He was the only person to sign all four of America's founding documents: the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, Articles of Association and the U.S. Constitution. A shoe cobbler by trade, he was also a surveyor and merchant prior to his political career. As a congressman, he help write the First Amendment, and at age 70 was elected U.S. senator. Who was he? Roger Sherman, who died this day, July 23, 1793. Upon hearing the British had surrendered over 5,000 troops to the Americans at Saratoga, Roger Sherman exclaimed: "This is the Lord's doing and marvelous in our eyes!"