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Kaminski, John P.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Leffler, Richard; Schoenleber, Charles H.; Hogan, Margaret A.; Reid, Jonathan M. (ed.) / Ratification of the Constitution by the states: New York (5)
(2009)

New York chronology, 1777-1790,   pp. xxvii-xxx


Page xxvii

April 20
June
February 6
September 3
September 7
September 26
October 10
November 8-22
March 19
July 21
November 30
March 15
April 18
November 25
March 22
March 31
June 3
August 27
November 18
April 4
April 9
April 14
New York Chronology, 1777-1790
1777
State constitution adopted
George Clinton elected first governor
1778
Legislature adopts Articles of Confederation
1780
Alexander Hamilton calls for national convention
Governor Clinton addresses legislature asking for more
power for Congress
Legislature appoints commissioners to Hartford Convention
Legislature instructs delegates to Congress and Hartford
Convention commissioners to give more power to
Congress
Hartford Convention
1781
Legislature adopts Impost of 1781
1782
Legislature calls for national convention and increased
powers for Congress
Preliminary Peace Treaty signed
1783
Legislature repeals its adoption of Impost of 1781
Congress proposes Impost of 1783
British evacuate New York City
1784
State impost enacted
Legislature refuses to compensate Loyalists for confiscated
estates
Massachusetts petitions Congress claiming ownership of
western New York
Rutgers v. Waddington
Legislature approves state impost
1785
Legislature approves 30 April 1784 grant of temporary
power to Congress to regulate commerce
Legislature adopts amendment to Articles of Confederation
changing method of apportioning expenses of
government
Senate defeats Impost of 1783
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