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FC: Memiors of the Life of Patrick Henry | By Jay Beltz
1: Here is a photo of the farm land that I lived on for a portion of my life. | Early Life
2: Here is the first trial I worked on: the Parson's Cause. | My Part in Government
3: Here I received my seat in the House of Burgesses.
4: Here are some of my companions during my life. Most notably is Samuel Adams who shared similar feelings towards British rule with me. | The Rebellion | Soon after I joined the House of Burgesses, I presented the Virgina Stamp Act Resolutions. | Here is the first resolve of the Virgina Stamp Act Resolutions.
5: Resolved, that by two royal charters, granted by King James I, the colonists aforesaid are declared entitled to all liberties, privileges, and immunities of denizens and natural subjects to all intents and purposes as if they had been abiding and born within the Realm of England.(Patrick Henry 1)
6: "Give Me Liberty" speech March 23 1775
7: Here are some of my companions during my life. Most notably is Samuel Adams who shared similar feelings towards British rule with me. | "...Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death"(Patrick Henry 2). | This speech helped boost the idea that there would be conflict before we would watch our prosperity leave us.
8: Here are a few of my fellow rebels. My good friend Samuel Adams is pictured here. He really helped get the revolution going with the Boston Tea Party, which helped start the revolution.
9: he | The Conflict | Our revolution for liberty began in the spring of 1775.
10: I lead as the colnel of the first Virginia Regiment in the revolution. Here is our flag.
11: Resolution | Authoritative action was finally taken and a Treaty was signed between the new United States and Britain. | I remained in politics for some time but eventually settled down in my home in Red Hill.