BOSTON (AP) — Harvard College researchers say they’ve found a second parchment copy of the Declaration of Independence.
The Boston Globe reported Friday researchers Emily Sneff and Danielle Allen discovered the copy in a data workplace in southern England.
The one different parchment copy is maintained by the Nationwide Archives in Washington.
The 2 dated the doc to the 1780s. They are saying it was discovered within the archives in Chichester, and is believed to have initially belonged to a Duke of Richmond generally known as the “Radical Duke” for his help of People in the course of the Revolutionary Warfare.
The researchers stated the signers on the Sussex model aren’t damaged down by state, one thing that distinguishes it from the copy within the Nationwide Archives.
The parchment was doubtless made in New York or Philadelphia.
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