Sketchnoting the Founding Documents of the United States

Sketchnoting the Founding Documents of the United States

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The Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution of the United States are the founding documents of the United States. They detail where the USA as a people started, document America's journey as "The Great Experiment". 

@Publius_230 is focused on making these documents more approachable by sketchnoting parts of the documents themselves and specific decisions and actions that happened during the founding period in the United States of America.

Who is this Publius_230 person? We don't know. What we do know is that Publius is the penname Hamilton, Madison and John Jay used to write the Federalist Papers. We also know that thenumber 230 corresponds to the sequence of 230th anniversaries of ratifications by each state on the way to the 230th for the US Constitution (#230YearsAgo).

To see more of these interesting, engaging, and informative sketchnotes sketched on a Samsung GalaxyBook 12 using Sketchable, visit https://publius230.wordpress.com/ and follow @Publius_230 on Twitter. 

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