PAW PRINTS is a collection of interesting and humorous trivia about people, animals, places and more. Each month we feature an anecdote about a famous person and below the fold you'll find trivia related to the anecdote.
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As president of the Continental Congress, Hancock was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence.
Having written his name in a fine, bold hand—the model for signatures from then on—he commented, "There, I guess King George will be able to read that."
US statesman, first governor of Massachusetts
A "good" anecdote is often a mini-drama that helps us to reflect on our own lives as we peek into the lives of those more famous. Prepare to be amused and enlightened.
Thousands of pithy sayings that help you reflect on art, happiness, relationships, nature, history, and more.
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ur founding fathers had a vision that led them to fight for freedom from tyranny. Some, like Nathan Hale, gave their lives for the cause. Others provided strength and resolve that carried many through dark times. The more I learn about these courageous men and women, the more I treasure the gift they gave to me...the gift of freedom.
The following slideshow highlights just a few of these brave American patriots.
"If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace."
How many American casualties were suffered in the American Revolution?
How much was Benedict Arnold paid to be a traitor?