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  • 1. Thomas Paine By: Andria, Estierra, John &Josh
  • 2. Thomas Paine
  • 3. Thomas Paine
  • 4. Who is Paine?
    • Born: Jan.29,1737 in Thetford, England
    • Died: June 8,1809 in New York City, USA
    • Paine’s father: Joseph Paine, who was a Quaker
    • Paine’s mother: Frances Cocke, who was an Anglican
  • 5. Paine’s early life
    • Born and grew up around uneducated people
    • Left school at the age 12
    • A corset maker at 13
    • At 19, Paine became a merchant seaman
  • 6. Paine’s timeline
    • On the 21 st of January 1777, Paine was appointed secretary to a commission
    • on 17 th of April he was made secretary to the committee of foreign affairs
    • In January 1779, Paine got into trouble
    • March 1787 he wrote to Franklin
    • father died in 1786
    • Mother died in May 1790
  • 7. Paine’s early life CON…
    • Former Englishman
    • Supported independence
    • On September 27,1759, Paine married Mary Lambert
    • On June 4, he signed a separation agreement with his wife and moved to London where a friend introduced him to Benjamin Franklin in September
  • 8. About Paine
    • Paine was a pamphleteer , revolutionary , radical , liberal and intellectual
    • Paine was arrested in Paris and imprisoned in December 1793; he was released in 1794.
  • 9. What Paine did?
    • January 9, 1776 Thomas Paine published the pamphlet “ Common Sense.”
  • 10. Paine’s main interests
    • Ethics
    • Is the study of values and customs of a person or group.
    • Politics
    • Is the process by which groups of people make decisions within civil governments
  • 11. Influences & Influenced
    • Influences (who influenced him) Voltaire , Rousseau , Locke , Religious , Society of Friends , & Montesquieu
    • Influenced (who he influenced) Thomas Jefferson , Vergniaund , Lincoln , Edison , M.D. Conway
  • 12. Thomas Paine's monument is on North Avenue in New York
  • 13. Sources
    • INTERNET
    • NOTES
  • 14. THE END!