The Declaration of Independence and Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
Ben Franklin was an inventor, a writer, printer, scientist, and statesman who only went to school until the age of ten. Franklin was also one of the framers of the Declaration of Independence, and reading this book will help students to understand how the document was written, why it was created, and what it has meant to our country's history.
 

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Contents

Ben Franklins Childhood
6
A Young Printer
7
Ben the Inventor
10
Serving the Public
11
Traveling to England
14
More Trouble in the Colonies
15
War with England 8 Revolution 9 The Declaration ot Independence
22
A Great American
23
Glossary
24
Index Web Sites Thls One iiijj_iii_iiiiiiiiiiiiiii 2
25
Copyright

About the author (2002)

Kathy Furgang is a writer and editor who lives with her husband and young son in New York City, New York.

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