The order in which the original 13 states ratified the 1787 Constitution, then the
order in which the others were admitted to the union. A state of the United States
of America is one of the 50 cons...
States are listed in the order in which they ratified the Constitution. ... Attended
Constitutional Convention, Other Significant Delegates, State Ratifying
Convention, Expected Vote, Final Vote .... Rejected Constitution 184-84 on
August 2, 1788.
The last two states to ratify the U.S. Constitution were North Carolina and Rhode
Island. North Carolina voted to ratify the Constitution in 1789, and Rhode Island ...
For 2 days, September 26 and 27, Congress debated whether to censure the
delegates to the ... Article VII stipulated that nine states had to ratify the
Constitution for it to go into effect. Beyond ... This page was last reviewed on
August 21, 2016.
The last two states to ratify the constitution were North Carolina and Rhode Island
. It was important to get them to ratify because if they hadn't they would have been
The Ratification Process: State by State. ... Antifederalists in the state assembly
tried to block this move by refusing to attend the last two days of the session, ...
Gouverneur Morris wrote the Constitution's final language. ... Two states, Rhode
Island and North Carolina, refused to ratify without a bill of rights. A year later in ...
Feb 1, 2013 ... Today, we continue our story of the United States Constitution. .... The last two
states -- North Carolina and Rhode Island -- did not approve it ...
On August 2, 1788, North Carolina refused to ratify the Constitution without ...
Vermont became the last state to ratify the Constitution on January 10, 1791.
Congress formally submits the Constitution to the states for ratification. ... Most of
them are printed in two New York state newspapers of the period: The ... Rhode
Island becomes the thirteenth and final state to ratify the Constitution, by a vote of