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U.S. Constitution-related Documents

U.S. Constitutional Law & History

  • The American Constitution: A Documentary Record (Avalon Project/Yale Law School)
    Provides chronological links to major documents leading up to the Constitution. Covers 1215 (Magna Carta)-1799. Sections include: Roots of the Constitution, Revolution & Independence, Credentials of the Members of the Federal Convention, The Constitutional Convention, and Ratification & Formation of the Government.
  • Charters of Freedom (National Archives)
    Text, history & images of the Declaration of Independence, Constitution & Bill of Rights.
  • Constitutional Law (Cornell Legal Information Institute)
    Commentary with links to U.S. Constitution, federal opinions, and background documents.
  • Documents from the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention, 1774-1789 (American Memory/Library of Congress)
    Digital collection of 274 documents chronicling the founding of our nation, the Revolutionary War & the drafting and ratification of the Constitution. Documents include the Articles of Confederation, treaties, proclamations, debates, convention records, and early versions of the United States Constitution & Declaration of Independence. Search the collection by keyword or browse through the subject index. Text & document images may be viewed. 
  • The Founders' Constitution (P.B. Kurland & R.Lerner)
    Compilation of 17th and 18th century documents which influenced or were authored by the writers of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights and amendments.
  • History of the Constitution (Findlaw)
    Brief overview

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