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On September 17, 1787, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention met to sign the United States Constitution and presented it to the American public. Join us in a national commitment by educational institutions across the country to celebrate this day!
Holman's Full Constitution Day Letter
Learn more about the history of Constitution Day and explore
resources for observing September 17th:
Explore information on topics such as the Constitutional Convention,
Amendments, and The Federalist Papers provided by the Department of
Below is a resource site for those who may have an interest in
working for the U.S. government:
Search the Library of Congress for information, including Congress.gov for legislative information.
Read the full text of the U.S. Constitution and other historical
government documents using the links here:
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