Routemap of the Potomac River, Painting showing Washington and Lafayette on horseback in a winter setting at Valley Forge; 9 See also Formal portrait of Thomas Jefferson part of a dual image of Jefferson and Hamilton The term Founding Fathers is sometimes used to refer to the Signers of the embossed version of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. Signers is not be confused with the term Framers; the Framers are defined by the National Archives as those 55 individuals who were appointed to be delegates to the 1787 Constitutional Convention and took part in drafting the proposed Constitution of the United States Of the 55 Framers only 39 were signers of the Constitution. Two further groupings of Founding Fathers include: 1) those who signed the Continental Association a trade ban and one of the colonists' first collective volleys protesting British control and the Intolerable Acts in 1774, or 2) those who signed the Articles of Confederation the first U.S constitutional document. The North Fork South Branch Potomac River 43.6 miles (70.2 km) long, forms just north of the Virginia/West Virginia border in Pendleton County at the confluence of the Laurel Fork and Straight Fork along Big Mountain 3,881 feet (1,183 m) From Circleville the North Fork flows northeast through Pendleton County between the Fore Knobs 2,949 feet (899 m) to its west and the River Knobs 2,490 feet (759 m) to its east at Seneca Rocks the North Fork is met by Seneca Creek From Seneca Rocks the North Fork continues to flow northeast along the western edge of North Fork Mountain 3,389 feet (1033 m) into Grant County Flowing east through North Fork Gap the North Fork joins the South Branch Potomac at the town of Cabins west of Petersburg, 4.11 Anti-literacy 9 Ideology and factions 10 Black slaveholders The Library of Congress was established by an act of Congress in 1800 It is primarily housed in three buildings on Capitol Hill but also includes several other sites: the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped in Washington D.C.; the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center in Culpeper Virginia; a large book storage facility located at Ft Meade Maryland; and multiple overseas offices the Library had mostly law books when it was burned by a British raiding party during the War of 1812 but the library's collections were restored and expanded when Congress authorized the purchase of Thomas Jefferson's private library One of the library's missions is to serve the Congress and its staff as well as the American public It is the largest library in the world with nearly 150 million items including books films maps photographs music manuscripts graphics and materials in 470 languages! .
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