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CARROLL, DANIEL, 1730-1796

MARYLAND Planter; Continental Congress, 1781-83, signer of Articles of Confederation; “Deputy" to Constitutional Convention; Congressman, 1789–91; Commissioner for Dis

trict of Columbia.

BLAIR, JOHN, 1732-1800

VIRGINIA Lawyer; Virginia Legislature, Provincial Convention, and Council; judge of General Court and Chancery of Virginia; “Deputy” to Constitutional Convention; Ratification Convention; Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States

1789-96.

McHenry, by Rosenthal. DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS JENIFER, by Rosenthal. CARROLL, by

Wollaston, courtesy Maryland Historical Society. Blair, by unknown artist.

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SPAIGHT, RICHARD Dobbs, 1758-1802

WILLIAMSON, Hugh, 1735–1819
NORTH CAROLINA

NORTH CAROLINA
Planter; North Carolina Legislature; Con- Merchant, physician; surgeon general of
tinental Congress, 1783–85; “Deputy” to North Carolina militia; North Carolina
Constitutional Convention; Ratification Legislature; Continental Congress, 1782-
Convention; Governor of North Carolina; 85, 1787–88; “Deputy'' to Constitutional
Congressman, 1798-1801; North Carolina Convention; Ratification Convertion; Con-
Senate.

gressman, 1789-93. Madison, copy of Stuart, courtesy Frick Art Reference Library. Blount, by Rosenthal.

SPaight, by Rosenthal. WILLIAMSON, by Rosenthal.

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PINCKNEY, CHARLES, 1757–1824

BUTLER, PIERCE, 1744-1822
SOUTH CAROLINA

South CAROLINA Lawyer; militia service in Revolution; Planter; officer in British Army before the South Carolina Legislature; Continental Revolution; South Carolina Legislature; Congress, 1784-87; “Deputy" to Consti- Continental Congress, 1787; “Deputy” to tutional Convention; Ratification Conven- Constitutional Convention; United States tion; South Carolina Council, Governor,

Senator, 1789–96, 1803-04 and Constitutional Convention; United States Senator, 1799–1801; Minister to

Spain; Congressman, 1819-21. RUTLEDGE, by Trumbull; C. C. PINCKNEY, by Trumbull; both courtesy Gallery of Fine Arts, Yale University. C. PINCKNEY, hy Stuart, courtesy American Scenic and Historic

Preservation Society. Butler, by Rosenthal.

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FEW, WILLIAM, 1748-1828

BALDWIN, ABRAHAM, 1754-1807
GEORGIA

GEORGIA
Lawyer; Georgia Constitutional Conven- Clergyman, lawyer; tutor at Yale; chaplain
tion, Legislature, and Council; militia in Continental Army; Georgia Legislature;
service in Revolution; judge of Georgia author of charter and President of Univer-
County and Circuit Courts; Continental sity of Georgia; Continental Congress,
Congress, 1780–82, 1786–88; “Deputy” to 1785, 1788; “Deputy” to Constitutional
Constitutional Convention; Ratification Convention; Congressman, 1789–99;
Convention; United States Senator, 1789–

United States Senator, 1799–1807. 93; New York Legislature and Prison Inspector; bank director; New York City

Alderman.

Few, by Rosenthal. Baldwin, by Rosenthal.

Ratifications, Admissions, and

Possessions

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THE CONSTITUTION was ratified by popular conventions in the several states, in the following order: Delaware

December 7, 1787; Yeas, 30 (unanimous). Pennsylvania

December 12, 1787; Yeas, 46; Nays, 23. New Jersey

December 18, 1787; Yeas, 38 (unanimous). Georgia

January 2, 1788; Yeas, 26 (unanimous). Connecticut

January 9, 1788; Yeas, 128; Nays, 40. Massachusetts

February 6, 1788; Yeas, 187; Nays, 168. Maryland

April 28, 1788; Yeas, 63; Nays 11. South Carolina.

May 23, 1788; Yeas, 149; Nays, 73. New Hampshire

June 21, 1788; Yeas, 57; Nays, 47. Virginia

June 26, 1788; Yeas, 89; Nays, 79. New York,

July 26, 1788; Yeas, 30; Nays, 27. North Carolina

November 21, 1789; Yeas, 194; Nays, 77.
Rhode Island and Providence
Plantations.---

May 29, 1790; Yeas, 34; Nays, 32.
Later states were admitted as follows:
Vermont.. March 4, 1791. Minnesota May 11, 1858.
Kentucky- June 1, 1792.

Oregon.. February 14, 1859.
Tennessee
June 1, 1796.

Kansas.

January 29, 1861. Ohio. 1803.

West Virginia June 19, 1863. Louisiana April 30, 1812.

Nevada.... October 31, 1864. Indiana

December 11, 1816. Nebraska.. March 1, 1867. Mississippi.---- December 10, 1817. Colorado.. August 1, 1876. Illinois

December 3, 1818. North Dakota November 2, 1889. Alabama

December 14, 1819. South Dakota November 2, 1889. Maine.

March 15, 1820. Montana November 8, 1889. Missouri August 10, 1821. Washington

November 11, 1889. Arkansas June 15, 1836.

Idaho

July 3, 1890.
Michigan. January 26, 1837. Wyoming July 10, 1890.
Florida
March 3, 1845.

Utah.

January 4, 1896. Texas.

December 29, 1845. Oklahoma November 16, 1907. Iowa December 28, 1846. New Mexico

January 6, 1912. Wisconsin May 29, 1848.

Arizona

February 14, 1912. California September 9, 1950.

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