More videos are needed that are specifically related to John Hancock, but here is what I have found so far:
John Hancock was the first person to sign the Declaration of Independence he was also the second continental congress and the governor of the common wealth of massachusetts. Also the second video was somewhat helpful but would of been better if they just spoke about him instead.
John Hancock born January 23, 1737 and past October 8, 1793. Most Known for his giant signature on the Declaration of Independence John Hancock was also was a merchant, statesman, and prominent Patriot of the American Revolution.
These clips were very informative. It is always good to have a refresher on people who have positively impacted the country we live in. John Hancock is more than just a signature, his name for many represents independence.
John Hancock was mostly reknowned because of his fancy and yet overly sized signature on The Declaration of the United States of America, but it is unlikely for someone to know that this man was edjucated from what is now, and most certainly then, one of the best universites in the nation. Not to leave out what importance and gratitude that he must have felt when he became the first to sign this famous document as well as leave an imprint in history forever.
John Hancock attended Harvard and earned a bachelors degree. He was the president of the second continental congress. People mostly recognize him for being the first person to sign the Declaration Of Independence.
John Handcock was involved in multiple things here in the United States. Starting with being the president of the second continental congress and being elected as the governor of the common wealth of Massachusettes. But not only that, he was the very first signature of the Declaration of Idependence!!!! He has done this country a huge favor.
John Hancock was definitely a well educated man considered he earned his bachelors degree from Harvard. He held multiple important political positions including president of the Second Continental Congress as well as Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He is historically famous for his signature being the first one on the Decleration of Independence on July 4.
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