Charles Carroll of Carrollton
Robert Treat Paine
Thomas Heyward, Jr.
Thomas Lynch, Jr.
Richard Henry Lee
Thomas Nelson, Jr.
Francis Lightfoot Lee
Robert R. Livingston
are the Parts
Declaration of Independence is split into 4 seperate sections. It
begins with the Preamble, which tells why the Continental Congress
decided to write the Dec.of Indep.
Declaration of Natural Rights: This is the second part of the Declaration and as the title says, it lays out the rights of the common citizen. It also says the n a republic people are allowed to form their own government in order to establish their rights
List of Grievances: The list of grievances states the colonists troubles and annoyances with the rule of King George the Third and just to prove so, they specifically call King George out on his ignorance.
Resolution of Independence: The Resolution of Independence was the closing paragraph of the Declaration of Independence. It stated that America would be its own country, and that it was also able to trade, make alliances, and war with other countries.
it was Created
meeting hall in Philadelphia often used to host debates.
it is Now
declaration of independence is stored safely in the nation's National
Archives. along with its important brethren, the Constitution, and the
Bill of Rights.
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