Events from the year 1791 in the United States. Contents. [hide]. 1 Incumbents.
1.1 Federal Government; 1.2 Governors; 1.3 Lieutenant Governors. 2 Events.
The most significant historical event in 1791 was the ratification of the Bill of ... to
all citizens of the United States, and to protect freedoms of religion, assembly, ...
April 27, 1791 - Samuel Morse, United State inventor, is born. He would later
develop the Morse code for use in the first electric telegraph in the United States.
The New United States of America Adopted the Bill of Rights December 15, 1791.
Do you know your Bill of Rights? It is the first 10 amendments to the U.S. ...
Aug 9, 2016 ... Washington, DC, is established as the capital of the United States, in 1791. The
U.S. Post Office Department is established on February 20, ...
1791 An American brigantine, Lady Washington, is the first American ship to ... In
the United States, Thomas Jefferson supports France, Alexander Hamilton ...
MAKING THE REVOLUTION presents an expansive collection of primary sources
to enhance classroom study of the American Revolutionary period from 1763 ...
What Happened in 1791. ... Vermont is the 14th State Admitted to the Union.
Vermont ... Congress of the United States begun and held at the City of New-York
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA December 15, 1791 - A bill of rights to the ...
these 10 amendments to the constitution ensure citizens of the United States ...
Why did it take 14 years before Vermont became part of the United States? ...
That was a lot of money in 1791, but Vermont wanted to join the United States.