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Which state did not attend the Philadelphia convention in 1787?


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2014-05-28 13:48:38
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Rhode Island did not send anyone to the 1787 Philadelphia convention to represent their state.

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Rhode Island did not attend the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787. They feared the idea of a strong federal government.

There were 55 delegates that were suppose to attend the Constitutional Convention. This convention was held in 1787 in Philadelphia.

Yes, he did he was a delegate from Connecticut

Rhode Island did not send delegates to Philadelphia for the convention.

Rhode Island was the only state out of 13 that did not attend the Constitutional Convention. The year was 1787, not 1781.

The Philadelphia Convention if 1787 was called because congress wanted to solve the problem of how to govern the new nation. Congress called for a convention to be held in Philadelphia in 1787 in order to revise the Articles of Confederation. This was known as the Constitutional Convention, Philadelphia Convention, Federal Convention, or Grand Convention at Philadelphia. It took place from May 25 to September 17, 1787, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The 1787 Constitutional Convention was originally called the Philadelphia Convention.

Rhode Island did not send delegates to the convention.

Philadelphia was a popular meeting place in 1787. It was a central location, which is why the Constitutional Convention was held there.

You mean the Philadelphia (Constitutional) Convention? - If so, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Great Compromise of 1787 took place at Philadelphia. The representative and the senators boarded a plane to Philadelphia to attend the Constitutional Convention.

The Constitutional Convention met in Philadelphia.

Rhode Island was absent from the Constitutional Convention of 1787

George WashingtonGeorge Washington was elected to preside over the Constitutional Convention (aka Philadelphia Convention) in 1787.

In Philadelphia from May 25th 1787 to September 17, 1787

The Grand Convention was another name for the Constitutional Convention, also referred to by many as the Philadelphia Convention. It took place in Philadelphia starting May 25, 1787 and ended on September 17, 1787.

The Constitutional Convention, also known as the Philadelphia Convention, took place at the Pennsylvania State House, which is now known as Independence Hall. The convention began on May 25, 1787, and ended on September 17.

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