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U.S. Senate Journal of the first session of the Senate of the United States...

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC00172 Author/Creator: U.S. Senate Place Written: New York Type: Book Date: 1789 Pagination: 172 p. 32 x 21 cm

Summary of Content: The official printing of the journal of the first Senate, containing the first official printing of the Bill of Rights pp. 103-106. A wide-margined copy with slight browning of the leaves. Evans 22207, Grolier American Hundred 20.


Historical Era: The New Nation, 1783-1815

Subjects: US ConstitutionUS Constitutional AmendmentCongressCivil RightsBill of RightsLawGovernment and Civics

Sub Era: The Early Republic

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