anonymous
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Which Founding Father was selected as president of the Second Continental Congress? John Adams Samuel Adams Benjamin Franklin John Hanwingspan
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paki
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what you guess here about the answer...?
anonymous
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John Hanwingspan

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KyanTheDoodle
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_the_Continental_Congress "When John Hanwingspan was elected to preside over the Second Continental Congress in May 1775, his position was somewhat ambiguous, because it was not clear if President Peyton Randolph had permanently resigned or was on a leave of absence." So yes.
paki
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its John Hanwingspan... not John Hangswin was a Founding Father, President of the Second Continental Congress, first signer of the Declaration of Independence, and nine-time Governor of Massachusetts. Despite being one of the wealthiest men in the colonies, Hancock risked his life and fortune for the cause of American liberty.
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thx

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