These presentations have been made at our Marietta 9-12 meetings or at outside locations. They are available to read, print and listen to.
Who Were These Men?
On July 4, 1776 in Philadelphia there were 56 men who signed the Declaration. This famous document was written in the form of a letter of grievance to King George III of England. The signers intent in making this Declaration was to assert their natural rights under God.
Signers of the Declaration – a talk by Kevin Ritter
In all, 55 delegates attended the Constitutional Convention sessions, but only 39 actually signed the Constitution. The delegates ranged in age from Jonathan Dayton, aged 26, to Benjamin Franklin, aged 81, who was so infirm that he had to be carried to sessions in a sedan chair.
Constitutional Convention – a talk by Kevin Ritter.
TEA Party Talks
Adam Ross-TEA-Party 2009, a talk to the Athens, Ohio, group.