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John Dickinson November 8, [note 1] — February 14, , a Founding Father of the United States , was a solicitor and politician from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware known as the "Penman of the Revolution" for his twelve Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania , published individually in and As a member of the First Continental Congress , where he was a signee to the Continental Association , Dickinson drafted most of the Petition to the King , and then, as a member of the Second Continental Congress , wrote the Olive Branch Petition.

When Congress then decided to seek independence from Great Britain, Dickinson served on the committee that wrote the Model Treaty , and then wrote the first draft of the — Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union. Dickinson later served as President of the Annapolis Convention , which called for the Constitutional Convention of Dickinson attended the Convention as a delegate from Delaware.

He also wrote " The Liberty Song " in , was a militia officer during the American Revolution , President of Delaware, President of Pennsylvania, and was among the wealthiest men in the British American colonies.

Upon Dickinson's death, President Thomas Jefferson recognized him as being "Among the first of the advocates for the rights of his country when assailed by Great Britain whose "name will be consecrated in history as one of the great worthies of the revolution. Dickinson was born [2] at Croisadore , his family's tobacco plantation near the village of Trappe in Talbot County , Province of Maryland.

There, with acres 1. Jones Neck in what became Kent County, Delaware. Croisadore passed through Walter's son, William, to his grandson, Samuel, the father of John Dickinson. Jones River from Dover to the Delaware Bay. There he began another plantation and called it Poplar Hall. These plantations were large, profitable agricultural enterprises worked by slave labor , until when John Dickinson freed the enslaved of Poplar Hall. Samuel Dickinson first married Judith Troth — on April 11, The three eldest sons died of smallpox while in London seeking their education.

She was the daughter of Martha Jones granddaughter of Dr. Their sons, John, Thomas, and Philemon were born in the next few years. But in , John Dickinson's half-sister, Betsy, was married in an Anglican church to Charles Goldsborough in what was called a "disorderly marriage" by the Meeting.

The couple would be the grandparents of Maryland governor Charles Goldsborough. The move also placed Mary nearer her Philadelphia relations. Poplar Hall was situated on a now-straightened bend of the St. There was plenty of activity delivering the necessities, and shipping the agricultural products produced. Much of this product was wheat that along with other wheat from the region, was milled into a "superfine" flour.

Dickinson was educated at home, by his parents and by recent immigrants employed for that purpose. Dickinson was precocious and energetic, and in spite of his love of Poplar Hall and his family, was drawn to Philadelphia. At 18 he began studying the law under John Moland in Philadelphia. There he made friends with fellow students George Read and Samuel Wharton , among others.

By , John went to London for three years of study at the Middle Temple. He spent those years studying the works of Edward Coke and Francis Bacon at the Inns of Court , following in the footsteps of his lifelong friend, Pennsylvania Attorney General Benjamin Chew , [ citation needed ] and in was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar beginning his career as barrister and solicitor.

First published in the Pennsylvania Chronicle , Dickinson's letters were re-printed by numerous other newspapers and became one of the most influential American political documents prior to the American Revolution. Dickinson argued that Parliament had the right to regulate commerce, but lacked the right to levy duties for revenue. Dickinson further warned that if the colonies acquiesced to the Townshend Acts, Parliament would lay further taxes on the colonies in the future.

On July 19, , Dickinson married Mary Norris , known as Polly, a prominent and well educated thirty-year-old woman in Philadelphia with a substantial holding of real estate and personal property including a volume library, one of the largest in the colonies at the time who had been operating her family's estate, Fair Hill, for a number of years by herself or with her sister.

Dickinson and Norris had five children, but only two survived to adulthood: Dickinson never formally joined the Quaker Meeting, because, as he explained, he believed in the "lawfulness of defensive war". In Philadelphia, he lived at his wife's property, Fair Hill, near Germantown , which they modernized through their combined wealth.

Meanwhile, he built an elegant mansion on Chestnut Street but never lived there as it was confiscated and turned into a hospital during his —77 absence in Delaware. Fair Hill was burned by the British during the Battle of Germantown.

Dickinson lived at Poplar Hall, for extended periods only in —77 and — In August it was sacked by Loyalists and was badly burned in This home is now owned by the State of Delaware and is open to the public. Dickinson was one of Pennsylvania delegates to the First Continental Congress in and the Second Continental Congress in and In support of the cause, he continued to contribute declarations in the name of the Congress. But through it all, agreeing with New Castle County 's George Read and many others in Philadelphia and the Lower Counties , Dickinson's object was reconciliation, not independence and revolution.

He was a proud devotee of the British Constitution and felt the dispute was with Parliament only. When the Continental Congress began the debate on the Declaration of Independence on July 1, , Dickinson reiterated his opposition to declaring independence at that time. Dickinson believed that Congress should complete the Articles of Confederation and secure a foreign alliance before issuing a declaration.

Dickinson also objected to violence as a means for resolving the dispute. He abstained or absented himself from the votes on July 2 that declared independence and absented himself again from voting on the wording of the formal Declaration on July 4. Dickinson understood the implications of his refusal to vote stating, "My conduct this day, I expect will give the finishing blow to my once too great and, my integrity considered, now too diminished popularity.

