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Delegate to the Constitutional Convention (Pennsylvania)

Biographical Data
Religious Views
References, Links, & Further Reading

Education: College of Philadelphia (University of Pennsylvania)

Occupation: merchant

Political Affiliation: Democratic-Republican

Religious Affiliation: Quaker, Lutheran

Summary of Religious Views:

Mifflin was a Quaker until he was appointed an officer in the Continental Army during the War of Independence, at which time he was expelled from that faith.

Views on Religion & Politics:


References, Links, & Further Reading: Books, Articles, Links


Kenneth R. Rossman, Thomas Mifflin and the Politics of the American Revolution, Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1952


Charles W. Heathcote, "General Thomas Mifflin-Colleague of Washington and Pennsylvania Leader," Picket Post, 62, November 1958, pp. 7-12
William Rawle, "Sketch of the Life of Thomas Mifflin," Pennsylvania Historical Society Memoirs, 2, 1830, pp. 105-26
Kenneth R. Rossman, "Thomas Mifflin: Revolutionary Patriot," Pennsylvania History, 15, January 1948, pp. 9-23


MIFFLIN, Thomas, 1744-1800 (Biographical Directory of the US Congress)
Thomas Mifflin (National Archives -- The Founding Fathers)
Thomas Mifflin (Soldier-Statesmen of the Constitution -- Center of Military History, United States Army)
Major General Thomas Mifflin 1st Quartermaster General (Quartermaster Museum)
Thomas Mifflin (Colonial Hall)

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