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  1. Patrick Henry (Condado de Hanover; 29 de mayo de 1736 – Brookneal; 6 de junio de 1799) fue una figura prominente en la Revolución estadounidense, conocido y recordado principalmente por su discurso "Give me liberty or give me death" ("dadme la libertad o dadme la muerte").

  2. 09/11/2009 · Patrick Henry, a Founding Father and a leader of the American Revolution, is famous for a 1775 speech in which he declared, “Give me liberty or give me death.”

  3. Patrick Henry School of Science and Arts (PHSSA), Virginia’s first charter elementary school, is beginning its eleventh year of operation. PHSSA is a Richmond Public School serving approximately 350 Richmond students. Our mission is to cultivate students’ maximum growth and develop stewardship through a premier environmental and arts education.

  4. Glorifying God by challenging the status quo in higher education; holding high both faith and reason. Explore what makes Patrick Henry College stand apart.

  5. Patrick Henry, (born May 29 [May 18, Old Style], 1736, Studley [Virginia]—died June 6, 1799, Red Hill, near Brookneal, Virginia, U.S.), brilliant orator and a major figure of the American Revolution, perhaps best known for his words “Give me liberty or give me death!” which he delivered in 1775.

  6. Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay, Samuel Bryan, Patrick Henry (2017). “Federalist vs. Anti-Federalist: The Great Debate (Complete Articles & Essays in One Volume): Words that Traced the Path of the Nation - Founding Fathers’ Political and Philosophical Debate, Their Opinions and Arguments about the Constitution”, p.83, Madison & Adams Press

  7. Patrick Henry College (PHC) is a private liberal arts non-denominational conservative Christian college located in Purcellville, Virginia. [2] [3] [4] Its departments teach classical liberal arts , government, strategic intelligence in national security, economics and business analytics, history, journalism, environmental science and stewardship, and literature.