The 55 delegates that attended the Constitutional Convention were a distinguished body of people who representedÊa broad spectrum of American leadership. ÊCharacteristics not shared by the delegates of the Constitutional Convention is that they were not female, they were not uneducated, andÊthey were not unemployed.Ê
The number of delegates who never attended the constitutional convention?
Most American leaders attended the Constitutional convention in 1787. Some of the most well-known leaders attending were; Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington.
There were 55 men who attended the constitutional convention. James Madison took all the notes for the convention. Franklin was there so was Adams, Jay, Jefferson, and many others.
Benjamin Franklin was the diplomat, writer, inventor, and scientist who attended the Constitutional Convention.
George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, around this time George Washington was President and Thomas Jefferson was gonna be the second President.
All of the original 13 states attended the Constitutional Convention except Rhode Island.
no, the people who attended the constitutional convention were the aristocratic elite of the American population.
He was 36 when the convention took place.
No. The original states appointed 70 individuals to the Constitutional Convention, but only 55 delegates attended the Constitutional Convention sessions.
a total of 55 delegates attended the constituional convention. rhode island didnt send a delegate
I'm not sure how many participated but 55 men attended to the Constitutional Convention.
34 of the 55 that attended were lawyers.
Of the originally appointed 70, only 55 delegates from 12 of the 13 original states attended the historical Constitutional Convention. Rhode Island did not send any delegates.
Benjamin Franklin is the famous polymath who attended the Constitutional Convention. Franklin served many roles during his life including that of a diplomat and an inventor.
Benjamin Franklin and George Washington, others like John Adams and Thomas Jefferson had duties in Europe at the time.
Delegates like George Washington, James Madison, and Benjamin Franklin attended the Constitutional Convention. Thomas Jefferson and John Adams couldn't attend, and Patrick Henry refused to attend.