The first capital under the Constitution was New York City (Federal Hall, 1789-1790). The first capital of the Continental Congress was Philadelphia (Carpenters' Hall , 1774), and the first following the Declaration of Independence was the Pennsylvania State House (now Independence Hall, 1778-1783)
I dont believe so. They are both different places located in Philidelphia and both have different significances. I dont believe so. They are both different places located in Philidelphia and both have different significances.
The first Continental Congress, which met from September 5, to October 26, in 1774, met in Carpenter's Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Carpenter's Hall was built as a meeting place for the Carpenters' Company of the City and County of Philadelphia.
Here are three sentences including the word 'carpenters': "Nowadays there are not as many carpenters as there used to be." "Carpenters do a fantastic job, but often don't seem to be well-appreciated." "All of the men in the family were carpenters because it was the family business."