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  1. 1776 - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre 1776 Categorías Categoría principal Nacimientos • Fallecimientos • Por país 1776 ( MDCCLXXVI) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en lunes en el calendario gregoriano . 4 de julio: Declaración de la Independencia de los Estados Unidos Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Ciencia y tecnología 3 Música 4 Nacimientos

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    1776 ( MDCCLXXVI) was a leap year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar, the 1776th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 776th year of the 2nd millennium, the 76th year of the 18th century, and the 7th year of the 1770s decade.

  3. › wiki › 1776_(film)1776 (film) - Wikipedia

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    1776 Theatrical release poster Directed byPeter H. Hunt Written byPeter Stone Produced byJack L. Warner StarringWilliam Daniels Howard Da Silva Ken Howard Donald Madden John Cullum CinematographyHarry Stradling, Jr. Edited byFlorence Williamson William H. Ziegler Music bySherman Edwards Ray Heindorf Distributed byColumbia Pictures Release date Nove...

    While General George Washington is conducting the war against the British Empire on the battlefield, the Continental Congress in Philadelphia piddles away its time over trivial matters and continually refuses to begin debating the question of American independence. The leader of the independence faction is the abrasive John Adams of Massachusetts, ...

    An asterisk indicates an actor or actress who was also in the original Broadway cast. William Daniels as John Adams (MA)* David Ford as John Hancock (MA)* Ken Howard as Thomas Jefferson (VA)* Ron Holgate as Richard Henry Lee (VA)* Howard Da Silva as Benjamin Franklin (PA)* Donald Madden as John Dickinson Emory Bass as James Wilson (PA)* John Cullum...

    An original motion picture soundtrack album was released in 1972 by Columbia Records on vinyl LP records. It contains all the musical numbers, with the exception of "Cool, Cool Considerate Men" and "Compliments". The soundtrack also contains the edited versions of some of the musical numbers that were presented in full on the laserdisc and DVD rele...

    Jack L. Warner bought the film rights to the musical for $1.25 million. Many members of the original Broadway cast, including William Daniels, Ken Howard, John Cullum, and Howard Da Silva, reprised their roles for the film. Ralston Hill, Ron Holgate, David Ford, Charles Rule and others repeated their roles from the Broadway production, marking thei...

    According to The Columbia Companion to American History on Film, historical "naccuracies pervade 1776, though few are very troubling." Because Congress was held in secrecy and there are no contemporary records on the debate over the Declaration of Independence, the authors of the play created the narrative based on later accounts and educated guess...

  4. 1776 From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Events July 4 – the United States of America say that they are no longer part of England (the Declaration of Independence) July 12 – Captain James Cook starts his third, and final, voyage to the Pacific Ocean

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    1. January 10 – Thomas Paine publishes Common Sense. 2. January 20 – American Revolution: South Carolina Loyalistsled by Robert Cunningham sign a petition from prison agreeing to all demands for peace by the newly formed state government of South Carolina. 3. January 24 3.1. American Revolution: Henry Knox arrives at Cambridge, Massachusetts, with the artillery that he has transported from Fort Ticonderoga. 3.2. American Revolution: The Continental Congress writes the third and final letter t...


    1. February 27 – American Revolution: Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge: North Carolina Loyalists charge across Moore's Creek bridge near Wilmingtonto attack what they mistakenly believe to be a small force of rebels. Several loyalist leaders are killed in the ensuing battle. The patriot victory virtually ends all British authority in the town.


    1. March 2–3 – American Revolution: Battle of the Rice Boats: Following the British seizure of rice from merchant ships on the Savannah River, militia from Georgia and South Carolina attack the British squadron on the river using fire ships. 2. March 3–4 – Raid of Nassau. 3. March 4 – American Revolution: The Americans capture "Dorchester Heights" dominating the port of Boston, Massachusetts. 4. March 17 – American Revolution: Threatened by Patriot cannons on Dorchester Heights, the British e...


    1. January 1 – James M. Broom, politician (died 1850) 2. January 2 – Jeremiah Chaplin, Reformed Baptist theologian (died 1841) 3. January 16 – Matthew Brown, college president (died 1853) 4. January 21 – Elisha Haley, politician (died 1860) 5. January 24 – Peter A. Jay, politician (died 1843) 6. February 26 – Innis Green, congressman for Pennsylvania (died 1839) 7. March 1 7.1. John Collins, manufacturer and politician (died 1822) 7.2. Elias Moore, American-born politician (died 1847 in Canad...


    1. July 1 – Samuel Thatcher, politician (died 1872) 2. July 4 – Ethan Allen Brown, politician (died 1852) 3. July 5 3.1. Daniel Dobbins, captain in the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service (died 1856) 3.2. Bernard Smith, politician (died 1835) 4. July 10 – Samuel Powell, politician (died 1841) 5. July 29 – James McSherry, politician (died 1849) 6. August 13 – Abraham Shepherd, politician (died 1847) 7. August 21 – Joseph Healy, politician (died 1861) 8. August 26 – Henry A. Livingston, politician (die...

    March 26 – Samuel Ward, politician (born 1725)
    March 30 – Jonathan Belcher, lawyer, chief justice, and lieutenant governor of Nova Scotia (born 1710)
    June 28 – Thomas Hickey, sergeant in the Commander-in-Chief's Guard, tried and executed for mutiny and sedition (birth unknown)
    August 1 – Francis Salvador, patriot (born 1747)
    Media related to 1776 in the United Statesat Wikimedia Commons
    "1776". Timeline. Digital Public Library of America. Archived from the originalon June 6, 2014.
  5. la declaración de independencia de los estados unidos de américa b (cuyo título oficial es the unanimous declaration of the thirteen united states of america) a es un documento redactado por el segundo congreso continental —en la cámara estatal de pensilvania (ahora salón de la independencia) en filadelfia el 4 de julio de 1776— que proclamó …