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The little-known story of the only woman who "signed" the Declaration of Independence

The signers of the Declaration of Independence knew the risk they were taking by adding their names to the document -- considered treason against British rule. Yet one name may not be as well-known as the others, that of printer Mary Katherine Goddard. Dana Jacobson looks into Goddard's life and the little-known role she played in preserving the birth of the United States.
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