Taking Back Our Stolen History
John Hancock
John Hancock

The Declaration of Independence Approved by Congress as 56 Courageous Signers “Pledge… Our Lives, Our Fortunes, and Our Sacred Honor.”

When the First Continental Congress adjourned in October of 1774, the delegates agreed to meet again in Philadelphia on May 5, 1775. Between the First and the Second …

The 2nd United American Republic: ‘The United States Continental Congress’ was founded by 12 states (New York abstained until July 8th)

Second United American Republic is founded: The United States Continental Congress (USCC) was formed by 12 colonies with the passage of the Resolution for Independency on …

John Hancock on a Militia: “They fight (Not for a Master’s ambition, but) for their Houses, their Lands, for their Wives, …for their Liberty, and for their God”

On the 4th anniversary of the Boston Massacre, 1774, John Hancock, who would be the first to sign the Declaration of Independence, stated: “Will not a …