Dickinson's alacrity and spirit certainly become his character and sets a fine example. Following the Declaration of Independence , Dickinson was given the rank of brigadier general in the Pennsylvania militia, known as the Associators. But because of his unpopular opinion on independence, two junior officers were promoted above him. While there he learned that his home on Chestnut Street in Philadelphia had been confiscated and converted into a hospital.

He stayed at Poplar Hall for more than two years. The Delaware General Assembly tried to appoint him as their delegate to the Continental Congress in , but he refused. Shortly afterwards he learned that the British had burned down his and his wife's Fairhill property during the Battle of Germantown. These years were not without accomplishment however. In , Dickinson, Delaware's wealthiest farmer and largest slaveholder, decided to free his slaves. While Kent County was not a large slave-holding area, like farther south in Virginia, and even though Dickinson had only 37 slaves, this was an action of some considerable courage.

Undoubtedly, the strongly abolitionist Quaker influences around them had their effect, and the action was all the easier because his farm had moved away from tobacco to the less labor-intensive crops like wheat and barley.

Furthermore, manumission was a multi-year process and many of the workers remained obligated to service for a considerable additional time.

Dickinson was the only founding father to free his slaves in the period between and Dickinson prepared the first draft of the Articles of Confederation in , after others had ratified the Declaration of Independence over his objection that it would lead to violence, and to follow through on his view that the colonies would need a governing document to survive war against them.

At the time he chaired the committee charged with drafting the Articles Dickinson was serving in the Continental Congress as a delegate from Pennsylvania. The Articles he drafted are based around a concept of "person", not "man" as was used in the Declaration of Independence, although they do refer to "men" in the context of armies.

On January 18, , Dickinson was appointed to be a delegate for Delaware to the Continental Congress. During this term he signed the Articles of Confederation, having in authored their first draft while serving in the Continental Congress as a delegate from Pennsylvania. In August , while still a delegate in Philadelphia he learned that Poplar Hall had been severely damaged by a Loyalist raid.

Dickinson returned to the property to investigate the damage and once again stayed for several months. While there, in October , Dickinson was elected to represent Kent County in the State Senate, and shortly afterwards the Delaware General Assembly elected him the president of Delaware.

The General Assembly's vote was nearly unanimous, the only dissenting vote having been cast by Dickinson himself. Beginning his term with a "Proclamation against Vice and Immorality," he sought ways to bring an end to the disorder of the days of the Revolution.

It was a popular position and enhanced his reputation both in Delaware and Pennsylvania. And recognizing the delicate negotiations then underway to end the American Revolution , Dickinson secured the Assembly's continued endorsement of the French alliance, with no agreement on a separate peace treaty with Great Britain.

He also introduced the first census. However, as before, the lure of Pennsylvania politics was too great. On November 7, a joint ballot by the Council and the Pennsylvania General Assembly elected him as president of the Council and thereby President of Pennsylvania.

But he did not actually resign as State President of Delaware. Even though Pennsylvania and Delaware had shared the same governor until very recently, attitudes had changed, and many in Delaware were upset at seemingly being cast aside so readily, particularly after the Philadelphia newspapers began criticizing the state for allowing the practice of multiple and non resident office holding. When the American Revolution began, Dickinson fairly represented the center of Pennsylvania politics.

The old Proprietary and Popular parties divided equally in thirds over the issue of independence, as Loyalists, Moderate Whigs who later became Federalists , and Radicals or Constitutionalists. The old Pennsylvania General Assembly was dominated by the Loyalists and Moderates and, like Dickinson, did little to support the burgeoning Revolution or independence, except protest.

The Radicals took matters into their own hands, using irregular means to write the Pennsylvania Constitution of , which by law excluded from the franchise anyone who would not swear loyalty to the document or the Christian Holy Trinity. In this way all Loyalists, Moderate Whigs, and Quakers were kept out of government. This peremptory action seemed appropriate to many during the crises of and , but less so in the later years of the Revolution, and the Moderate Whigs gradually became the majority.

Dickinson's election to the Supreme Executive Council was the beginning of a counterrevolution against the Constitutionalists. He was elected President of Pennsylvania on November 7, , garnering 41 votes to James Potter 's As president he presided over the intentionally weak executive authority of the state, and was its chief officer, but always required the agreement of a majority to act.

He was re-elected twice and served the constitutional maximum of three years; his election on November 6, was unanimous. On November 6, he defeated John Neville , who also lost the election for Vice-President the same day. Working with only the smallest of majorities in the General Assembly in his first two years and with the Constitutionalists in the majority in his last year, all issues were contentious.

At first he endured withering attacks from his opponents for his alleged failure to fully support the new government in large and small ways. He responded ably and survived the attacks.

He managed to settle quickly the old boundary dispute with Virginia in southwestern Pennsylvania, but was never able to satisfactorily disentangle disputed titles in the Wyoming Valley resulting from prior claims of Connecticut to those lands.

An exhausted Dickinson left office October 18, On that day a special election was held in which Benjamin Franklin was unanimously elected to serve the ten days left in Dickinson's term. Perhaps the most significant decision of his term was his patient, peaceful management of the Pennsylvania Mutiny of

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