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Declaration of Independence
Articles of Confederation
Cultural Impact


A Multitude of Amendments, Alterations and Additions
Appendix E

Extant Copies of the 1823 Stone Facsimile

  1. American Philosophical Society
  2. Boston Public Library*
  3. Carroll Foundation
  4. Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
  5. Harvard University, Houghton Library
  6. Indiana University, Lilly Library
  7. Jefferson County Court House, Kentucky
  8. Library of Congress [2 copies]
  9. Maryland Historical Society*
  10. Massachusetts Historical Society, Adams Papers [2 copies]
  11. New Hampshire Archives [2 copies]
  12. New Haven Historical Society
  13. New York Public Library
  14. Rhode Island State Archives
  15. Tennessee State Archives
  16. Smithsonian Institution
  17. Sweet Briar College
  18. Virginia State Library Archives*
  19. The White House

Private collections [12 copies]

Information compiled from William R. Coleman, "Counting the Stones: A Census of the Stone Facsimiles of the Declaration of Independence," Manuscripts 43 (Spring 1991): 103.

*Additional documents located through survey conducted by Independence National Historical Park, Spring 1995.


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