How many years did the second Continental Congress last?
The Second Continental Congress lasted 6 years, from May 1775 to March 1781.
No, In accordance with President Washington's directions, "the books, records, and papers of the late Congress, the Great Seal of the federal union, and the Seal of the admiralty" were delivered over to Roger Alden, deputy secretary of the new Congress, who had been designated by President Washington as custodian for the time being. This marked the last act of the Continental congress.
The Congress met from September 5 to October 26, 1774. From September 5 through October 21, Peyton Randolph presided over the proceedings; Henry Middleton took over as Peesident of the Congress for the last few days, from October 22 to October 26. Charles Thomson, leader of Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence, was selected to be Secretary of the Continental Congress.