Only the 21st Amendment (repealing the 18th) was ratified by conventions in the states.
nine states ratified
12 but 2 were not ratified by the states.
How many were ratified by conventions held in the states?
9 out of 13.
The constitution was ratified on Sept. 17th, 1787 and the 19th amendment [giving women the right to vote] was ratified on August 18th, 1920, nearly 133 years later.
3 states ratified the U.S. Constitution before Georgia. They were Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
A proposed amendment becomes part of the constitution as soon as it is ratified by three-fourths of the states (38 of 50 states).
As far as we got 9 states ratified it.
All 13 states ratified the U.S. Constitution, which was considered in effect after two-thirds of them (9) had done so.All 13 ratified the U.S. Constitution. They only needed 9.9 - apex
Eight states ratified the U.S. Constitution in the year 1788, bringing the total number of states admitted into the Union by the end of 1788 to eleven. See Sources and related links for the names of the states admitted.
About 203 years. It was proposed in 1789 and ratified in 1992.
9 or the 13
1, which was Delaware
Nine States were required. They were ratified by state conventions and not the state legislatures.
11 states ratified the Bill of Rights before it became a part of the Constitution on December 15, 1791. New Jersey was first, and the 11th state was Virginia.
all the states except Rhode Island
47. The states that did not ratify were North Dakota, Georgia, and South Carolina. Slackers.
9 States to ratified to make the Constitution the law.