Brass Worker, Silversmith, and Inventor of the Steamship in the United States.
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(BENEDICT ARNOLD III) (1683-1761). Colonial Connecticut Merchant and Father of the Infamous American Revolutionary War General and Traitor "Benedict Arnold" named after his father.
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General WILLIAM BARTON, (1748-1831). 1775 enlisted in the Continental Army, fought in the Battle of Bunker Hill. In 1777, he led a daring raid on British Army headquarters, capturing Major General Richard Prescott and was honored with a Presentation Sword by a Resolution of the Continental Congress.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BUTLER (1818-1893). Civil War Major Union General in the Army, nicknamed "Beast Butler," elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Mass., and later served as the 33rd Governor of Mass. from 1883 to 1884.


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EARL CLAPP (1741-1836). Commanded a Company of Minutemen at the Lexington Alarm as a Captain of Massachusetts Militia Officer with the Minutemen on April 19, 1775 taking part at the Battle of Lexington & Concord, subsequently served as a Major of the Plymouth County Massachusetts, Militia.
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GEORGE CLARKE (1676-1760). Acting Governor of New York (1736-1743) who built an Estate named Hyde Park on Long Island. Appointed Secretary of the Province of New York in 1703.
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DANIEL CLYMER (1748-1810). American Revolutionary War Patriot and Officer, Signer of Continental Paper Money, Pennsylvania State Assemblyman, Cousin of Declaration of Independence Signer George Clymer, and a Signer for Continental Currency Notes.
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JAMES DUANE (1733-1797) & JOHN ALSOP (1724"1794). Alsop: Merchant and Politician from New York City during the American Revolution and Delegate for New York to the Continental Congress, 1774-1776. Plus, Duane: Member of the Continental Congress and later the Mayor of New York.
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HENRY FORD, LEE IACOCCA, and Several Other Historic Notable Automotive Industry Figure's AUTOGRAPHS.
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JEDEDIAH HUNTINGTON (1743-1818). American General in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, brevetted Major General in 1783, one of the organizers of the Society of the Cincinnati, member of the court-martial that tried Gen. Charles Lee and that condemned Major Andr. He "fought courageously during the Battle of Bunker Hill, from which he emerged a Colonel."
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VAN JOHNSON, Actor.
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(JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY) DAVID FRANCIS POWERS (1912-1998). Special Assistant and assistant Appointments Secretary to President of the United States John F. Kennedy.


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(JAMES KIRKE PAULDING), Secretary of the Navy under President Van Buren.
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COL. WILLIAM PEPPERELL (1646-1734). Jurist and Colonel in the militia, his house was listed as a Garrison during the Indian Wars, instrumental in the building of Fort William in 1714, a wealthy Shipbuilder with great colonial shipping firms, most of which passed to his son Sir William Pepperell (1696-1759).
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JAMES ROBERTSON (1717-1788). British Army General who participated in American Revolutionary War, served as Civil Royal British Governor of the Province of New York 1779-83.
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HORATIO SEYMOUR, Governor of New York; Democrat Candidate for President Who Ran Against U.S. Grant, 1868.
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JOHN COTTON SMITH (1765-1845). 23rd Governor of Connecticut during the 7th Lieutenant Governor, War of 1812 Period, and a member of the United States House of Representatives.
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JOHN SULLIVAN (1740-1795). American General during the Revolutionary War, Delegate in the Continental Congress and state assembly, and served as speaker of the house. He led the drive in New Hampshire that led to ratification of the United States Constitution on June 21, 1788. He was elected President of New Hampshire (now Governor) in 1786, 1787 and 1789; led to ratification of the United States Constitution on June 21, 1788, and later appointed by George Washington as a the first United States Federal Judge for NH.
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Major General DR. JOHN THOMAS (1724-1776). Major General in the Continental Army, American Doctor from Massachusetts, and a leader during the Siege of Boston. Thomas briefly commanded the Continental Army withdrawal from Canada after that unsuccessful invasion and died in June 1776 from smallpox during their retreat.
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JOHN COTTON SMITH (1765-1845). Connecticut Lt. Governor (1811-1812) and Governor during the War of 1812 period from (1812-1817). Plus, (JOSEPH TRUMBULL) (1782-1861). Grandson of Revolutionary War Governor Jonathan Trumbull, who became Governor of Connecticut himself from (1849-1850).
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(RIP VAN DAM) (c. 1660-1749). Acting Governor of the Province of New York from 1731 to 1732. As one of the leaders of the republican liberal party, Van Dam confronted the subsequent royal governor William Cosby.
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KARL SHAPIRO, (1913"2000) was an American poet and critic, whose "V-Letter and Other Poems" was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 1945.
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