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THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION BICENTENNIAL COVERS COLLECTION 90covers - $25 (somerville somerset co.)

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( 90 covers ) Including: 1. Franklin Recceives Delegates in Philadelphia 2. Constitutional Convention Convenes 3. Washington President of Convention 4. James Madison is Chosen Floor Leader 5. George Wythe Reads the Report of Rules 6. The Virginia Plan is Proposed 7. Pinckney Lays Groundwork for States Rights 8. Committee of the Whole House is Formed 9. Wilson Argues for Chief Executive 10. Benjamin Franklin Denounces Payment for Chief Executive 11. John Dickinson Argues for Single Executive 12. Wilson Defends The Virginia Plan 13. The New Jersey Plan is Proposed 14. Hamilton Proposes British System for America 15. Convection Endorsees Virginia Plan 16. Committee of Details Presents Draft of the Constitution 17. Convention Approves Constitution Preamble 18. Convention Denies Rumors of a King 19. Gouverneur Morris Proposes Presidential Advisors 20. Convention Adopts Court System 21. Sherman Proposes Gold and Silver Legal Tender 22. Convention Adopts Terms of Presidency 23. Committee of Style is Formed 24. Procedure Approved for Amending Constitution 25. George Mason Outlines Objections of Dissenters 26. Convention Rejects Bill of Rights 27. Delegate Elbridge Gerry Withdraws Support 28. Convention Orders Printing of Constitution 29. The Constitution is Signed 30. Richard Henry Lee Argues Against Ratification 31. First Cato Essay Published 32. Congress Requires States’ Ratification 33. First Caesar Essay Published 34. Wilson Defends Constitution in Philadelphia 35. Webster Issues Defense of Constitution 36. Alexander Hamilton Publishes First Federalist Essay 37. John Jay Begins Federalist Campaign 38. Symmes Attacks Powers of Taxation 39. Sherman Publishes First “A Countryman” Essay 40. Massachusetts Ratifies the Constitution 41. James Madison Joins Federalist Movement 42. Rhode Island Rejects Constitution 43. Deleware Ratifies the Constitution 44. Maryland Ratifies the Constitution 45. Pennsylvania Ratifies the Constitution 46. South Carolina Ratifies the Constitution 47. New Jersey Ratifies the Constitution 48. Massachusetts Ratification Convention Convenes 49. Georgia Ratifies the Constitution 50. Connecticut Ratifies the Constitution 51. Virginia Ratification Convention Convenes 52. Patrick Henry Argues Against Ratification 53. Pendleton Moves Virginia Toward Ratification 54. New York Ratification Convention Convenes 55. New Hampshire Ratifies Constitution 56. Wythe Urges Virginia to Ratify Constitution 57. Virginia Ratifies the Constitution 58. Virginia Proposes Thirty Amendments 59. Congress Constitution in Effect 60. New York Ratifies the Constitution 61. North Carolina Issues a Cry for Bill of Rights 62. New York Declared New U.S Capital 63. States Select First Electors 64. First Session of House of Representatives 65. First Presidential Electoral Vote Is Held 66. First Congress Under Constitution Convenes 67. John Adams Inaugurated as First Vice-President 68. Washington Learns of His Election 69. First Session of Senate 70. Washington Inaugurated as First President 71. Department of Foreign Affairs is Created 72. Hamilton Appointed First Secretary of Treasury 73. Knox Appointed First Secretary of War 74. Congress Proposes Bill of Rights 75. New Jersey Ratifies Bill of Rights 76. North Carolina Ratifies Bill of Rights 77. Maryland Ratifies Bill of Rights 78. North Carolina Ratifies the Constitution 79. Delaware Ratifies the Constitution 80. New Hampshire Ratifies Bill of Rights 81. South Carolina Ratifies Bill of Rights 82. Pennsylvania Ratifies Bill of Rights 83. First U.S. Census Authorized 84. New York Ratifies Bill of Rights 85. First Supreme Court Session 86. Jefferson Becomes First Secretary of State 87. First U.S. Patent Law Enacted 88. Rhode Island Ratifies the Constitution 89. Rhode Island Ratifies Bill of Rights 90. Congress Designated Permanent Capital.

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