What was the significance of John Trumbull, Sr. to the Founding Fathers?
He helped to create the Connecticut Compromise at the Constitutional Convention.
He was the only person to sign the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the Constitution.
He was the only colonial governor who supported revolution at the beginning of the American Revolution.
He served as the military leader of Connecticut’s troops in the American Revolution.
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