The United States Declaration of Independence (Original and Modernized Capitalization Versions)
This volume collects two versions of the United States Declaration of Independence, one with the original capitalization and one with modernized capitalization. Also included: the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (written by The Marquis de Lafayette, with help from his friend and neighbor, American envoy to France, Thomas Jefferson).
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abolishing Abraham Clark American envoy Arthur Middleton Massachusetts Assent to Laws Bartlett William Whipple Button Gwinnett Caesar Rodney Capitalization Version DECLARATION Capitalization Version French Carter Braxton Pennsylvania Citizen written Clark New Hampshire Colonies connections and corre consent DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE dissolved envoy to France establishing Francis Lightfoot Lee Free and Independent George Clymer George Ross Delaware George Walton North Government INDEPENDENCE Original Version John Hancock Maryland John Witherspoon Josiah Bartlett legislative legislature mankind Marquis de Lafayette Matthew Thornton Notes McKean New York ments are instituted Modernized Capitalization Version neces Notes Notes Notes Original Version Modern Paca Thomas Stone Penn South Philip Livingston powers punishment Read Thomas McKean refused his Assent refused to pass repeated injuries Rutledge Thomas Heyward suspended Thomas Heyward Thomas Jefferson unalienable UNITED STATES DECLARATION usurpations Version French Declaration Version Modern Capitalization Walton North Carolina WILDSIDE PRESS William Paca William Whipple Massachusetts Witherspoon Francis Hopkinson Wolcott New Hampshire