Which was last of the thirteen colonies to ratify the Constitution?
Rhode Island was the last one to ratify the constitution
Rhode Island is a state in New England region of United States of America. It is the smallest state of USA. It was one of the thirteen colonies that announced independence from Britain. It was the last state to ratify US constitution only after it was assured of inclusion of Bill of Rights in constitution.
How many states had to ratify the constitution before it could be a law and who was the last state to ratify?
Which region-New England the middle Atlantic states or the South-had only one state ratify after January of 1778?
Only nine of the thirteen states had to vote to ratify or approve the United States Constitution. All thirteen states ultimately ratified the document that replaced the Articles of Confederation. On June 21, 1788 New Hampshire was the ninth state to ratify the Constitution and by May 20, 1790 with Rhode Island being the last state, all thirteen states approved ratification.