Here you can find biography pages of each signer of the Declaration, including the man behind one of the most famous signatures, John Hancock.
Primary Documents of the Declaration of Independence
This is George Washington's own copy of the Declaration. According to this website, this is a scanned copy of the Declaration that Gen. Washington read to his troops during the American Revolution.
The top document is the original, handwritten Declaration of Independence. You can download a high resolution version of the document on this website as well.
This is a great site to go for paintings and other visuals of all the important people and events of the American Revolution. This includes one of the most famous paintings below of all the key players in the creation of the Declaration of Indepence.
This is the official website for the PBS documentary on the Revolution and it is packed full of educational resources.
The website has a game called, “The Road to Revolution,” which will help you test your American Revolution knowledge.
The website has many interactive, educational features, such as this one below that explains all the differences between an American and British soldier.
This is one of the original obituary's for the death of George Washington.
American History Twitter Feeds
@POTUSWashington Follow America's first president.
@Thos_Jefferson A Thomas Jefferson personator out of Philadelphia, Pa.
@RevWar Facts about the American Revolution
@amhistorymuseum The American History Museum
@AHAHistorians American Historical Association