Objects & Places from The Constitution of the United States: An Introduction

Floyd G. Cullop
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The Constitution of the United States - This document serves as the basis for the structure of the U.S. government from the federal level to the powers bestowed upon the individual states.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - This was the original capital of the 13 colonies and the United States.

England - This is the country from which the United States seceded.

Rhode Island - This is the only state that did not send a delegate to the Philadelphia convention.

Washington, DC - This is the capital of the United States.

House of Representatives - This is the lower half of the bicameral U.S. Congress.

Senate - This is the upper half of the bicameral U.S. Congress.

The Congressional Record - This is the document into which all happenings in Congress are maintained.

Monroe County, Tennessee - This is the home to Floyd G. Cullop.

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