Alexander Hamilton signed for New York.
New York Actually, Alexander Hamilton, representing the State of New York signed the Constitution. Rhode Island is the state with no representative having signed the Constitution.
Yes, the City of New York was the Capitol of the United States for 5 consecutive years between 1785 and 1790. The Constitution was written and signed in New York and President George Washington was inaugurated in the City as well.
Alexander Hamilton was the New York delegate who signed the US Constitution. Alexander Hamilton was a founding father of the US.
The Articles of Confederatoin were signed in New York City and Maryland.
New York- only HamiltonIt's just not new york that signed it, there are 12 more colonies and there are 36 or 38 people that signed the Constitution of United States of America
New York City in the state of New York.
There is no New York City constitution. Only states have constitutions. However, the city of New York does have some ordinances that apply only to New York City and not to other cities. It makes things pretty confusing for New York City, because state laws apply in New York City, too.
Alexander Hamilton was the only one to sign.
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New York City! New York City!
New York City is a city within the State of New York. There are no states "in" New York City.
New York is a state and New York City is a city in New York State.
when did new york ratify the constitution
New York city is a city in New York state.
John Langdon and Nicholas Gilman signed the US Constitution on behalf of New Hampshire.
Yes, New York City is New York, New York.
New York City new york city it stands 4 New York City the nyc stands for New York City.
New York City. New York City is sometimes called, "The City of Southern New York."
New York City is the largest city in New York State.
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New York City is the largest city within the state of New York. When referring to New York City, people often drop the word "city", calling it New York, New York.