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Kaminski, John P.; Schoenleber, Charles H.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Leffler, Richard; Reid, Jonathan M.; Flamingo, Margaret R.; Lannér-Cusin, Johanna E.; Fields, David P.; Conley, Patrick T.; Moore, Timothy D. (ed.) / Ratification of the Constitution by the states: Rhode Island (3)
26 (2013)

General ratification chronology, 1786-1791,   pp. xxi-xxiii

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23 May
2-27 June
17 June-26 July
18-21 June
21 June
25 June
27 June
2 July
21 July-4 August
26 July
26 July
2 August
13 September
20 November
30 November
4 March
1 April
6 April
30 April
8 June
21-22 August
25 September
16-23 November
21 November
17 January
8 February
1-6 March
24-29 May
29 May
15 December
South Carolina Convention ratifies Constitution, 149 to 73,
and proposes amendments.
Virginia Convention.
New York Convention.
New Hampshire Convention: second session.
New Hampshire Convention ratifies Constitution, 57 to 47,
and proposes amendments.
Virginia Convention ratifies Constitution, 89 to 79.
Virginia Convention proposes amendments.
New Hampshire ratification read in Congress; Congress
appoints committee to put the Constitution into
First North Carolina Convention.
New York Convention Circular Letter calls for second
constitutional convention.
New York Convention ratifies Constitution, 30 to 27, and
proposes amendments.
North Carolina Convention proposes amendments and
refuses to ratify until amendments are submitted to
Congress and to a second constitutional convention.
Congress sets dates for election of President and meeting of
new government under the Constitution.
Virginia requests Congress under the Constitution to call a
second constitutional convention.
North Carolina calls second state convention.
First Federal Congress convenes.
House of Representatives attains quorum.
Senate attains quorum.
George Washington inaugurated first President.
James Madison proposes Bill of Rights in Congress.
North Carolina elects delegates to second state convention.
Congress adopts twelve amendments to Constitution to be
submitted to the states.
Second North Carolina Convention.
Second North Carolina Convention ratifies Constitution,
194 to 77, and proposes amendments.
Rhode Island calls state convention.
Rhode Island elects delegates to state convention.
Rhode Island Convention: first session.
Rhode Island Convention: second session.
Rhode Island Convention ratifies Constitution, 34 to 32, and
proposes amendments.
Bill of Rights adopted.

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