Tag: founding documents
Just in time for Constitution Day on September 17, acting Chief of Reference at the National Archives Trevor Plante literally takes viewers inside the National Archives vaults to see some of his favorite rarely-displayed documents including the following: The original text of the “Virginia Plan,” Edmund Randolph’s proposal for a national government that included three [...]
Posted by Rob Crotty on September 15, 2010, under - Constitution.
Tags: american history, Constitution, constitution day, founding documents, george washington, inside the vaults, NARA, national archives, National archives and records administration, notes, odd history, Pieces of History, POH, prologue blog, Prologue magazine, random history, trevor plante, virginia plan, weird US history
While the Constitution may not update it’s own writing too often (the last time was in 1992), it does update its own Facebook page. So why not head on over and see what’s on the Constitution’s mind? The Constitution will be keeping tabs on the 1787 Constitutional Convention up until September 17 on the Notes [...]
Posted by Rob Crotty on August 11, 2010, under - Constitution, News and Events, Social Media Guides.
Tags: bill of rights, charters of freedom, Constitution, declaration of independence, facebook, founding documents, social media