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Pennsylvania State House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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Rhode Island state didn't send delegates to the convention


That was the constitutional convention at the Philadelphia state house.


The Constitutional Convention was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the former Pennsylvania State House, which was later renamed Independence Hall.


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.




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