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Kaminski, John P.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Moore, Timothy D. (Historian); Lannér-Cusin, Johanna E.; Schoenleber, Charles H.; Reid, Jonathan M.; Flamingo, Margaret R.; Fields, David P. (ed.) / Ratification of the Constitution by the states: Maryland (1)
(2015)

General ratification chronology, 1786-1791,   pp. xvii-xix


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25 October
26 October
31 October
1 November
6 November
10 November
12 November
19 November-
7 January 1788
20 November-
15 December
26 November
27 November-
1 December
27 November-
1 December
3-7 December
4-5 December
6 December
7 December
11-20 December
12 December
14 December
18 December
25 December-
5 January 1788
31 December
31 December-
12 February 1788
3-9 January
9 January
9 January-7 February
19 January
1 February
6 February
13-22 February
1 March
3-27 March
24 March
28-29 March
7 April
11-12 April
21-29 April
26 April
29 April-3 May
12-24 May
GENERAL RATIFICATION CHRONOLOGY, 1786-1791
Massachusetts calls state convention.
Georgia calls state convention.
Virginia calls state convention.
New Jersey calls state convention.
Pennsylvania elects delegates to state convention.
Delaware calls state convention.
Connecticut elects delegates to state convention.
Massachusetts elects delegates to state convention.
Pennsylvania Convention.
Delaware elects delegates to state convention.
Maryland calls state convention.
New Jersey elects delegates to state convention.
Delaware Convention.
Georgia elects delegates to state convention.
North Carolina calls state convention.
Delaware Convention ratifies Constitution, 30 to 0.
New Jersey Convention.
Pennsylvania Convention ratifies Constitution, 46 to 23.
New Hampshire calls state convention.
New Jersey Convention ratifies Constitution, 38 to 0.
Georgia Convention.
Georgia Convention ratifies Constitution, 26 to 0.
New Hampshire elects delegates to state convention.
1788
Connecticut Convention.
Connecticut Convention ratifies Constitution, 128 to 40.
Massachusetts Convention.
South Carolina calls state convention.
New York calls state convention.
Massachusetts Convention ratifies Constitution, 187 to 168,
and proposes amendments.
New Hampshire Convention: first session.
Rhode Island calls statewide referendum on Constitution.
Virginia elects delegates to state convention.
Rhode Island referendum: voters reject Constitution,
2,714 to 238.
North Carolina elects delegates to state convention.
Maryland elects delegates to state convention.
South Carolina elects delegates to state convention.
Maryland Convention.
Maryland Convention ratifies Constitution, 63 to 11.
New York elects delegates to state convention.
South Carolina Convention.


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