This page is for the Wikijunior United States Charters of Freedom project.
When working on this project, remember that it's aimed at children. It's more important to be understood than to be precisely accurate on every detail. Use technical vocabulary when you need to, but don't use big words where simpler language would work.
- History of the Charters of Freedom
- National Archives and Records Administration
- Dunlap broadside
- Goddard broadside
- Syng inkstand
- Additional amendments to the United States Constitution
- Articles of Confederation
- Federalist Papers
- The 13 Colonies
- Freedom Train
- 100 Milestone Documents
- Conserving the Charters of Freedom