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The Silence Dogood Letters were found by John Adams Gates in an antique desk and donated by Patrick Henry Gates to the Franklin Institute. They were letters written by Benjamin Franklin to his brother's paper, posing as a middle-aged widow. They were the clue which sent Benjamin Franklin Gates and his friends to the Liberty Bell at Independence Hall.

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