Sign the Declaration of independance and the Bill of Rights (see your name next to our founder fathers on the real ones in Washington DC
Would you sign the Declaration of Independance and the Constitution with our Founding Fathers ? Well here is your chance to do so and get a photo copy
Declaration of Independence
Join the Signers of America's Founding Documents
In 1776, the Declaration of Independence declared that American colonists were breaking free from British rule.
In 1787, the Constitution established the United States government.
On July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence. The document was engrossed on parchment and, one by one, 56representatives from all 13 colonies signed it.
The Constitutional Convention assembled in Philadelphia in 1787 to revise America's first
constitution, the Articles of Confederation - but they decided to draft an entirely new frame of
government. On September 17, 1787, thirty-eight delegates signed the new United States
Now is your chance to sign these same documents remembering you are a traitor against the King, wanted, and executed for your beliefs and for your signature.
National Archives has setup a way to be a part of and getting a copy of your signature on these precisious documents that have founded our great Nation..
If you had been a member of the Second Continental Congress in 1776, you were a rebel and considered a traitor by the King. You knew that a reward had been posted for the capture of certain prominent rebel leaders and the largest British armada ever assembled was just outside New York harbor. Affixing your name to the document meant that you pledged your life, your fortune, and your sacred honor to the cause of freedom. CLICK to Pledge your life for our country (names are not tracked