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William Williams

Williams, William (1731–1811), colonial politician from Connecticut, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He served as delegate to the Continental Congress (1776–78); the Congress of Confederation (1783–84), during which time the Articles of Confederation were developed; and the convention for the ratification of the Constitution (1788).

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