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U.S. Time Periods » 1763-1815: Revolution

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On January 23, 1783, a committee chaired by Madison submitted a list of approximately 1300 books to the Confederation Congress.

Madison's Treasures presents the most significant documents from our fourth President, James Madison. Most...

'Benjamin Franklin.' Juste Chevillet (1729-1802) [after a painting by Joseph Duplessis (1725-1802)]. Né à Boston, dans la Nouvelle Angleterre, le 17 Janv. 1706. Engraving, 1778. Prints

Benjamin Franklin: In His Own Words shows the breadth of Franklin's accomplishments through key letters, broadsides, and...

James Madison. Watercolor on ivory, in gold case. Charles Willson Peale. 1783. Prints and Photographs Division. Library of Congress. LC-USZC4-4097.

James Madison Papers includes 12,000 letters, notes, legislation, and other documents from the man considered...

St. James Church, built in South Carolina's oldest Anglican parish outside of Charleston, is thought to have been constructed between 1711 and 1719

Religion and the Founding of the American Republic examines the role religion played in the founding of the American colonies, in the...


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