How was the Philadelphia Convention organized?
Congress called for the convention, pressured by several states, to deal with the problems the country was facing due to the Articles of Confederation. The states then sent delegates to the convention in Philadelphia for the purpose of creating a better constitution for the country.
The Philadelphia Convention if 1787 was called because congress wanted to solve the problem of how to govern the new nation. Congress called for a convention to be held in Philadelphia in 1787 in order to revise the Articles of Confederation. This was known as the Constitutional Convention, Philadelphia Convention, Federal Convention, or Grand Convention at Philadelphia. It took place from May 25 to September 17, 1787, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
At the Constitutional Convention (aka the Philadelphia Convention or Convention of 1787), the United States Constitution was written and signed. The Constitutional Convention was also known as the Philadelphia Convention, or the Convention of 1787. This was the convention at which the Constitution of the United States was signed.
The Constitutional Converntion took place in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Constitutional Convention (also known as the Federal Convention, the Philadelphia Convention, the First Constitutional Convention, and the Constitutional Convention of 1787) was held in the Pennsylvania State House in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. This building is now known as Independence Hall.
I assume you mean the Philadelphia Convention. This was an assembly of leaders that took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1787. The convention was held to discuss the difficulties of operating under the Articles of Confederation. These discussions led to the drafting of the U.S. Constitution. To put it simply, the Philadelphia Convention is where the Constitution was drafted.