Celebrating The Declaration of Independence on July 4th

  • English political philosopher John Locke (1632–1704) final
    English political philosopher John Locke (1632-1704), the most influential source for Declaration of Independence (presented at WindermereSun.com)
  • This idealized depiction was widely reprinted, left to right, Franklin, Adams, and Jefferson working on the Declaration (Jean Leon Gerome Ferris, 1900 final
    Idealized depiction of L to R (Franklin, Adams, and Jefferson) working on the Declaration (by Jean Leon Gerome Ferris, 1900, presented at WindermereSun.com)
  • Thomas_Jefferson_rev final
    Thomas Jefferson, the principal author of Declaration of Independence (from public education institution website, presented at WindermereSun.com)
  • United_States_Declaration_of_Independence, a high-resolution image of the United States Declaration of Independence. This image is a version of the 1823 William Stone facsimile final
    a high resolution image of the United States Declaration of Independence (version of 1823 William Stone facsimile, presented at WindermereSun.com)
  • US-original-Declaration-1776,The opening of the original printing of the Declaration, printed on July 4, 1776 under Jefferson's supervision final
    The opening of the original printing of the Declaration, printed on July 4, 1776 under Jefferson's supervision. The engrossed copy was made later (shown at the top of this article). Note that the opening lines differ between the two versions. (author: Continental Congress, presented at: WindermereSun.com)
  • John Trumbull's depiction of the signing of the Declaration final
    John Trumbull's famous painting is often identified as a depiction of the signing of the Declaration, but it actually shows the drafting committee presenting its work to the Congress. (author: John Trumbull, presented at WindermereSun.com)
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    signature of John Hancock (author: John Hancock, presented at WindermereSun.com)

Susan Sun Nunamaker

I am a mother and a wife, math professor, solar advocate, world traveler, yogi, artist, photographer, sharer of knowledge/information, and resident of Central Florida. I've worked professionally in applied math, engineering, medical research, and as a university math professor in IL and FL for over 25 years. My husband and I loved Disney and moved down to Central Florida initially as snowbirds. But we've come to love the warmth and friendly people offered by this community and decided to move down to Central Florida full time in 2006. I am now spending time sharing information/ knowledge online and developing Windermere Sun (http://www.WindermereSun.com) as an online publication, sharing and promoting Community ABC's (Activities-Businesses-Collaborations) for healthier/happier/more sustainable living. ~Let's help one another~ Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker Founder/Owner/Editor/Producer of Windermere Sun email: info.WindermereSun@gmail.com X (aka:Twitter): @WindermereSun

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