A History of the United States Constitution


A History of the United States Constitution<

A History of the United States Constitution

The story of the United States Constitution begins with the Albany Plan of Union in 1754 and stretches into modern times with the Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments. A Short History of the United States Constitution relates its history as well as many of the documents leading up to it.

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Table of Contents

July 10, 1754, – Albany Plan of Union Adopted
October 07, 1765 – Stamp Act Congress
October 07, 1765 – John Dickenson Attends Stamp Act Congress
October 19, 1765 – Stamp Act Congress Adopts Declaration of Rights and Grievances
October 25, 1765 – Stamp Act Congress Adjourns
December 16, 1773 – Boston Tea Party
December 17, 1773 – Paul Revere Ride from Boston to New York – Tea Party News
Committees of Correspondence
May 17, 1774 – Rhode Island Calls for a Colonial Conference
May 20, 1774 – Massachusetts Government Act – Coercive Act
May 21, 1774 – Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence Issues Call for Colonial Conference
May 23, 1774 – New York Committee of Correspondence Issues Call for Colonial Conference
May 26, 1774 – Virginia Governor Dunmore Dissolves House of Burgesses
May 27, 1774 – Delegates of Dissolved House of Burgesses Form Association
June 17, 1774 – Massachusetts Assembly Chooses Delegates to Continental Congress
July 01, 1774 – Massachusetts Government Act Takes Effect
July 17, 1774 – George Mason, Patrick Henry and George Washington Write Fairfax Resolves
July 18, 1774 – Virginia Convention Passes Fairfax Resolves
September 05, 1774 – First Continental Congress assembles in Philadelphia
October 22, 1774 – John Galloway’s Plan for a North American Parliament Defeated
September 11, 1774 – Suffolk Resolves
September 11, 1774 – Paul Revere Ride from Boston to New York – Suffolk Resolves
September 17, 1774 – Suffolk Resolves Endorsed by the Continental Congress
September 21, 1774 – Patriot Leaders Meet – Urge Communities to Form “Minute Men” Companies
October 07, 1774 – Massachusetts Provincial Congress Forms
October 20, 1774 – Congress created the Continental Association
October 21, 1774 – First Continental Congress Invites Other British Colonies to Participate
October 26, 1774 – First Continental Congress Adjourns
December 12, 1774 – Paul Revere Ride from Boston to New York – Portsmouth
May 05, 1775 – Ben Franklin Arrives in Philadelphia
May 6, 1776 – Declaration of Independence – Fifth Virginia Convention Convenes
May 10, 1775 – Second Continental Congress Convenes
May 15, 1775 – Lyman Hall Admitted as Parish of St. John’s Delgate from Georgia
1775-07-21 – Benjamin Franklin Submits His Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union
May 15, 1776 – Declaration of Independence – Virginia Convention Passes Resolution
On June 7, 1776 Richard Henry Lee introduced the resolution that helped lead to the Declaration of Independence almost a month later.
June 11, 1776 – “Committee of Five” Appointed
June 12, 1776 – Articles of Confederation – Committee Appointed
June 28, 1776 – Committee Submits Draft
July 2, 1776 – Congress Adopts Resolution for Independence
July 04, 1776 – Continental Congress Approves Wording of the Declaration of Independence
November 15, 1777 – Continental Congress Adopts the Articles of Confederation
January 30, 1781 – Articles Of Confederation Ratified By 13Th State Maryland
May 25, 1787 – Constitutional Convention Meets – First Time
May 29, 1787 – Pickney Plan Presented
May 29, 1787 – Virginia Plan Presented
May 30, 1787 – Edmund Randolph Proposes Establishing a National Government
June 11, 1787 – Sherman Plan Proposed
June 15, 1787 – New Jersey Plan Presented
June 18, 1787 – Hamilton Plan Presented
June 20, 1787 – Oliver Ellsworth Proposed the Name United States
July 02, 1787 – Gerry Committee Appointed
July 05, 1787- Grand Committee Report
August 06, 1787 – Constitutional Convention Reconvenes
July 16, 1787 – Connecticut Compromise Approved by Committee
July 24, 1787 – Committee of Five Appointed to Write First Draft of Constitution
September 15, 1787 – Constitutional Convention Approves the United States Constitution
September 17, 1787 – Constitutional Convention Adjourns
Ratification Time Line
Public Debate – Anti-Federalist and Federalist Papers
The Constitution of the United States
A Short History of the United States Constitution
A Short History of the United States Congress
A Short History of U. S. House of Representatives
A Short History of the United States Senate
A Short History of the United States Electoral College
A Short History of the United States Supreme Court
United States Constitution Bill of Rights
A Short History of the Bill of Rights
A Short History of the Eleventh Amendment
Short History of the Twelfth Amendment
Short History of the Thirteenth Amendment
Short History of the Fourteenth Amendment
Short History of the Fifteenth Amendment
A Short History of the Sixteenth Amendment
A Short History of the Seventeenth Amendment
A Short History of the Eighteenth Amendment
A Short History of the Nineteenth Amendment
A Short History of the Twentieth Amendment
A Short History of the Twenty First Amendments
A Short History of the Twenty Second Amendment
A Short History of the Twenty-Third Amendment
A Short History of the Twenty Fourth Amendments
A Short History of the Twenty Fifth Amendments
A Short History of the Twenty Sixth Amendments
A Short History of the Twenty Seventh Amendments
Un-ratified Amendments
Acknowledgements
About the Author
Mossy Feet Books Catalogue
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1775
February 07, 1775 – Ben Franklin Delivers An Imaginary Speech

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