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Andrew Hamilton
Famous American Trials: John Peter Zenger (1735)
Philadelphia Reflections: Andrew Hamilton (1676-1741)


Benjamin Chew
About Us: Legends of the Bar
Benjamin Chew: Chief Justice of Pennsylvania
ExplorePAHistory
Penn Biographies: Benjamin Chew (1722-1810)
Wikipedia: Benjamin Chew


Benjamin Chew's Family
Calvert County Living: Maidstone
Chew Lineage and Branches
Genealogical Record: Samuel Chew
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Margaret Oswald Chew Howard
Painting of Mrs. Charles Carroll, Jr. (Harriet Chew)
Women of the Republican Court: Harriet Chew Carroll
Women of the Republican Court: Sophia Chew Phillips


Cliveden
Cliveden: An Historic Germantown Mansion Redefines its Mission
Cliveden of the National Trust
Cliveden of the National Trust PastPerfect Online Collection
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Processing the Chew Family Papers
Revolutionary Germantown: History of the Battle of Germantown
Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings: Chew House (Cliveden)


Government
American Society for Legal History
Exploring Constitutional Conflicts: Introduction to the Free Speech Clause
Exploring Constitutional Law
First Amendment Center


Influence
Penn Biographies: Francis Hopkinson (1737-1791)
Signers of the Declaration of Independence: Francis Hopkinson


Mason-Dixon Line
Christie's: MASON, Charles (1728-1786) and Jeremiah DIXON (d. 1777)
Virginia-Pennsylvania Boundary


Richard Allen
Allen Enslaved
Allen, Richard
Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church
Slavery in the North: Slavery in Pennsylvania


Other
Penn Biographies: Joseph Turner (1701-1783)
Penn Biographies: William Allen (1704-1780)

 




Meet Our Nation's First Peacekeeper

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Secretary of the Boundary Commission for the Mason Dixon Line

Secretary of PA Delegation to the Albany Conference to unite the Colonies

Reenactment of the Walking Purchase for the Easton Conference

Chief Justice of Pennsylvania

Visit Benjamin Chew's Gravesite
St. Peter's Church, Philadelphia, PA