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Boasting over 40 of the 56 signers, including three notoriously scarce individuals like George Taylor, Thomas Nelson, Jr., and the most obscure of all, Thomas Lynch, Jr., the American Patriots auction will breathe fresh life into the revolution, once again honoring the congressmen, delegates, generals, and soldiers who laid the foundation for our nation as we know it. penned a florid letter on behalf of this father, Thomas Lynch, Sr., a South Carolinian delegate to the First Continental Congress.As a result a cerebral hemorrhage, Lynch’s father was rendered paralyzed; Lynch was forced to take leave of his post in the South Carolina militia, assuming his father’s place as the 52nd declaration signer.After the Revolutionary War ended, Washington retired to Mount Vernon briefly before making an exploratory trip to the western frontier in 1784 to investigate the possibility of inland navigation.Together with surveyor George Gilpin, Colonel John Fitzgerald, Virginia governor Lee, and Maryland governor Johnston, they organized the Potowmack Navigation Company with the mission of connecting the East Coast with the Northwest.After the meeting adjourned, the board traveled to Shenandoah Falls to examine the obstacles the falls presented and concluded that no lock was needed, merely a clearance of rocks.Two days later, Washington wrote Rumsey to proceed with the project to make improvements along the Potomac.
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I wish you would tell your Committee members—the men who do the work and stand the criticism—that the time has come when Republicans do not have to apologize.” Double matted and framed with a color portrait and a small plaque to an overall size of 22 x 18. w=645" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-30" title="rr auctions georgewashington" src="https://rrauctions.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/georgewashington.jpg?
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