A Signer Writes a Letter in Verse
Keywords:American History, James McHenry, Charles Carroll
AbstractCoad brings to our attention two letters written in verse in the Rutgers Library by signers of the Declaration of Independence. There are a letter from James McHenry ( 1753–1816) to Charles Carroll (1737–1832) and Carroll's reply to McHenry. The Carroll letter is transcribed.
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