“Join, or Die,” by Benjamin Franklin, Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia, PA), May 9, 1754. Courtesy, Library of Congress This famous “Join or Die” snake, believed to have been created by Benjamin Franklin, has long enjoyed the distinction of being the first political cartoon published in an American newspaper.
Kids in school in 1910. Note Benjamin Franklin's "Join, or Die" on the blackboard behind the children. The private college prep "Potomac School" in Washington D.C. prior to their 1951 move just across the border to McLean, Virginia.
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Margaret Hitrovo,or 'Ritka' as GD Olga called her. She was a lady-in-waiting from a noble family, she was in service to the Royal Family.. In 1917, at the age of 23 Margaret passed her archive to a French officer to save papers from the Bolsheviks, and left to Siberia to find Nikolay II's family and either join or save them (there is a version Margaret and Vyrubova were preparing the escape for Tzar's family).Later Margaret left for the USA where she died in 1952
Ben Franklins Join or Die Political Cartoon Lesson is quick primary source document analysis about the well-known political cartoon, created by Benjamin Franklin. Join, or Die" was first published in his Pennsylvania Gazette on May 9, 1754, over 20 years before the American Revolution.
it's like in those final few seconds, when he knew he was going under and might never open his eyes again, never see the world again, never see her again, he took those last few seconds of consciousness to study her face, memorize everything he could.. #BELLARKE #The100 Join or die 3x14