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History of Independence Hall : from the earliest period to the present time, embracing biographies of the immortal signers of the Declaration of Independence, with historical sketches of the sacred relics preserved in that sanctuary of American freedom

Author: D W Belisle; Abraham Lincoln; Robert Todd Lincoln; Lincoln Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: Philadelphia : J. Challen & Son ; New York : Sheldon & Co. ; Boston : Brown, Taggard & Chase ; Cincinnati : Rickey, Mallory ; Chicago : S.C. Griggs, 1859.
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Belisle, D. W. (David W.)
History of Independence Hall.
Philadelphia : J. Challen & Son ; New York : Sheldon & Co. ; Boston : Brown, Taggard & Chase ; Cincinnati : Rickey, Mallory ; Chicago : S.C. Griggs, 1859
(OCoLC)656941941
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: D W Belisle; Abraham Lincoln; Robert Todd Lincoln; Lincoln Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 2178437
Description: 396 p., [4] leaves of plates : ill. ; 20 cm.
Contents: Introductory, --
I. Incentive associations, --
II. Primitive settlers and public edifices, --
III. "The Old State House", --
IV. Independence Square, --
V. The Old State House bell, --
VI. Washington's statue, --
VII. Alexander Hamilton, --
VIII. Convention of 1776, --
X. [sic] The Declaration of Independence, --
X. Remarks on the Declaration of Independence, --
XI. John Hancock, --
XII. Thomas Jefferson, --
XIII. Richard Stockton, --
XIV. Dr. Josiah Bartlett, --
XV. Samuel Adams, --
XVI. William Whipple, --
XVII. John Adams, --
XVIII. William Huntington, --
XIX. Oliver Wolcott, --
XX. Robert Treat Paine, --
XXI. Philip Livingston, --
XXII. Francis Lewis, --
XXIII. John Witherspoon, --
XXIV. Robert Morris, --
XXV. Elbridge Gerry, --
XXVI. Benjamin Rush, --
XXVII. Benjamin Franklin, --
XXVIII. Francis Hopkinson, --
XXIX. Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, --
XXX. John Hart - Abraham Clark - John Morton - George Clymer, --
XXXI. James Smith - George Taylor - James Wilson - George Ross, --
XXXII. Cæsar Rodney - George Read - Thomas M'Kean - Samuel Chase - Thomas Stone - Wm. Paca, --
XXXIII. William Floyd - Lewis Morris - William Willliams - Mattew Thornton - Stephen Hopkins - William Ellery - Roger Sherman, --
XXXIV. George Wythe - Richard Henry Lee - Benjamin Harrison - Thomas Nelson - Francis Lightfoot Lee - Carter Braxton, --
XXXV. Edward Rutledge - Thomas Hayward - Thomas Lynch, Jr. - Arthur Middleton, --
XXXVI. Burton Gynnett - Lyman Hall - George Walton, --
XXXVII. William Hooper - Joseph Hewes - John Penn, --
XXXIII. Washington's Pew, --
XXXIX. Franklin's desk, --
XL. A singularly historical chair, --
XLI. The Triumphal Arch, --
XLII. The Bible in 1776, --
XLIII. The Charter Oak, --
XLIV. Old documents, --
XLV. Portrait of Washington woven in silk, and other interesting momentoes, --
XLVI. Conclusion.
Responsibility: by D.W. Belisle.

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