Founding Tenther: John Hancock

Born Jan 23, 1737 – John Hancock was one of the most influential and important Revolutionaries, from the Stamp and Townshend Acts, through the Boston Massacre and the War for Independence. But he was also one of the leading advocates of what became the 10th Amendment.

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Gen. Gage’s Offer of Amnesty (12 June 1775)

Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms

John Adams – Letter to Joseph Ward (6 June 1809)

Townshend Acts of 1767

The Liberty Affair

How John Adams won the Hancock trial

Massacre Day Oration (5 Mar 1774)

Episode – Hancock’s Massacre Day Oration

John Adams – Diary of March 5, 1774

Rhetoric and Resistance in the Face of Tyranny

Massachusetts Amendments (6 Feb 1788)

Pauline Maier’s book

John Hancock – Massachusetts Ratifying Convention (6 Feb 1788)

Thomas Jefferson – Letter to Edward Carrington (27 May 1788)

Thomas Jefferson – Letter to Francis Hopkinson (13 Mar 1789)

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