The Resource 40 documents of the Freedom Train : priceless historic documents of our heritage and freedom, Reproduced by arrangement with the American Heritage Foundation, sponsors of the Freedom Train, as a service of the Chicago Tribune

40 documents of the Freedom Train : priceless historic documents of our heritage and freedom, Reproduced by arrangement with the American Heritage Foundation, sponsors of the Freedom Train, as a service of the Chicago Tribune

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40 documents of the Freedom Train : priceless historic documents of our heritage and freedom
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40 documents of the Freedom Train
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priceless historic documents of our heritage and freedom
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Reproduced by arrangement with the American Heritage Foundation, sponsors of the Freedom Train, as a service of the Chicago Tribune
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eng
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40 documents of the Freedom Train : priceless historic documents of our heritage and freedom, Reproduced by arrangement with the American Heritage Foundation, sponsors of the Freedom Train, as a service of the Chicago Tribune
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nc
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text
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Contents
Contents: 1) Letter by Christopher Columbus on Discovery of AMerica (1492) -- 2) The Mayflower Compact -- 3) The Bap Psalm Book - First Book Printed in the Colonies (1640) -- 4) Zenger Edits "New York Weekly" while in jail (1734) -- 5) Benjamin Franklin defends freedom of the press (1737) -- 6) Thomas Jefferson defends rigts of colonists (1774) -- 7) Paul Revere's Commission as messenger (1775) -- 8) Washington's Revolutionary War expense account (1776) -- 9) Thomas Jefferson's "rough draft" of the Declaration of Independence (1776) -- 10) Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" (1776) -- 11) Thomas Paine's "The Crisis" (1776) -- 12) Benjamin Franklin's self-epitaph in his own hand (1776) -- 13) Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown (1781) -- 14) Letter form John Paul Jones to Gouverneur Morris (1782) -- 15) Original letter of Thaddeus Kosciuszko to Nathaniel Greene (1786) -- 16) Washington's own copy of the Constitution (1787) -- 17) Northwest Ordinance - New Landmark of Freedom (1787) -- 18) Bill of Rights (1789) -- 19) President Washington's "To Bigotry no sanction" (1790) -- 20) France Pays Tribute to Benjamin Franklin (1790) -- 21) Thanks of United States Congress to French Nation (1791) -- 22) Washington's Farewell Address in his own handwriting (1796) -- 23) George Hay defends freedom of press (1799) -- 23) Original manuscript of "Star Spangled Banner" (1814) -- 25) Logbook of U. S. Frigate "Constitution" (1815) -- 26) The Emancipation Proclamation (1863) -- 27) Lincoln's Gettysburg Address in is Own handwriting (1863) -- 28) Robert E. Lee accepts presidency of college (1865) -- 29) Susan B. Anthony's petition for women's right to vote (1873) -- 30) United States proclaims end of slavery and peonage in Guam (1900) -- 31) Theodore Roosevelt affirms determination to withdraw from Cuba (1907) -- 32) The nineteenth amendment permits women's vote (1919) -- 33) Unlimited national emergency -- World War II (1941) -- 34) Wainwright's last message from Corregidor (1942) -- 35) General McAuliffe says "Nuts" to German Surrender demand (1944) -- 36)Germans surrender unconditionally (1945) -- 37) Japanese surrender - logbook of U.S.S. Missouri (1945) -- 38) General Stillwell accepts Japanese Surrender -- Ryukyus Islands (1945) -- 39) United Nations Charter (1945) -- 40) Independence of Philippines 91946)
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29 cm
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40 documents.
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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40 documents of the Freedom Train : priceless historic documents of our heritage and freedom, Reproduced by arrangement with the American Heritage Foundation, sponsors of the Freedom Train, as a service of the Chicago Tribune
Publication
Note
In portfolio
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Contents: 1) Letter by Christopher Columbus on Discovery of AMerica (1492) -- 2) The Mayflower Compact -- 3) The Bap Psalm Book - First Book Printed in the Colonies (1640) -- 4) Zenger Edits "New York Weekly" while in jail (1734) -- 5) Benjamin Franklin defends freedom of the press (1737) -- 6) Thomas Jefferson defends rigts of colonists (1774) -- 7) Paul Revere's Commission as messenger (1775) -- 8) Washington's Revolutionary War expense account (1776) -- 9) Thomas Jefferson's "rough draft" of the Declaration of Independence (1776) -- 10) Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" (1776) -- 11) Thomas Paine's "The Crisis" (1776) -- 12) Benjamin Franklin's self-epitaph in his own hand (1776) -- 13) Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown (1781) -- 14) Letter form John Paul Jones to Gouverneur Morris (1782) -- 15) Original letter of Thaddeus Kosciuszko to Nathaniel Greene (1786) -- 16) Washington's own copy of the Constitution (1787) -- 17) Northwest Ordinance - New Landmark of Freedom (1787) -- 18) Bill of Rights (1789) -- 19) President Washington's "To Bigotry no sanction" (1790) -- 20) France Pays Tribute to Benjamin Franklin (1790) -- 21) Thanks of United States Congress to French Nation (1791) -- 22) Washington's Farewell Address in his own handwriting (1796) -- 23) George Hay defends freedom of press (1799) -- 23) Original manuscript of "Star Spangled Banner" (1814) -- 25) Logbook of U. S. Frigate "Constitution" (1815) -- 26) The Emancipation Proclamation (1863) -- 27) Lincoln's Gettysburg Address in is Own handwriting (1863) -- 28) Robert E. Lee accepts presidency of college (1865) -- 29) Susan B. Anthony's petition for women's right to vote (1873) -- 30) United States proclaims end of slavery and peonage in Guam (1900) -- 31) Theodore Roosevelt affirms determination to withdraw from Cuba (1907) -- 32) The nineteenth amendment permits women's vote (1919) -- 33) Unlimited national emergency -- World War II (1941) -- 34) Wainwright's last message from Corregidor (1942) -- 35) General McAuliffe says "Nuts" to German Surrender demand (1944) -- 36)Germans surrender unconditionally (1945) -- 37) Japanese surrender - logbook of U.S.S. Missouri (1945) -- 38) General Stillwell accepts Japanese Surrender -- Ryukyus Islands (1945) -- 39) United Nations Charter (1945) -- 40) Independence of Philippines 91946)
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
40 documents.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n

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