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“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.

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Details about JOIN OR DIE SNAKE REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1776 GADSEN FLAG US HISTORY CANVAS PRINT NEW

Join Or Die Snake Revolutionary War 1776 Gadsen Flag Us History Canvas Print New #Realism

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A Little History of Cartooning

by Betty Thomason Owens Cartoons have been around for centuries. Even the cave dwellers drew cartoons on the walls of their caves. Were they: 1. Documenting history? 2. Lampooning local government?...

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Join, or Die wood sign, wood flag, Benjamin franklin, Snake Flag, Join or Die sign, Handmade, Join or Die, Don't tread on me, American Flag by JWCraftsmanStore on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/453783016/join-or-die-wood-sign-wood-flag-benjamin

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I want to know why there are American flags. I mean, it's made by the Japanese and set in Germany.

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BRITISH BRITISH BRITISH BRITISH- *swings in on a rope wearing an American flag helmet, waving two smaller flags. a large us flag is in the back**anthem plays* AMERICAAAAA

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I will be doing this. I actually started this at a cast party last night because I knew I was with fellow theatre nerds. Everyone joined in and Zane started waving a blanket as if it was a flag. Best day ever.

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