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This historical compilation is about the thirteen most influential figures that had the most impact on the founding of the United States of America. I will concede the point and say these were not the only ones that had a part in the march toward independence and eventually recognition from Great Britain, that “WE THE PEOPLE” was something more than just a rebellious act a This historical compilation is about the thirteen most influential figures that had the most impact on the founding of the United States of America. I will concede the point and say these were not the only ones that had a part in the march toward independence and eventually recognition from Great Britain, that “WE THE PEOPLE” was something more than just a rebellious act against a Mother Country. You will also also find that one of these thirteen individuals is not considered a founding father by most historians, but has been given credit for being a very important part, as General Washington’s confidant and friend. When studying Lafayette, in my humble estimation, he was as much of a founding father to our Country as all who hold that esteem honor. This book gives their lives account of their efforts on our Nation and also an insight on how the Country was driven to Revolution.


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This historical compilation is about the thirteen most influential figures that had the most impact on the founding of the United States of America. I will concede the point and say these were not the only ones that had a part in the march toward independence and eventually recognition from Great Britain, that “WE THE PEOPLE” was something more than just a rebellious act a This historical compilation is about the thirteen most influential figures that had the most impact on the founding of the United States of America. I will concede the point and say these were not the only ones that had a part in the march toward independence and eventually recognition from Great Britain, that “WE THE PEOPLE” was something more than just a rebellious act against a Mother Country. You will also also find that one of these thirteen individuals is not considered a founding father by most historians, but has been given credit for being a very important part, as General Washington’s confidant and friend. When studying Lafayette, in my humble estimation, he was as much of a founding father to our Country as all who hold that esteem honor. This book gives their lives account of their efforts on our Nation and also an insight on how the Country was driven to Revolution.

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