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James Madison was creator of much of the constitution and the Signers were:

The Signers of the U. S. Constitution New Hampshire John Langdon Nicholas Gilman

Massachusetts Rufus King Nathaniel Gorham

Connecticut Roger Sherman William Samuel Johnson

New York Alexander Hamilton

New Jersey William Livingston David Brearley William Paterson Jonathan Dayton Pennsylvania Benjamin Franklin Thomas Mifflin Robert Morris George Clymer Thomas FitzSimons Jared Ingersoll Gouverneur Morris James Wilson

Delaware George Read Gunning Bedford, Jr. John Dickinson Richard Bassett Jacob Broom

Maryland James McHenry Daniel Carroll Dan of St. Thomas Jenifer Virginia John Blair James Madison, Jr.

North Carolina William Blount Richard Dobbs Spaight Hugh Williamson

South Carolina John Rutledge Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Charles Pinckney Pierce Butler

Georgia William Few Abraham Baldwin

The delegates of the Second Continental Congress.

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A man named Governor Morris of Pennsylvania was in charge of the committee to draft the final copy of the Constitution. Other men who had much to do with writing the Constitution included John Dickinson, Governor Morris, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Thomas Paine, Edmund Randolph, James Madison, Roger Sherman, James Wilson, and George Wythe. Morris was given the task of putting all the convention's resolutions and decisions into polished form. Morris actually "wrote" the Constitution. The original copy of the document is preserved in the National Archives Building in Washington, D.C.

Jacob Shallus who, at the time, was assistant clerk of the Pennsylvania State Assembly, and whose office was in the same building in which the Convention was held, was given the task of engrossing the Constitution prior to its being signed.

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  • The U.S. Constitution is the work of several men, directly and indirectly. The three most notable persons whose work influenced the Constitution but who were not involved in its writing are Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and Thomas Paine. The group of men involved in the writing of the Constitution are generally referred to as the "framers".
  • No single individual wrote it. Twelve of the thirteen states sent delegates to the Constitutional Convention to revise the Articles of Confederation and the entire convention worked on it. After the political questions were hashed out a 'committee of style' was formed to put the ideas into formal words. It is generally accepted that Governor Morris created most of the actual wording included in the final draft from the Committee of Style.
  • The original copy of the document is preserved in the National Archives Building in Washington, D.C.
  • The person most associated with authoring the US Constitution was James Madison, the fourth President of the United States. Primary Author: James Madison (drafted the Virginia Plan). He is known as "The Father of the Constitution." James Madison wrote the Constitution in 1787. The constitution wasn't passed until 1788.

The US Constitution was written by the members of the Constitutional Convention.
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Gouverneur Morris of Pennsylvania was put in charge of the committee to draft the final copy of the Constitution. Other men who had much to do with writing the new Constitution included John Dickinson, Edmund Randolph, Roger Sherman, James Wilson, and George Wythe. Morris was given the task of putting all the convention's resolutions and decisions into polished form. Morris actually "wrote" the Constitution. The original copy of the document is preserved in the National Archives Building in Washington, D.C. Jacob Shallus who, at the time, was assistant clerk of the Pennsylvania State Assembly, was given the job of penman of the Constitution. After the Constitution's text was agreed upon, he engrossed it prior to the signing.

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Gouverneur Morris of Pennsylvania was in charge of the committee to draft the final copy of the Constitution. Some others who worked on it were John Dickinson, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Thomas Paine, Edmund Randolph, James Madison, Roger Sherman, James Wilson, and George Wythe.
September 17, 1787, the members of the Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution on in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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No one invented the US Constitution. The 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention in 1787, representing 12 of the 13 states, wrote the Constitution and submitted it to the states for adoption.

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Thomas Jefferson,John Adams and Benjamin Franklin

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rory, he was great lol, hes a boy with a big heart with blonde hair and blue eyes. he loves boogie boarding

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Jacob Shallus And for about $30!

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the founders

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