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Who was the last surviving member of the Constitutional Convention of 1787?

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2005-12-28 17:51:32
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James Madison Jr., who passed away in 1836. During the Constitutional Convention Madison, a Virginia representative, took daily notes of the event that were released upon his death. Madison's political career includes Secretary of State (1801-1809) and President of the United States (1809-1817) Extensive information on the delegates of the Convention can be found at: http://teachingamericanhistory.org/convention/delegates/age.html

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