John Dickinson - Penman of the Revolution

1732–1808

Part 1 of 'Penman of the Revolution' by WHYY News, which discusses the life of Founding Father John Dickinson.

John Dickinson was a Founding Father, known as the “Penman of the Revolution” for his Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania. Although he refused to sign the Declaration of Independence, he did sign the United States Constitution.