39 delegates signed the Constitution.
39 delegates have signed the constitution
39 delegates signed the constitution
39 delegates signed the constitution. 55 delegates were at the convention, but only 39 signed it.
The delegates had signed the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787.
The Constitution was signed on February 21, 1787, by thirty-nine of the fifty-five delegates present.
The delegates signed the new constitution on September 1787
39 delegates signed the US Constitution.
The delegates signed the final Constitution on September 17th, 1787.
About 70 or 70.9 percent of the delegates signed the consitution,39 delegates out of 55 signed.
Thirty-nine delegates actually signed the Constitution. There were 55 delegates at the convention, but only 39 people actually showed up and signed.
The delegates at the Constitutional Convention were responsible for drafting the US Constitution. There were 55 delegates but only 39 signed the Constitution.
The Delegates signed the constitution on September 17, 1787.
Yes, he was the last person to sign the Constitution. There were 39 delegates that signed the Constitution before him.
No women signed the Constitution. There were not even women delegates to the Constitutional Convention.
55 signed the constitution.
Forty-two delegates or ask the question"Who signed the Constitution?"
39 delegates signed the Constitution, or 71% of the 55 delegates who attended the convention. Most of those who did not sign had left the convention early -- some for personal reasons, and some out of protest.
The answer to this question is none. There was no state of Texas during the time of the constitution being signed.
William Few and Abraham Baldwin signed the US Constitution as delegates from Georgia.
Delegates to the Constitutional Convention, held in Philadelphia in 1787, signed the Constitution of the United States. Each state sent delegates to the convention. Not all the delegates signed the Constitution as it was finally approved. Some delegates, like George Mason, refused to sign the document because they felt it was not democratic enough. This site will have a listing of all the delegates by state, and a short biography of each. http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/marryff.html MrV