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The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution, Volume XIV: Commentaries on the Constitution, Public and Private: Volume 2, 8 November to 17 December 1787 ePub download

by John P. Kaminski,Gaspare J. Saladino,Richard Leffler

  • Author: John P. Kaminski,Gaspare J. Saladino,Richard Leffler
  • ISBN: 0870202189
  • ISBN13: 978-0870202186
  • ePub: 1627 kb | FB2: 1860 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Wisconsin Historical Society Press; 1 edition (January 3, 2001)
  • Pages: 592
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution, Volume XIV: Commentaries on the Constitution, Public and Private: Volume 2, 8 November to 17 December 1787 ePub download

Volume XXII is the fourth of five volumes in this set, which covers New York State's public and private debates about the Constitution and the calling of the state ratifying convention.

Volume XXII is the fourth of five volumes in this set, which covers New York State's public and private debates about the Constitution and the calling of the state ratifying convention. The volumes feature countless newspaper items and letters along with New York Ratification chronologies.

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Jonathan M Reid, Timothy D Moore, Margaret R Flamingo. This is the first of two volumes documenting Maryland’s public and private debates about the Constitution.

Volume XX is the second of five volumes in this set, which covers New York State's public and private debates about the Constitution and the calling of the state ratifying convention. In 1787, after the Volume XX is the second of five volumes in this set, which covers New York State's public and private debates about the Constitution and the calling of the state ratifying convention.

Was to discuss the Constitution. For this the Members come together. Meltine with Zeal and sultry weather. THUS began a poem entitled "Extempore at the Convention in Virginia" (pp. 1628-29), which Gouverneur Morris jotted on the back of a dinner invitation from John Marshall.

However, fourteen of the twenty-one volumes now in print focus on the ratification of the Constitution in specific states.

This landmark work in historical and legal scholarship draws upon thousands of sources to trace the Constitution’s progress through each of the thirteen states’ conventions.

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Ratification Of The Constitution By The States, New York, Number 3. Binding. Charles H. Schoenleber joined the staff in 1987. More by John P. Kaminski.

Commentaries on the Constitution: Public and Private, asix volume set, is an integral but autonomous part of the Ratification series. The documents in this volume present the day-by-day regional and national debates over the Constitution that took place in newspapers, magazines, broadsides, pamphlets, and private letters. This volume continues the almost daily examination of the newly proposed Constitution.  This documentary series is a research tool of remarkable power, an unrivaled reference work for historical and legal scholars, librarians, and students of the Constitution. The volumes are encyclopedic, consisting of manuscript and printed documents-contemporary newspapers, broadsides, and pamphlets-compiled from hundreds  of sources, copiously annotated, thoroughly indexed, and often accompanied  by microfiche supplements. Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Michael Kammen has noted that The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution series "will be of enduring value centuries hence" and described it as "one of the most interesting documentary publications we have ever had."  The American Bar Association Journal has stated, "Each new volume now fills another vital part of the mosaic of national history."
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