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Letters to and from Caesar Rodney : 1756-1784

edited by George Herbert Ryden
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
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Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2010

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Digital images of original published: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c1933. 482 p. : ports

A marble statue of Caesar Rodney stands in the Statuary Hall in Washington D. C. He was a member of the Stamp Act Congress and the First and Second Contintental Congresses; Speaker of the Delaware Colonial Assembly; President of the Delaware State. Major General of the Delaware Militia; & Signer of the Declaration of Independence. Caesar was born Oct. 7, 1728 in Kent Co., near the Delaware River to Caesar Rodney & Elizabeth Crawford Rodney. He was educated by itinerant teachers & his parents. This collection of the letters of Caesar Rodney comprises all extant letters to or from him which are of genuine historical interest.

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