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The Alabama Society is making this video available as part of the Sons of the American Revolution Educational Outreach Program. Please feel free to use this video for Chapter programs or share it with educators who can use it as a classroom program.
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This presentation was made by Compatriot Bill Stone at the University of the Cumberlands Steele Reese Educational Program 2014. Bill was assisted by Compatriots Rick Wells, Bob Anderson, and Mac Clark. On the stage is the original signature page of the Articles of Association of 1774.
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