Who was the first person to sign the US Constitution?
George Washington, who was President of the Convention. George Washington representing Virginia was the first to sign. ...
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Who was the last person to sign the US Constitution?
The last person to sign the Constitution is Abraham Baldwin.
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Who was the first person to sign the US Declaration of Independence?
John Hancock was the first to sign. He intentionally signed the document in large letters 'so the king won't have to put on his glasses to read my signature'. ...
Who was the third person to sign the US Constitution?
the third person was Gunning Bedford, Jr.
Asked in Internet
How can a customer sign up for internet banking with US Bank?
To sign up for internet banking at US Bank a person must first have an account with the bank and then all they have to is enroll in the service. This will give them access to their account through the internet. ...
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How many first person shooter games are there in the US?
There are a lot of first person shooter games in the US.
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, US Constitution
What relationship is established in the US Constitution between the people and the US Government?
"We the people of the United States... do ordain and establish this Contitution for the United States of America." The people create the government. ...
Which colony was first to sign the US Constitution?
Answer The answer is New Hampshire
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How old was the youngest person to sign the US Constitution?
James Madison----from nd
Is the word they first person second person or third person point of view?
First person is I or me or us; Second person is you; Third person is him or her or them or they. ...
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Is the word us first second or third person?
The pronoun "us" is the first person, plural, objective, the ones speaking. The corresponding first person, plural, subjective pronoun is "we". The first person, singular, subjective is "I"; the first person, singular, objective is "me." The second person is "you" for both singular and plural, subjective and objective. The third person is "he," "she," "it," or "they" subjective; "him," "her," "it," or "them" objective. ...