The Declaration of Independence.

By: Haley Dockins

The Declaration of Independence signed.

The Declaration of Independence was signed in the Second Continental Congress committee; it took place in the United States.


It took place in July 4,1776, and it was approved on July 4,1776

Writing of the Declaration of Independence.

The Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson. The purpose for writing the Declaration of Independence was so The Colonists would have free rights, life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness.

Important people who signed the Declaration of Independence.

3 unalienable rights and arguments with the king.

Unalienable rights and arguments with the king.

Three arguments the colonists had with the King were:

He wont let us pass laws for everyone's good, He won't new settlers come to America, and he wont let the settlers take over new land form the Native Americans.


The three unalienable rights were: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of happiness.

The Declaration of Independce

The Declaration of Independence was a big part of American history. If this wouldn't of happened we would still have a king or queen.