Benjamin Franklin’s Writings and Documents

 

Benjamin Franklin’s Writings and Documents

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Letters and Documents written by Benjamin Franklin on this site:

Franklin’s Address to the Public Promoting the Abolition of Slavery

Benjamin Franklin’s Address to the Public Promoting the Abolition of Slavery on Bingo

Apology for Printers

Pennsylvania Gazette (May 9, 1754), Apology for Printers

The Declaration of Independence with Franklin’s changes in his handwriting

Declaration of Independence draft (detail with changes by Franklin).jpg

Dialog Between Franklin and the Gout

Disapproving and accepting the Constitution

Franklin’s Letter to Benjamin Webb

Letter from Benjamin Franklin to Mons. Delibard Regarding Electricity

Letter from Franklin to an Engraver in Paris

Letter on a Manuscript against the Doctrine of a Particular Providence

Letter from Franklin to Franklin to Abbé Geologist Jean-Louis Giraud Soulavie

Modest Enquiry into the Nature and Necessity of Paper Currency

On State Representation

 Benjamin Franklin's Plan for Improving the Condition of the Free Blacks

Franklin’s Plan for Improving the Condition of the Free Blacks

Plan or Frame of Government for the Commonwealth or State of Pennsylvania (Franklin chaired the convention which passed this_

Franklin’s Plan for Improving the Condition of the Free Blacks

Petition to the Congress Petition from the Pennsylvania Society for the Abolition of Slavery

Rules By Which A Great Empire May Be Reduced To A Small One

The Ephemera: An Emblem of Human Life

The Whistle

Benjamin Franklin’s Last Will and Testament

Letters and Documents elsewhere online:

Read the Private Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin as provided by his grandson William Temple Franklin in 1817

Read: Poor Richard’s Almanack 1739

Poor Richard Almanack 1739 by Benjamin Franklin

Read: Plain truth (1747)

Benjamin Franklin's Plain Truth

Read the Silence Dogood essays

New England Courant - Benjamin Franklin''s third Silence Dogood essay

Read the Silence Dogood essays

 

Experiments and Observations on Electricity  – 1751 – In The Warnock Library, London

Franklin's Experiments and Observations on Electricity

Read Benjamin Franklin’s Autobiography

File:Franklin - Autobiography